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Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton.

Huawei exec: Peter Dutton said the US 'dropped the ball' on technology

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton.

A Huawei manager claims the Home Affairs Minister slammed the US government over China a month before Huawei was blocked as a 5G supplier to Australian telcos.

  • by Jennifer Duke

ACT government puts a stop to Canberra casino expansion

An artist's impression of the proposed redevelopment of Canberra Casino, now scotched by the ACT government.

The announcement comes as Aquis Entertainment announced it had been in talks to sell the casino.

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy, Kirsten Lawson & Katie Burgess

'There was no Plan B': Trump scrambles to find chief of staff

John Kelly (right) will leave the White House this month but there is no replacement for him.

He was left at the altar when his only pick for chief of staff turned him down. Now, Trump has found himself in an unexpected predicament.

  • by Philip Rucker, Josh Dawsey & Robert Costa

A-League expansion day: What happens now?

Canberra have firmed as one of the favourites of the six remaining bids.

There are three options on the table for Canberra's A-League expansion bid.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan

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Police are investigating after Alice and Amanda Hanks' dog Ruby was shot.

When Alice's dog Ruby had leg issues, she was rushed to the vet. They found a bullet

Alice and Amanda Hanks are keeping Ruby, a dachshund-labrador cross, inside after it was apparently shot last Monday

  • by Jasper Lindell
Nicola, left, with Simon and Madelyn Newton, 2, with two-day-old Finley.

Where Canberra's mums are having the most kids

Nicola and Simon Newton's newborn son, Finley, who was born on Sunday, starts life during a Canberra baby boom.

  • by Jasper Lindell
A trip on light rail and the bus will cost you the same, when the new network begins running next year.

How much will it cost to catch light rail in Canberra?

The 2019 public transport fares have been released and for the first time light rail ticket prices are included.

  • by Katie Burgess
Anthony Murfett, pictured, is the deaputy head of the Australian Space Agency, which will be based in Adelaide.

Space sham: Andrew Barr blasts space base decision

Andrew Barr has blasted the federal government's decision to overlook Canberra as the permanent home for Australia's space agency.

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy
Dear male cyclists, lose the attitude
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Dear male cyclists, lose the attitude

At intersections, while waiting at a red light, I’ve noticed male cyclists ride straight past me and stop.

  • by Jayne D’Arcy
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An Australian Border Force Cape class patrol boat.

Stop the boats: Email exposes Border Force plans to save money by halting ocean patrols

A leaked email shows the Australian Border Force plans to save money on fuel by pulling ships from ocean patrols.

  • by Nicole Hasham

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Is one of the biggest hotels in this town a pseudo-hotel?

Is one of the biggest hotels in this town a pseudo-hotel?

Visitors to this holiday destination might not even realise they're staying in a room that's part of a business worth nearly $3 million a year.

  • by Tawar Razaghi
More than 20 new retailers set to enliven ANU in February

More than 20 new retailers set to enliven ANU in February

The transformation of Canberra’s inner city is set to get a boost early next year when the first offerings at the Lane and the Lawn in ANU’s Kambri open.

  • by Lucy Bladen

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Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton.

Huawei exec: Peter Dutton said the US 'dropped the ball' on technology

A Huawei manager claims the Home Affairs Minister slammed the US government over China a month before Huawei was blocked as a 5G supplier to local telcos.

  • by Jennifer Duke

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Margot Robbie stars as Queen Elizabeth I in Mary, Queen of Scots.

Critics slam Margot Robbie's portrayal of Queen Elizabeth

"Wildly miscast, she turns the accomplished queen into a vain old crone." 

  • by Broede Carmody
Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?

Is Die Hard a Christmas Movie? Your definitive guide to Christmas arguments

From the "War on Christmas" to Baby, It's Cold Outside and Love Actually, there's an endless supply of Christmas debates to be had.

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Smart toys gift guide: five ways to educate and entertain with tech

Smart toys gift guide: five ways to educate and entertain with tech

Five toys you can give the children in your life to help develop the skills they need to take on the world.

  • by Alice Clarke
The simple way we can get school kids to be more active

The simple way we can get school kids to be more active

According to a new Australian study, the solution is to let children wear their sports uniforms every day.

  • by Ariane Beeston

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Canberra have firmed as one of the favourites of the six remaining bids.

A-League expansion day: What happens now?

There are three options on the table for Canberra's A-League expansion bid.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan
Canberra A-League bid leader Michael Caggiano faces a nervous wait on Wednesday.

Canberra await A-League D-Day but decision could be delayed

A delay on the Victorian government's decision to fund Dandenong Stadium for Team 11 will likely see an expansion decision pushed into the new year.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan

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