Phillip Thomson A Spence house was gutted by fire on Saturday with an estimated $500,000 damage done.
Phillip Thomson Two doctors from the same medical practice have been suspended within three weeks of each other.
Phillip Thomson This is a garden that one day might lead to a small commercial farm, says landscape designer Bronwyn Morgan.
Phillip Thomson A burgeoning movement in Canberra is aiming to be one step ahead of the looming world food crisis
Phillip Thomson Canberra has seen planes landing without clearance, cars driving onto the runway and airspace mix-ups.
Phillip Thomson So far there are not enough men to sprout the seeds of love, but Edwina Wright and her friends are optimistic.
Phillip Thomson Phillip Thomson talks to three Canberra people in different professions about how they manage to pay the bills.
Stephanie Anderson A man who led police on a high-speed chase through Canberra suburbs and later tried to flee on foot was arrested on Friday morning.
Two teenagers will face court after the aggravated burglary of a southside home on Thursday.
A man who led police on a high speed chase and later tried to hide behind a pile of gravel in Garran had been arrested in the early hours of Friday.
Tom McIlroy Findings of a study showing Australian women spend about twice as much time on housework and childcare is in no way surprising for Canberra mum Katie Killion.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman Two teenagers who broke into the home of a cancer patient were remanded in custody on Friday.
Full list of Canberra Institute of Technology graduates for May, 2013.
Michael Inman A man who shot a security guard during an armed heist has been jailed for 18 years.
David Ellery In addition to lending his name to one of our city's nicer suburbs, Sir Arthur William Fadden also deserves the credit for imprinting the ''horror budget'' concept so deeply into the national psyche...
Ross Peake It may seem beyond belief, but military police have taken two years to deem that ageing handbooks are no longer a threat to national security.
Michael Inman Court Reporter A man who shot a security guard during an armed robbery at the Mawson Club has been jailed for 18 years for the ''cowardly'' act.
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Emma Macdonald The ACT Government may consider legislative changes to the way in which new private schools are approved in the future following community unrest about the latest batch of approvals.
Michael Inman Kmart will donate $50,000 to the ACT-NRMA Road Safety Trust after four of its Canberra auto centres failed to properly conduct brake tests during inspections.