Inner South

Whitlam suburb an honour eluding many former PMs

Henry Belot Should a new Canberra suburb be named after Gough Whitlam he'll achieve something that has so far eluded eleven other Australian Prime Ministers since federation.

Man arrested near Department of Finance building

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A man has been arrested near the Department of Finance's offices in the John Gorton Building in Canberra on Thursday.

Canberra Mornings Live: Thursday October 23

Canberra Mornings live.

Primrose Riordan Bringing you breaking news from across the capital and beyond. Get in touch with us as we blog from 7am to 10am: email us, tweet us or post on our Facebook page.

Red Hill

Red Hill high-rise developments 'out of step' with Inner South homes

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Kirsten Lawson The redevelopment of the Red Hill public-housing precinct includes a new road and caters for up to twice the number of residents. writes Kirsten Lawson.

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Canberra's inner south gets a makeover

News: Socrates Kochinos and Frank Comdi owners of the new cafe/bar Little Brooklyn due to open next week in Green Square, Kingston.

Emma Macdonald It's Kingston, by way of Paddington in Sydney and with a certain detour through Fitzroy in Melbourne.

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Inner south paypackets heading north

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Matthew Raggatt New figures confirm the inner-south as the city’s rich hot spot.

Inner south offers rich pickings

Michael Inman THE PRESTIGIOUS inner southern suburbs of Yarralumla, Manuka and Forrest are hot property in real estate circles.

Manuka consultancy debuts on BRW fast starters list

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David Ellery Manuka's Callida Consulting has debuted at 41 on BRW's list of the top 100 "fast starters" made public on Thursday morning.

Downy eagle nestling on way to becoming a lean killing machine

Ian Warden Sensitive readers will be hungry for some cheering news at this sad time (after the death of Gough Whitlam) and lo and behold we have some!

Police issue warrant for man after Waramanga, Griffith aggravated robberies

Police say they are looking for Sonny Oeti, 27, in relation to the robberies.

Gough Whitlam to have suburb named in his honour

Former prime minister Gough Whitlam with Senator John Faulkner in 2002.

Tom McIlroy Before his death, the Labor icon gave his approval for a suburb to named after him.

Canberra Mornings Live: Wednesday October 22

Canberra Mornings live.

Primrose Riordan Bringing you breaking news from across the capital and beyond. Get in touch with us as we blog from 7am to 10am: email us, tweet us or post on our Facebook page.

Fossil fuel protesters arrested at Minerals Council office in Forrest

Canberrans and Pacific Climate Warriors escorted from the Minerals Council office in Forrest.

Clare Colley Ten people have been arrested at a protest in Canberra's Forrest after they refused to leave the Minerals Council office.

Canberra Mornings Live: Tuesday October 21

Canberra Mornings live.

Primrose Riordan Bringing you breaking news from across the capital and beyond. Get in touch with us as we blog from 7am to 10am: email us, tweet us or post on our Facebook page.

Tuggeranong majority rails against tram

Debate continues over the value of light rail.

Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy Nearly 70 per cent of Tuggeranong residents say the capital doesn't need light rail.

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A simple truth many politicians seem to fail to grasp

It both amazes and appals me that politicians so frequently oppose public infrastructure projects on the grounds that there is no ''business case''.

Private Capital

Get your leis and grass skirts out for Hawaiian Ball

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Jil Hogan Private Capital: If the warmer weather is making you feel like popping somewhere tropical but a holiday isn't on the cards, the Hawaiian Ball could be the next best thing.

Canberra's light rail an election vote changer

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Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy The ACT Government's signature light rail project is looming as a vote changing issue at the territory's 2016 election. 

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Canberra Croquet Club raises mallets in despair over pay parking

Canberra Coroquet Club president Elizabeth Mountain says the 86-year-old heritage listed club is dying.

Henry Belot Pay parking in the parliamentary triangle has left a Canberra club grappling with a space handicap.

Pay parking moves Canberrans to board the bus

BUSING ALONG: An additional 1500 passenger trips to and from the parliamentary zone have been recorded on ACTION buses each week day since October 13.

Henry Belot and Tom McIlroy The introduction of pay parking in the parliamentary triangle has motivated an increasing number of Canberrans to abandon their cars and catch the bus to work.

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