While some of Canberra's urban waterways have not done well in the latest Waterwatch survey the vast majority are considered to be in fair or good condition.
David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Department of Immigration and Border Protection gives sick South African mum and family their marching orders from Watson.
There aren't many places in the world where almost 200 people would turnout for the unveiling of a rock. Canberra is one of them.
The Australian War Memorial has prepared its first exhibition solely devoted to exploring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories of military service in times of war and peace.
Poor building quality has emerged as a major issue in the ACT in recent years. The Master Builders Association wants to tackle the problem at its source, the way apprentices are trained and the way builders are licensed.
ACT government gives insurance giant get-out-of jail-free card for eight-year Building Act breach.
Joe and Maureen Vavra are on a honeymoon that never ends in their classic 1972 Capricorn caravan that will feature at this month's National Caravan Clubs Rally in Canberra.
The kit Corporal Cameron Baird VC was wearing on the day he was killed during the action that saw him awarded Australia's 100th Victoria Cross is now on display along with his medals at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
David and Margaret Chalker fear their Mr Fluffy journey will never end.
The AWM's Mitchell facility is gearing up for it's annual "Big Things In Store" open day this Saturday, September 10.