Good morning, Canberra.
The dust - and glitter - has settled in Braddon after hundreds of Canberrans took to the streets overnight to celebrate the marriage equality survey results.
We're in for a top of 23 degrees today but don't forget that umbrella - showers are likely and there's the chance of a thunderstorm.
Grab a coffee (or tea) and catch up on what's making news this morning.
There might be a few sore heads this morning.
Glitter faces kissed, danced and sang along to George Michael in Braddon on Wednesday, celebrating a national vote in favour of marriage equality.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr was among revellers packed into the bustling suburb, storming the stage to cheers and chants of "ACT, ACT".
For some, the celebrations came with mixed emotions after a "difficult" campaign.
Emily Baker filed this report from the scene.
You can catch up on more marriage equality coverage, including next steps, here:
Get ready for a sleep-deprived June 2018, football fans.
Australia has qualified for the 2018 World Cup in Russia after defeating Honduras 3-1 Wednesday night.
Catch up on the match here.
Next year's Groovin the Moo music festival could be the site of a pill testing trial.
The ACT government says it would consider allowing pill testing at the event, after Spilt Milk festival pulled out of a trial last month.
Health Minister Meegan Fitzharris said she expected the consortium behind the proposed trial at Spilt Milk to approach the government about a similar initiative at 2018's Groovin the Moo.
As Daniella White reports, there's still plenty to discuss first.
Some sad news you may have missed.
Police believe a body found in the Murrumbidgee River on Saturday is that of a Canberra man reported missing in September.
An ACT Policing spokeswoman said the body had not been formally identified but the family of a missing person had been contacted.
You can read more here.
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