Tuggeranong

Tuggeranong truck accident causes major delays

A new smartphone app aims to prevent costly bridge strikes by trucks.

A truck accident has caused a traffic jam up to a kilometre long on Isabella Drive in Tuggeranong.

Bus service for elderly and people with a disability extends to Tuggeranong

A trial bus service that stops directly outside the homes of the elderly and people with a disability has been extended to Tuggeranong.

Environmental group mucks in to clean up Lake Tuggeranong

James Fletcher, of Wanniassa, and his  daughter, Emma, 6, collect rubbish at the lake.

Kimberley Granger Community group Tuggeranong Lake Carers are cleaning up Lake Tuggeranong and has proposals on how to remedy the pollution, writes Kimberley Granger.

Gang-gang. Lake Tuggeranong College Alumni praise school

News: Pop star Timomatic got his big break through

Ian Warden George Bernard Shaw thought that having to go to school unnecessarily "interrupts" a person's education.

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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Call for community feedback on outdoor fitness equipment in Tuggeranong, Belconnen and Theodore

Tom McIlroy Community views are being sought on what types of public exercise equipment should be installed in three new outdoor fitness stations set to be added to parks in Tuggeranong, Belconnen and Theodore.

New ACT dental practice hopes to boost children's health in Tuggeranong

All smiles: Arabella Ferguson, 5, happy to be sitting in the dentist chair with dentists (left) Dr Sanjiv Pathak and (right) Dr Atul Manani with Minister Mick Gentleman at the newly open dental clinic at Calwell shopping centre.

Henry Belot The launch of a new dental practice in Canberra's south has community and medical authorities hoping a generation of youth will take advantage of a $1000 Medicare rebate for basic dental services.

YWCA computer clubhouse in Tuggeranong hopes to empower young people

Henry Belot An IT initiative is reaching out to young people to boost their access to technology.

Draining Lake Tuggeranong leaves dumbest carp behind

John Thistleton Lake volunteers clean up dumb carp and fishing's dirty aftermath.

Tuggeranong homes caught in serious ACTEW flooding

Massive water spill and mud slip damage cleaned up after water main burst.

Burst water main fixed in Tuggeranong

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Water shortages in parts of Tuggeranong come to an end.

Tuggeranong Parkway crash blocks traffic

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Emma Kelly A two-car crash at the intersection of Hindmarsh Drive and the Tuggeranong Parkway has left one vehicle on its side and diverted traffic.

Southquay sites in Tuggeranong sell for almost $10 million

Emma Kelly Three Canberra developers have bought a slice of the Tuggeranong waterfront development at a total cost of almost $10 million.

Tuggeranong Vikings vs St Pats

The Tuggeranong Vikings took on St Pats in a first grade women's hockey game at Lyneham Hockey Centre

Tuggeranong Parkway reopens after southbound crash

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A two-vehicle crash disrupts southside drivers on Tuggeranong Parkway.

Tuggeranong United take on Melbourne Victory

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Tuggeranong United take on Melbourne Victory in the FFA Cup at Viking Park

FFA Cup: Tuggeranong United vs Melbourne Victory

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Tuggeranong United take on Melbourne Victory at Vikings Stadium in Erindale

Central vs Tuggeranong

Centrals player Tonina Staunton, front, up against Sassie Economos.

Central took on Tuggeranong in the Preliminary Women's First Grade final in Lyneham.

Canberra swelters through temperatures 16 degrees above November average

Poppy Breingan cools off at Manuka Pool on one of the hottest days of the season.

Clare Colley Temperatures in Canberra peaked at 39 degrees on Sunday, 16 degrees above the usual November average, but the unusually hot spell isn't expected to last long.

Gungahlin police resources stretched by emerging suburbs

Growing challenges: Gungahlin officer-in-charge Donna Hofmeier.

Megan Gorrey Gungahlin police are feeling the growing pains that come with a new housing boom and population growth.