A man is in a serious condition in hospital after he was shot in the Queanbeyan region this morning (June 3).
A confirmed case of COVID-19 was potentially infectious when they were in Jervis Bay, Goulburn, Hyams Beach and Vincentia just over a week ago.
THE ACT Brumbies Super Rugby W side are readying to call away their new home.
Queanbeyan West Public School staff walked off the job yesterday (May 31) in protest of the pressure put on them due to a "chronic shortage" of teachers in the public education system.
Deciduous trees are shedding the last of their summer coat for brilliant autumn shades before they fall, says gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT.
Artist Sally Simpson won the Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council Acquisitive Art Award for her sculptural installation, “Fragile Equilibrium”, at the 2021 QPRC Art Awards last night (May 27).
Tokyo Canteen, which popped up at Eyre Street Market several months ago, is pure evidence of our passion for the flavours of Japan. It’s pumping, says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
From celebrating Australia’s first indigenous senator, to talking about Tempo Theatre's latest murder show, it's all in arts editor HELEN MUSA's latest artsday column.
The Rotary Club of Jerrabomberra has been praised for the community work its been doing over recent months, which has included donating items to the Jerrabomberra Creek Park playground.
A man and a teenager were taken to hospital following an alleged stabbing during a brawl outside of Kmart in Queanbeyan yesterday (May 25).
More than 400 people have signed a petition pushing for female change rooms for football players that use Riverside Stadium in Queanbeyan.
The NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) of the Lake George District yesterday (May 23) celebrated the opening of a new fire station at Majors Creek.
Traditionally, the best fruits to espalier are apples and pears, which are easily trained with new growth, says gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT.
QL2 Dance's "Rebel" is a thought-provoking, challenging and thoroughly entertaining evening of dance, says reviewer BILL STEPHENS.
What’s dubbed “Fortress Australia” is objectively driven by the slowness of the vaccination rollout, which has Morrison under pressure, not least because it holds back the economy, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
The production “REBEL: Then.Now.When?”, is a revolutionary look at how culture and collective action can stimulate change.
Starting with “Latin Nights: Jazz from Brazil and Beyond” at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre, here's arts editor HELEN MUSA's arts round-up.
Canberra Youth Theatre’s director Luke Rogers is determined to make up for covid-lost time with a year of stage plays that address young people’s fears and strength.
In surprise news today (May 19) the long-time – and only – CEO of the Cultural Facilities Corporation, Harriet Elvin, has announced that she’ll be moving on “to pursue new directions”, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Molonglo Support Services has won a $200,000 boost from the NSW government to upgrade four social-housing properties that provide respite for those with nowhere else to turn, and it will be local women leading the way on their construction.