Latest ACT News
David Ellery 2:42 PM Sydney builder stands by claims of paying for 'ghost memberships' so his company could work in Canberra.
Lesley Russell 2:20 PM Currently 14 per cent of Australians are aged 65 and over and by 2050 these older Australians will make up a quarter of the population.
Phillip Thomson 2:18 PM London Circuit building cleared out by emergency workers.
Christopher Knaus 12:26 PM Little girl watched as father stuck his fingers up her mother's nose, wrenched her head back, and struck her repeatedly.
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Emma Macdonald 12:03 AM The ACT Government has released its demolition schedule for Mr Fluffy homes over the next three years.
Michael Inman 10:39 PM A NSW police constable will be paid $1.225 million after he suffered mental illness from a horror high-speed smash on Canberra Avenue. But the court battle over who pays continues.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM Canberra Services Club offer to buy RUC Barton site to go to a vote
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Timeliness so far and the sheer scale of the project gives no confidence that the houses will come down as planned
Tom McIlroy 9:02 PM The Greens preselection is to take place in November, with former Assembly members looking set to run again.
8:48 PM Blues rock band Black Sorrows will be the main act next year as the National Multicultural Festival in Canberra celebrates its 20th birthday.
Megan Gorrey 12:05 AM Prosecutors could use fresh evidence to retry people who have been acquitted of serious crimes under proposed changes to the ACT's double jeopardy laws.
Clare Colley 8:15 PM The "driving force" behind the creation of the National Portrait Gallery, Leonard Gordon Darling, has died aged 94.
David Ellery 8:15 PM The Department of Defence is giving away two nuclear bombers which, at one time, would have cost the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM An Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report recommends midwives should ask expectant mothers a set of nationally harmonised questions about their safety and domestic violence.
Michael Inman 7:23 PM The ACT Court of Appeal has granted Aleksander Vojneski leave to appeal his conviction for the murder of Paula Conlon.
Michael Inman 5:50 PM A Canberra motorist was allegedly on drugs and over the speed limit when he struck an elderly pedestrian who died of her injuries, a jury has been told.
Clare Sibthorpe 11:30 PM Leslie Ion is back on the Fun Run circuit 30 years later.
4:38 PM The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
Megan Gorrey 4:35 PM Police say man who allegedly covered unit in fuel could have started "catastrophic explosion" or deadly blaze.
Katie Burgess 11:30 PM A collection of conversations, letters and photographs from more than 300 women tell the story of World War II on the homefront in a new book from author Jacqueline Dinan.
Offender used a hammer to force his way into the Spence service station.