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Minister plans mosque visit after NZ shootings

ACT Minister plans mosque visit after NZ shootings.

Serious assault in Palmerston: four in hospital

Serious assault in Palmerston overnight with four people being rushed to hospital.

Spirited protest by school kids in Civic

MIKE WELSH reports from the School Kids 4 Climate Action rally in Civic.
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Older Canberrans travel free for Seniors Week

Older Canberrans can travel on Transport Canberra services for free from Monday, March 18 to Sunday, March 24, for Seniors Week.  

New bus network ‘jeopardises’ student safety

STUDENT safety is being jeopardised at some schools because of inadequacies in the new bus network, says the ACT Council of Parents and Citizens Associations...

Video released after Civic assault

WHILE on patrol in Civic last month, police spotted a man with facial injuries and have now released video footage of two people who...

Ron’s Hawker chapter comes to a close

WHAT started as a rumour has now become true and Ron Robertson has decided to shut shop – Ron’s Book Shop – at the...

‘Hulk-like’ material thrives in harsh conditions

NOT only can a number of 2D materials withstand being sent into space but the same materials can also potentially thrive in harsh conditions,...

Video shows police overtaken by drunk driver

A JERRABOMBERRA man was drink driving yesterday (March 12) when he overtook an unmarked police car on Tuggeranong Parkway. The 44-year-old was driving a blue...

Canberra man dies in crash near Goulburn

THE driver of a semi-trailer has died after it overturned in the northbound lanes of the Federal Highway near Goulburn this morning (March 13).  The...

Man charged with Gungahlin murder

A MAN, 30, has been charged with murder following the death of a 56-year-old man in Gungahlin on Monday (March 11).  Police allege the 30-year-old...

Vince puts names to faces when it comes to medals

RECIPIENTS of Order of Australia medals do some extraordinary unselfish things in the community, but it's all about them when it comes to preparing their individualised gongs, reports DANIELLE NOHRA

The Binks cement a place in Canberra’s history

The Bink family, originally immigrants from Holland who came to Canberra in 1955, have seen and helped the city grow, reports DANIELLE NOHRA.

Smoke closes lane on London Circuit

UPDATE: THE smoke was caused by an appliance fault, according to ACT Fire & Rescue in a 4.15pm update (Tuesday, March 12).  Firefighters conducted atmospheric...

Voters name Canberra’s least safe highway

OUT of all the roads across the ACT voters are most concerned about congestion and their safety when driving on the Barton Highway, according...

Canberrans urged to avoid all wild mushrooms

CANBERRANS are being warned to not eat or pick any wild mushrooms after this year's first death cap mushrooms have been spotted, says acting...

Firefighters cross the border to help battle blaze

FIREFIGHTERS from Canberra crossed the border to help NSW Fire & Rescue battle a house fire at Surveyor Place, Queanbeyan. ACT Fire & Rescue...

Bikie shootout in Richardson, one person wounded

A HOUSE in Richardson was under fire from what police suspect was a bikie gang attack in which a number of people approached the home and started firing at  around midnight today (March 11).

‘Suspicious’ death of man in Gungahlin

POLICE are investigating the "suspicious" death of a 56-year-old man overnight.




New ensemble brings life to rare music

Music / "Breathtaking". Van Diemen’s Band. At Wesley Uniting Church, March 17. Reviewed by Graham McDonald


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