Road closures on State Circle

THE ACT Government and National Capital Authority are advising motorists and other road users of temporary road closures at the intersection of State Circle...

ACTION early bird program to rumble on

SHANE Rattenbury says the ACTION early bird trial, which rewards commuters who catch a bus before the weekday morning peak period, is being extended...
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A tram for Woden? Master plans unveiled

MICK Gentleman has released the draft Master Plans for both Woden Town Centre and Mawson group centre for community comment. “The announcement of these plans...
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What do you think about 40 zones?

SHANE Rattenbury is asking Canberrans to share their thoughts on proposed boundaries for 40 kilometre per hour (40 km/h) speed limit precincts in Canberra's...
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Tram line to Russell now possibly part of an election commitment

ANDREW Barr and Simon Corbell say the ACT Government will consider an extension of the light rail network to the Russell defence precinct as...

GIO brings down the cost of CTP insurance

WITH Costco petrol (for members) diving under a dollar per litre there's more good news for Canberra's motorists as GIO have announced the first...

So what went wrong for the Northbourne trees?

THE Liberals' Alistair Coe is asking unkind questions about the Government justifications for clear felling the urban forest of Northbourne Avenue to make way...

Metro Petroleum’s discount petrol forces road closures

THE ACT Government is advising road users that temporary arrangements will be in place today to manage possible congestion along Barrier Street, Fyshwick as...

Uber from the Airport

ANDREW Barr has announced that Canberra Airport and Uber have reached an agreement to allow inbound passengers to Canberra to use Uber services from...

1733 speeding drivers collared in two months

ACT Policing caught 1733 drivers speeding throughout July and August as part of its joint campaign with the ACT Justice and Community Safety Directorate...

Triangle parking, just suck it up!

WORKERS in the parliamentary triangle breathed a sigh of relief with news that their impending date with parking police destiny had been delayed. P-Day...

Uber is here

ANDREW Barr and Shane Rattenbury have announced that the ACT has become the first jurisdiction in Australia to introduce regulated ridesharing. "From today, Canberrans...

Greens promise millions to link ACTION with light rail

THE ACT Greens have announced an investment of $57 million into the ACTION bus network to improve bus frequency and network coverage across all...

The Tram eats Canberra as TCCS eclipses TAMS

MEEGAN Fitzharris says today marks the start of a new era of integrated transport and high quality local services for Canberrans as a new...

Uber is advertising for drivers

WHILE Simon Corbell has told a local daily paper that the smartphone based ride sharing service Uber would be illegal in the ACT, that...

Liberals promise to roll back paid parking

JEREMY Hanson says the Canberra Liberals will make parking fairer across the ACT by removing the late night and weekend extensions to paid parking...

Even on remote rural roads you can get caught

THE ACT Parks and Conservation Service is encouraging residents to report dangerous driving and vandalism on rural roads after a driver was recently issued...

Rural road closures

THE ACT Government has advised motorists of a number of rural road closures due to snow, wind and inclement weather. The following roads are now...

Further tough penalties for texting and driving

SHANE Rattenbury says that from September 1, tough new penalties will come into force for texting, using social media or the internet while driving. “In...
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Hydrogen powered cars coming to Canberra

SIMON Corbell says international businesses will invest $180 million to bring hydrogen energy storage to Canberra, including the first hydrogen fuelled car fleet and...




Mitchell Traders Ladies Morning Tea, Mitchell

"CityNews" headed to the Mitchell Traders Ladies Morning Tea this morning and snapped some photos of women experts around Mitchell.


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