A firearms lobby group will ask the ACT government to allow sport shooters to use larger calibre target pistols in official competitions.
Katie Burgess is a reporter for The Canberra Times
Ordinary parishioners would have a greater say in the future direction of the Catholic Church in Canberra, in reforms overwhelmingly supported at a meeting of concerned churchgoers on Thursday night.
A community forum will brainstorm new ways of engaging the public on major developments, due to Canberrans' growing unease about how planning decisions are being made in the city.
Housing minister Yvette Berry has again ruled out a change to the location of several public housing developments in Canberra's south-west, but hinted the size of the proposals could be up for negotiation.
Meegan Fitzharris says Canberra's new light rail stops could be as iconic as the city's famous bus shelters.
Up to 300 speeding hot spots will be targeted every week in Canberra.
After more than 16 years in a backlog of listings, the ACT Heritage Council this month rejected the nomination for Oaks Estate to become a protected precinct
Andrew Barr has flown to Singapore with "the largest delegation of Canberra businesses in the ACT's history".
ClubsACT chief executive Gwyn Rees is remaining tight-lipped on how the organisation will pay up after the ACT Electoral Commission fined them more than $30,000 for exceeding the election spending cap.
A prominent pill testing advocate has hit back at claims their proposal to provide the service at Canberra's upcoming Groovin The Moo music festival was not well formed.