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11:00 PM Coming up: The Thredbo Jazz Festival, the Audreys, Microwave Jenny and more...
Nassim Khadem and Megan Gorrey 12:15 AM Suburbs in the inner south are home to the ACT's highest earners and Canberrans are the nation's most charitable earners, Tax Office data has revealed.
Kirsten Lawson 10:45 PM Construction on the Victorian project will start in two months and it will be up and running early in 2016.
Henry Belot 10:44 PM A crisis support group has urged the ACT Government to supply additional funding so volunteers can continue assisting victims of domestic violence.
Megan Gorrey 10:01 PM Dozens of Canberrans to hold a vigil outside the Indonesian Embassy in Yarralumla on Tuesday night.
Joseph Walker 11:45 PM Canberra Repertory Society's latest production, Arthur Miller's 1953 play The Crucible, will open on May 1.
Hannah Moore 11:45 PM The $170,000 work will be timed for the end of the school holidays.
Joseph Walker 11:30 PM Safe Shelter can sleep eight men, and takes guests on a first-come basis
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Critics says Walter Burley Griffin's vision could be ruined over if the government is too heavy-handed with plans to extend Yarralumla .
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM Limited buses and confusion over parking costs caused havoc on Monday.
Clare Colley 8:30 PM Each week at least one blind or vision-impaired guide dog owner in the ACT or NSW is illegally refused entry to a restaurant or cafe.
Christopher Knaus 8:16 PM Suitability of ward for at-risk prisoners to come under close scrutiny during prison death inquest.
Henry Belot 8:07 PM The ACT has recorded more than double the amount of whooping cough cases compared to last the same time last year
Michael Inman 11:30 PM A Lyneham man who struck a cyclist with his van was himself hospitalised after a similar incident in his youth, a court has heard.
Hannah Moore 11:30 PM The open, light and colourful learning space is in stark contrast to its more austere previous incarnation.
Sally Pryor 7:15 PM She took us on her journey, and the journey was art.
Harriet Alexander 6:00 AM Common medical procedures including brain scans, food allergy tests and long-term reflux medication are unnecessary and possibly harmful for many patients and should be radically reduced, doctors have warned.
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Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM The Greens' Shane Rattenbury is not happy at the deal reached with the clubs sector for a voluntary code of practice on eftpos machines in clubs, saying they are clearly designed to get around withdrawal limits from automatic teller machines.
Brett McNamara 2:09 PM One of the great features about living in our bush capital is the four distinct seasons we experience.