More trees for the ACT

By Rafiqa Fattah THE ACT government have deemed this year’s spring conditions ideal enough to plant approximately 1000 trees in Canberra’s streets and parks. In addition to the 274 trees planted this winter (replacing trees […]

Dodgy goods get gongs

THE sneaky and high cost of a ‘free’ Smurfs app game, the poor treatment flood victims received from insurers and a hatchback with roof racks ‘for cosmetic purposes only’ have all been awarded Shonkys at Choice’s […]

Salvos urge festive plan

By Rafiqa Fattah WITH Christmas season approaching, the Salvation Army has released a booklet for people experiencing financial stress to help plan their Christmas expenditure. “Start planning and managing your money now,”  says Tom Devlin, […]

Institutions lose out

MILLIONS of dollars have been slashed from the ACT’s national attractions according to recently released revised figures from the Federal Government. The figures, which show the cumulative financial impact of the Government’s efficiency dividend, shows […]

ANU’s greener future

THE ANU’s new state-of-the-art $11m Frank Fenner Building was opened today, housing the Fenner School of Environment and Society and the Climate Change Institute. The building was named after the late Emeritus Professor Frank Fenner, […]

Trio rob supermarket

SPAR Supermarket in Ngunnawal was robbed last night by men carrying knives. At about 8.55pm, three men approached the entrance of the supermarket on Jabanungga Avenue, Ngunnawal. Police said the men were carrying knives and […]

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