Ross Peake Work is about to begin on several projects for the revamp of Woden town centre including the long overdue construction of a new bus interchange.
Sally Pryor A meditative portrait of love and loss in a teeming metropolis has won a major prize at the National Portrait Gallery.
Michael Inman Teen who fractured man's skull in one-punch assault had two previous convictions for violence.
David Ellery Travel advertisements from a century ago, with their heavy emphasis on ships and trains, are clear proof of just how much the world has changed.
Henry Belot Police seek answers to an assault at the Academy Nightclub in Civic on August 10 that left a man hospitalised.
Jil Hogan The Canberra Youth Theatre wants you to take a plunge into the unknown.
Jack Waterford The assassination of Assistant Commissioner Colin Winchester as he arrived home in Deakin in January 1989 was one of the most audacious in Australian history.
Tom McIlroy and Kirsten Lawson ACT Attorney-General Simon Corbell would not say on Friday if freed prisoner David Eastman was receiving assistance from the government while on bail.
Christopher Knaus 25 years after the murder he was convicted for took place David Harold Eastman will learn his fate.
David Eastman learns today whether he will be freed from prison after being jailed for the 1989 murder of ACT police chief Colin Stanley Winchester.
For the past 19 years David Eastman has tried to have his conviction quashed.
The ACT has recorded its fourth measles case this year, with a person diagnosed with the contagious illness on Friday.
Photos by Jay Cronan Commit No Nuisance hosted street art and illustration playoffs at Belconnen cocktail bar La De Da.
Megan Gorrey After more than two decades at the centre of the ACT's most notorious crime, David Eastman made a surprisingly subdued exit from behind bars.
Christopher Knaus A neighbourly fight over a car park, of all things, set David Eastman on the fateful path to life behind bars.
David Ellery Kostka (aka John) Chute, a serial paedophile Marist brother was given accommodation by the church close to three schools on his release from prison in 2010.
David Ellery Canberrans have outperformed the rest of Australia in the ballot for places at the 2015 Gallipoli Anzac Day Dawn Service.
Fleta Page More than 1200 people, most of whom were ACT school leavers, received offers to study at the University of Canberra and Australian National University in the Universities Admissions Centre early...
Ross Peake About 1000 people will be working on polling booths in Canberra on Saturday to ensure the election goes smoothly.
Erika Bacon Weekend brunch is possibly one of our favourite things to do. Here is some of Canberra's best.