Judy Bamberger dared Israeli authorities to arrest her when she arrived in the country. They didn't.
Michael Gorey is a reporter at The Canberra Times
An ACT public sector program to boost employment for people with disability has met huge demand from job seekers.
Australian health professionals are on the ground in northern Iraq as part of a global humanitarian relief effort to assist civilians in the war-ravaged region around Mosul.
A car stolen from Canberra on Saturday was involved in numerous offences between the ACT and Eden before crashing 7km north of Cooma on Sunday.
Canberra business executive Ivan Slavich has been appointed CEO of ASX-listed company Energy Action.
Canberra's Domestic Violence Crisis Service says women are often targeted by violent partners.
Canberrans encouraged to consider opportunities in China's equivalent of Silicon Valley.
ACT Greens minister Shane Rattenbury has come under fire for his $7585 trip to Morocco and for delays in his directorate processing a freedom of information request which revealed the cost.
Tumut is poised for a boom following the Prime Minister's announcement of a potential $2 billion investment to expand the Snowy hydro scheme.
More needs to be done to foster workplace diversity, according to a disability employment advocate.