Federal IT bill to hit $10 billion and two women and their struggles: one with breast cancer, the other, PTSD
Daniel Burdon is a reporter for The Canberra Times
The ACT Government is approving an average of 50 new liquor licences in Canberra every year.
The ACT Government will canvass the views of residents and developers involved in Woden town centre at a roundtable about the area's future later this year.
ACT's construction industry the nation's worst when it comes to serious long-term work related injuries.
Police seized almost $12 million worth of tobacco plants, leaves, cash and weapons in a Monaro raid on Wednesday.
Canberra's club leaders are deserting Clubs ACT and ANU student union loses right to run university bar.
The storm delivered more rain in a single morning than any day in the past three months. And more is on the way.
ACT Health has outsourced a key "financial controller" position to private consulting firm KPMG, at $1980 a day for 85 days of work.
A rush on mountainous real estate, and a Canberra family's beach rescue.
Indigenous children who weren't living in safe, loving homes with family "only feed into the ACT's high rate of Indigenous kids in the prison", Winnunga Nimmityjah's Julie Tongs said.