The growth of poisonous death cap mushrooms is expected to increase heading into autumn, sparking a warning from Canberra's health chief.
WALK-in healthcare centres will treat a wider range of injuries and illnesses if Labor is re-elected next month.
“The ACT government has consistently cut funding for emergency departments despite an increase in demand and complexity, while virtually every other government increased funding to meet the increase in demand and complexity," writes JON STANHOPE.
Entertainment venues are being closed in draconian measures to fight the virus, writes MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Recent pool restrictions have further compounded the frustrations of swimmers this summer throughout Canberra's northern suburbs.
"In an attempt to deal with the pandemic, there has been huge financial support from taxpayers. Governments are right to support a waiver of the international restrictions on vaccine patents," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE
Yes, we're too dependent on China, but changing that is easier said than done, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Two Canberrans arriving in hotel quarantine overnight have returned a "weak positive" test result for COVID-19, according to ACT Health.
There's "insufficient" evidence to suggest that using e-cigarettes help smokers quit, instead, a new study shows a non-smoker is three times more likely to take up cigarettes if they use e-cigarettes.
ACT residents and Canberra visitors that have spent time in Greater Brisbane over the past 18 days have been asked to enter a form of quarantine.
In the age of coronavirus, only tiny weddings are allowed and the extended family barbecue is out, says MICHELLE GRATTAN
The ACT government is giving Canberra’s COVID-19 health response and services a $63 million boost.
A fear that teenagers unable to live with their families could "end up homeless, jailed or as new parents" all within 12 months of leaving out-of-home care has prompted a call for accommodation be lifted and apply to needy 21 year-olds.