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Tuggeranong Parkway is Canberra's speeding danger zone

Tuggeranong Parkway is Canberra's speeding danger zone

Tuggeranong Parkway is where Canberra drivers are most often caught speeding excessively, data shows.

  • by Elliot Williams

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Canberrans asked to watch for posties after road injury rates revealed
Canberra

Canberrans asked to watch for posties after road injury rates revealed

Canberra postie Shane Wilson was just starting his run with his workmate when a car clipped his motorcycle from behind before veering and collecting his friend.

  • by Finbar O'Mallon
Thumbs down for some to smiley-faced speed detection signs in the ACT
Canberra

Thumbs down for some to smiley-faced speed detection signs in the ACT

It seems some motorists are trying to race against the signs to wipe away the smiley face.

  • by Megan Doherty
Most Australians find driverless cars dangerous, study finds
Cars

Most Australians find driverless cars dangerous, study finds

Young people and men were the most likely to use the new technology.

  • by Andrew Brown
Driven to distraction: driver caught on phone with dog on lap

Driven to distraction: driver caught on phone with dog on lap

Police pull over driver with dog on lap while on phone

Kangaroo collisions spike causing smash repair backlog
Canberra

Kangaroo collisions spike causing smash repair backlog

In 40 years the problem has never been so bad, said Braddon Smash Repairs owner Jeff Badcoe.

  • by Elliot Williams
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Police seek information on blue Peugeot involved in hit and run
Roads

Police seek information on blue Peugeot involved in hit and run

The incident left a man with serious injuries when the driver did not stop to offer assistance.

How long must we wait for road?
Opinion
Opinion

How long must we wait for road?

The mammoth task of building the White Pass railway: faster than the widening of Gundaroo Drive.

Statistics show safe passing laws for cyclists are barely enforced
Canberra

Statistics show safe passing laws for cyclists are barely enforced

ACT Policing has issued very few infringements or cautions since the start of 2016 for passing cyclists in an unsafe manner.

  • by Blake Foden
ACT Labor backbencher hits out at P-plater curfew
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ACT Labor backbencher hits out at P-plater curfew

Murrumbidgee MLA Chris Steel has said a P-plate curfew means young people in Canberra will be "second class citizens".

  • by Finbar O'Mallon
Three dead after fiery crash south of Canberra
Roads

Three dead after fiery crash south of Canberra

Police say it is "absolutely astounding" a young boy survived a fiery crash south of Canberra that left three people dead.

  • by Rachel Clun & Blake Foden