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Megan Gorrey 5:29 PM Police have released images of three men they would like to speak with in relation to an assault on a woman at a Civic nightspot last month.
Simon Weaving 4:23 PM Samba director tells Simon Weaving why his latest film explores the "touchy subject" of immigrants in modern France.
Ian Warden 2:53 PM The Great War took so many hitherto comfortable men out of their comfort zones.
Kirsten Lawson 2:46 PM The Canberra Labor Club group made a $770,000 loss in the last financial year on the back of a $2.5 million donation to the Labor Party vehicle, the 1973 Foundation.
Ron Cerabona 2:35 PM What's on in Canberra this weekend.
Jil Hogan 2:01 PM Your guide to what's going on around the capital this weekend.
Sasha Grishin 11:38 AM A new and updated edition proves a fitting companion to the NPG's collection.
Megan Gorrey and Georgina Connery 11:35 AM Canberrans can expect warmer and wetter weather than usual for the rest of autumn, so pack the brolly for Easter - just in case.
Michael Inman 11:06 AM A former Catholic priest has been acquitted of molesting a young girl in the kitchen of his Braddon home. But Father Edward Evans still faces a series of other charges that he abused the girl at his home and at Cooleman Court on another occasion in the 1990s.
9:49 AM Emergency services commissioner announces the end of the ACT bushfire season.
9:31 AM Teens allegedly used a stolen credit card to buy sporting equipment and DVDs in a "shopping spree".
9:18 AM The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
Megan Gorrey 11:45 PM Women from the University of Canberra have banded together to raise awareness of assault and put a stop to victim blaming after two violent campus attacks within a week.
Tom McIlroy 11:45 PM Canberra-based doctors do not support a proposed medical marijuana scheme for the ACT, representatives of the Australian Medical Association told a Legislative Assembly committee.
Noel Towell 11:45 PM The weathermen and women at the Bureau of Meteorology look set to take their pay dispute to the nation’s airwaves, reading out protest messages during radio weather forecasts
Michael Inman 8:20 PM Evidence from a residential advisor at an Australian National University dormitory has contradicted the version of events of a student who alleges she was raped in an on-campus room.
Michael Inman 7:23 PM A former Catholic priest accused of molesting a friend's daughter told police the girl was always looking for love.
Ron Cerabona 11:45 PM How did Mr and Mrs Bennet come to be married? Emma Wood explores this question in her theatrical precursor to Pride and Prejudice.