Latest ACT News
David Ellery 4:20 PM Sir Peter Cosgrove says his Lone Pine hospice sapling is doomed to die.
Christopher Knaus 4:08 PM Police say Rebels bikies found with sawn-off shotguns were planning revenge for drive-by shooting in March.
Emma Kelly 4:00 PM Canberrans have woken to sub-zero temperatures this week with the run of cold mornings set to keep early birds struggling to roll out of bed.
Phillip Thomson 3:48 PM $400/sqm in Canberra versus $200/sqm in Wagga, but the bureaucrats want nothing to do with it.
Lisa Martin 3:10 PM Forget stopping the boats: the immigration department is stopping onesies at work.
Emma Kelly 2:16 PM Almost $15 million will fund a major upgrade of the ACT's emergency radio communications network over the next three years.
9:57 AM Four ANU scientists are among the Australian Academy of Science's newest fellows.
9:21 AM Police say every room except the laundry, bathroom and toilet housed cannabis plants.
7:43 AM The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
11:53 PM Firefighters were called to a house on Holder Street in Turner and arrived to find the house well alight.
10:13 PM A gelato shop in Weston was closed by a flood on Sunday afternoon.
Ross Peake 11:45 PM ACT Liberal Zed Seselja called on Sunday for a referendum on same sex marriage, before Prime Minister Tony Abbott ruled out holding the national vote.
Ross Peake 11:45 PM The embattled Department of Parliamentary Services is expected to be questioned at Senate Estimates on Monday (may25) about the $108 million security upgrade at Parliament House.
Natasha Boddy 12:01 AM The ACT government will open 18 new public hospital beds to relieve the strain on the territory's health system as part of a $40.6 million funding boost over the next four years to improve hospital capacity in the territory.
Ross Peake 11:45 PM Luxury townhouses to be built on site of former embassy
Christopher Knaus 11:30 PM Fears of inhumane and degrading treatment in Polish prisons were not enough to prevent Pawel Francuziak's extradition.
Primrose Riordan 11:30 PM The revolve records vinyl record fair has found a cozy new home at the recently renovated Old Canberra Inn, and it plans to stay.
Primrose Riordan 7:40 PM The ACT council of the aged believe the latest figures on elder abuse in the ACT are understated, and believe there is a huge amount of abuse of elderly people going on, particularly financial abuse. They are doing a new study to find out more.
Natasha Rudra Thousands of Aussies have flocked to Eurovision - but just a few years ago it was unheard of.
Natasha Boddy The friendship between a tattooist and a breast cancer survivor seems an unlikely one.