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Ross Peake 2:07 AM Refugee whistle blower speaks out ahead of Canberra rally
Jennifer Gall 9:43 PM Erin Helyard's celebration of Viennese piano technology of the 18th and 19th centuries was a delight.
Clare Colley 7:43 PM Former Centenary of Canberra general manager Adam Stankevicius will head up a combined artsACT and Events ACT as the new director of the two agencies.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM The genius of Ewen Coates' sculpture Evolution of the Senses dedicated at the Australian War Memorial on Thursday lies in the way in which it has a man and a dog looking lovingly into one another's eyes
Stephen Jeffery 11:30 PM Strategies to prevent a tragedy on the scale of a Sydney nursing home inferno that killed 14 people dominated discussions at a fire safety conference in Canberra yesterday .
Emma Macdonald 11:30 PM The promised throngs of new customers to Canberra's beleaguered Westside container village have largely failed to materialise despite high hopes from the ACT Government that Floriade would see the village rebirthed.
7:01 PM The Canberra Times is recognising and meeting the needs of all its readers as audience grows.
Henry Belot and Tom McIlroy 7:00 PM Junior doctors at the Canberra Hospital have faced long-running bullying, harassment, sexist treatment and management failures, leading to poor accountability and concerns about patient care.
Michelle Potter 6:38 PM The dance sequences are the highlight of this colourful multimedia show.
Stephen Jeffery 11:30 PM Don't panic if your suburb is filled with garage sales later this month. It's all for a good cause.
David Ellery 5:48 PM ACT CFMEU boss Dean Hall denies knowledge of alleged corruption, but admits he made a mistake allowing Fihi Kivalu to say he resigned after being made redundant.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM We are too scared to come out of the closet and admit it, in this tree-lined, tree-mad, Arboretum-adoring city, but some of us think Canberra has far too many trees.
Jil Hogan 4:12 PM Your guide to what's going on around the capital this weekend.
Robert Crawford 3:55 PM Jerrabomberra man James Hughes died after losing control on the new bridge, west of Nerriga.
Alexandra Back 3:50 PM Only in Canberra could a Chinese restaurant be deemed neutral territory, where politicians put down their rivalries and pick up chopsticks instead.
Greg Chamberlain 1:03 PM One of the more exciting performers to emerge from the fertile Australian comedy circuit in years, Ronny Chieng has his audience in stitches from the moment he walks on stage.
Jazcinta Pasher 12:59 PM Scenes from the ANU Bar as indie pop band San Cisco perform.
12:53 PM From Groovin to Gotye.
Melinda Schneider 12:26 PM The country singer reveals the songs that shaped her.
11:46 AM Six teenagers have caused about $50,000 worth of damage to buildings in north Canberra.
Henry Belot 9:58 AM Plans for the University of Canberra Public Hospital have been described as 'seriously flawed', despite government assurances.
9:50 AM Police arrested a man who crashed a car into the Dickson Library on Tuesday night.
David Ellery 9:11 AM Secret recording reveals John Lomax knew of allegations his CFMEU colleague was corrupt, despite saying otherwise.
8:34 AM Growing up in a middle-class suburb in Sydney made Al Griggs want to break out of the mundane.
7:25 AM The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
Alexandra Back A Canberra nurse will front a local union campaign against changes to penalty rates after stronger indications from the government that change was in the works.
Clare Sibthorpe Taxis could soon be driving Canberrans between bus stops for the price of a standard bus fare.
Alexandra Back Canberra's celebration of craft brews is returning for a third year in 2015.
Michael Inman A Canberra rugby league player has been charged with a serious assault after he allegedly broke a rival's jaw and nose during an on-field altercation.
Megan Gorrey Canberra police have stepped up security measures amid increased safety fears in the wake of a fatal shooting outside NSW Police headquarters last week.
Tom McIlroy The ACT government has scaled back unpopular plans to close an entire London Circuit car park during construction of the light rail line and hopes to increase parking options from next year.
John Thistleton Hume traders say they lost business and goodwill after Telstra internet fails for more than a week.
Michael Inman Two men linked to an alleged Canberra jail drug syndicate have been locked up in NSW on drug charges.
Noel Towell But Federal Court makes no ruling on alleged "bias sarcasm and aggression" towards ATO official.