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Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM Negative air units and strict safety procedures will be in place as the ACT government asbestos taskforce moves to demolish the first of five pilot Mr Fluffy homes on Monday.
Tom McIlroy 8:31 PM One of the son's of the original Mr Fluffy business owner has apologised for the ongoing legacy of loose-fill asbestos in Canberra and New South Wales.
Noel Towell 11:45 PM New lanyard laws at Defence sparks a protest movement.
Kimberley Le Lievre 2:23 PM It was pitch black at 1am when Claudia Blackley and Jarrod Male got the call out.
1:05 PM Three aggravated burglaries occurred across Canberra in the early hours of Sunday morning in the suburbs of Wanniassa, Mitchell and Mawson.
Georgina Connery Community gives material support to foundation supporting victims of domestic violence.
Matthew Raggatt The ACT government may look at extending Segway use on public land as part of a review into the success of the popular lakeside tours.
Matthew Raggatt Two suburbs in Canberra top the list for BMW ownership - one on the northside, one south.
Former AMC prisoner speaks out about his time in jail, and the support program that helped him through
Kimberley Le Lievre Former AMC prisoner speaks out about his time in jail, and the support program that helped him through
Matthew Raggatt The ACT government has committed itself to phasing out smoking in prisons, but has given no time frame.
The body of missing Greenway man Daemon Wolfe was found on Saturday morning.
Christopher Knaus Two small marks hidden amid carnage and twisted metal would alter the future of Sergeant Daryl Neit and his crash investigation team.
Jil Hogan Firefighters and paramedics have used a spinal stabalisation device to free a woman from a collision in Yarralumla.
Michael Inman and Meredith Clisby The construction union has asked three government bodies to investigate sham contracting, tax dodging, and phoenixing in the ACT formwork industry.
You might not know it, but Canberra is playing host to the Australian Ceramics Triennale.
Megan Gorrey Six-figure salaries could attract and retain more high-quality teachers to the ACT, a leading education expert says.
Megan Doherty The head of the ACT Public Service, Kathy Leigh, has given her first major interview since she was appointed more than a year ago
Christopher Knaus Vytas Kapociunas, 71, struggles to hold back tears as he gives evidence in child abuse trial.