THE woodfires were on last night across Canberra if my sense of smell is any guide. And the first fog of the year added atmosphere...
The weekend's heavy rains has led to the closure of rural roads and unsealed roads around the territory.
A woman has managed to break free after she was grabbed by a man in Turner on Sunday (March 17) morning.
A female driver is dead after her vehicle collided with a fire truck in Barton this afternoon (October 21).
FIVE people have been charged with drug driving offences in the ACT on the weekend.
POLICE seized 93 cannabis plants during a raid on a house in Gungahlin on Saturday (April 18), following a tip-off from a member of the public.
JESSICA Denham, 28, reported missing since early this morning, has been found safe and well, say police.
Canberra's top road cop is warning motorists of unmarked police cars and double demerits over the Labour Day long weekend.
A man known to the Queanbeyan region is on the run with outstanding warrants for drug-related offences, and police need help finding him.
Police can now capture high-quality footage of vehicles and registration plates, even those travelling in the opposite direction at highway speeds, after adding two new "state of the art" cars to their fleet.
POLICE are calling for help to find a missing teenage girl last seen in Latham at about 10.40pm on Friday, November 27.
Police have released CCTV footage as part of the investigation into an alleged arson in Weston on Thursday.
Police are searching for 36-year-old Rian Minnis after he went missing on Thursday, January 14.
POLICE were called to a house in Page this morning (February 20) to find one person dead and three others seriously injured following a disturbance in Braine Street.
Firefighters are working to remove a person from a small pantech truck following a two-vehicle crash in Lyons this afternoon (March 18).
Police seized hundreds of cannabis plants from a Dunlop home this morning (April 1).
FLOODWATER is estimated to breach the unfinished wall of the new Cotter Dam by 7pm tonight, says ACTEW managing director Mark Sullivan. Earlier this afternoon...
THE Bureau of Meteorology has forecast damaging winds averaging 60 to 70 km/h with gusts exceeding 90 km/h, over elevated parts of the southern ranges and ACT above 1200 metres today
Police are seeking help as they work to establish the circumstances leading to a silver Holden Astra smashing into a tree on the Monaro Highway.