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Christopher Knaus 10:23 PM A complainant against Father Edward Evans stood by her claims during cross-examination on Thursday.
Michael Inman 10:21 PM Murder victim Terrence Freebody bled to death from multiple knife wounds on the dining room floor of his neighbour's Red Hill home, trial hears.
Henry Belot 11:30 PM Health specialists in Canberra’s hospitals donned protective gear on Thursday morning to prepare for the unlikely outbreak of Ebola in the ACT.
Peter Martin 8:35 PM Australians are leaving NSW in greater numbers than they are arriving.
Michael Inman 11:30 PM The new policy would prioritise workers' rehabilitation, and keep their jobs for when they returned.
Clare Colley 7:45 PM One of the stars of the National Zoo and Aquarium's Jamala Wildlife Lodge has been reluctant to say hello to visitors until now.
Christopher Knaus and Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM The federal government’s decision not to inflict savage cuts on legal aid services has been widely welcomed as a win for vulnerable Canberrans, including victims of domestic violence.
6:58 PM A medical imaging centre in Deakin has been forced to evacuate twice after a mystery odour.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM Readers! Prepare to have you heart (and all those other normally hard-to-reach giblets as well) warmed by this story.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM Men (like this columnist) who love their teddy bears are probably the sanest, safest people on Earth but 100 years ago this week, Melbourne's Punch reported someone finding a teddy lover alarmingly bonkers.
Arne Sjostedt 3:13 PM If you thought Thredbo was only for skiing, think again.
11:22 AM Emergency services have cut a woman out of her car and transported her and another patient to hospital after a crash on Kingsford Smith Drive in Melba on Thursday morning.
Natasha Rudra 11:05 AM Your guide to what's going on around the capital this weekend.
Henry Belot 10:56 AM Canberra based violinist and film director Christopher Latham will spend his next four years as an Anzac Fellow researching the music and art of World War I.
9:34 AM The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
Kirsten Lawson 9:24 AM Chief Minister Andrew Barr is holding out the threat of selling the ACTION bus network if he can't achieve the reforms he wants.
Dan Bigna 11:00 PM The demise of outlets such as Electric Shadows and Smith's Alternative reflects the sad state of Canberra's non-mainstream arts.