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Megan Gorrey 3:47 PM Residential property values in the ACT rose by much less than most Australian capital cities, increasing by just 2.4 per cent in the year to June.
Tom McIlroy 3:12 PM $800m light rail line and Mr Fluffy asbestos buyback scheme in the sights of ACT auditor-general.
Megan Gorrey 3:01 PM Thick fog which blanketed Canberra on Wednesday morning should give way to clear skies and freezing mornings on the weekend.
Michael Inman 2:59 PM Armed robber already serving an 11 year sentence, gets another 16 years and ordered to pay back $30,000.
Kerry-Anne Cousins 12:16 PM Bilk Gallery is hosting a show of beautifully crafted miniature ceramic artworks, writes Kerry-Anne Cousins.
Kirsten Lawson, Meredith Clisby 8:40 AM Mr Fluffy asbestos reaches into Canberra's most prestigious streets, devastating some areas of the city.
8:19 AM Traffic, weather, top stories and today's cartoon in one click.
Kirsten Lawson 5:00 AM Dirk Jansen's business installed asbestos insulation door to door, bringing a big hit to some streets and suburbs.
Markus Mannheim 8:55 PM On Wednesday, the government will relinquish control over recruitment and hand responsibility back to agency heads.
Clare Colley 8:36 PM The ACT government has released its first economic overview of the arts, to inform its future support of the sector.
8:17 PM These are the answers to some of the key questions about the publication of the affected Mr Fluffy homes' list.
Tom McIlroy 5:00 AM Access to empty homes is restricted and the incentive for unauthorised entry is minimised, including through destruction of fixtures and any valuable items.
Kirsten Lawson 5:00 AM As NSW struggles to even locate its Mr Fluffy asbestos properties, the ACT has one big advantage.
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM From a classroom in the Philippines a group of smiling children have crooned their way onto stages across Asia, Europe, the United States, and now Canberra.
Clare Colley 11:30 PM On year into the NDIS, ACT residents who transitioned to the scheme are less satisfied than many of their interstate counterparts.
Christopher Knaus 11:30 PM Thirteen of 147 animals and birds removed from an overcrowded site in Banks have had to be euthanised.
Christopher Knaus 7:45 PM Mother said she didn't think much of it at first because of her daughter's young age.
Kirsten Lawson 5:00 AM Health authorities reassure visitors to Fluffy houses that there's 'not a lot to worry about'.
Christopher Knaus 7:42 PM A young woman with mental health issues has been accused of a disturbance at Centrelink on Monday.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM Victor Trumper was such a great batsman that he was always hitting the bowling for five. Yes, five.
Noel Towell 11:45 PM PM&C public servants get "significantly better offer" as bosses try to break deadlock.
Noel Towell 5:38 PM Delays expected at all major airports on Wednesday morning as part of industrial action.