Latest ACT News
8:50 AM Police have identified a car which they believe may have been used in a senseless arson attack at a Weston cafe in March.
7:17 AM Police are appealing for witnesses after an alleged indecent assault in a public toilet at a park on Clyde Street in Batemans Bay on Thursday afternoon.
11:45 PM Music program to receive funding from the ACT government.
Emma Macdonald 11:30 PM Tears flowed in Federal Parliament on Thursday as owners of Mr Fluffy homes throughout the ACT witnessed their stories of personal tragedy being committed to Australia's political and historic record.
Clare Colley 11:45 PM New English `learning' schools boost aid to mainstream education.
Noel Towell 11:30 PM But spilling the beans on corrupt colleagues encouraged.
Christopher Knaus 11:45 PM A man accused of pretending to be a woman on Facebook to trick a teen into having sex with him has pleaded not guilty to blackmail.
Clare Colley 11:30 PM ACT Health has defended the differing data called "rubbery" and "misleading" figure, saying the figures were based on "different questions".
Tom McIlroy 11:45 PM "The videos were produced and paid for before the light rail business case was presented to the government which confirms that the business case was produced to justify light rail, not to provide objective advice.''
Henry Belot and Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM Senator Kate Lundy’s decision to resign from politics at the next election surprised many senior ACT Labor Party members.
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM The ACT Government has moved to abolish appeals and sidestep planning laws for its $800 million light rail project.
Emma Kelly 5:19 PM A motorcyclist killed in a high-speed head-on collision has been identified.
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Environment Minister Simon Corbell expects a decision on wind auction bids to be made within weeks.
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM The head of the federal government's renewable energy finance organisation has defended his involvement and shareholdings in the company building a controversial solar farm at Uriarra Village.
Ross Peake 1:11 PM A dream job is now available in Canberra – being paid $195,000 a year, and with a likely tenure of 10 years or more.