ACT Policing’s Regional Targeting Team is seeking the public’s help in identifying four men who may be able to assist the investigation into a serious assault which occurred in Braddon last weekend (Sunday, November 23). The men are believed to have attended Hopscotch Bar on Saturday night (22 November) where they were involved in a […]
A 28-year-old Evatt man will face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning (Saturday, November 29) charged with drug trafficking. About 12.50am this morning, police were conducting a patrol of Dickson when they observed lights on inside a construction site and heard power tools operating. Police entered the work-site and observed three males on the second […]
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to a collision that occurred on Covington Crescent, Charnwood last night (Thursday, 27 November). Between 7.30pm and 8.00pm a motorcycle rider left the road and struck a tree. He was conveyed to hospital by ACT Ambulance Services. He has since been flown to a Sydney hospital with serious spinal injuries. […]
AT a Q&A last Monday between arts strategist David Fishel and National Museum director Mathew Trinca, Fishel suggested to assembled arts community CEOs, members of the Childers Group and artist that fighting the Government over arts funding was a waste of time—other measure were required to move ahead. That’s not what Nicholas Gledhill and Australia’s […]
THE Scandinavian Australian Association is putting on a Christmas Bazaar in the Albert Hall this coming Sunday. It’s running from 12 noon to 4pm. Christmas fare, entertainment, gifts and snacks all of a Scandanavian hue will be available. They would, however, like a gold coin donation on entry.