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The number of people hospitalised with COVID-19 in the ACT has fallen, but new cases have shot up to almost 1500 today (June 29).
A string of frosty mornings has led to Canberrans being reminded to supervise vehicles while defrosting, as criminals target unattended, idling vehicles.
More than 6300 Canberra households have applied for the ACT government's Sustainable Household Scheme, totalling more than $60 million in approved loans for renewable energy products.
A new report shows that between October and December, only 56.8 per cent of people presenting to ACT hospitals spent four hours or less waiting in emergency departments.
A controversial development application for nine housing units in Ainslie to accommodate vulnerable women has been signed off by Planning Minister Mick Gentleman under call-in powers.
Canberra's residential construction industry has the highest number of workers’ compensation claims for the past five years compared to any other sector in the territory, new analysis from WorkSafe ACT has found.
Fifteen live music and performance venues across Canberra will share in $502,575 from a second round of the ACT government's "Amp It Up!" funding.
"LET'S face it, “Urinetown” has to be the worst title ever dreamt up for a stage musical – but at least you won't forget it," says arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The Minister for Edufacation wants to have a word with you all...
A Turner block on Northbourne Avenue has sold at auction today (June 28) for $59.3 million.
A 19-year-old P-plater was last night (June 27) caught driving 45km/h over the speed limit on Gungahlin Drive, telling police officers he “just wanted to get home quickly.”
A land ballot at Macnamara has been inundated with more than 7400 applications for just 51 blocks, triggering renewed calls for more housing supply in the capital.