A private consortium led by AFL club the Greater Western Sydney Giants has proposed an $800 million redevelopment of the Manuka Oval and surrounding precinct.
- Neighbours have described the anguish of seeing a boy cradled in the arms of a paramedic, after he was allegedly fatally attacked by his own father in Canberra's north.
- A federal government agency has included Canberra's light rail project on its infrastructure priority list due to increasing congestion costs and projected population growth.
- Staff at one public service agency have voted in a landslide to accept a new offer on wages and conditions, a rare piece of good news for the govt's public service bargaining policy.
- Former Marist students have urged the school to rename a student house that honours a brother who helped move and protect a known child sex offender in the late 1960s.
- The sledging match between two broadcasters has descended into tit-for-tat jibes, with Virginia Haussegger revealing Samantha Armytage's failed attempt to land a job with the ABC.
- Canberra's Enlighten Night Noodle Markets will kick off again next month with an extended food and drink offering after the popularity of the inaugural event.
- David Pocock has revealed the childhood trauma that triggered the "finest thing that ever happened" for the Wallabies flanker and his brothers.
- There was no room for Joe Tapine in the Newcastle Knights NRL team photo on Tuesday, fuelling speculation he is headed to the Canberra Raiders for the 2016 season.
10.10am: The two cars involved in that latest Tuggeranong Parkway crash - which is northbound under the Cotter Road bridge - are off the road but still awaiting tows, so take care if you're heading that way.
10am: A reporter who just passed the Tuggeranong Parkway crash said it's northbound but doesn't look like it's impacting traffic. An ambulance is on the scene.
9.48am: More woes for the Tuggeranong Parkway, it's believed a two-car crash this time near Cotter Road, possibly on the ramp onto the Parkway. Emergency services are on route, so we'll bring more detail as it comes to hand.
9.05am: The Tuggeranong Parkway is now open all directions after an earlier crash involving four vehicles.
Collision Tuggeranong Parkway - Parkway now reopened to the public on all directions.. Drive cautiously..— ACTPol_Traffic (@ACTPol_Traffic) February 16, 2016
8.53am: There's street sweepers on the way to clear up after that four-car crash on the Tuggeranong Parkway but there are still going to be major delays. Steer clear if you're headed that way!
8.43am: We're hearing reports other major roads like Melrose Drive are clogged as commuters try and find a way to get to work that doesn't involve the Tuggeranong Parkway. If you know any sneaky back road short cuts, now is the time to use them.
8.35am: Still no movement on the Tuggeranong Parkway. Just to recap, a four-car crash has blocked traffic heading north from Hindmarsh Drive to Cotter Road. There's no movement on that side while traffic heading south is excruciatingly slow due to people rubbernecking. Please avoid the area.
8.18am: Northbound traffic on Tuggeranong Parkway is going nowhere and apparently southbound traffic is also going nowhere fast. There are reports southbound traffic between Hindmarsh Drive and Cotter Road is banked up to the zoo.
8.12am: Access to the Tuggeranong Parkway from Hindmarsh Drive is now blocked due to a four-car crash. If this is your usual way to work, find a new route.
Collision Tuggeranong Parkway.. NO entry onto the parkway from Hindmarsh Drive citybound.. Take alternate routes.— ACTPol_Traffic (@ACTPol_Traffic) February 16, 2016
8.02am: Traffic is at a standstill on the Tuggeranong Parkway after a four-car collision. Northbound between Hindmarsh Drive and Cotter Road is blocked with a car wedged between a barrier. Massive delays expected.
7.59am: Expect significant delays on the Tuggeranong Parkway between Hindmarsh Drive and Cotter Road after a crash. One lane is blocked and police are warning motorists to avoid the area.
Collision Tuggeranong Parkway northbound between Hindmarsh & Cotter Road. 1 lane blocked. Expected significant delays. Avoid area.— ACTPol_Traffic (@ACTPol_Traffic) February 16, 2016
Look out for roadworks on a northbound section of Gungahlin Drive from Sandford Street in Mitchell to the southern end of Kosciusko Avenue in Palmerston. The disruption should last between 7am and 4pm.
There are other changes surrounding the Majura Parkway with new traffic lights at the intersection of Monaro Highway and Morshead Drive now operational. Motorists travelling northbound from Fyshwick to the airport and Queanbeyan have been encouraged to use either the Fairbairn Avenue exit off Majura Parkway or Morshead Drive.
Ben and Jerry's Openair Cinema is on at Canberra's central lakeside venue on Patrick White Lawns. Until 21 Feb.
See 2015's best political cartoons at the Behind the Lines exhibition at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.
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Today: Mostly sunny. Light winds becoming southeasterly 15 to 20 km/h in the late evening. Max 26.
Thursday: Sunny, light winds. Min 10, Max 29.