Phillip Thomson When tiny Shannon Manunui was born at 26 weeks gestation via emergency cesarean at Canberra Hospital, nobody expected her to survive.
Phillip Thomson A THEATRE company is making a play about the Australian Sex Party, complete with Ned Kelly's helmet.
Phillip Thomson IT is rare to see a cake stand so tall it towers above everything else, even appetites.
Phillip Thomson An Oxley home sold at auction for $862,000 yesterday, the second week in a row the suburb's price record has been broken.
Phillip Thomson FOREIGNERS are falling in love with Canberra, according to official figures.
Phillip Thomson MEDICAL experts are seeing more men at Canberra Hospital who have lost hearing because of bar fights and other assaults, according to the hospital's only audiologist.
Phillip Thomson Canberra's southside residents are more likely to be stung by a European wasp than their northside neighbours.
Phillip Thomson A patient at an ACT hospital recently required a second operation after medical staff left a surgical instrument inside the person's abdomen, documents reveal.
Phillip Thomson A teacher and student have received electric shocks at ACT government schools this year, just two of the 41 dangerous incidents which have occurred at Canberra public schools in the past financial...
Phillip Thomson THE lawnmower is replaced with a blower vac and someone else's electricity bill is a vital piece of information.
Phillip Thomson EXTRA staff at Bimberi Youth Justice Centre have helped lower the number of assaults and fewer detainees are needing to be restrained, according to ACT government figures for the past year.
auction Watch By Phillip Thomson SPRING has brought with it some promising results for auctioneers on the Canberra property market.
Phillip Thomson PARLIAMENT House boss Carol Mills is thinking about adding volunteers to the workforce at Australia's most important building.
Phillip Thomson THE CORONER is investigating the case of a person with a disability who died in the care of the ACT government last year.
Phillip Thomson A CORRECTIONAL officer blamed for releasing a detainee a day too late strenuously denied she was at fault and told her superiors the inmate's records had been changed, documents show.
Phillip Thomson WRITER, businessman, adventurer and former Canberran Christopher Ride has just signed another three-book deal but can't shake the setback a tram driver dealt him.
Phillip Thomson IN A QUIET and unassuming way, a 31-year-old woman in Canberra has predicted an extra 32,000 of her countrymen will die each year.
Phillip Thomson A CANBERRA Hospital nurse almost killed on the job by an electric shock says she has exposed serious flaws in the official report into her accident, saying the mishap ended her nursing career and...
PHILLIP THOMSON ASHLEE Bumpus, the young woman injured in an alleged hit-and-run that led to the death of her colleague Linda Cox earlier this year, is now able to get out of her wheelchair.
Phillip Thomson THE NSW Director of Public Prosecutions has dropped investigations into the death of profoundly autistic Canberra teenager Jack Sullivan more than four years ago.