Inner North

Artist Chenoeh Miller chosen as fringe festival director

 Fringe Festival lead producer Chenoeh Miller.

Tom McIlroy Canberra's controversial Fringe Festival has a new lead producer.

Inner north dogs off the leash

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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


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

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


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.

Canberra woman Gemma Barnes injured in Bolivian bus crash that killed Kurt Steel

Canberra's Gemma Barnes was injured in the Bolivian bus crash in which ACT political staffer Kurt Steel was killed.

Megan Gorrey A Canberra man who died in a bus crash while part-way through a holiday with friends in Bolivia has been remembered as a special man.

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Mr Fluffy homeowners raise money to help families demolish houses

Kirsten Lawson Hundreds of Mr Fluffy homeowners met on the lawns in front of Old Parliament House on Sunday to launch a fundraiser to help families in Canberra and Queanbeyan.

Community concerns about pay parking at Raiders' former Braddon Club

The Braddon Club.

Tom McIlroy Community concerns about commercial parking rentals on the site of the former Braddon Club have fallen flat inside the ACT Government.

Exile on Childers Street for 'excess' Treasury public servants

The Treasury Building in Parkes on King Edward Terrace.

Noel Towell The 35 public servants who have lost their jobs at Treasury have been sent into offices in Civic.

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Andrew Barr's media adviser Kurt Steel killed in Bolivian bus crash

Canberran Kurt Steel.

Natasha Boddy A popular and respected ACT government media adviser has died in a bus crash while on holidays in Bolivia.

Warning after fake $100 notes used in Dickson

Fraud: Counterfeit $100 notes were used to purchase goods on Friday in Dickson.

Henry Belot A number of counterfeit $100 notes were used to buy goods at three separate stores in Dickson on Friday, leading police to warn Canberrans against potential scammers.

The battle to save Dickson grove in Canberra

Power to the people.

Ross Peake ''Power to the people'' the late, great John Lennon did sing. They were listening extra hard in Canberra reports Ross Peake.

Protest may save threatened Dickson park

Canberrans have been enjoying Dickson Pool for many long, hot summers. Now a small park near the pool is under threat from developers.

Ross Peake A small park at Dickson under threat from bulldozers may be saved after a strong community protest against its imminent destruction.

ACT government rezones land for light rail

Kirsten Lawson The ACT government has lodged an application to rezone seven sites on the light rail route.

Tim the Yowie Man: Winter of discontent

Old timer: The stalwart snowman of Selwyn.

Tim the Yowie Man Tim the Yowie Man can't wait for spring in the wake of the great snowmen hunt during winter.

Circle of life continues for merry-go-round

Civic Merry-Go-Round attendant Tony Dicrescnzo with LEAD manager Jeff Thompson outside the Merry Go Round being repaired at Garema Place.
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Matthew Raggatt Civic's merry-go-round to reopen in time for a spring spin.