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Kirsten Lawson 3:33 PM A $160 million public housing rebuild is a centrepiece of an ACT budget that also hits Canberrans with hikes in fees and charges, including the introduction of after-hours parking fees in the city and surrounds.
3:31 PM City store theft the latest in a spate of robberies across Canberra in less than three weeks.
3:23 PM Police have found a loaded gun inside a stolen car in Tuggeranong on Monday.
Emma Macdonald and Meredith Clisby 3:15 PM Andrew Barr is styling himself as the "Mayor of Canberra" unveiling an infrastructure spend firmly focussed on public housing and urban renewal in the suburbs.
Tom McIlroy 3:00 PM How fees and charges in the ACT will increase.
Tom McIlroy 3:00 PM The Barr government has signalled for the first time it intends to make a $375 million capital contribution for the light rail line to Gungahlin.
David Ellery 11:14 AM The world won't end if or when Australia adopts same-sex marriage but it will change, and people need to be careful what they wish for, Catholic Archbishop Christopher Prowse believes.
10:50 AM A mattress was the source of black smoke coming from an Ainslie flat Tuesday morning.
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Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Rates remains one of the few unknowns in today's budget figures.
8:48 PM Three men armed with a baseball bat and a machete robbed a Canberra rugby club over the weekend.
Tom McIlroy 12:00 AM Tuesday's ACT budget will include new funding for anti-domestic violence measures, including a boost to crisis services and education strategies in the territory.
Amelia Mills 11:30 PM Sara Poguet only opened the restaurant in January last year but is already making a name for herself. Despite confusion about who runs the place.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM Amusing but sincerely-felt chants of "New rink! New rink! New rink!" rang out from me and my fellow bogans at the Phillip Ice Skating Centre on Saturday night.
Henry Belot 11:30 PM Three year 10 students at Canberra Boys Grammar School have won scholarships to attend Apple's prestigious Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco next week.
Noel Towell 11:30 PM Revealed: the numbers behind the APS productivity drive.
Emma Kelly 4:48 PM Snow bunnies should dust off the skis and boards earlier rather than later this year, with better snowfall expected in the first half of the season before a warmer winter threatens to dry up later falls.