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Higher petrol prices reflect a lack of competition? Don’t think so
Opinion
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Higher petrol prices reflect a lack of competition? Don’t think so

The price gap between here and elsewhere is about 25¢ a litre.

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Light rail makes it to last stop, as drivers prepare for city runs
ACT government

Light rail makes it to last stop, as drivers prepare for city runs

With the tram now able to get to the Alinga Street terminal using its own power, it's time for drivers to start runs from the Mitchell depot to Civic.

  • by Katie Burgess & Jasper Lindell
Labor foreshadows changes to compulsory third party insurance bill
ACT government

Labor foreshadows changes to compulsory third party insurance bill

However the changes don't go far enough to secure the support of the Greens. Yet.

  • by Katie Burgess
Greens demand huge changes on CTP to pass bill
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Greens demand huge changes on CTP to pass bill

The ACT Greens have split from their parliamentary partners on compulsory third party insurance.

  • by Katie Burgess
Police call for witnesses to alleged road rage incident

Police call for witnesses to alleged road rage incident

A white Honda Jazz was allegedly sideswiped on William Hovell Drive.

Hatchbacks are Canberra's favourite as Australia goes with utes
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Hatchbacks are Canberra's favourite as Australia goes with utes

Hatchbacks and smaller sedans were Canberra's favourite new cars in 2018 while the rest of Australia went for something bigger.

  • by Finbar O'Mallon
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A few tips - and requests - for Canberra tourists invading the coast
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A few tips - and requests - for Canberra tourists invading the coast

I understand the appeal - pristine water, clean white sand, endless bushwalks and trendy cafes - but please pack some manners and common sense.

  • by Emily Barton
Change to proven system may put police at risk, says union

Change to proven system may put police at risk, says union

Major changes are planned to the proven ACT police radio network. The police union is concerned that these are unnecessary and may compromise officer safety.

  • by Peter Brewer
Double demerits from Friday until New Year's Day

Double demerits from Friday until New Year's Day

Double demerits apply to all speed, seat belt and mobile phone offences from Friday until New Year's Day

  • by Jasper Lindell
'Leave no stone unturned': Architect's message on light rail stage two
Light rail

'Leave no stone unturned': Architect's message on light rail stage two

Light rail could now go via State Circle on its way from Civic to Woden, although there are complications with that route too.

  • by Katie Burgess
Truck crashes into Commonwealth Avenue Bridge on Parkes Way
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Truck crashes into Commonwealth Avenue Bridge on Parkes Way

Both westbound lanes of Parkes Way under the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge have reopened after a truck crashed into the bridge on Tuesday morning.