A key report comparing the performance of public hospitals between state and territory jurisdictions has been left without any local data, the latest flow-on effects of ACT Health's failure to provide data to two key federal agencies last month.
Daniel Burdon is a reporter for The Canberra Times
Voters in the ACT could be forced to pay a $150 fine if they fail to cast their ballot at the next election.
Canberrans seeking help to recover after attempting suicide or serious self-harm are now being offered "way back" from the precipice, as the ACT gears up as one of three trial sites for a new beyondblue program.
People considering entering a clinical trial should not be put off from all trials by some studies with questionable financial ties.
Lobbyists for 'big food' are potentially swaying health policies in favour of their corporate bottom line in Australia, new research has claimed.
ACT concessions for older Canberrans should be widened, water prices kept low, retired public servants' say
Retired public servants in Canberra have called on the ACT government to widen bus travel concessions to those aged 65 years old and ensure older residents of the national capital do not face a potential massive hike in annual water supply fees.
Residents of some of Canberra's oldest suburbs have called for a long-awaited conservation management plan to be implemented to protect Manuka pool and other heritage-listed assets across the inner south.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr urged to trump up $100 million affordable housing fund for lower-income Canberrans
The ACT's peak social services council has again called for $100 million to fund more affordable housing in Canberra.
It was just before Christmas when John Hall fell ill with a high fever, leading to a trip to Canberra Hospital and several weeks at home in treatment.
A new $7 million accommodation village in Canberra for people suffering from relatively rare blood cancers is now running at capacity, five months after it opened in August last year.