New reduced speed limits catches no motorists out

The introduction of urban 40km/h speed limits have failed to fine a single driver for breaking the new local road laws.

Crash causes heavy traffic on Canberra Avenue

Traffic is heavy heading westbound on Canberra Avenue, Fyshwick, following a car accident this morning (May 5). 

Motorists face fines for posting unsafe driving online

Motorists that have posted footage to social media of them driving dangerously can expect to have a traffic infringement notice sent to them in the next few weeks, warns acting superintendent of ACT road police Donna Hofmeier. 

Car almost struck pedestrians on Holt path

Three people were forced to jump out of the way when a Holden allegedly drove onto a dirt path in Holt yesterday (May 2). 

‘Postie-in-reverse’ steals parcels from homes

PACKAGES have been stolen from homes in Gungahlin by a "postie in reverse" on a motorcycle. 

Police bring one-night burglary spree to an end

Police bring a one-night burglary spree to an end...

Drug swoop on ute in public car park

POLICE have swooped on a Nissan utility in a public car park in Belconnen and discovered about 420 grams of cocaine in the vehicle. 

Cops want help untangling parkway pile up

POLICE are chasing witnesses and dash-cam footage following a multi-car pile up on the Tuggeranong Parkway.

Driver comes forward in cycling incident

The driver of the vehicle that collided with a cyclist travelling north on Marcus Clarke Street, Civic, has come forward.

Police investigating fatal collision in Tuggeranong

ACT police are investigating a single-vehicle fatality that occurred late on Tuesday night (April 27) on the Tuggeranong Parkway.

‘Cavalier’ attitude led to unlawful access of data

A Commonwealth Ombudsman report released today (April 27) revealed that a long-standing, cavalier attitude to the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979 contributed to the unlawful accessing of telecommunications data by police. 

Police dismayed by weekend of ‘selfish’ speeders

Clocked going 90km/h over the posted speed limit, a 32-year-old man with a probationary licence was one of 50 drivers nabbed for speeding over the Anzac Day long weekend.

New police station supports crime reduction 

A $31 million, state-of-the-art policing facility was officially unveiled in Queanbeyan yesterday (April 26).

Alleged cattery burglar found and facing court

PUBLIC response and and forensic evidence have helped identify a man police believe is responsible for the burglary of a cat boarding house in Weston.

P-plate teen loses licence after 136km/h parkway dash

A 17-year-old girl will lose her licence for speeding after being detected driving at 136km/h on the Majura Parkway at about 11.13 last night (April 24).

Man stabbed outside Civic nightclub

A MAN was stabbed in the stomach outside a nightclub in Petrie Plaza, Civic, early this morning.

Man stopped, searched for drugs at bus station

A man coming into Canberra on a bus from Sydney yesterday (April 22) was allegedly found with gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB), cannabis and methamphetamine.

Police confirm identity of man in hospital

Police are urgently trying to identify a man in hospital whose health is deteriorating. 

Cops search man for cocaine at train station

A Deakin man was found with what police believe is cocaine after he arrived at Canberra Railway Station from Sydney yesterday (April 22) morning. 

Slow down: Double demerits begin tonight

From midnight tonight (April 22), motorists caught committing traffic offences will incur double demerits until the end of the Anzac Day long-weekend. 





Canberra co-captain calls it quits amid run of Raiders losses

Poor performances that have not matched the form of the Canberra Raiders over recent seasons has compelled Josh Hodgson to step down from the captaincy.  


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