Some infant formula contains more sugar than soda

Some formula milks have double the sugar per serving than a glass of soda, writes GEMMA BRIDGE.

Health minister accused of ‘laughing’ at hospital patients

The opposition has accused ACT Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith of "laughing" at Canberrans requiring urgent medical attention.

Dead fish are discarded catch, says spokesperson

Dead fish in Lake Ginninderra were found to be discarded catch, according to an ACT government spokesperson following the "surprise" discovery of dead carp by a Canberra local last night. 

Calls to make domestic violence statistics known

The ACT Greens is calling on the ACT government to count the number of women murdered in domestic violence incidents and the number of ACT women who report living in fear of their lives, and make the statistics publicly available. 

‘Firies fridge’ inspires museum to collect fire stories

The arrival of a fridge has inspired the National Museum of Australia to call on the public to share any stories that honour front line emergency workers following a period of unprecedented fires. 

Canberra man shocked by dead fish on evening walk

Local man Fayyaz Mumtaz was shocked to find dead fish in Lake Ginninderra on an evening walk around the lake last night (February 20). 

Mum ‘assaulted’ and child taken in Wanniassa

The 36-year-old man who had stolen a car with a 14-month-old child in it in Wanniassa on Wednesday (February 19) allegedly assaulted the child's mother first. 

Second man arrested over Kambah fire

Another man has been arrested in relation to the house fire that put resident's lives in danger in November. 

Evacuated frogs and koalas return home

Northern Corroboree Frogs and koalas have returned home to Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve after being evacuated and housed at the Australian National University during the fires. 

Canberra Hospital’s 19-year fall from the top

Four in five Canberrans requiring urgent medical attention at the Canberra Hospital emergency department are not seen on time, according to the Canberra Health Services Half Yearly Performance Report.

ACT fire chief will retire at end of bushfire season

After more than three decades working in Canberra's emergency services, ACT Rural Fire Service (ACTRFS) chief officer Joe Murphy will hang up his firefighters’ helmet at the end of the bushfire season in April.

Smouldering fire at recycling centre

ACT Fire & Rescue and Aviation Rescue Firefighters are tonight (February 19) at the recycling facility on Underwood Street, Beard, trying to extinguish a smouldering rubbish pile.

Man helping police as ‘stolen’ baby is found

UPDATE/ 7PM: Police this evening reported that the 15-month-old child had been located safe and well. The vehicle had been found and the man was assisting police.

Teen in hospital after bikes crash in Lyneham

A 14-year-old cyclist was taken to hospital after colliding with another cyclist yesterday (February 18). 

Airport security contractor hits back at unions’ ‘unfounded’ pay claims

Certis Security Australia, the Canberra Airport's security contractor, has hit back at the United Workers Union saying its claims are unfounded after it accused Certis of docking the pay of employees who couldn't get to work during the bushfires. 

Gang member charged for Kambah fire

A Canberra Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang (OMCG) member has been arrested in relation to a house fire in Kambah late last year. 

New crossing can’t come soon enough for Ian

UNABLE to get to the pedestrian crossing at the top of the hill, residents of Narrabundah's Jindalee Aged Care Residences are risking their lives every day to get across the road to the bus stop, says resident Ian Trewhella. 

Deepak pushes for local recognition of the Griffins

Canberra Labor MLA Deepak-Raj Gupta will tomorrow (Wednesday, February 19) move a motion calling on the ACT government to investigate better ways of recognising Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahoney Griffin in the ACT. 

Calls for Canberra Airport to sack its security contractor

Australian security union, the United Workers Union, is calling on Canberra Airport to sack its security contractor after it docked the pay of workers who were unable to get to work because of the smoke and fires.

BOM predicts wild weather across Canberra

Severe thunderstorms, strong winds, heavy rainfall and hail are predicted cause havoc in the ACT this afternoon (February 18), according to the Bureau of Meteorology. 

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