Megan Doherty It is a bittersweet victory.
Megan Doherty The ACT government says it is working as quickly as possible to resume projects left unfinished as a result of the financial collapse of a company that worked on the controversial ASIO building.
Megan Doherty Taxpayers will be picking up at least some of the tab of the billionaire Sultan of Brunei's visit to Canberra.
Megan Doherty That truck crash in Campbell last week in which scores of sheep were killed or escaped has had an amazing - and quite sad - postscript.
Megan Doherty Arriving at Government House on Thursday morning in a humble Holden Caprice rather than his usual gold-plated Rolls-Royce, the Sultan of Brunei was warmly welcomed by Governor-General Quentin Bryce...
Megan Doherty A 69-year-old retired school teacher risked arrest on Wednesday as he staged a sit-in in his quiet Weston street.
Megan Doherty ActewAGL doesn't have the money to put existing overhead powerlines underground in established areas of Canberra, according to a senior manager.
Megan Doherty Between the liquor store and the pie shop in Phillip sits Addicted to Fabric, where inside there is an explosion of colour and out the back the chat is spirited.
Megan Doherty One of the world’s richest men, the Sultan of Brunei, has arrived in Canberra on Wednesday morning as part of a three day visit to Australia.
Megan Doherty Ross Solly's reign as the King of Canberra Breakfast Radio has come to an end with the ABC host knocked off the perch by 104.7's Scotty and Nige.
Megan Doherty Canberra's own Matt Le Nevez has scored a Logies nomination for his role in the Channel Ten show Offspring.
Megan Doherty When former Canberran, ex-member of the Doug Anthony All Stars and artist Paul McDermott was asked for one word that he thought summed up the national capital, he was emphatic: ''Nice.''
Megan Doherty New studies are showing cars are consistently speeding through suburban streets in Canberra while traffic loads on residential streets are above acceptable levels, with "rat running" a likely...
Megan Doherty Canberra legend Robert De Castella, who lost his Chapman home in the 2003 firestorm, believes the national capital is a stronger city 10 years after the disaster.
Megan Doherty Canberrans have been urged to harness the energy and community spirit that followed the January 18 firestorm to tackle ongoing problems in the national capital such as homelessness as a lasting...
Megan Doherty It was our worst day. Our blackest day. The day fire, smoke and ash blocked the sun and hurled Canberra into a nightmare that some still struggle with a decade later. But it was more than that.
Megan Doherty They are the relics of the firestorm. Items plucked from the rubble of homes. Where a garden gnome could become as precious as a wedding ring because it survived and it was a link to another life, a...
Megan Doherty Chauvel Circle in Chapman is where bonds of a neighbourhood were forged even tighter when the 2003 firestorm struck.
Megan Doherty Canberra pauses on Friday to mark one of the most devastating events in its still-short history - the January 18 firestorm.
Megan Doherty It was a T-shirt with a simple and heartfelt message. It made its first appearance not long after the January 18 firestorm in 2003.