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Passengers smash car at traffic lights

PASSENGERS allegedly got out of a Toyota Tarago, which was stopped at traffic lights on Hindmarsh Drive, and smashed the rear window of a...

Unregistered, unlicenced Turner woman ends up in the back of a Chisholm garden

A 31-year-old Turner woman will face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning (Friday 23 September) charged with several traffic offences. About 10am yesterday (Thursday 22...

Man busted for selling ‘evil’ drug

THE amount of ice found in an Isabella Plains house yesterday (December 11) could have been sold to more than 1000 people.  After finding about...
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The south is not forgotten! A job found for a Kambah company with Capital...

SIMON Corbell has triumphantly announced some benefit to the southern half of Canberra from his Capital Metro project with a Kambah company getting...
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Don’t miss the Tidbinbilla Extravaganza

The annual Tidbinbilla Extravaganza is fast approaching with a day of free entertainment, live music, children’s activities and nature-based experiences held in the greatest...

Belconnen Arts Centre’s $15 million expansion begins

ONLOOKERS at Belconnen Arts Centre this morning (December 19) saw "CityNews" Artist of the Year Liz Lea dance in celebration of its $15 million expansion,...

My Summer / Deep Saini

This summer, University of Canberra vice-chancellor Prof DEEP SAINI wants to...

Modest Mr Reid and that first step on the moon

ROD HENSHAW talks to an author who has revealed that when it comes to that first step on the moon, "The Dish" wasn't the dish we thought it was.

My Summer / Dan Bourchier

ABC radio presenter and TV news anchor DAN BOURCHIER’s summer priorities are...

Lake jogger robbed at knifepoint

A man was allegedly robbed at knifepoint as he jogged along Lake Burley Griffin yesterday afternoon.  The 26-year-old victim was running along the lake bike path...

40 zones are back

ACT Policing is advising motorists that 40km/h speed limits are in effect in school zones as the new school term starts today (Monday 10...

Labor promise more cash to lure airlines to Canberra

ANDREW Barr says a re-elected ACT Labor government will establish a new fund to attract more airline services to Canberra, adding more international destinations...
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Sign up for the Cystic Fibrosis Big Bounce!

CYSTIC Fibrosis ACT is calling on Canberra residents, schools and community groups to ‘get bouncing’ in a bid to raise awareness and funds for...

Dirty water in Macquarie

ICON Water crews will be conducting works in Macquarie on Wednesday, 29 July 2015, which may lead to some temporary water discolouration in the...

Who’s this? Face-fit suspect in Gungahlin assault

HERE is the police face-fit of a suspect in an alleged assault of a woman at Gungahlin Town Centre at about 2pm on Saturday,...

Multi-vehicle accident delays traffic on Barton Highway

THE Barton Highway is experiencing serious traffic delays following an accident involving three cars, a car trailer and a horse trailer have been involved in...

Inspirational play about World War I nurses

THE ever-vigilant Q in Queanbeyan has come up with a beauty in its Anzac Day programming. Written by Caroline Bock and Helen Hopkins, “The Girls...

Kambah party ends in sirens

A YOUNG person was treated by ACT Ambulance Service officers after being assaulted at a party in Kambah on Monday (December 17).  The young person was...
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Your thoughts wanted on the ACT Freight Strategy

HOW and where freight should move around Canberra is up for discussion with the launch of a discussion paper on the ACT Freight Strategy...

Road closures for NYE knees-up in Civic

THERE will be temporary road closures around Civic tomorrow (December 31) in anticipation of the city’s New Year’s Eve celebrations. The following roads will be...

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