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6:39 PM More than 1300 Canberra cyclists got the opportunity to turn their spokes beside eleven times world champion Anna Meares on Sunday.
Georgina Connery 10:00 AM Find out where you can get your hands dirty across the ACT this Sunday for Clean Up Australia Day 2015.
John Elder 12:38 AM Personal jetpacks might finally be taking off.
Matthew Raggatt 11:30 PM A rapid first year of growth has ended with Soldier On moving the battlefield to Crace.
Matthew Raggatt 11:30 PM Education and Training Minister Joy Burch has welcomed federal moves to crack down on private colleges, but said she was unaware of any shoddy providers in the ACT.
Ben Westcott 11:00 PM The ACT attorney-general has gone quiet on Canberrans' right to online privacy after his federal party indicated it would back controversial metadata retention laws.
Matthew Raggatt 11:30 PM Motorists pay $1.2 million a month as drives to the the heart of the capital decline.
Georgina Connery 8:13 PM Among the sights, smells and sounds of the Royal Canberra Show, it is easy to forget the high-stakes competition occurring at across the grounds.
Ben Westcott Police have reached out to the public in help find an ACT tradesman who has been missing since Friday morning.
Matthew Raggatt 11:30 PM Canberra schools have no complaints about their teaching graduates, says the ACT Principals Association's Michael Hall.
Ben Westcott 11:00 PM Thunder crashing and the splash of rain have been the hallmarks of a Canberra summer in 2015, as the ACT swelters through another warm and wet start to the year.
Georgina Connery 11:30 PM Canberra's community councils are hoping to appease distressed residents and bridge the information gap about the Mr Fluffy asbestos crisis through public information events.
Matthew Raggatt A Canberra man has been refused bail after facing court on allegations he threatened to kill his former partner because she would not give him immediate access to their child.
Christopher Knaus Tributes flow for woman killed by a cancer that was missed by doctors in a grave blunder.
Michael Inman A Canberra inmate asked to see the mental health team on the day of his death, a court has heard.
Christopher Knaus Two children were inside a Gowrie home when five bullets were fired at it in a drive-by shooting earlier this month, according to court documents.
Kirsten Lawson Authorities moved late last year to allow a form of "cashless gambling" on poker machines in Canberra, in another unheralded change to gambling in the territory.
Christopher Knaus Kenoss project manager claims he is not "directly responsible" for truck driver's fatal electrocution, saying the man "should have followed directions".
Megan Gorrey Moments after Robert Brice's heart stopped and he fell from his horse's back, he heard his partner's voice repeat over and over: "Don't give up now, keep fighting."