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Canberra Now: Idea could save millions; and Raiders work on Wagga deal

Canberra Now: Idea could save millions; and Raiders work on Wagga deal

Plus market value rates reform knocked back; and butchers bring home the bacon.

  • by Stephen Jeffery

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Canberra Now: Kings Ave light rail woes; Greens propose new rates system

Canberra Now: Kings Ave light rail woes; Greens propose new rates system

Plus Cook's voyage journal's reunited, and calls for a new ice rink.

  • by Stephen Jeffery
One killed in crash on Yarra Glen, two in custody after search

One killed in crash on Yarra Glen, two in custody after search

A man and woman are in police custody after a search following a fatal crash.

Turning death into a final act of generosity through body donation

Turning death into a final act of generosity through body donation

Where do we go when we die? Well a small number of us will end up back at universities.

  • by Georgina Connery and Stephen Jeffrey
Police release CCTV footage of Dunlop Woolworths cigarette burglary

Police release CCTV footage of Dunlop Woolworths cigarette burglary

Have you seen this pair?

ACT Policing suggests exemption for integrity commission oversight

ACT Policing suggests exemption for integrity commission oversight

The service said the existing anti-corruption policies and scrutiny could be "duplicated".

  • by Stephen Jeffery
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The Canberra region truffle growers supplying Sydney's restaurants

The Canberra region truffle growers supplying Sydney's restaurants

The "black gold" continues to generate interest from visitors and Sydney restaurants.

  • by Stephen Jeffery
New ACT Treasury role to work on industrial relations

New ACT Treasury role to work on industrial relations

Job listing comes after major workplace announcements in Budget.

  • by Stephen Jeffery
Qatar Airways promises to introduce Canberra route despite diplomatic crisis

Qatar Airways promises to introduce Canberra route despite diplomatic crisis

Airline is banned from flying over its neighbouring countries' airspace, but expansion to continue.

  • by Stephen Jeffery
Harmonie German Club reports $200,000 profit after years of losses

Harmonie German Club reports $200,000 profit after years of losses

The result came after a $41,000 loss in the previous financial year.

  • by Stephen Jeffery
Richman Place asbestos houses demolished, affordable housing to be built

Richman Place asbestos houses demolished, affordable housing to be built

The six Kambah houses made almost entirely out of asbestos are no more.

  • by Stephen Jeffery