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6:02 PM A 10 hectare fire burning south of Bredbo has been downgraded as crews gain control over its spread.
Ian Warden 6:00 PM The architecture and design firm Choi+Shine has submitted designs for giant, human-shaped pylons for the Icelandic High-Voltage Electrical Pylon International Design Competition.
Alexandra Back 5:20 PM 11-year-old William Grame's invention to help diabetics more easily dispose of blood testing strips has won him a trip to NASA.
1:35 PM Two cars have collided on Commonwealth Avenue, near the traffic light crossing for Floriade.
Noel Towell 12:15 AM But there are a couple of catches.
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Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM Canberra's typical domestic violence victim is a woman aged between 20 and 34, who is physically assaulted by her intimate partner at home with his bare hands, fresh data has revealed.
Alexandra Back A 38-year-old woman is in a stable condition in hospital after a four-car crash on Lathlain Street in Belconnen.
Christopher Knaus 11:30 PM Governments allegedly did nothing to protect foster child, despite having information suggesting carer was paedophile.
Katie Burgess 11:30 PM For the next month, four different iconic IKEA products will be hidden around Canberra each week, with only a cryptic clue to help discerning IKEA tragics track them down.
Henry Belot 11:30 PM The opposition claims the government's approach to drugs at the Alexander Maconochie Centre are not working.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM Progressive New Zealand always has so much to teach us. Its current quest for a new national flag that dispenses with the moribund Union Jack is a case in point.
David Ellery Union-brokered "major projects" pay rates cost taxpayers, investors, billions of dollars a year.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM The boutique readership of Melbourne's pacifist, feminist Woman Voter couldn't possibly have included the great British commentator and science fiction writer H.G.Wells
Alanna Maclean The emotional and political life of a peace activist is scripted and performed with feeling and understanding.
Christopher Knaus Canberra man allegedly kicked partner while she was recovering in bed from a spider bite.
Firefighters extinguished a mulch fire at the Parkwood Road Recycling Estate.
Man charged with assault after he was arrested by a member of the public near Westfield Woden.
Peter Wilkins Ickle Pickle's 10th-anniversary production of its first show is enjoyable school holiday entertainment.
A report will be prepared for the coroner after a motorcyclist died after crashing off a bridge near Goulburn.
Katie Burgess As thousands of people drifted through Yarralumla's Albert Hall for the Living Green Festival, most of its eco-friendly vendors had a message to share on how to make for a kinder world.
Katie Burgess and Tom McIlroy Canberra teacher's father was shot dead outside NSW Police headquarters by a 15-year-old boy on Friday.
Tom McIlroy An ACT government and unions working group is developing a needles and syringes strategy for Canberra's prison.
Megan Gorrey Women with disabilities continue to face a critical shortage of affordable and accessible housing in the ACT.
Clare Sibthorpe Public service leader Felicity McNeill reflects on her Telstra ACT Business Women's Awards nomination.
Henry Belot Elizabeth Sisley went to Calvary Hospital in 2012 after having seizures and was told to see a neurologist.
Katie Burgess He is offering free three-dimensional nipple and areola tattooing for women who've undergone a mastectomy.
Christopher Knaus Woman alleges tests showing "significant risk" to unborn baby should have prompted C-section.
Police seized two replica double barrel shotguns, two replica handguns in Friday's raid.
Matthew Raggatt Former Labor minister Kate Lundy has said figures on the capital's worst crash intersections back the Canberra Liberals' argument for a flyover of the Barton Highway.
Georgina Connery Community Centre unsure of how to combat tagging and vandalism of a mural created after 2003 bush fires.
Kimberley Le Lievre The ACT government is helping graffiti artists find appropriate walls to showcase their art.
Matthew Raggatt Liberal senator says Canberra will be spared the major brunt of the move of 600 federal jobs to the Central Coast.