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Primrose Riordan 2:12 PM Another man has been thrown out of a Cricket World Cup for pitchsiding at the South Africa and Ireland match at Manuka oval on Tuesday night.
Alanna Maclean 1:38 PM Tuesdays with Morrie is a compact play for two men based on Morrie Albom's best-selling book about conversations with his old college professor, Morrie Schwartz, who is dying of a wasting disease.
Ron Cerabona 1:38 PM Theatre Ron Cerabona
Noel Towell 11:57 AM The humble Post-It note has emerged as a powerful weapon used by the Australian Public Service to avoid Parliamentary scrutiny and Freedom of Information laws.
Jennifer Gall 10:54 AM Tafelmusik's latest production, House of Dreams, is an international collaboration, a noble gesture to unite audiences all over the world with the intimate spaces in which the great art and music of the period from 1656 to 1765 was made and celebrated.
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Christopher Knaus 8:47 PM Tara Costigan put her three children above all else, right till the end, her family says.
Primrose Riordan 8:38 PM A campaign to raise money for the children of domestic violence victim Tara Costigan has spread rapidly across the capital.
Emma Macdonald 8:26 PM Chief Minister Andrew Barr and University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor Stephen Parker will on Wednesday sign a Statement of Strategic Intent, committing the government to legislative changes that vary the Crown lease and Territory Plan to allow massive commercial growth within the university’s Bruce precinct.
Emma Kelly 11:45 PM A popular inner north pub is still serving schooners as it pays back debt.
Henry Belot 11:45 PM A Canberra man who suffered a cardiac arrest while competing in a triathlon has met the chief executive of a company that produced the defibrillator which saved his life.
Christopher Knaus 7:43 PM The ACT's domestic violence crisis service has seen a spike in demand for support and information since the killing of Tara Costigan, 28.
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Chief Minister Andrew Barr has urged the Remuneration Tribunal to limit any pay increase for politicians to the 1.5 per cent given to public servants, pointing to Canberra's difficult budget.
6:22 PM New video has been released after three men were allegedly involved in robbing and smashing the front doors of a Woolworths store in Dunlop on February 12.
Mark Sawa 6:02 PM Residents, community groups and businesses have voiced their opinion on the direction of Belconnen’s town centre over the coming decades. More than 220 pages of recommendations were released under the Freedom of Information Act to The Chronicle.
David Ellery 5:36 PM Every child, young and old, who has ever stared at the Australian War Memorial’s G For George Lancaster bomber and wondered what would be like to see inside can now live the dream.
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Simon Corbell hinted at changes to controversial Uriarra solar farm when he released an update on progress towards 40 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020.
Henry Belot 11:30 PM People who drink a moderate amount of coffee are less likely to develop clogged arteries that could lead to heart attacks, according to new study published in the "Health" journal.
Kirsten Lawson 2:58 PM Speaker has referred Joy Burch to standards commissioner, having delivered a critique of MPs' ethics when she spoke at a conference in Samoa last year.
2:20 PM A man has been winched to safety by the Snowy Hydro Southcare helicopter on Tuesday afternoon after suffering chest pains next to the Molonglo River.