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Markus Mannheim 7:58 PM The specialists are concerned about what they say is a lack of pay security.
John Thistleton 6:19 PM A Canberra grandmother and grandson visited the Monkey Temple in Kathmandu Valley just before it was reduced to rubble in the earthquake.
1:19 PM Police are searching for two men who allegedly robbed a Kaleen liquor store armed with kitchen knives on Friday night.
11:53 AM A pedestrian was knocked unconscious and suffered multiple leg injuries when he was hit by a car on Northbourne Avenue at Dickson.
12:11 AM About 300 people were evacuated from Uni Lodge in Civic after a fire in a student accommodation complex on Saturday night.
Matthew Raggatt Large crowds have lined the Australian War Memorial grounds ahead of the national ceremony and veterans' marches.
Georgina Connery It's that time again when the arrival of one precious British bub has the world going gaga.
Matthew Raggatt 11:30 PM Parents of a student with autism say the care program has normalised school life for him.
ACT police closed Mugga Lane on Anzac Day after receiving reports about a suspicious package which was later discovered to be a novelty clock.
Georgina Connery Thousands gathered along Monaro Street for the Anzac Day Centenary march and ceremony in Queanbeyan.
Ben Westcott Commuters were left stranded for more than an hour at bus exchanges around Canberra on Anzac Day, as demand for services overwhelmed the system.
Mark Sawa A program to raise tens-of-millions of dollars from selling Commonwealth property assets is underway with more than 300 hectares of land surrounding Canberra proposed for divestment.
Ben Westcott More than 100,000 people stood in silence at Anzac Parade in the dark, for the Canberra Dawn Service.
Kimberley Granger 8:30 PM Singles looking for love in Canberra are invited to a tree planting event hosted by Landcare.
Monday is not a public holiday in the ACT but it has created some confusion about what's on and what's open, with some public servants getting the day off.
Emma Kelly Canberra's Daniela D'Addario has been described as a beautiful woman allegedly taken too soon by a man leading a double-life with a family overseas.
Noel Towell You won't clip our wings, Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment Bob Baldwin warns restless forecasters.
Ben Westcott 11:30 PM The fire burnt an extra 160 hectares after it broke containment lines earlier this month.
Talia Liolios The magnitude of this year's Anzac Day commemorations is not lost on Canberran and Australian Army trooper David James Nicolson.
Police are searching for a man believed to have stolen a number of vehicles in the ACT and surrounding towns.
Joseph Walker A small group of Indigenous Australians will march in Canberra on Saturday to remember the Indigenous people killed during the undeclared Frontier Wars.
Kimberley Granger and Talia Liolios A group of 23 volunteers said goodbye to their families on Friday when they left as part of a second task force sent to Sydney to clean up the aftermath of the city's wild weather.
Megan Gorrey Justice Rachel Pepper, of the NSW Land and Environment Court, was as the first judge to take part in the judge-in-residence program at ANU.