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Kerry-Anne Cousins 10:25 AM Kath Inglis' exhibition shows the potential in PVC plastic.
Paul Jurak 9:15 AM The sun peeped through the cloud cover to unveil a beautiful morning.
11:45 PM Canberra's men in uniform raise more than $43,000 on White Ribbon Day to stop violence against women.
Tom McIlroy 11:45 PM A former senior Employment Department official will lead a review into the process of setting water and sewerage prices in the ACT.
11:30 PM We already know Canberra is the best place in the world but the capital is shaping up to be a particularly good city for students.
8:44 PM A DVD developed by ACT Health will be used to make information available to cancer patients at Canberra Hospital before they start a course of radiation therapy, in the hope that it will alleviate some of their anxiety.
Scherry Bloul 11:45 PM Two hundred Canberra volunteers and 1300 nationally have been fitted out for the biggest football tournament to be held in Australia – the AFC Asia Cup which kicks off in January.
Henry Belot 11:30 PM A bill to establish a judicial council capable of holding judges and magistrates accountable and responding to public complaints will be introduced by Attorney-General Simon Corbell, who says such a council would be a very important reform.
Scherry Bloul 11:45 PM Households in Canberra have struggled to pay their gas and electricity bills in the past financial year.s
Emma Kelly 11:45 PM Rising star actor Luke Webb was just making his name when cut down by a stroke, but he has battled through and is now paying back his supporters by actively promoting stroke awareness.
6:27 PM Firefighters have used rescue tools to remove a man from a car after a collision in Charnwood.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM Patriotic enthusiasm for the war made times difficult for sensitive, thinking Australians.
Emma Macdonald 3:41 PM Chose some bright and colourful accessories and a mix of toys that will keep them occupied this Christmas
Lincoln Daw and Tom Heath 2:01 PM Work is finally set to begin on the restoration of the historic Sydney Building in the city, nine months after it was badly damaged by fire.
Mark Sawa 1:05 PM Hotspots are part of Telstra's 'ambitious' plan to launch a national network of payphone Wi-Fi.
Christopher Knaus 1:00 PM Floor repair company Bavco has been cleared of employing workers on sham contracts at sites across Canberra.