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Henry Belot and Emma Kelly 10:33 PM An 18-year-old former Radford College student who disappeared while jogging near Bendigo on Wednesday afternoon has been found alive by police.
Michael Inman and Emma Kelly 9:55 PM Another witness at the Royal Commission into Trade Unions was arrested in Canberra on Wednesday.
Liam Mannix and Marissa Calligeros 9:51 PM Missing teenage jogger found in Bendigo
Kimberley Le Lievre 9:46 PM Nominations are now open for the Fred Hollows humanity award to recognise year 6 students who show care and compassion in their everyday lives.
Noel Towell 9:16 PM Synchrotron rejects union allegations that workers were threatened
Henry Belot 7:58 PM A 13-year-old boy is in hospital with serious injuries after a hit-and-run outside a school in north Canberra on Thursday morning, police say.
7:37 PM Competition watchdog starts investigation into alleged cartel conduct in Canberra's construction industry.
Eleanor Mackay 6:54 PM Students at Torrens Primary School, along with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects and University of Canberra architecture students, have designed a new school courtyard.
Natasha Rudra 6:11 PM The story of six boys who were locked in an apartment for years.
Emma Macdonald 5:40 PM Queanbeyan City Council will defer rates and some essential services payments for homes affected by Mr Fluffy.
Emma Macdonald 5:18 PM The ACT government has signed a variation on the Territory Plan for the University of Canberra to proceed with its estimated $1 billion campus redevelopment.
Christopher Knaus 5:12 PM Opposition to a new Woolworths at Giralang continues four years after redevelopment approval.
Dan Bigna 3:47 PM For a long time Tilley's hosted great touring acts: here's hoping it becomes a performance space once again.
Henry Belot 1:57 PM Police treating fire that destroyed a refuge house in Narrabundah as suspicious.
1:32 PM About 230 students have been evacuated from Kaleen High School after a fire started in a toilet block.
1:11 PM Damien Leith performed his self-penned, one-man cabaret play called The Parting Glass: An Irish Journey at The Street Theatre on July 18.
12:11 PM La Folie Douce, a group of DJs, singers and dancers incorporating cabaret mixed with street theatre, will provide a series of free high-energy, high-altitude, show-stopping performances to Australia during Thredbo's 25th Top2Bottom weekend in August.
12:10 PM Drag competition is coming to Canberra. So You Think You Can Drag is an amateur drag competition designed to give stage space to aspiring kings and queens. August 15 at the Gorman Arts Centre, Braddon. Tickets $25 available from trybooking.com.
12:09 PM This week we have only one double pass to see Australian hip-hop artist Hau Latukefu .
12:08 PM Canberra Times and Fairfax Media photographer Rohan Thomson has been awarded a Young Walkley for his photography and video work.
12:07 PM Plan a musical night out.
11:43 AM A car has rolled onto its side in a two-car crash on Macarthur Avenue in O'Connor.
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Ruth Liew 5:46 AM Former prime minister Julia Gillard says we are still driven by cultural stereotypes that must be challenged.
Michael Inman 11:47 PM The construction union allegedly discussed price-fixing in the Canberra scaffolding sector during enterprise bargaining talks, the royal commission has heard.
Michael Inman 11:39 PM Charging organiser John Lomax with blackmail for asking for a pay rise a dangerous precedent for Australian industrial relations, the construction union says.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra teacher charged with child grooming offences has appeared in a Sydney court.