Weston Creek

Police seize cannabis plants from Stirling home

ACT police seized cannabis plants worth an estimated $30,000 from a Stirling home on Friday morning.

Bus network 14: Weston Creek Community Council joins ACTION criticism

Residents of Weston Creek and Molonglo say they are facing longer commuting times and more bus changes.

Tom McIlroy Weston Creek Community Council has added its voice to the growing list of complaints about changes to timetables and routes for Canberra's ACTION bus network. 

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More express buses for Weston Creek

Tom McIlroy Weston Creek public transport users have won changes to bus timetables in the area, as the ACT Government moves to add a an additional express service to the city from next week. 

Weston Creek is ACT's heart disease capital

Weston Creek has Canberra's highest prevalence of cardiovascular disease.

Natasha Boddy Weston Creek is the ACT's heart disease capital with nearly one in three residents affected by the disease while Woden has the territory's highest rates of hypertension and high cholestoral. 

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Weston Creek seniors, carers battle parking shortage

Emma Kelly Seniors, their carers and health services are battling a critical shortage of car spaces at a Weston Creek residential complex.

Site chosen for Weston Creek's second service station

 Weston Creek Community Council chairman Tom Anderson discusses the possible location for the second service station.

Emma Kelly A site has finally been selected for a second service station in Weston Creek, but the region's growing number of residents may have to wait another three years before they can start pumping fuel.

Canberra woman Lupita Marujo missing from Weston Creek

Missing woman Lupita Marujo

Henry Belot A 33-year-old Canberra woman has been reported missing by her family after failing to return home on Tuesday morning.

Controlled burns in Weston Creek

ACT Territory and Municipal Services will be conducting controlled burns in Weston Creek throughout Wednesday.

Weston Creek suburbs lose power

Emissions  080629  AFR News/Features  Sydney   Power lines criss-cross in the indsutrial Sydney suburb of Kurnell. Australia will have to reach the Kyoto targets despite the fact that we drive most of our electricity from coal and gas fired power stations...  Greenhouse gases. Global Warming. Carbon Credits. Carbon Emmisions. Kyoto Protocol. Fossil Fuels.  Energy resource crisis. 
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Ben Westcott ActewAGL has restored power to 1050 Canberrans in the Weston Creek area left without electricity after a fault in the network.

Weston Creek Molonglo vs ANU

Weston Creek Molonglo take on ANU in local cricket.

Weston Creek rubbish dumping eyesore angers residents

Canberra Chronicle - News - March 6 2014
A patch of land on the corner of Hindmarsh Drive and Eucumbene Drive has long been used as a hard rubbish dump. Despite a government clean-up, Jorgen Hauberg is disappointed rubbish continues to be dumped at the intersection. 
Photo by Elesa Kurtz

Emma Kelly For almost two decades a patch of land in Canberra's south has been exploited as a dumping ground for unwanted rubbish.

Three-car collision in Weston Creek

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Ben Westcott A three-car collision in Weston Creek seriously impacted afternoon traffic on Thursday.

Cricket: ANU vs Weston Creek Molonglo

ANU vs Weston Creek Molonglo in Cricket.

$45m for new pool, oval at Weston Creek

ACT Labor have announced a $45 million cash shower for Weston Creek, promising to building a new 50m swimming pool and an enclosed oval at Stromlo Park if re-elected in October.

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Crashes at Weston Creek, Kingston


Stephanie Anderson Emergency services have used hydraulic tools to cut off a car door following a crash in Kingston on Friday morning.

One dead in Weston Creek crash

News. A fatal motor vehicle accident on the corner of Streeton Drive and Namatjira Drive, Weston, near Cooleman Court shopping centre. An elderly person in the silver car was fatally injured. September 17th 2013 Canberra Times Photograph by Graham Tidy.
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Tom McIlroy An elderly woman has been killed in a two-car collision in Weston Creek on Tuesday afternoon.

Water back on for Weston Creek

Natasha Rudra A burst water main and an inconveniently-placed tree left about 30 Weston Creek homes high and dry for much of Sunday.

Gang-gang: 86 years ago

Ian Warden Scottish independence fervour is not new.

Canberra Weekender: September 19-21

The LIfeline Spring Bookfair is on all weekend at EPIC.

Jil Hogan Your guide to what's going on around the capital this weekend.

Collisions, speeding and illegal parking endanger Canberra's school communities

SAFETY FEARS: More than 900 drivers have been caught speeding around Canberra's schools since the middle of last year.

Emma Kelly Bad driving and dodgy parking around ACT schools have disrupted pupils' safe journey to class.

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