Phillip Thomson So far there are not enough men to sprout the seeds of love, but Edwina Wright and her friends are optimistic.
Phillip Thomson CLUBS ACT is lobbying the territory government to forgo new fees and charges on watering holes and eateries for the next three years.
Phillip Thomson EIGHTY-FIVE per cent of Canberra's GP practices are now taking new patients.
Phillip Thomson PATIENTS are waiting as long as 1100 days for elective ear, nose and throat surgeries at Canberra Hospital.
Phillip Thomson Canberra GPs are unhappy with government money being given to their competitors.
Phillip Thomson Pocketsof Belconnen hurt by property damage and sexual assaults are ?wanting Neighbourhood Watch volunteers to join a burgeoning territory army.
Phillip Thomson SIXTY-ONE years after its most famous resident, prime minister Ben Chifley, died there, the historic Hotel Kurrajong is being sold.
Phillip Thomson A motorist has died following a single car crash near Goulburn on Friday morning.
Phillip Thomson The family's expensive camera has perhaps been left at home more this summer holiday than ever before.
Stephanie Anderson, Phillip Thomson and Ewa Kretowicz A COOL change will bring hope and some rain along with maximum temperatures of 28 degrees on Sunday giving firefighters a reprieve after horror conditions on Saturday.
Phillip Thomson EVEN if you're selling corn starch cutlery and plates made from sugarcane fibre, Maryke Booth is proof you can always do more to help the world - and save several hundred dollars a month.
Phillip Thomson LEILA Haddad likes reading and wearing dresses but she also makes a mean hunting knife.
Phillip Thomson THE federal government's trial of poker machine reforms in the ACT hangs in the balance, with Canberra clubs now likely to refuse to start a trial before the federal election due late next year.
Phillip Thomson THEY were two adventurous men from Canberra who did not know each other but were tied together by their school, their experience of war and a sad historical fact - the day they died.
Phillip Thomson Final results from the ACT Election have confirmed one person – the Greens Shane Rattenbury – holds the balance of power in the Legislative Assembly.
Phillip Thomson A CANBERRA seller of high-end Italian furniture has partly blamed the eurozone crisis for delayed deliveries.
Phillip Thomson READING aloud to children will not guarantee they can read later on, an experienced Canberra literacy coach says.
Phillip Thomson Canberra's southside residents are more likely to be stung by a European wasp than their northside neighbours.
Phillip Thomson ACT Labor has promised to inject another $30 million into mental health services by 2017 if it wins the election in October, with the highest amount of money going to the community sector.
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.