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Ainslie family targeted in alleged home invasion

Ainslie family targeted in alleged home invasion

A great-grandfather required multiple stitches to the head after being struck with a gas bottle during the alleged incident.

  • by Andrew Brown

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Police seek information after Charnwood McDonald's robbery
Crime

Police seek information after Charnwood McDonald's robbery

Police are urging people with information about a masked man who robbed Charnwood McDonald's on Monday to come forward

  • by Jasper Lindell
Army captain jailed for raping colleague with beer bottle
Crime

Army captain jailed for raping colleague with beer bottle

An Australian army captain has been sentenced in a Canberra military court for raping a fellow officer.

  • by Alexandra Back
Alleged carjacker on ice binge during knifepoint robbery, say police
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Canberra

Alleged carjacker on ice binge during knifepoint robbery, say police

Renee Marie Serena faced court on Saturday morning after police allegedly found her in a car that was stolen at knifepoint.

  • by Andrew Brown
Canberra's new police chief is in it for the long haul
Organised crime

Canberra's new police chief is in it for the long haul

After 33 years, Canberra's new chief of police Ray Johnson says some things never change.

  • by Sally Pryor
Canberra woman died after own dog turned on her
Canberra

Canberra woman died after own dog turned on her

A Canberra woman bled to death after being attacked by her own dog Simba, a coroner has found.

  • by Alexandra Back
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Police concerned cannabis bill doesn't mention drug driving
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Police concerned cannabis bill doesn't mention drug driving

A bill to legalise cannabis for personal use in the ACT does not take into account drug driving laws, and that has police concerned.

  • by Sally Pryor
Firefighters called to two fires in one night at Canberra prison
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Crime

Firefighters called to two fires in one night at Canberra prison

Police and fire crews had just packed up and left the scene of a fire at the Alexander Maconochie Centre on Sunday night when another blaze broke out.

  • by Sherryn Groch
Canberran charged with trying to sell stolen dog online
Canberra

Canberran charged with trying to sell stolen dog online

The seven-year-old poodle was found three days after it was stolen only after it was advertised for sale online.

  • by Andrew Brown
'Nagging doubt' proved a reasonable doubt in Eastman case
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Analysis

'Nagging doubt' proved a reasonable doubt in Eastman case

The assassination of Colin Winchester on January 10, 1989, was and is the most sensational crime ever to occur in the ACT.

  • by Jack Waterford
David Eastman case a boon for legal eagles
Crime

David Eastman case a boon for legal eagles

The case of David Eastman will give generations of lawyers and law students something to pore over.

  • by Sally Pryor