Ben Westcott New separation measures will be installed and trialled on ACT roads in the next 12 months, as the government attempts to make cycling safer by keeping cars and bikes separate.
Residents in Deakin could find discoloured water coming from their taps on Tuesday next week due to ACTEW Water maintenance work in the area.
Emma Macdonald It's Kingston, by way of Paddington in Sydney and with a certain detour through Fitzroy in Melbourne.
Matthew Raggatt New figures confirm the inner-south as the city’s rich hot spot.
Michael Inman THE PRESTIGIOUS inner southern suburbs of Yarralumla, Manuka and Forrest are hot property in real estate circles.
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''.
Churches across Canberra will hold services this Easter long weekend.
Ben Westcott With the Easter long weekend just a few days away, we've put together a list of the places and services around Canberra which will be closed over the break.
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A 22-year-old woman has been rushed to hospital with serious leg and facial injuries following a single vehicle collision on the Barton Highway in Gungahlin.
Tom McIlroy Proposed fast-track planning laws would bring the ACT in line with the states in allowing the government to designate projects of territory significance, Sustainable Development Minister Simon...
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.
Ian Warden 'Why is Canberra so white?'' Charles Landry wondered aloud.
Ross Peake The ACT government is about to embark on an ''investment roadshow'' to drum up support for infrastructure projects.
Ross Peake Canberra has big dreams for the kind of city it wants to become but the projects being pushed will need deep pockets or considerable patience.
John Thistleton Ignorant drivers, poor planning and public transport are making children's journeys to and from school more dangerous.
Julieanne Strachan Family heirlooms were dusted off and taken to Weston's Irish Club on Saturday for an Antiques Roadshow-style appraisal of clocks and watches.
Julieanne Strachan, Matthew Raggatt If you really don't want to part with $11 a day to park in the parliamentary triangle, here's how to get a better deal.
Matthew Raggatt More than 4000 people to test their fitness in marathon events around Canberra on Sunday.
Matthew Raggatt A cloudless sky and cool winds greeted more than 2300 competitors at the Australian Running Festival in Canberra.