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Kirsten Lawson 11:59 PM Fluffy owners who stay in their homes will have to inform every visitor about the status of their home.
Megan Gorrey 10:07 PM Every person among the crowd that gathered in Commonwealth Park on Wednesday night had been touched by domestic or family violence.
Ron Cerabona 9:45 PM A new festival explores the links between performance in Australia and Europe.
9:12 PM About Town: Scenes opening night of Le Noir - the Dark Side of Cirque at the Canberra Theatre Centre.
Megan Gorrey 8:23 PM Hundreds of mourners who gathered to remember Jarreth Newman signalled to his parents their son had just begun to make his mark on the world, in the best possible way.
Tom McIlroy 7:54 PM Voters who supported Labor and the Greens at the 2012 territory election understood a light rail line for Canberra was central to both party's policies, Capital Metro Minister Simon Corbell said on Wednesday.
Christopher Knaus 7:41 PM David Eastman will fight a judge's decision not to remove himself from determining whether a second trial for the murder of ACT police chief Colin Stanley Winchester will go ahead.
Georgina Connery 3:44 PM Resident's frustrations fuel calls for faster progress on the construction of a second petrol station in Weston Creek.
Georgina Connery 3:41 PM The annual Karinya House Mother's Day Ball will raise money for a new purpose-built facility which will offer twice as many pregnant and parenting women in crisis accommodation and support services.
Finbar O'Mallon 3:28 PM Police caught more than 150 drivers failing to stop or give way at intersections across Canberra in April and issued 100 fines.
Christopher Knaus 2:53 PM Gun-wielding Canberra man who trapped ex-lover in home says there's been a miscarriage of justice.
Emma Kelly 1:01 PM Resorts in the Snowy Mountains could see up to half a metre of snow in the next week, but Perisher is getting ahead.
11:27 AM About 20 people were evacuated from a building as a result of the leak, caused by a workman.
Kirsten Lawson 11:17 AM ACT Planning Minister Mick Gentleman gave the green light on Tuesday to a controversial high-density housing development in Downer, with 300 townhouses and apartments to be built on the site of the former Downer primary school.
Primrose Riordan 11:12 AM New owners of the Hills in Hollywood brand have taken over the troubled Fyshwick bridal store and moved locations.
11:04 AM Who's playing where in the ACT this week.
8:05 AM A man has died after crashing his motorcycle into the back of a car on Tuesday night.
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Kirsten Lawson A senior Aboriginal health official has called for an independent inquiry into the bashing of Steven Freeman, who was left in a coma and possibly with a permanent brain injury after just two to three hours on remand in the ACT prison last week.
Primrose Riordan Calvary Hospital called its caterers in for meetings on Tuesday as relatives issued warnings patients were receiving sub-standard meals late, leaving their health at risk.
James Massola and Finbar O'Mallon Reserve Bank's decision to cut cash rates to record lows welcomed by Canberra home owners.
Clare Colley Environment Minister Simon Corbell wants industry players to come forward with their ideas for projects to generate up to 50 megawatts of electricity.
Hannah Moore Canberrans will be encouraged to open their doors and wallets at the end of the month to donate to the Salvation Army's Red Shield Appeal, now in its 50th year.
Tom McIlroy The opposition will call on the ACT government to delay signing contracts for Canberra's light rail line until after the 2016 territory election.