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10:08 AM Another jewellery store has been burgled in the second ram raid in two days in Canberra.
9:27 AM The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
Kirsten Lawson 12:15 AM Liberal Speaker Vicki Dunne and transport spokesman Alistair Coe have their home suburbs shifted into a new Gungahlin-based electorate, under new boundaries that divide the city into five electorates.
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM An anti-drugs lobby group has told the Legislative Assembly that medical marijuana could act as a "Trojan horse" for illegal drug use in the ACT and any change to current laws could prompt an increase in addiction.
Scott Hannaford 8:52 PM Former current affairs presenter Chris Kimball to take over at Snowy Hydro SouthCare rescue helicopter trust.
Megan Gorrey 8:50 PM An initiative that will provide housing to ease the discomfort and financial pain often experienced by family members of hospital patients has been launched in Canberra.
Michael Inman 11:30 PM A Canberra student allegedly raped by a fellow resident at an on-campus dormitory had a casual sexual relationship with the man in the weeks after, a trial has heard.
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM All Tony and Sarah Liston knew of their first child for more than four decades was that it was a baby girl.
8:21 PM ACT Fire & Rescue crews helped evacuate a resident from the Stuart Flats complex in Griffith after a small fire began in the doorway of one of the apartments.
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM Domestic violence sufferers who seek protective court orders in the ACT are being unnecessarily victimised and subjected to similar power and control tactics experienced at the hands of their violent partners, a report has found.
Michael Inman 11:30 PM A former Catholic priest accused of molesting a young girl admitted touching her bottom to diocese officials, trial hears.
11:30 PM Police are investigating after a shop was ram raided in Belconnen between Sunday night and Monday morning.
4:48 PM A man believed to be responsible for five burglaries in Fyshwick left a bag of dog chews stolen from an earlier burglary at a later crime scene on the same morning.
11:30 PM The number of Canberrans who plan to holiday at Snowy Mountains skifields has dropped to below the 50 per cent mark as cheaper flights and lighter local snowfalls lure tourists overseas.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM During the Great War scoffing at Germany's absurd-looking, ultraPrussian Kaiser Wilhelm II and questioning his sanity did wonders for Allied morale.
2:50 PM Firefighters extinguished a kitchen fire after a neighbour called triple zero.
6:00 AM From award-winning Aardman Studios, the creators of Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run, comes the big screen debut of the hugely popular Shaun the Sheep, In Cinemas Now.
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Ross Peake The ACT should follow New Zealand’s example by being bold enough to introduce family group conferencing to reduce the number of children going into care, according to a Canberra researcher.
Ross Peake Newly-minted ACT Senator Katy Gallagher will campaign for the Labor Party to soften its harsh policy on asylum seekers, at its national conference this year.
Scott Hannaford Public housing tenants on Northbourne Avenue are likely to be relocated by mid-2016, as the ACT Government pushes for the redevelopment of the light rail corridor.
Street artists transformed blank walls into a superhero playground at a Tocumwal Lane party in Civic.
John Thistleton Community and Public Sector Union warns people to allow for travel delays over Easter because of industrial action.