Megan Doherty One of the world’s richest men, the Sultan of Brunei, has arrived in Canberra on Wednesday morning as part of a three day visit to Australia.
Megan Doherty One after another they came to lay sprigs of rosemary at the new National Workers Memorial.
Megan Doherty SKYE VICKERY turned 17 on Tuesday, without her father by her side. Five days later, she will attend Sunday's opening of the National Workers Memorial to honour people like her father Wayne who lost...
Megan Doherty ELIZABETH THURBON, whose builder husband Peter died as a result of exposure to asbestos, visited the National Workers Memorial for the first time only a week ago - and was immediately moved.
Megan Doherty THE IMAGE of Jayson Bush immobile in a back brace was a powerful reminder of the devastation that can be wrought by a workplace injury.
Megan Doherty A new memorial to remember those killed at work goes beyond the hard facts, reports Megan Doherty.
Megan Doherty City Reporter Canberra children as young as 10 will be the first in Australia to play a modified form of paintball that uses guns imported from the United States that look like mini pump-action shotguns but are...
Megan Doherty Here’s one way around anti-billboard laws – put a ruddy great inflatable clown in someone’s backyard.
Megan Doherty First the peacocks, now the pigeons? The ACT government reckons, not quite.
Megan Doherty A new campaign encouraging workers to talk freely and naturally about safety while on the job will probably take a generation to bear fruit, the building union fears.
Megan Doherty At the tender age of 10, Harrison schoolgirl Amy Weissel is already a budding entrepreneur.
Megan Doherty The ACT government has pulled the plug on a program that audited homes to determine their energy efficiency.
Megan Doherty Between the liquor store and the pie shop in Phillip sits Addicted to Fabric, where inside there is an explosion of colour and out the back the chat is spirited.
Megan Doherty ActewAGL doesn't have the money to put existing overhead powerlines underground in established areas of Canberra, according to a senior manager.
Megan Doherty A 69-year-old retired school teacher risked arrest on Wednesday as he staged a sit-in in his quiet Weston street.
Megan Doherty Lifeline Canberra claims its book fair volunteers have accepted its staff cuts despite suggestions they are considering going on strike.
Megan Doherty Former Narrabundah College student Timomatic laughs when asked if he’s going to be a nice or mean judge on Australia’s Got Talent.
Megan Doherty When Matthew Purcell aka The Silicon Kid started his technology column in The Canberra Times almost 15 years ago, he was in Year Nine at the Canberra Grammar School and answering questions about...
Megan Doherty Volunteers are deeply concerned the extraordinary success of the Lifeline Canberra book fairs is under threat.
Megan Doherty Two hot balloons landed in Wanniassa - one outside the Red Rooster at the local shops and another on land next to Sulwood Drive - but the company involved said both were "precautionary" rather than...