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Man critical after being stabbed in neck

A man's been airlifted to Canberra Hospital in a stable but critical condition after he was stabbed in the neck multiple times in Goulburn yesterday (June 23). 

Ram raids hit northern shops

Witnesses or dash-cam footage is sought after two early morning ram-raids today (June 24) in Ngunnawal and Charnwood.

Six-car crash causes Federal Highway delays

EMERGENCY services are urging motorists to avoid the southbound lane of the Federal Highway, near Flemington Road, after a six-car crash this morning (June...

Almost half a million spent on tram-launch party, say Libs

The ACT government spent $446,000 to throw a party launching light rail and that's got Liberal MLA Candice Burch hopping with indignation.

Abortion services extended around Canberra

From July 1, women seeking an abortion will be able to do so with a local general practitioner or telehealth provider, rather than before, which was only through an approved medical facility. 

Musos jam against ACT sound laws

Garema Place in Civic came alive today (June 21) for International Make Music Day when MusicACT threw a lunchtime concert called “Let Music Live” to protest against sound and planning laws, writes HELEN MUSA.

Almost 600 drivers misuse disability permits

Almost 600 drivers have been caught using lost, stolen or invalid disability parking permits since February 15.

Shades planned for more playgrounds

PLAYGROUNDS in Hughes, Isaacs, Monash and Macquarie are to have shade sails installed as part of a refresh of 19 play spaces across Canberra.

Nine years later, police call on witnesses

It's almost been nine years since two aggravated robberies occurred, one at Wanniassa Red Rooster, and another at the Lanyon Vikings Club, but police are calling for the witnesses who came forward at the time, to come forward again. 

‘Moonlight’ concert to raise funds for rural aid

Canberra Grammar School will hold a "Moonlight Concert" 2019 fundraiser tonight (June 20) to help Rural Aid purchase 20 guitars for Boorowa Public School in NSW affected by drought.

Sharrouf’s complex allegiance to IS

AUSTRALIAN Zaynab Sharrouf was taken by her parents to the conflict zone in the Islamic State at the age of 13.

Interstate scammer caught in Queanbeyan

A man was arrested at a motel in Queanbeyan yesterday (June 19) after he allegedly scammed several people out of money by pretending to sell electrical goods and then taking a deposit. He then ceased contact with "buyers". 

Discovery could stop allergies before they begin

Researchers from ANU have discovered a new cell type that could stop allergies and deadly anaphylaxis before they even begin.

Drivers fight on Narrabundah roadside

Two drivers, one who was driving a white-coloured Audi Q7 station wagon, and the other driving a gold-coloured Volkswagen Golf, pulled over on the side of a road at Narrabundah yesterday (June 18) and were involved in a fight.  

Come on, local Libs, hit the phones for Canberra

"The Canberra Liberals need to demonstrate they could offer something different to the out-of-touch regime now in power as the ACT government," writes Canberra Matters columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.

Mobile bans on learner drivers

ALL drivers with "L" or "P" plates will be banned from using a mobile device from July 1. 

Canberra’s biggest clean water program finishes

Canberra's biggest clean water program is now complete after 20 healthy waterway projects were done across Canberra, according to ACT Senator Zed Seselja and ACT Environment Minister Mick Gentleman.

Have you seen Perry?

THE family of 59-year-old, Perry Wiles, has serious concerns of his wellbeing after he went missing more than a week ago. 

Bald Archy founder dies in car smash

Arts editor HELEN MUSA remembers Peter Batey, founder of the Bald Archy Prize, who has died in a car accident. 

Video shows ute smash through store

Police have released video footage showing unknown offenders using cars to smash into two Canberra stores early yesterday morning (June 13). 




Migrant cleaners at risk of losing jobs

Cleaners working for the ACT government are at risk of losing their jobs if they're from a migrant background, according to Shadow Minister for Business and Employment Andrew Wall. 


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