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Megan Gorrey 9:46 PM They toted Australian flags, small children and eskies full of beer as they rolled out the pinic rugs in the front yard of Parliament House.
Georgia Wilkins 12:15 AM Consumer group Choice and victims of the Commonwealth Bank financial planning scandal have expressed fresh concerns over the handling of a bank-run compensation scheme, saying many potential victims have been left out and fresh questions were raised about its independence.
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM Service providers will be called to tender for the ACT government's newly restructured strategy for care of children living out of home, as efforts to deal with increasing demand and fewer foster carers in the Canberra community begin.
Natasha Boddy 11:30 PM Calvary Health Care ACT has revealed plans to build a new 100-bed private hospital on its Bruce campus.
Emma Kelly 12:30 AM A decade of innovation has transformed countless lives, including her own.
Clare Colley 11:30 PM While the rest of Canberra celebrates Australia Day, retired police officer Blen McInnes will be thinking of the seven victims of the Woden flood and his role in the rescue effort on January 26, 1971.
Clare Colley 12:30 AM Professor John Freney's research into the optimal soil conditions for rice production changed lives in south east Asia.
John Thistleton 10:25 AM Police confiscate rider's Harley Davidson at Yass.
Anne Davies The western promenade at Barangaroo is to be planted with a non-Australian tree species that has been classified as a weed.
Kimberley Granger Hugh Jackman is expected to fly in to Canberra for the announcement of Australian of the Year. Wife and adoption campaigner Deborra-lee Furness visited the James Turrell exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia on Saturday.
Ron Cerabona The award-winning production of "Sweet Charity" is coming to Canberra. Here's a sneak preview.
Kimberley Granger History buffs have gathered from across Australia and the world to attend Cancon, a miniature gaming convention in Canberra.
Georgina Connery Six same-sex couples have legally tied the knot in the past six months in Canberra.
Ben Westcott On Australia Day, there will be a range of events across the day from the morning in Commonwealth Park, with kids rides and face-painting, through to a fireworks display at night on Lake Burley Griffin.
Matthew Raggatt Universities have warned students against trying to slip another's work past them.
Kimberley Granger A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Canberra and the region.