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 A burgeoning movement in Canberra is aiming to be one step ahead of the looming world food crisis
Phillip Thomson Phillip Thomson talks to three Canberra people in different professions about how they manage to pay the bills.
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 This is a garden that one day might lead to a small commercial farm, says landscape designer Bronwyn Morgan.
Phillip Thomson Mary Waterford has given a lot of life for a woman who deals daily with death.
Phillip Thomson It looks like a coffee machine but the short, fat contraption is designed to issue life-saving data.
Phillip Thomson The Australian Federal Police Association says a bullying culture has developed in the federal police force.
Phillip Thomson Canberra cyclists are involved in four recorded collisions a week and a number of them happen on a small stretch of busy road.
Phillip Thomson Embattled Canberra orthopaedic surgeon Richard Hocking has been suspended by the Australian medical watchdog amid a two-year investigation.
Phillip Thomson Canberra orthopaedic surgeon Richard Hocking is no longer suspended from practising medicine after he appealed his ban, but a severe new restriction has been placed on him so he cannot perform...
Phillip Thomson A Canberra surgeon was suspended for allegedly giving experimental treatment to a nine-year-old boy.
Phillip Thomson The ACT government will not follow Queensland's lead and appoint a new health ombudsman.
Phillip Thomson CANBERRA'S road network is too vast to have separated cycle lanes everywhere, according to the territory's minister who looks after roads.
Phillip Thomson Australia's medical watchdog has launched an investigation into two Canberra surgeons when a woman had to have her leg amputated after hip surgery went wrong.
Phillip Thomson THE National Capital Authority will ask ACTEW Water why raw sewage from some of Canberra's richest homes is leaking and continually shutting down large sections of Lake Burley Griffin.
Phillip Thomson MORE Canberra bike riders need to learn cycling etiquette, says the ACT's minister in charge of bike paths.
Phillip Thomson DRINK no more than one coffee a day and if you're a cyclist do it before the ride, says a Canberra nutritionist.