A man accused of stealing a ute from a private property as the owner looked on has been denied bail.
Reporter at The Canberra Times
Research suggests physical attractiveness can help a candidate at election time, but this Labor candidate will have to overcome another voter quirk and make history if he is to win a seat in October.
The second annual Indulge Chocolate and Coffee Expo was able to draw many Canberrans outside the house on a freezing winter day.
Airservices Australia announced 523 formal offers for voluntary redundancy would be made, but unions have applied to the Fair Work Commission to halt any cuts until full consultation occurs.
Passion by itself is not enough to keep non-profit organisations alive and thriving.
For this job you have to be available 24 hours a day and be able to collect a dead body within one hour.
The federal government-owned corporation managing Australia's airspace is likely to cut about 900 jobs by year's end, Professionals Australia has said.
Canberra reviewers of the capital's public childbirth courses will take a close look at a Sydney trial which drastically cut caesareans and epidurals.
A greater focus on vehicle exclusion zones at public events such as Anzac Day was necessary to protect against terror attacks, an ANU expert said.
The representative for the public servants at the pesticides authority said two-thirds of staff faced with moving to Armidale under Barnaby Joyce's "farcical" plan for de-centralisation would refuse