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Matthew Raggatt 10:04 PM Blocks once part of the Holt golf club have sold for $25 million and opened a new frontier for Belconnen's west.
Matthew Raggatt 10:01 PM Residents of Kambah homes made almost entirely from asbestos have agreed to sell to the ACT government.
Megan Gorrey 9:29 PM Jodi Finn and Victoria Zhong will raise money for rescue greyhounds in this year's Canberra Times Fun Run.
Kimberley Le Lievre 9:22 PM A rift between Queanbeyan City councillors is being played out on social media.
Kimberley Le Lievre 8:25 PM Weekend paid parking has angered those using car parks in Civic on Saturday.
5:43 PM About Town: Scenes from Canberra Wind Symphony's Blown Away at the Ainslie Arts Centre.
Matthew Raggatt 5:34 PM A Canberra man who allegedly posted explicit images of his partner on Facebook hours after being charged with choking her has been refused bail.
Matthew Raggatt 11:30 PM Australian Monarchists League ACT and region branch chairman Scott Coleman✓ said a "loyal address", a hand-prepared document made out of vellum (calf skin) congratulating the Queen and signed by more than 100 donors, would be sent to London after Wednesday's record-breaking day.
10:17 AM A man died in a fatal crash on Drakeford Drive in Kambah on Friday night.
Matthew Raggatt 11:30 PM Despite a ticketing glitch and claims of overcrowding the Brick Expo will stay at the Hellenic Club.
Catherine Carter 11:30 PM Canberrans love the city but know it needs to be revitalised.
Tony Trobe 11:30 PM The national capital plan review is the first since it came into effect in 1990.
Christopher Knaus A man has been sentenced to nine months behind bars for a drunken punch that left his victim fighting for his life.
A driver has crashed into the Gungahlin police station while trying to do a burnout.
Christopher Knaus A speeding driver who had ice in his system when he hit and killed an elderly pedestrian has been found guilty of culpable driving.
Megan Gorrey Belgian carillonneur Geert d'Hollander wants Canberrans to know they could just as likely hear the tunes of Lady Gaga as those of Bach drift across Lake Burley Griffin from the National Carillon.
Henry Belot Thousands of documents were delivered to the ACT Legislative Assembly on Friday afternoon when the government accepted final bids from two consortiums hoping to win the $783 million light rail contract.
Christopher Knaus Man who allegedly choked, bashed his girlfriend is recaptured after accidental release.
Katie Burgess Authorities urge Canberrans to stop feeding magpies after birds attack people for food.
Alexandra Back, Emma Kelly Canberra newsagents are seeking support for a ban on lottery products being sold by Woolworths and Coles, which they fear could be devastating to their businesses.
Megan Gorrey Feigning death in the waters off Indonesia was what saved Australian army nurse Vivian Bullwinkel as Japanese soldiers fatally machine-gunned a line of women into the sea beside her during the dark days of World War II.