DAVID ELLERY The Canberra Times has been anointed with an unwarranted dose of venerability by a German film producer celebrating the exploits of the World War I raider SMS Emden, Gang-Gang has been told.
PETER JEAN The ACT Health Directorate has refused to back down from controversial changes to the way medical internships are allocated at the Canberra Hospital.
LISA COX The number of golden staph cases detected in the Canberra Hospital rose in 2011-12, new figures show.
TOM MCILROY Darlings of the indie music scene the Rubens have taken their place on the hallowed roster of acts to perform at the Australian National University, headlining a ''guerilla gig'' on Wednesday.
PETER JEAN Canberra residents looking for cheaper housing or a lifestyle change would be able to work from ''Smart Work Centres'' in commuter towns, under a proposal being floated by regional councils.
RON CERABONA Beethoven, Bowie, beatings and brainwashing are all part of the mix in Action to the Word's A Clockwork Orange.
MEREDITH CLISBY The success of the ACT government's City Plan will be limited if ''punitive'' development fees remain, says the property council.
MEGAN DOHERTY Until the Skywhale, it was perhaps Canberra's most maligned piece of public art - and it got the green light from John, rather than Jon.
MEGAN DOHERTY Jeremy Hanson never thought he would find himself agreeing with Jon Stanhope, and especially not about public art, but the day has finally come.
SALLY PRYOR Angus Houston has barely missed a CSO performance during his time in Canberra, and has this week taken his devotion to a new level, having been appointed chairman of the orchestra's board.
TOM MCILROY Just days after Skywhale caught global attention, another Canberra export is set to go international.
LISA COX One in five residents of Canberra's nursing homes is malnourished, new research has found.
MATTHEW RAGGATT Canberra's aged care residents can now listen to music with a digital audio stream of their own.
4:04pm The Vikings Erindale Club has been evacuated after reports of smoke in the building.
MICHAEL INMAN 5:01pm The government will consider closing a legal loophole that is adding to the ACT Supreme Court's already burgeoning workload.
HAMISH BOLAND-RUDDER 3:16pm Just because the BRW Rich List for 2013 has only one Canberran on the list does not mean there is only one person from the ACT worth more than $235 million, according to the man who helps compile the list.
CHRISTOPHER KNAUS 11:23pm Prosecutors say a tiny Canberra man allegedly left gurgling in his own blood after a fatal bashing "must have seemed like a rag doll" to the 110-kilogram, 189-centimetre tall man accused of his murder.
MEGAN DOHERTY 1:37pm Busker Alex Gibson not only has the support of his superstar coach Seal on The Voice - he also his gym plan.
8:23am A man has stolen a sum of cash after robbing a supermarket worker at knifepoint in Bonython on Tuesday.
10:26am Congestion for commuters is expected to ease as workers open an additional westbound lane on Parkes Way on Wednesday.
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DAVID ELLERY Canberra's Museum and Gallery is hoping an ACT sex addict may be able to shed some light on the provenance of a recently acquired item in its collection.
Michael Inman Court Reporter An accused killer is expected to enter the witness box on Wednesday to tell a jury his version of events.
MATTHEW RAGGATT Entrepreneurs unite. The first community-run shared work space is set to give the city's start-ups a home.
LISA COX An increased or broader goods and services tax would be welcomed by the territory's finances, say economists.
CHRISTOPHER KNAUS Man was on bail at time of alleged theft and burglary, court told.
LISA COX The ACT government will cut about $25 million from insurance tax revenues in the next financial year.
JENNA CLARKE One of the producers of the highly anticipated stage show A Clockwork Orange was attacked in Canberra on Tuesday afternoon.
RON CERABONA How do you score a ballet about Parliament House? That was the challenge for composer Huey Benjamin. As he is a former Canberran, it seemed appropriate he should compose the music for Monument, one of the works in the Australian Ballet's Symmetries, which opens on Thursday as part of the Collected Works Australia: 2013 centenary program at the Canberra Theatre.
JENNA CLARKE Garry Stewart wants to make one thing clear. His dance production, Monument, only focuses on the grandiose architecture of Parliament House and has nothing to do with the personalities that dwell underneath the spire.
NOEL TOWELL A cull of dozens of senior ATO officials has left junior staff to "match wits" against vastly more experienced corporate tax experts, according to a public sector union.
HAMISH BOLAND-RUDDER The moat around one of Canberra's unique structures is close to springing a leak, putting a priceless archive of science and architectural material and the very foundations of the building at risk.
STEPHANIE ANDERSON Diners affected as part of Canberra's largest salmonella outbreak have all been discharged from hospital, more than one week after being exposed to bad mayonnaise.
PETER JEAN The ACT Health Directorate has been accused of bullying final-year ANU medical students.
EMMA MACDONALD The Australian National University has frozen all new recruitment for non-academic administrative staff.
PETER JEAN Canberra's property market may be softening but finding affordable accommodation still remains a struggle for many of the most vulnerable people in the city.
Army chief says there's an ''unstoppable momentum'' for cultural change in the Australian Defence Force.
MEREDITH CLISBY One of the first buildings built in the Parliamentary Triangle has received a national award.
CHRISTOPHER KNAUS Police believe a Canberra man arrested in a drug bust on Monday may have been working with a larger crime syndicate, a court has heard.
Stephanie Anderson, Tom McIlroy A land and air search for missing Canadian bushwalker Prabhdeep Srawn will begin again on Thursday, a day after reports of voices or a dog's bark within the Kosciuszko National Park.
HAMISH BOLAND-RUDDER Community and church services in and around a proposed Parliamentary Triangle paid parking scheme are concerned the plan could lead to further encroachment on already tight space for their own patrons should it go ahead.
MICHAEL INMAN A man who committed a series of break-ins days after he was released from jail has been sentenced to another four years behind bars.
A Fyshwick street was shut down after workmen ruptured a gas line on Tuesday morning.
Canberra Times staff have been named among the finalists for the 2013 Walkley Young Australian Journalist of the Year Awards.
A Wanniassa plasterer is the proud owner of the first set of Centenary number plates after placing a winning bid in excess of $9000.
Canberra detectives have carried out one of largest single ecstasy seizures on record in the ACT, finding drugs with a street value of more than $150,000 in a residential home.
Emergency services have treated a woman for smoke inhalation following a house fire in Chifley in the early hours of Tuesday.
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DAVID ELLERY A lot of Canberrans have taken Harry S. Truman's alleged line ''If you want a friend in Washington then get yourself a dog'' to heart and applied it to Australia's capital.