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Nick Miller 11:34 AM A new cartoon sits on the crowded walls of Charlie Hebdo's offices in Paris.
Kimberley Granger 11:25 AM The Jane Austen Festival proves a success for another year in Canberra.
Henry Belot and Emma Kelly 11:23 AM Staff and carers at Canberra's National Zoo and Aquarium have said a sad farewell to their 14-year-old Sumatran tiger, Berani, who died unexpectedly on Monday.
10:59 AM Police have released a face-fit image of man who indecently exposed himself in Tuggeranong earlier this month.
Kirsten Lawson, Markus Mannheim 9:50 AM Overweight and obese Canberrans seem to be in big-time denial.
Emma Kelly 9:44 AM A cold and windy start to the week has ripped part of a roof off a Canberra building overnight.
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Emma Kelly 7:06 AM Canberrans shivered through a cold and windy start to the week on Monday with apparent temperatures below 6 degrees.
Scott Hannaford 7:02 AM The father of a well-known Canberra vet has called for an investigation into the insulin product he believed may have contributed to his daughter's death.
Talia Liolios 11:11 PM Todd Berry has challenged himself to run a 100-kilometre ultramarathon to commemorate the Anzac centenary and raise money for physically and psychologically wounded veterans.
Joseph Walker 9:50 PM Ricky Haines can't remember the last time he was able to drive freely on the open road. But just a couple of months ago he was doing precisely that on a joyride to Araluen, using a new scooter he purchased with the help of an ACT Government grant.
Henry Belot 11:45 PM Some northside residents are facing waiting lists of up to six-weeks for vaccination appointments as public health experts call on Canberrans to get their flu shots early.
Clare Colley 11:45 PM Addicts are being turned away from residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment as demand pushes out wait times to six months.
Megan Gorrey 11:45 PM A man and his mother, who allegedly starved dozens of dogs, now face 40 new charges.
Mark Sawa 8:30 PM New data also shows the majority of homeless young people are female.
Janet Wilson 5:34 PM A new choral drama from A Chorus of Women revives a story lost among the military stories of World War I.
3:54 PM More than 1700 homes were without power in parts of Canberra on Monday after wild winds pushed trees and branches onto power lines.
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