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Kirsten Lawson 8:01 PM 'I'm going to be involved in the arboretum till the day I die whether they want me to or not'
7:53 PM Greens Minister Shane Rattenbury has questioned increases in government subsidies for Canberrans switching from wood fires to gas heating, breaking ranks with Labor cabinet colleagues.
Alexandra Back, Katie Burgess 7:44 PM Urban renewal on multiple fronts throughout Canberra has been at the expense of the older parts of Civic.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy 7:25 PM The union movement believes the Liberals are "winning the referendum" on light rail.
David Ellery 5:52 PM Rumours a CFMEU organiser was on the take were circulating in Canberra almost a year ago union royal commission told.
Christopher Knaus 5:22 PM Tributes flow for world-class gymnast who was swept off rocks on NSW South Coast on Sunday.
Noel Towell 3:14 PM Canberra mandarins quite pleased with themselves, survey finds. Rank-and-file not so sure.
Phillip Thomson 2:18 PM London Circuit building cleared out by emergency workers.
Christopher Knaus 12:26 PM Little girl watched as father stuck his fingers up her mother's nose, wrenched her head back, and struck her repeatedly.
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Emma Macdonald 12:03 AM The ACT Government has released its demolition schedule for Mr Fluffy homes over the next three years.
Michael Inman 10:39 PM A NSW police constable will be paid $1.225 million after he suffered mental illness from a horror high-speed smash on Canberra Avenue. But the court battle over who pays continues.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM Canberra Services Club offer to buy RUC Barton site to go to a vote
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Timeliness so far and the sheer scale of the project gives no confidence that the houses will come down as planned
Tom McIlroy 9:02 PM The Greens preselection is to take place in November, with former Assembly members looking set to run again.
8:48 PM Blues rock band Black Sorrows will be the main act next year as the National Multicultural Festival in Canberra celebrates its 20th birthday.
Megan Gorrey 12:05 AM Prosecutors could use fresh evidence to retry people who have been acquitted of serious crimes under proposed changes to the ACT's double jeopardy laws.
Clare Colley 8:15 PM The "driving force" behind the creation of the National Portrait Gallery, Leonard Gordon Darling, has died aged 94.
David Ellery 8:15 PM The Department of Defence is giving away two nuclear bombers which, at one time, would have cost the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM An Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report recommends midwives should ask expectant mothers a set of nationally harmonised questions about their safety and domestic violence.
Michael Inman The ACT Court of Appeal has granted Aleksander Vojneski leave to appeal his conviction for the murder of Paula Conlon.
Michael Inman A Canberra motorist was allegedly on drugs and over the speed limit when he struck an elderly pedestrian who died of her injuries, a jury has been told.