Clubs ACT bracing for the worst after a string of break-ins at six clubs in the past fortnight.
Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Cocaine and MDMA use spiked in the capital over summer, but then dropped off again as Canberrans returned to work, analysis of wastewater reveals.
Ian Oliver and Dallas Dogger say they've offered a "substantial" sum to buy the museum's steam engines and carriages and keep some of the history in the nation's capital.
A former Thredbo ski patrol member who claims he was wrongly sacked could not be unfairly dismissed as he was not an employee at the time, a commission has found.
A Canberra law student has been ordered to pay the legal costs of a Cambodian philanthropist after her defamation defence was struck out in court.
The Gods Cafe and Bar poured its last coffee for university students on Friday.
The federal police refuses to say what action it took against three of its officers who botched the prosecution of a Canberra developer.
A careless moment put police on the trail to Stanley Hou's drug lab, but it took six months to find it.
A flamboyant Cambodian philanthropist is suing Canberra law student over a Facebook comment.
Irreplaceable artifacts tracing Canberra's history will next month go under the hammer and be lost, concerns members say.