Inner North

Inner north dogs off the leash

Canberra Times - News - July 12 2014
Camille Goodman of Lyneham with her dog Digger at the opening of new off-leash dog park in O?Connor.
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Matthew Raggatt The dogs of the inner north can now run free

Three women groped, indecently assaulted in Canberra's inner north

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Henry Belot A man who allegedly groped and indecently assaulted three women in Canberra’s inner north on Wednesday morning has been arrested

Public servants snub paid parking in the Parliamentary Triangle

The first day of paid parking caused problems for public servant Emilie
Rohan, who was forced to call the help line when the parking machine ate her coins.

Henry Belot Public servants beware: there is no grace period with the introduction of pay parking in the parliamentary triangle.

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Cyclist hit by truck in inner north

A cyclist has been taken to hospital after being hit by a truck on Anzac Parade in Reid.

Tuesday and Thursdays and burglary days in inner north

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Police have noticed a pattern in a series of burglaries from underground carparks in the inner north.

Inner north, Gungahlin among nation's most charitable

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Hamish Boland-Rudder Residents of Gungahlin are among the most generous in Australia, as the ACT comes out on top of a list of the most charitable jurisdictions in the country, according to a new report released on...

Inner north hit by spike in thefts

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Ewa Kretowicz CANBERRA'S inner north has been a hot spot for theft as the rest of the territory experienced a sharp decline in crime, according to the most recent ACT Policing statistics.

THE SMOKE: Inner north residents told to stay indoors after late wind change

Residents across the inner north were urged to stay indoors last night as fears resumed that toxic gases from a Mitchell factory fire could cover the city.

Fight at Monkey Bar nightclub in Civic

Monkey bar fight: A screenshot of the CCTV footage.

Police seek help to identify up to 20 Canberra nightclub brawlers.

Rise in teen deaths blights drownings data

Olympians Cate Campbell and Matt Cowdrey give kids at the Tuggeranong pool a few tips.

Natasha Boddy Drowning deaths rose among 15 to 24-year-olds last year, but drownings in children under five were their lowest level in nearly two decades.

Community service for Civic bashing

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Michael Inman A Canberra man who bashed and kicked a Civic reveller unconscious has been sentenced to 80 hours community service work.

Telstra to launch free-trial of Wi-Fi network in Civic this summer

Troubleshooting home wi-fi issues is a matter or trial and error.

Henry Belot Canberrans will be spoilt for free internet access in Civic this summer as Telstra launches a free-trial of their national Wi-Fi network from November.

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New research highlights strangeness of the Australian Water Dragon

Ian Warden Perhaps it's because the world of human behaviour is so shocking that this column turns so often to topics of blameless wildlife.

Catanzariti construction death: Prosecutors criticised over delays

Christopher Knaus Prosecutors have been criticised over their handling of the high-profile Ben Catanzariti construction death case.

National Capital Exhibition tells Canberra's story

Emma Kelly The year was 1963 and Queen Elizabeth was set to celebrate Canberra's 50th birthday by inaugurating the new lake. But there was one problem.

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Legal firm Norton Rose Fulbright to close Canberra office

Legal.

Phillip Thomson Norton Rose Fulbright plans to continue servicing federal clients from Sydney and Melbourne when its Civic office closes this year.

Lake Burley Griffin bridge builder Brian MacLeod relives the good old days

 Former foreman fitter Brian MacLeod by the Kings Avenue bridge, he worked on both the Kings Avenue and Commonwealth Avenue during their construction.  Brian aged 81 still rides around Lake Burley Griffin every fortnight.

David Ellery It was late in 1959 and Brian MacLeod had just travelled down to Canberra from Darwin to visit his ailing dad.

Auction Watch: Cook home fails to sell; Red Hill house goes for $3.4m

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Julieanne Strachan It may have been grand final Saturday, but that didn't stop keen home buyers turning out in significant numbers around the ACT.

Twilight market shines at new airport location

Mitch Thompson and Mel Rowland, from Aprils Caravans.

Georgina Connery Crowds came in droves to check out Hustle & Scout and The Forage twilight markets on Saturday.