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Clare Colley 11:30 PM The success of the National Multicultural Festival proves Canberrans do want to go out in Civic and could be used as a model to help bring more life to the city centre, Multicultural Affairs Minister Yvette Berry says.
Clare Colley 11:30 PM A lobbyist working for the Canberra Greyhound Racing Club has denied trying to ambush the RSPCA into meeting with representatives from the embattled sports body after calls for a ban in the ACT.
Noel Towell 11:30 PM Customs official says she "feared reprisals" if she didn't click the "agree" button.
6:22 PM The AIS came alive with hundreds of Canberra children swimming, cycling and running at the weekend.
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Fluffy owners still in their asbestos-contaminated houses are losing money by the day.
Christopher Knaus 12:00 AM 'The more he became committed to the treatment, the more deluded he became about what he was trying to accomplish.'
Noel Towell 12:00 AM They said 1.5 per cent a year was all public servants would get. But that wasn't quite true.
Tom McIlroy 12:00 AM A new independent authority to oversee legal reporting requirements for child abuse could be established in the ACT.
Tom McIlroy 12:00 AM The ACT government won't pay compensation to the losing consortium bidding to build the city to Gungahlin light rail line.
3:23 PM Responsibility for ACT election comment is taken by The Canberra Times editor Grant Newton, of 9 Pirie Street, Fyshwick.
Georgina Connery The first of the new-look Australian coins will be in people's pockets on Monday.
Georgina Connery It had everything from bagpipes to belly dancers and despite top temperatures reaching 32 degrees Canberrans came out in force on Saturday to enjoy costume, cuisine and customs from all over the world.
Matthew Raggatt A Macgregor man who allegedly stabbed an unknown man more than 10 times and told police he feared he would be murdered has been refused bail.
Richard Begbie George and Iris Barlin will celebrate their joint 100th birthdays at a celebration on Valentine's Day.
Matthew Raggatt A woman who allegedly called triple-zero about 20 times this month requesting an ambulance despite no physical symptoms has been charged with causing public mischief.
Diverse Canberrans are urging others to get behind The ACT Human Rights Commission's online campaign, Diversity goes with our Territory, and spread messages of inclusion, acceptance and multiculturalism.
Clare Sibthorpe Three hundred beads represent the medical incidents Charlie has endured in his three-month-life, including open heart surgery.
The fire in Fisher caused significant damage to the unit, including the roof collapsing.
Tom McIlroy Canberra's new direct international flights will unlock freight opportunities for the Canberra region.
Clare Colley Almost 49 years since its antenna beamed the first TV images of the moon landing, and 24 years after the site was levelled, the Honeysuckle Creek tracking station has been added to the ACT's heritage register.
Katie Burgess How a group of Canberra scientists helped to prove Einstein wrong.
Henry Belot The multicultural festival kicks off for another year in Canberra.
Matthew Raggatt Canberra drug rehabilitation provider Directions has been granted $1.4 million to help address the growing ice problem in Goulburn.
Stephen Jeffery The territory government says it will watch Victoria's push to crack down on 'gay conversion therapy', but believes the practice is prevented in existing human rights and health laws.
Katie Burgess Canberrans lost more than half a million dollars to love scammers last year,the Australian consumer watchdog has revealed.
Matthew Raggatt The repair bill for the Acton tunnel crash which blocked traffic for two days in October has been revealed as $1.2 million, or an average of $15,000 for each tile damaged.
Meghan Corcoran From Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull depicted as the statue David with a naked Queen Elizabeth II clinging to his leg, to Bronwyn Bishop catching a bus, this year's Bald Archy's Prize has again delivered what audiences have come to expect.
Clare Colley The rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the ACT is on track with complaints slowing down.
Megan Doherty Sunday will see the 50th anniversary of the introduction of decimal currency to Australia.
Meghan Corcoran Five decades ago, Australians braced for a significant change in the way they used money as the country shifted from pounds, shillings and pence to dollars and cents.
Henry Belot and Kimberley Le Lievre Queanbeyan residents spend Friday morning cleaning up after a severe hail storm.