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Fluffy dual occupancy passes Assembly, freeing the way for the government to begin auctioning the first 50 blocks
Kirsten Lawson 6:07 PM Fluffy dual occupancy passes Assembly, freeing the way for the government to begin auctioning the first 50 blocks
Henry Belot 5:53 PM A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for the ACT
Alexandra Back 5:35 PM University of Canberra researchers hope to develop a new treatment aimed at preventing the spread of cancer within the body with the launch of a new company.
Chris Dutton 5:10 PM New ACT Sport and Recreation minister Yvette Berry will engage Canberra's grass-root organisations to determine the future of the Hall of Fame and sport star of the year awards.
Kirsten Lawson 4:54 PM Winning bidder has five years to develop inner-city site
4:53 PM More than 16,000 homes in the ACT have rooftop solar systems, new figures from the Clean Energy Regulator show.
Clare Colley 4:53 PM Canberra already has more than its fair share of buzzing hotels, but the latest offering is for much smaller guests – bees.
Megan Doherty 4:41 PM A cup of coffee? That'll be four dingoes thanks. A carton of milk? Two merinos please. Our decimal currency could have been very different to the dollars and cents we have now.
1:32 PM Hundreds of school students have been evacuated across the wider Canberra region after another wave of threatening phone calls.
Jil Hogan 1:05 PM All weekend
Christopher Knaus 12:14 PM Ongoing mental health concerns over man who allegedly freed dog from RSPCA, attacked police and inspector.
9:36 AM The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
9:34 PM What's on in Canberra's art scene
Emma Kelly 8:33 PM The developer behind Canberra's Campbell 5 precinct has bought the sites of the run-down Currong and Allawah flats in central Canberra for $47 million at auction.
Kirsten Lawson 8:28 PM The ACT government has rejected a call from the Liberals to cut ties with the CFMEU after the royal commission findings of bullying and intimidation on worksites around the country.
Katie Burgess 8:27 PM Canberra's only reading for print handicapped radio station will lose a quarter of its funding in July due to disability funding changes.
Henry Belot 8:12 PM It's been 50 years since the National Folk Festival was first held in Canberra and organisers and artists have a few special treats in store.
Clare Colley 7:49 PM Hundreds of species of native tropical plants will soon have a chance to thrive in the cool climate of Canberra.
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM A group of foster carers and families from around Canberra will protest changes to the ACT foster care system on Thursday.
Henry Belot 6:27 PM A 3.2 magnitude earthquake was recorded to the north west of Canberra on Wednesday afternoon.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM If you love this city and love your privileged First World life here it is tempting to think it is a city that has everything (save for light rail, but even that boon will be with us soon).
A 23-year-old man will face court after allegedly driving at 240km/h in a BWM M5 sedan.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM Dislike of Americans was part of the suite of strong prejudices of Melbourne Punch columnist "Clio" and 100 years ago this week she was showing that (completely understandable) prejudice yet again.
Phillip Thomson Treasury secretary outlines plans to attract deputy secretaries and other top staff by making Sydney and Melbourne an option.
Baby et Lulu are two Aussie musicians who've brought their French ambitions to life.
Christopher Knaus Former Eastman prosecutor strongly denies "playing games" with jury over now discredited forensics.
The moment thieves smashed their way into a bar and loaded a trolley with stolen liquor has been captured on CCTV.
Catriona Jackson Restaurant review: The boys at Morks are still turning out high quality, exciting modern Thai food.
The ACT government has closed a loophole which may have allowed some drink drivers to evade prosecution.
An inmate was flown to Royal North Shore Hospital after he was stabbed and scalded at Goulburn Correctional Centre on Tuesday afternoon.
The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
A car fire inside a Hawker unit complex led to the evacuation of around 40 residents on Tuesday night.
Christopher Knaus Michael Adams, now a NSW Supreme Court judge, says his team understood they had to give Eastman all relevant information before trial.