Bosom Buddies works with thousands of Canberrans. The organisation will reassess what it can provide once SHOUT closes.
Emily Baker is a reporter for The Canberra Times
An ANU cafe owner says he has no idea what the Union Court redevelopment means for his business.
The trickle down from one Canberra not-for-profit organisation's closure means a great deal to people like 12-year-old Lily Sharrock.
The ANU Union says it is in 'survival mode' after failing to win a tender to operate a temporary bar at the Australian National University.
Plus chemicals at the airport and issues with planning.
Canberra's schools are coming up with new ways to deal with an increased number of students, including teaching in the library and asking parents not to attend whole-school assemblies.
Kaleen Primary School marked the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence by weaving stars and drawing postcards.
Canberrans will be treated to a 20 minute fireworks display, aerial shows, performances from Australian musicians and a visit from Home and Away stars.
More parents requesting Christian education in schools
Two people will lose their jobs when Canberra organisation SHOUT closes in May.