Stephanie Anderson Emergency services have used hydraulic tools to cut off a car door following a crash in Kingston on Friday morning.
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.
Natasha Rudra A burst water main and an inconveniently-placed tree left about 30 Weston Creek homes high and dry for much of Sunday.
Matthew Raggatt Someone in the ACT is $10 million richer, but the lucky punter is yet to claim his or her prize.
Jack Waterford The judicial inquiry into the 1995 conviction of David Eastman for the 1989 murder of Assistant Commissioner Colin Winchester has so far cost ACT taxpayers well over $1 million, though no actual...
Stephanie Anderson A near miss allegedly involving a police car and a 10-year-old girl has prompted an internal inquiry by the Australian Federal Police.
Larissa Nicholson South Canberra residents enjoy the city's best quality of life, according to research.
David Ellery Soldiers and public servants have scored the lion's share of Queen's Birthday honours for ACT and Queanbeyan residents.
Peter Jean Canberra motorists with blemish-free driving records will receive a discount on licence renewals.
Megan Doherty Will Lucky the koala be immortalised in the name of a Canberra park?
Michael Inman A paranoid schizophrenic who robbed a southside fast food store has been jailed for almost three years.
Matthew Raggatt Most ACT restaurants have breached workplace laws, an extensive investigation by the Fair Work Ombudsman has revealed.
Emma Macdonald Non-government schools have received a windfall in the ACT budget while the number of education bureaucrats will be cut to help pay for new spending.
Matthew Raggatt He made his name feeding the nation's fly-halves, now George Gregan has returned home to feed – and meet the caffeine needs – of the crowds at the Australian Institute of Sport.
Megan Doherty With an affectionate tone and a twinkle in his eye, Centenary of Canberra patron Sir William Deane sympathised with the mothers who made all the effort to give birth on the national capital's 100th...
Michael Inman Police shooting victim Jonathan Crowley was in a Sydney rehabilitation centre with two broken legs when he heard the news that his decade-long fight for compensation hit a dead end on Thursday.
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Michael Inman A man who allegedly pulled a handgun and said “Do you know who you're dealing with?” during a fight at a southside service station has been denied bail.
Canberra’s dry spell is expected to end as forecasters brace for a wetter than average winter in the capital.
Sally Pryor It may be all about sugar and ribbons and spectacular confections, but cake decorating is a serious business.