HENRY BELOT 8:35am Canberra is set for a wet and possibly wild end to the week with rain and patchy weather forecast to last through the next several days.
LUCY RICKARD 7:00am Bringing you breaking news from across the capital and beyond, including weather, traffic updates and what the capital is talking about.
Peter Gazy Brad Palmer was enjoying a nice day at Merimbula beach with his wife, Christine, and son, Thomas, when he decided to take a photo of seven-year-old Thomas splashing around in the water.
IAN WARDEN The slopes of Mt Ainslie are a paradise for the social huntsman Delena cancerides.
JOHN THISTLETON Winched into the air, Canberra public servant Kari Roberson was not expecting a close brush with disaster before breaking an Australian women's record for paragliding.
LARISSA NICHOLSON The unluckiest sporting club in Canberra has been dealt yet another blow, with its second burglary in less than a month.
Peter Gazy The last time Richard Nicholson took part in the Canberra Marathon he ended up with a $2500 dental bill and about $1500 of wheelchair repairs.
MICHAEL INMAN A woman who cannot work after a car crash has had $24,000 stripped from her payout on appeal.
NOEL TOWELL Australia's air crash investigation agency is to cut its staff by up to 20 per cent.
TOM MCILROY Labor MLA calls for the ACT to have the courage to engage in a substantive debate about euthanasia.
DAVID ELLERY Canberrans ticked off some unfinished business dating back 100 years on Tuesday morning when Chief Minister Katy Gallagher launched the Canberra Centenary Column on the slopes of City Hill.
MEGAN DOHERTY It could be called Tourism 101 - the simple idea of Canberrans encouraging their interstate friends and relatives to visit.
KIRSTEN LAWSON Wind energy is set to power 80,000 Canberra households within six years.
Residential building sites in the ACT will have more inspections this month as the ACT government raises awareness of pollution control.
SALLY PRYOR 5:46pm The National Library’s blockbuster exhibition of maps was the library’s most successful show ever
BEN WESTCOTT 7:21pm Three car accidents disrupted traffic on Canberra's road over Tuesday afternoon, with at least one person taken to Canberra Hospital.
DAVID ELLERY 4:18pm Canberrans ticked off some unfinished business dating back 100 years on Tuesday morning when Chief Minister, Katy Gallagher, dedicated the Canberra Centenary Column on the slopes of City Hill.
IAN WARDEN 2:26pm Pegleg Pete made an inelegant landing on Gungahlin Drive Expressway on Monday Morning, Canberra Day
CHRISTOPHER KNAUS 11:05pm A mother has spoken of her disbelief when her son told her he was being molested by an ACT police officer who was caring for him.
EMMA KELLY 12:08pm For almost two decades a patch of land in Canberra's south has been exploited as a dumping ground for unwanted rubbish.
EMMA KELLY 12:08pm Grassroots groups are struggling to cut through bureaucratic red tape and stage community events in the capital.
LUCY RICKARD Bringing you breaking news from across the capital and beyond, including weather, traffic updates and what the capital is talking about.
IAN WARDEN Landlubbers' favourite hot-air balloon at this year's Canberra Balloon Spectacular is Pegleg Pete.
KIRSTEN LAWSON Canberra's speed camera network is set for a shake-up, with the ACT Auditor-General about to release a report into the cameras.
CHRISTOPHER KNAUS Research suggests the majority of fatal one-punch assaults are linked with alcohol and not illicit drugs.
DAVID ELLERY Apia has lifted the cut-off age for eligibility for its $75 good driver rebate in the ACT from 69 to 79.
Peter Gazy Sheep yardings in Cooma are doubling as farmers reduce stock in the face of drought.
LARISSA NICHOLSON Tiny Antarctic creatures may have survived successive ice ages by sheltering in frozen caves created by hot steam from active volcanoes, scientists say.
JOHN THISTLETON A new five-storey car park for Calvary Hospital is designed for the introduction of paid parking.
TOM MCILROY Media training for Canberra Liberal MLAs cost the taxpayer more than $11,000 last year, new entitlement reports show.
Peter Gazy and Ben Westcott It was a day of lights, cake and Scooby-Doo, as the ACT came together to celebrate Canberra Day and farewell the Enlighten festival for another year.
JOHN THISTLETON A sculpture representing Israel and Australia's cultural connection was offered as a centenary gift, only to be rejected.
TOM MCILROY UPDATED 9.15am: ACT Opposition Leader plans to vote against an internal Liberal Party motion endorsing public service job cuts in Canberra.
JOHN THISTLETON Manuka retailers want fellow traders to help them polish the upmarket shopping precinct.
KIRSTEN LAWSON Mary Porter spent $24,000 visiting Europe to look at voluntary euthanasia last year.
ROSS PEAKE MPs are concerned that changes to media ownership may result in less local content, particularly television news.
EMMA MACDONALD Spelling and numeracy at high school level continue to be the ACT's greatest educational weak points.
FLETA PAGE When its socio-educational status is taken into account, Wanniassa School rises straight to the top.
A 55-year-old motorcyclist is in a serious but stable condition after he was injured in an accident near Braidwood on Monday.
CHRISTOPHER KNAUS An ice user found hiding in a cupboard after an alleged attempted service station robbery is also suspected of stealing an Australia Post van and tampering with mail, a court has heard.
TOM MCILROY Labor Party members in the ACT could soon vote to directly elect their parliamentary leader.
KIRSTEN LAWSON MLAs from both Labor and the Liberals are standing behind the use of taxpayer funds for travel to party political events.
FLETA PAGE The Bermagui Gelati Clinic has been an icon of the town for the past decade.
FLETA PAGE The role of My School data should not be overplayed in making schooling decisions, according to parents' groups.
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BEN WESTCOTT ANU researcher tackling dementia symptoms has been awarded a grant by Alzheimer's Australia.
MARKUS MANNHEIM Canberra can seem a desolate place on long weekends, but not if you know where to look.
MICHAEL INMAN Public servants based in Canberra's Parliamentary Triangle will be able to pre-purchase medium- to long- term parking tickets online from June.
BEN WESTCOTT Books exploring sex, death and architecture have all made the shortlist for the 2013 ACT Book of the Year Award, which was announced on Monday.
JOHN THISTLETON Canberra Club president Rick Reeks says two directors who broke ranks with the board have succeeded only in delaying for six weeks a decision on the club's future.