Woden Valley

Local League: Woden Valley Rams v Goulburn Bulldogs

Scenes from the match between the Rams and the Bulldogs.

Woden Valley Rams vs Queanbeyan Kangaroos

Canberra region Rugby League: Woden Valley Rams vs Queanbeyan Kangaroos

Canberra City v Woden Valley


Scenes of the action from the match between Canberra City and Woden Valley at Gungahlin.

Woden Valley vs Cooma Tigers

Canberra National Premier League. Woden Valley vs Cooma Tigers at Kaleen Enclosed Oval.

Woden Valley festival

Anjalin Singh, 9, from Mawson gets her face painted at the Woden festival.

Face painting, baby ducklings and water zorbing were some of the most popular attractions at the grand finale of the Woden Valley festival.

Soccer: Woden Valley v Belconnen United.

National Premier Leagues Soccer - Woden Valley v Belconnen United.

Farrer man charged over Brindabella Park attack

The car drove into bollards outside the building.

Ben Westcott and Emma Kelly A 43-year-old Farrer man will be taken to Canberra Hospital for assessment after he attacked police with a molotov cocktail on Friday afternoon.

Police officer hurt at Brindabella Park by man armed with molotov cocktail and axe

Emergency Services personnel attend an incident at Brindabella
Business Park.

Emma Kelly Police tasered a man who set an officer's leg on fire when he threw a molotov cocktail at him, they say.

Mr Fluffy homes can be demolished safely, asbestos taskforce head Andrew Kefford says

Kirsten Lawson Asbestos Taskforce head Andrew Kefford has moved to reassure people that destruction of Mr Fluffy homes can be done safely.

Drunk, rude, speeding diplomats maintain privacy

International flags fly in Canberra at sunset.

Markus Mannheim Police were so concerned by some foreign diplomats' conduct they asked DFAT to formally counsel the relevant ambassadors.

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Benny Wills's family marks his life with fund-raising for brain cancer

Benny Wills who lost his battle with brain cancer in 2009.

Natasha Boddy The Wills family are using Benny's legacy to help fund-raise for research into brain cancer.

Catholic church's Manuka redevelopment plans revealed


David Ellery The heart of Manuka is expected to receive a major lift from the $35 million redevelopment of the St Christopher Cathedral precinct announced on Tuesday.

Wilson Parking to refund parking fines issued in Woden and Civic after breach

Wilson Parking Australia will refund some paid fines and waive unpaid notices issued between February and April this year.

Tom McIlroy The private operator of car parks in the city and Woden will refund fines issued to Canberra drivers and donate $10,000 to charity, after breaching consumer laws.

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Revitalisation doubts as Myer abandons Westfield Woden plans


Primrose Riordan Shops sit empty and some vendors are struggling to stay open in Westfield Woden one week after Myer announced it would be abandoning plans to open in the centre.

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Government will not allow Mr Fluffy profiteering, says Chief Minister

An advertisement for Mr Fluffy asbestos products.

Kirsten Lawson and Meredith Clisby Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has warned people buying Mr Fluffy homes that they will not be allowed to profiteer in a government buyback scheme by buying houses below market value and expecting the...

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Giving workmen their rightful place

Alan Foskett in his study on Anzac Park, Campbell. Mr Foskett is about to publish a book about the building Canberra.

Mark Sawa The workmen who built Canberra after World War have not been properly recorded in the city’s history.

Griffith L-plater accused of drink driving in unregistered car


A 25-year-old Griffith man will face the ACT Magistrates Court on charges of drink-driving and a range of traffic-related offences after being arrested by police in Garran early Tuesday morning.

Graffiti removed from nearly 20,000 locations in nine months


Henry Belot Territory and Municipal Service workers have removed illegal graffiti from 19,845 locations across the Canberra since January 1 with the directorate allocated $520,000 for graffiti removal this...

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.

Red Hill

Red Hill high-rise developments 'out of step' with Inner South homes

Public housing.

Kirsten Lawson The redevelopment of the Red Hill public-housing precinct includes a new road and caters for up to twice the number of residents. writes Kirsten Lawson.

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