Gus McCubbing 12:57pm While most of us are a while away from Yuletide thoughts, for some businesses Christmas is just around the corner.
CHRISTOPHER KNAUS 12:16pm Father and son claim they made citizen's arrests when they beat and bound two youths outside their home.
HENRY BELOT 11:52am Electric bike retailers in the ACT are expecting a boost in sales once Canberrans come to grips with the realities of paid parking and make the most of reforms that allow greater access to higher-powered electric bicycles.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy 2:22pm Residents of Collector and Tarago took their opposition to wind farms to the ACT Assembly on Tuesday.
MARK SAWA 9:40am The workmen who built Canberra after World War have not been properly recorded in the city’s history.
KIMBERLEY GRANGER 9:33am Pedal Power is giving Canberrans the chance to get back on the bike.
KIMBERLEY GRANGER 9:24am Storm season has the ESA spreading the reminder that preparedness reduces risk.
9:20am A 25-year-old Griffith man will face the ACT Magistrates Court on charges of drink-driving and a range of traffic-related offences after being arrested by police in Garran early Tuesday morning.
IAN WARDEN 11:45pm What were Australian gardeners with famous German roses in their gardens to do when, in 1914, we went to war Germany?
IAN WARDEN 11:45pm Those of us who paid nothing for our priceless university educations (thank you, Mr Whitlam) look and listen in horror.
JOHN THISTLETON 11:30pm Two factions at the Harmonie German Club will meet on Tuesday night to try to resolve differences.
TOM MCILROY 11:30pm Some of the world's biggest transport infrastructure companies will consider expressing interest to be involved in the development of Canberra's light rail line, including the joint-venture which operates Melbourne's famous tram network.
NOEL TOWELL 8:51am Golden handshake dreamers might have left it too late, DFAT bosses say.
PRIMROSE RIORDAN 1:36am The ACT and South Australian governments could be in weak position when it comes to negotiating over school chaplain funding, says ANU professor John Warhurst.
HENRY BELOT 8:06pm Territory and Municipal Service workers have removed illegal graffiti from 19,845 locations across the Canberra since January 1 with the directorate allocated $520,000 for graffiti removal this financial year.
CHRISTOPHER KNAUS 7:28pm A father and son were defending themselves and their family home when they used a baseball bat, an unloaded gun and cable ties against aggressive youths, their lawyers argued.
MICHAEL INMAN 4:49pm The getaway driver in two knife-point robberies will spend no time behind bars.
MEGAN GORREY 4:45pm More Canberrans have played sleuth by reporting suspicious activity to Crime Stoppers this year.
NATASHA BODDY 9:43am People using smartphone apps and wearable technology to track their health and fitness, weight loss or bodily functions could be unwittingly handing over some of their most private information to third parties.
A woman has been taken to Calvary Hospital following a kitchen fire in Kaleen.
KIRSTEN LAWSON The Mr Fluffy asbestos buy-back and demolition scheme will be discussed at the highest levels of federal government next week, a spokesman for Employment Minister Eric Abetz has confirmed, and a decision is expected soon after.
FLETA PAGE A Canberra punter is half a million dollars richer after winning a share of the Division One prize pool in the NSW Lotto draw last Saturday.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a two-car crash which has closed Bindubi St in Cook.
FLETA PAGE A person has died on the Hume Highway following a collision between a semi trailer truck and a car near Marulan.
KIRSTEN LAWSON Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has confirmed that the sale of lakefront land in West Basin near Commonwealth Avenue will go ahead, while other parts of the City to the Lake plan are on the backburner for now.
HENRY BELOT Couple who survived a terrifying home invasion on Sunday are shaken but lucky to be alive.
Tom McIlroy and Kirsten Lawson Canberra's light rail line from the city to Gungahlin has received the government's final approval.
KIRSTEN LAWSON After a weekend of announcements from Chief Minister Katy Gallagher, what's left of the grand vision to link Canberra's city to the lake front?
MARKUS MANNHEIM An emergency patient admitted to an ACT ward costs more than twice as much to treat as patients in some states.
EMMA KELLY Bad driving and dodgy parking around ACT schools have disrupted pupils' safe journey to class.
JOHN THISTLETON The Aquabike was first seen in Canberra, so where has it gone? A look back at the odd invention's origins in the nation's capital.
IAN WARDEN One hundred years ago this week Australian parents were naming their male babies Horatio Herbert after Horatio Herbert Kitchener (Lord Kitchener) the Empire hero of the moment.
IAN WARDEN Spring, having waited in ambush all winter, has sprung out on us yet again and the season's manifestations are everywhere.
NATASHA BODDY Calvary Hospital has lost its chief financial officer Wayne Armistead, only a month after the departure of the hospital's chief executive officer.
ROSS PEAKE A citizenship ceremony will be staged this week at Albert Hall – the same venue where the first citizenship ceremony in Australia took place in 1949.
References to 'black babies' and 'Coon cheese' offensive, but not a breach of Racial Discrimination Act: judge
MICHAEL INMAN An Aboriginal public servant experienced co-workers making references to “black babies” and “Coon cheese” at a staff afternoon tea.
TOM MCILROY Land owners continuing their self-described "David and Goliath battle" to stop a $400 million wind farm development.
BEN WESTCOTT A Gundaroo resident who has cared for local wombats for more than 10 years has turned to the community to help raise funds.
MICHAEL INMAN Canberrans can expect the balmy spring conditions to continue this week, with temperatures in the high teens.
JOHN THISTLETON Intruder confronts elderly couple in their home at Bywong, east of Canberra.
PAUL BIBBY A Sydney doctor who prescribed a "destructive" mix of powerful painkillers and anti-depressants to her sick, drug-dependent partner before he died from an overdose, has been banned for 18 months.
PRIMROSE RIORDAN Defence may be looking for fewer young eyes for its units responsible for anti-terrorism and national security than last year, with new figures revealing the department has scaled back their recruitment target.
Anthony Stokman Durras Lake has opened, the whales are migrating back south and the bait should start coming in.
PRIMROSE RIORDAN Senior defence IT staffers say they remain in limbo three years after the department decided to outsource their work.
MEREDITH CLISBY A new report shows that more than 30 per cent of Canberra houses sold for more than their original listing price in the past year.
JULIEANNE STRACHAN The famous strains of Johann Sebastian Bach's music was paired with an unlikely companion on Saturday.
KIMBERLEY GRANGER Serving and retired police officers from across Australia came together in a solemn gesture of commemoration on Saturday.