Inner North

Canberra's seafood orders filled despite Cyclone Ita

Fleta Page Not even Cyclone Ita could get in the way of Canberrans eating prawns this weekend.

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.

Helping hands for all those doing it tough

Communities at Work Care and Share volunteers Ross Houghton and Gary Caitcheon (right) with Yellow Van driver Matthew Montesin (centre) unload a Yellow Van delivery.

Natasha Boddy, Phillip Thomson The rising cost of living has led to a surge in people seeking help from the ACT's welfare sector.

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.

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.

ACT garbage collectors to go on strike

Strike: Garbage collectors will not collect rubbish on Wednesday and Thursday.

Ben Westcott Canberra garbage collectors will go on strike on Wednesday and Thursday next week, in response to stalled negotiations with Sita Australia.

Man accused of threatening to kill police officer faces court


Christopher Knaus A Canberra man allegedly stalked police and told them to tell their sergeant that ‘‘if I see him out on the street, I’ll f---ing kill him’’.

Easter church services in Canberra

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Churches across Canberra will hold services this Easter long weekend.

Asbestos found at Uni Pub work site in Civic

A bag marked as containing asbestos was found behind this London Circuit building.

Emma Macdonald WorkSafe ACT has given a Canberra company 24 hours to properly dispose of a bag of asbestos which has been lying on work site in Civic since last week.


Canberra's National Capital Plan explains the whiteness of city buildings


Ian Warden Why is Canberra so white? An environmental engineer leaps to tell us that ''the answer to your question lies in the National Capital Plan''.

Croissant D'Or: Patisserie sinks due to weight of outlets

The Croissant D'Or Patisserie.

Jil Hogan One of Canberra's best known bakeries, Croissant D'Or, has gone into liquidation and closed all three of its stores.

The Dead Maggies in Civic

David Hamilton of Braddon, Tom Osborn of Hobart and Catherine Young of Braddon.

Scenes from The Dead Maggies show at Smith's Alternative Bookshop in Civic as part of the bootleg sessions.

Residents prepare for public servant influx when paid parking is introduced

Reservations: Barton and Kingston residents group members Rebecca Scouller, Ian Morison and Janet Hughes are concerned about the impact of paid parking in the parliamentary triangle on surrounding suburbs.

Emma Kelly Inner south residents living on the fringe of the parliamentary triangle are bracing for an influx of public servants in their streets when paid parking is introduced midyear.

The Dead Maggies in Civic

About Town: Hobart band The Dead Maggies at Smith's Alternative Bookshop .


Charles Landry: white knight for a thinking city

Ian Warden 'Why is Canberra so white?'' Charles Landry wondered aloud.

Proposed ACT bus layover areas win support

The organisation representing Canberra's city residents has given its support to ACT government plans for two new layover areas for the bus network.

Tom McIlroy The organisation representing city residents has given its support to the ACT government's plans for two new layover areas for the ACTION bus network.

Bronze kangaroo sculpture by Hermann Hohaus stolen from Downer

Mark Sawa A piece of history has been stolen from Canberra’s inner north suburb of Downer leaving many residents in shock.

Canberra Mornings Live: Friday, April 11

Canberra Mornings Live

Tegan Osborne Bringing you breaking news from across the capital and beyond, including weather, traffic updates and what the capital is talking about.

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