Conder man was accused of using a piñata stick to assault a child at his daughter's birthday party.
Alexandra Back is a reporter with The Canberra Times
John Donald Hendry, 94, has been marching in Anzac Day services since 1968.
A Canberra man has lost an appeal over his conviction for indecent assaults on a dance partner nearly 50 years younger than him.
ANU grad and sculptor faces visa shock, and public servants hit with super slug.
A man allegedly bashed in the head by an off-duty police officer early one morning in Civic was later unlawfully locked-up by a sergeant, who lied about the victim, court documents suggest.
An aspiring firefighter has launched a challenge of ACT Fire and Rescue's equal opportunity recruitment policy - which aims for a 50/50 gender representation of trainees in new hiring rounds.
A judge found two Comancheros guilty on Thursday of peppering a rival bikie with bullets in a drive-by shooting, but the verdict was for a much less serious offence than prosecutors had pressed.
The only warning was a loud, awful crack, before the concrete boom sweeping across the construction site fell fast towards the scattering workers in hi-vis.
Three pro-life supporters who have refused to pay fines for protesting in the exclusion zone around the Civic abortion clinic have pleaded not guilty to charges resulting from their refusal.
A historic challenge to the ACT election has fizzled to an end, with a judge allowing the rejected candidate to abandon the case.