Phillip Thomson Two doctors from the same medical practice have been suspended within three weeks of each other.
Phillip Thomson Canberra cyclists are involved in four recorded collisions a week and a number of them happen on a small stretch of busy road.
Phillip Thomson The ACT government will not follow Queensland's lead and appoint a new health ombudsman.
Phillip Thomson MORE Canberra bike riders need to learn cycling etiquette, says the ACT's minister in charge of bike paths.
Phillip Thomson AFTER sitting by his son's hospital bed all night and with tears in his eyes, the father of the teenager king hit at a Canberra food court made a plea on Saturday to find his boy's attackers.
Phillip Thomson A female motorcycle rider was fighting for her life on Saturday night after a collision with a four-wheel-drive in Florey.
Phillip Thomson CANBERRA'S most powerful group of orthopaedic surgeons has been broken up following a legal dispute.
Phillip Thomson CYCLING in Civic has almost doubled in nine years, new figures show, but the numbers are falling short of the ACT government's targets for bike commuting.
Phillip Thomson SPENDING millions of dollars a year replacing timber power poles appears likely to continue because it would cost billions to put Canberra's electricity underground.
Phillip Thomson DIPLOMATS are racking up almost $1800 a week in unpaid traffic fines on Canberra roads alone, mainly for speeding, stopping in loading zones and because of expired parking meters.
Michael Inman and Phillip Thomson FOUR registered bidders battled for the right to call 83 Banambila Street, Aranda, home yesterday, with the four-bedroom property selling under the hammer for $830,000.
Phillip Thomson Canberra's southside residents are more likely to be stung by a European wasp than their northside neighbours.
Phillip Thomson THE lawnmower is replaced with a blower vac and someone else's electricity bill is a vital piece of information.
Phillip Thomson A teacher and student have received electric shocks at ACT government schools this year, just two of the 41 dangerous incidents which have occurred at Canberra public schools in the past financial...
Phillip Thomson An Oxley home sold at auction for $862,000 yesterday, the second week in a row the suburb's price record has been broken.
Phillip Thomson ONLY a few years ago at Charnwood-Dunlop School there was a trickle of students leaving year 6 who could not read.
Phillip Thomson THE MAJOR construction union in the ACT has revealed apprentices, and not their bosses, are generally the people on worksites identifying potentially deadly asbestos.
Phillip Thomson AN EXTRA person in your home adds 60c a day to electricity bills, figures show.
Phillip Thomson A FOUR-bedroom ex-government home at Fisher sold after auction for $655,000 yesterday.
Phillip Thomson TEENAGER Hannah Coleman says she organised her own funeral and was given days to live, all because of a mystery illness doctors believe does not exist in Australia.