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Ian Warden 11:45 PM When you weary of the feeble intellectual challenge of Scrabble why not play N+7?
Ian Warden 11:45 PM One hundred years ago this week the jingoism-resistant Brisbane Worker ran Arthur Guiterman's new verse about the saintliness of the Great War's nurses.
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM They've smashed their cars into light poles, mounted curbs in the city's centre, uprooted trees and been spied as they staggered back behind the wheel.
Michael Inman 11:30 PM A Canberra man who stole $360 during two knifepoint robberies has been jailed for almost four years.
Primrose Riordan Despite the downer weather, Canberrans cycled, gardened, walked their pups and picniced through Christmas Day.
Henry Belot 11:45 PM Retailers across the ACT are hoping Canberrans spend big at Boxing Day sales to counter the worst retail growth prediction in Australia thanks to low consumer confidence.
A Kambah house has been damaged by a fire in its living room on Christmas Eve.
Christmas has come early for one incredibly lucky Canberra family who now have 30 million reasons to celebrate.
With temperatures expected to stay warm for the rest of the week, ACT Health is urging people to stay safe in the heat this festive season.
Police said they seized 285 1.5 gram packets of synthetic marijuana during a raid on the Butts N Brew store in Calwell on Wednesday.
Primrose Riordan While the perpetrator is yet to surface, colleagues of former Canberra public servant and Kris Kringle disaster victim have reached out to say they regret the affair.
8:00 PM What's on in Canberra's art scene.
Ross Peake Public servants' annual days off at risk from hardline approach to pay negotiations, says the union.
Luca Lombardo 11:45 PM For many, running a marathon is a one-time achievement, a bucket list wish or the target of a New Year’s resolution. But for Chris Gamble, a Canberra marathon runner, distance running is a way of life.
Michael Inman A leading NSW anti-corruption figure has been appointed to hear David Harold Eastman’s bid to avoid a retrial.
Henry Belot Despite losing funding for a long-running migrant English program, the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) hopes to find new roles for staff.
Primrose Riordan and Luca Lombardo Police urge safe holiday driving after a Canberra teen escaped a fatal collision when speeding over a rail crossing.
Tom McIlroy and Primrose Riordan The Gambling and Racing Commission has cleared the way for Canberra's declining casino to be bought out by Hong Kong billionaire Tony Fung.