Teenagers arrested for throwing rocks at cars at Emu Bank, Belconnen

Police have arrested two young people for throwing rocks at cars in Belconnen.

Belconnen roads among most dangerous in Canberra

The roundabout at the intersection of Barton Hwy, Gundaroo Drive, and William Slim Drive in Gungahlin.

Mark Sawa Most casualty crashes in Belconnen are at intersections. The suburb is among the most dangerous in Canberra for road accidents.

Mr Fluffy list leak potential privacy breach

Emma Macdonald Mr Fluffy homeowners appear to have been targeted by a firm offering property valuations in a potential privacy breach which may have seen the list of Mr Fluffy addresses accessed by a commercial...

Greens put faith in coalition deal to hold line on woodland protection

Greens MLA  Shane Rattenbury.

John Thistleton ACT government no longer has Commonwealth oversight for environmental approvals.

Public servants invade Yarralumla and board busses to escape paid parking

Henry Belot It only took a day for savvy public servants to find a loop hole in the paid parking regime thanks to treasured yet makeshift car parks on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.

Police seek help to find missing Canberra teen

Patrick Farnham was reported missing from his home in Giralang on Thursday morning.

ACT Police are calling on Canberrans to help find a missing teenager.

Canberra Arts Diary for week beginning October 3

Your guide to the best visual and performance arts happenings in the national capital.

Capital Football: Belconnen United v ACTAS

SPORT:  Belconnen United v ACTAS in the Capital Football National Premier League grand final at McKellar Park, Canberra. From left, Belconnen United player Madelyn Whittall and ACTAS player Samantha Roff. 14th September 2014 . Photo by Melissa Adams of The Canberra Times.

Belconnen United v ACTAS in the Capital Football National Premier League grand final at McKellar Park, Canberra

Belconnen United vs ACTAS

Belconnen United took on ACTAS at McKellar Park in the Capital Football National Premier League grand final.

Local Soccer: Belconnen United v Cooma Tigers


Belconnen took on Cooma in the National Premier League qualifying final at McKellar.

About town: Commit No Nuisance at La De Da Belconnen

Digby Tomes of Phillip, Pete MacLeod of Lyneham and Mahalia Gensen of Ainslie.

Photos by Jay Cronan Commit No Nuisance hosted street art and illustration playoffs at Belconnen cocktail bar La De Da.

Woman convicted of helping Belconnen knife attacker

ACT Supreme Court

Natasha Boddy A woman has been found guilty of disposing of a knife her partner used to repeatedly stab a man at a busy Belconnen bus stop.

Men used social media app to abduct and rape woman at Belconnen

Ajitpal Singh.

Michael Inman Two men have been found guilty of using a social media app to abduct and rape a woman in Canberra's north last year.

Belconnen man faces court for sexual assault after using fake Facebook account

Charged: Billy Tamawiwy is accused of using a fake Facebook profile to have sex with another man.

Michael Inman A Belconnen man alleged to have created a fake Facebook profile of a young woman to commit a sexual assault against another man has been refused bail.

Young Korean man's body found in Belconnen pond

Flowers left at a Belconnen pond.

Ben Westcott Police are investigating the death of a 22-year-old Korean man, who was found dead in a Belconnen pond on Tuesday, September 2.

Hundreds evacuated after fire at Belconnen High School

Students and staff were evacuated from the Belconnen High School after a fire.

Henry Belot Up to 450 students and staff evacuated from Belconnen High School after a faulty electric switchboard caused a fire.

Belconnen library child molester to serve extra three years minimum jail

scales of justice

Christopher Knaus Prosecutors successfully appeal sentence of man who molested a three-year-old girl in Belconnen library.

Harsher sentence for Belconnen library molester welcomed by child protection campaigners

Christopher Knaus A harsher sentence for a man who molested a three-year-old at the Belconnen Library has been welcomed by child protection campaigners.

Man caught smearing faeces on play equipment in Belconnen park

The children's play area at John Knight Memorial Park.

Christopher Knaus A court has told a homeless man who smeared faeces on a Belconnen playground he should have used nearby McDonald's toilets or, in the ''worst-case scenario'', a bush.

West Belconnen Warriors v Queanbeyan Blues

West Belconnen Warriors v Queanbeyan Blues