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9:35 AM There will be a number of roads closed during Sunday's Canberra Times Fun Run as joggers hit the road and the pavement.
9:32 AM The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
Emma Kelly 8:20 AM ACT government introduces restrictions on times tickets and scratchies can be sold in Canberra.
Tom McIlroy 6:49 AM About 17 buildings in the Northbourne public housing precinct will be registered for heritage protection.
Megan Doherty 11:19 PM Canberra's much-loved Christmas Tree is coming out of retirement to be turned into a potential world-beater.
Noel Towell 11:30 PM Marriage vows are one thing, but the public service Code of Conduct, that's serious.
Megan Gorrey 9:31 PM Young drivers have been urged to fight a fear of missing out by ignoring their mobile phone when they're behind the wheel.
Henry Belot 9:22 PM Greens minister Shane Rattenbury has warned the proposed free trade agreement with China may hurt Canberra interests despite potentially boosting local exports.
Christopher Knaus 8:22 PM Blunder sees alleged violent offender accidentally released from custody.
Clare Sibthorpe 11:30 PM Together they've had 306 birthday cakes (soon to be 307), have lived in Canberra for 136 years and share a lifelong musical passion – meet three of Canberra's oldest women.
Henry Belot 11:30 PM The Australian Medical Association has warned crystal methamphetamine or ice is making the work of doctors more dangerous and called for additional security in hospitals.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman 7:43 PM Lawyers for a speeding driver who hit and killed a woman as she crossed the street have told a jury to not let emotions about the case cloud their deliberations.
'It has made me a better person' - Former Army Chief David Morrison joins Diversity Council Australia
Clare Sibthorpe 11:30 PM Retired Lieutenant General David Morrison will bring enthusiasm as an advocate for gender equality, cultural diversity and LGBTI-inclusion to his new role.
David Ellery 11:30 PM An excited union organiser about to conduct a "safety inspection" was speaking like a man preparing to go into battle the trade union royal commission has heard.
Michael Inman 7:23 PM A former butler to the British High Commissioner to Australia was disgusted and ashamed as he accessed child pornography.
Phillip Thomson, Emma Kelly, Alexandra Back and Katie Burgess 6:51 PM The world's media have been clamouring to hear more of the merino from Mulligan's Flat that was found carrying a massive 40.45-kilogram fleece on its back.
John Thistleton 11:45 PM Canberra Ornithologists Group recognised for conservation of birds.
Peter Wilkins 5:06 PM This well-intended production lacks balance and cohesion and remains a work in progress.
4:53 PM What's on in Canberra's art scene
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM The board of Brindabella Christian College has announced a review of the school's operations as parents expressed growing concerns over a lack of transparency and consultation in key school decisions.
Scott Hannaford 11:30 PM One in three arriving at hospital after attempting suicide is receiving no mental health follow-up care.
John Thistleton 11:45 PM On this day in 1965.