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Matthew Raggatt Hundreds of Canberra home owners could be overstepping their title boundary, risking an unexpected loss of small parts of land if found out, a surveyor has warned.
Matthew Raggatt They travelled from far and wide to see the celebrity chef in action and Antonio Carluccio did not disappoint.
Matthew Raggatt Alpine safety experts have called on those enjoying this year's bumper snow season to be well prepared and not allow technology to replace clear thinking.
Matthew Raggatt It was the sign that symbolised happy times for generations of Canberrans, and now the call has been renewed to bring it back.
Matthew Raggatt Australia’s first female head of an Anglican diocese said she’s had a warm welcome from the faithful she leads, four months after she began in the historic position.
Matthew Raggatt Canberra is now home to a fingerprint-reading, eye-scanning teller after the first bitcoin ATM opened on Saturday.
Matthew Raggatt Police seized a gun, ammunition and balaclava after finding a van in Tuggeranong which was reported stolen a fortnight ago.
Matthew Raggatt The dogs of the inner north can now run free
Matthew Raggatt Police have seized a gun, ammunition and balaclava after finding a van in Tuggeranong
Matthew Raggatt The dogs of the inner north can now run free with the opening of Canberra’s sixth off-leash dog park.
Matthew Raggatt Owners corporations in Canberra's inner south are moving to stop the lucrative practice of short-term rentals.
Matthew Raggatt The leader of Canberra's Catholic flock has called on the federal government to protect the wage rates of cleaners.
Matthew Raggatt Flight paths from Canberra Airport are being shifted further away from the city.
Matthew Raggatt Tony Abbott will be seen standing tall at a rally on Sunday, but a puppet made in the 27th prime minister's likeness won't be flattering.
Matthew Raggatt A Canberra woman has expressed her grief at the destruction of her brother's grave as part of what is understood to be earthworks for a cultural and sports centre in Iran.
Matthew Raggatt The federal opposition has condemned as "deceptive" moves by Employment Minister Eric Abetz to reduce future wages for cleaners at Commonwealth sites by about 20 per cent.
Matthew Raggatt A building company which has had disputes with more than a dozen stakeholders in Canberra has had its licence renewed.
Matthew Raggatt The wind blew heavy snow horizontally and visibility was often less than 20 metres, but no one seemed to mind as the nation's snowfields filled for their busiest weekend of the season
Matthew Raggatt The head of the nation’s school chaplains said he expected no change to the Abbott government’s focus on funding religious-only pastoral care after the High Court decision that stopped...
Matthew Raggatt The ACT’s Liberal senator has backed the Gallagher government’s moves to seek help from the Commonwealth for those who own houses with loose-fill Mr Fluffy asbestos.