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Fast-tracked projects ticked off

Canberrans are set to benefit from some new and improved community services following the completion of several fast-tracked infrastructure projects.

Three police officers hit by car

ACT Policing is investigating an incident at the National Arboretum in which three police officers were struck by a vehicle this afternoon.

Canberra’s electric bike library rolls on

Canberrans will have another year to trial electric bikes and accessories for free. Minister for Water, Energy and Emissions...

Takeaway alcohol on menu for July

ACT hospitality venues will get a boost this month with many doing it tougher than usual this winter as a result of the COVID-19...

Canberra Hospital expansion a step closer

The ACT Government and Multiplex today signed the main design and construction contract to deliver the Canberra Hospital Expansion.

Centenary exhibition for acclaimed artist Jeffrey Smart

Acclaimed Australian artist Jeffrey Smart, known for his dynamic depiction of the 20th century urban experience will be celebrated in a major...

Darwin to Canberra Qantas flights take off

Travellers in the Northern Territory can now take advantage of a direct connection to the Australian Capital Territory with QantasLink’s new Darwin-Canberra...

Maverick is top gun at Canberra aged care club

Margaret Rodgers met Maverick the adorable miniature horse three years ago - this week the pair were reunited thanks to Goodwin Aged...

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