The magnitude of the loss felt by Mr Fluffy homeowners has been laid bare in a new book.
Katie Burgess is a reporter for The Canberra Times
Ken Doolan armed himself with a sprinkler when embers rained down on his Carwoola home last Friday.
Firefighters build mineral fire breaks on scorched earth of Carwoola bushfire before predicted hot weather returns.
Government-funded vocational training student numbers have taken a nosedive in Canberra in the past five years off the back of falling apprentice numbers nationwide.
Foster parents looking to adopt their long-term charges are being forced to recount their stories over and over again.
Children would no longer be able to be served with court documents at school, in legislation introduced into the Legislative Assembly on Thursday.
Oversight will be strengthened into Canberra's jail after the death of an Aboriginal inmate last year.
Correctional staff administered intensive corrections orders without authority for months.
Women in Canberra's jail face overcrowding and fewer opportunities, the ACT opposition says.
Courts and tribunals will have more accurate details about criminals who reoffend while on bail when a new information management system is brought in early next year, the ACT's attorney-general says.