Five people broke into a Spence home early this morning (July 10) before assaulting the three residents inside.
Health facilities, including hospitals, across the ACT will return to tighter visitor restrictions of one visitor per patient, per day, next week.
ACT policing has stood up a dedicated team to check the increasing number of people self-isolating and quarantining in the ACT, says Canberra’s top cop Neil Gaughan.
The Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party of the ACT has officially registered for Canberra's October election.
Canberra's confirmed another new coronavirus case, bringing to ACT's total to 113.
Three more COVID-19 testing clinics will open over the next week to meet a recent increase in demand for coronavirus testing.
Nationally, the suppression versus elimination debate is one that we’ve never properly had. Maybe it’s time we did, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
A Griffith man's been charged with murder after he allegedly assaulted and killed a man in Kingston Hotel on Sunday (July 5).
A ute driver allegedly didn't stop after colliding with a motorcyclist in Florey last week.
The international student airlift planned by the ANU and UC has been postponed.
No one's to blame for new coronavirus cases, said ACT chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman, who is urging Canberrans to be kind to one another so people continue to get tested.
In response to the quickly evolving situation in Victoria, ACT chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman says Canberra will postpone moving to stage three easing of restrictions.
Canberra's newest confirmed coronavirus case was infectious when he went into a Gungahlin store on Monday (July 6).
The man who died following a fight inside the Kingston Hotel on Sunday (July 5) night is from Dalmeny, NSW, police report.
Hours after Chief Minister Andrew Barr made an announcement about the easing of coronavirus restrictions planned for Friday (July 10), he made a second announcement saying the relaxing of restrictions will likely be postponed.
After about a month of being coronavirus-free, the ACT has recorded three new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours.
Electric vehicle (EV) owners could get paid for putting electricity from their car batteries back into the grid, if a new Canberra trial is successful.
Two armed men forced their way into a Chisholm home before they injured a resident and stole items from the property last night (July 7).
Under the restrictions, people will only be able to leave their home to shop for essential goods and services, for care and compassionate reasons, exercise, and for work and study if it cannot be conducted from home, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Stage three easing of restrictions will still go ahead this Friday (July 10) but Chief Minister Andrew Barr says the government has had to make some changes because of "significant concern" in light of Melbourne's coronavirus outbreak.