Temporary smoke cover may be present today (November 26) as the ACT Parks and Conservation Service conduct hazard reduction burns at Jerrabomberra Wetlands and Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve.
A man is in Canberra Hospital with serious injuries after a school bus and a car collided in Sutton yesterday (November 25) afternoon.
After just over a year in the job, the ACT Integrity's inaugural commissioner, Dennis Cowdroy, says he will resign from his position in the new year.
Parts of the ACT government website and the Legislative Assembly website are currently down, with no word of when they'll be running normally again.
After three weeks of bin chaos, the city services directorate has been notified that there will be no driver protests for the rest of the week.
A local women's advocacy and support organisation will turn the city orange for 16 days to raise awareness of the worsening situation of violence against women in Australia.
Cars parked near the Belconnen Skate Park were damaged last night (November 24) and now ACT police are calling for witnesses to come forward.
The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) is urging the public to do a quick online charity credential check before donating this festive season, to avoid giving money to "fraudster" charities.
Police and the family of James Cameron hold concerns for his welfare after the 52-year-old went missing on Sunday (November 22).
After the community expressed concerns about early morning speedsters, ACT police conducted a two-day, early morning speeding blitz where they nabbed 12 motorists on major roads.
FOR a woman who doesn’t like to talk about herself, the inaugural Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise ombudsman and former ACT chief minister, Kate Carnell, has accomplished a lot of things worth talking about.
Journalist and social historian NICHOLE OVERALL follows up an earlier column and previews a new podcast on the mystery murders of Canberra women.
Up to 16,000 Canberra renters could face eviction by the end of January if rental debts are not cleared before eviction moratoriums are officially lifted, according research released by Better Renting Australia today (November 25).
About 150 returning Australians will fly into Canberra on Thursday (November 26) aboard a government-facilitated flight from Singapore.
The global pandemic is not over and won’t be for a long time yet – but the light is getting brighter, writes MICHAEL HEAD.
The "chilly, long night" taking photos out at Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve was worth it for professional photographer Matt Tomkins, who was awarded a top photo award yesterday (November 23).
Despite many retailers saying no to cash for hygiene reasons, retiring Royal Australian Mint boss Ross MacDiarmid says COVID-19 forced many people to use cash and stash left over coins in piggy banks, jars and wallets.
Restrictions on travel from Victoria to the ACT have been lifted today with quarantine-free travel to the territory now open to all states and territories.
Two drivers had their cars seized by police early Sunday (November 22) morning after they were caught racing at high speeds on Canberra Avenue.
Motorists are urged to avoid five major Canberra roads on their commute home after roads were damaged by severe weather today (November 23) and last night, according to the ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES).