Submissions are welcomed into an evaluation of the role and performance of ACT Policing.
As Canberra stoically endures the third day of bushfire smoke from NSW, with another three forecast to come, readers are sharing their photographs of the smoky shroud.
From today (December 9) fines will be given to builders who overlook their responsibilities for housekeeping and waste management on work sites.
"VOICE" has been named Australia’s word of the year ahead of shortlisted terms "fish kill", "climate emergency", "influencer" and "quiet Australians".
With ongoing poor air quality, ACT Health's public health physician, Dr Vanessa Johnston, continues to advise Canberrans to avoid prolonged or heavy physical activity outside when there is smoke around.
UnionsACT is alerting employers about the risks of bushfire smoke, saying there is no safe exposure level for air pollution like smoke.
Missing 15-year-old Brandon D’Alessandro, who hadn't been been seen since Thursday (December 5) in Kaleen, has been located and is safe and well.
The NSW smoke haze across the ACT is expected to worsen and intensify this evening and the smoky conditions are forecast to remain until at least Wednesday.
THE ACT is subsumed by heavy smoke from bushfires burning in NSW.
A truck loaded with 21 pallets of shoe-box-sized "Pamper Packs" has left Fyshwick for Orange, its load destined for distribution to women who have been doing it tough during the drought.
THE Monday following Anzac Day will be recognised as a public holiday in 2020.
Traffic on the Monaro Highway is slow after a single vehicle crash this afternoon (December 6).
"Your Local Plumbing Group" has been penalised $100,000 by the ACT Supreme Court after it made false and misleading claims in the Yellow Pages and local print outlets.
In the lead up to next year's election, ACT Greens leader Shane Rattenbury has introduced a team of climate-focused candidates that he will lead into the election.
The Australian Progressives are strongly urging the Morrison Government to reconsider the changes.
Scientists have invented a new jelly material that mimics biological matter such as skin, ligaments and bone, and is very strong, self-healing and able to change shape.
More than 600 nurses and frontline health staff reported incidents of physical assault in the past year, which has led shadow health minister Vicki Dunne to accuse the ACT government of not having a plan to keep them safe.
The Conservation Council ACT has today (December 5) launched a petition calling on the ACT government to speed up its phase out of gas and immediately stop the roll out of gas infrastructure to new suburbs.
Recent public transport patronage data, collected over a three month period, shows a fall in people using buses in three Canberra regions.
There will be more Australian-grown prawns this Christmas helped by a new prawn health check, says the CSIRO.