Jil Hogan The world is rapidly becoming your oyster, when it comes to local takeaway options, writes Jill Hogan.
Michael Bachelard The Indonesian ambassador to Australia has quietly returned to Canberra in a signal that relations between the two countries are defrosting after last year's spying revelations.
Esther Han and Inga Ting The federal government has bagged an unprecedented $360 million from household bank accounts since a controversial change to unclaimed money laws, Australian Securities and Investments Commission...
Adrian Proszenko, Heath Aston The Abbott government will consider legal action to recoup more than $40 million wasted on Australia's futile bid to host the 2022 football World Cup, won by oil-rich Qatar on the back of alleged...
Megan Doherty Gai Brodtmann and Chris Uhlmann have always been one of Canberra's most intriguing couples
Henry Belot A 36-year-old Canberra man living in Bangkok has been declared missing by his Australian family.
Tony Wright After 5½ years as Australia's first female governor-general, Dame Quentin mounted the steps of the jet, her husband at her side, and waved goodbye.
Natasha Boddy The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and a wailing baby Prince George have farewelled Australia after a hugely popular tour.
Canberra's Mother's Day Classic 5km and 10km walk and run around Lake Burley Griffin.
Scott Hannaford CHIEF Minister Katy Gallagher paints a bleak picture in her opinion piece published today of a city about to be slammed with unfair and lopsided job losses.
Emma Macdonald Australia's new United States ambassador John Berry has presented his credentials in a private ceremony at Government House on Wednesday.
Markus Mannheim Federal bureaucrats are so keen to demonstrate their willingness to serve the Abbott government they are changing the way they spell.
Philip O'Brien Beyond the edges of jazz, electronic and new music is a world of sound that defies easy classification.
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Australia's top spy agency ASIO still cannot be certain when it will move into its imposing new headquarters.
Sketch, Tony Wright, Peter Martin ''Stop the waste,'' Tony Abbott cried endlessly during the federal election, and then made a great show of moving into a little room in Canberra's Australian Police College for $110 a night rather...
Qantas has unveiled the first of five upgraded aircraft for the busy Canberra route.
Remembrance Day 2013 at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
Stephanie Gardiner Stranded in Tripoli, scared and wrongly embroiled in a political scandal because of a piece of ''scurrilous'' gossip, Australian aid worker Alexandra Bean desperately needs the federal government's...
With Joe Hockey in a tutu, Tony Abbott boogeying, Julia Gillard shaking it, Kevin Rudd walking like an Egyptian and Wayne Swan jamming, it turns out federal politicians are the perfect candidates for...