Latest ACT News
1:53 PM A car crash on William Hovell Drive Friday afternoon has blocked city-bound traffic leaving west Belconnen.
1:38 PM How closely have you been paying attention to the news this week?
11:44 AM A car and a motorcycle collided on Melrose Drive on Friday morning.
9:45 AM The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
9:43 AM More than 60 residents have been evacuated from a nursing home in Lyneham after workers damaged a gas main.
Liam Mannix and Marissa Calligeros 6:42 AM Missing teenage jogger found in Bendigo
Emma Macdonald 11:41 PM The ACT government has signed a variation on the Territory Plan for the University of Canberra to proceed with its estimated $1 billion campus redevelopment.
Henry Belot and Emma Kelly 10:33 PM An 18-year-old former Radford College student who disappeared while jogging near Bendigo on Wednesday afternoon has been found alive by police.
Michael Inman and Emma Kelly 9:55 PM Another witness at the Royal Commission into Trade Unions was arrested in Canberra on Wednesday.
Kimberley Le Lievre 9:46 PM Nominations are now open for the Fred Hollows humanity award to recognise year 6 students who show care and compassion in their everyday lives.
Noel Towell 9:16 PM Synchrotron rejects union allegations that workers were threatened
Henry Belot 11:30 PM Close to 90 percent of car accidents with animals on ACT roads last year involved kangaroos, with most accidents occurring during July and August.
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Michael Koundouris is fighting a rectification order issued by the ACT government over leaks in a Turner apartment building, in a case believed to be the most time-consuming on record in the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
Henry Belot 7:58 PM A 13-year-old boy is in hospital with serious injuries after a hit-and-run outside a school in north Canberra on Thursday morning, police say.
Megan Doherty 11:30 PM Canberra woman Anne-Sophie Hermann will be speaking at the National Library of Australia on Friday at 12.30pm about the foundation she co-founded, Buk Bilong Pikinini (books for children), which has opened 17 libraries across Papua New Guinea.
7:37 PM Competition watchdog starts investigation into alleged cartel conduct in Canberra's construction industry.
Eleanor Mackay 11:30 PM To design your own jewellery and have it available for wear straight away seems futuristic, but this week that expectation became reality at the University of Canberra.
Lin Yin 11:30 PM Imagine if you needed to ask for help, but couldn't speak, write, point, or control your hands. How would you communicate?
Eleanor Mackay 6:54 PM Students at Torrens Primary School, along with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects and University of Canberra architecture students, have designed a new school courtyard.
Natasha Rudra 6:11 PM The story of six boys who were locked in an apartment for years.
Emma Macdonald 5:40 PM Queanbeyan City Council will defer rates and some essential services payments for homes affected by Mr Fluffy.
Christopher Knaus 5:12 PM Opposition to a new Woolworths at Giralang continues four years after redevelopment approval.
Dan Bigna 3:47 PM For a long time Tilley's hosted great touring acts: here's hoping it becomes a performance space once again.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM Not every eligible man yet to enlist was a cowardly milksop, Broken Hill's Barrier Miner growled 100 years ago today.
Henry Belot Police treating fire that destroyed a refuge house in Narrabundah as suspicious.
About 230 students have been evacuated from Kaleen High School after a fire started in a toilet block.