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Young Canberrans get vaccination call up

Canberra's vaccination clinics will soon open their books for 16 to 29-year-olds, with bookings now being taken as the nation's capital looks...

Pollen warning for Canberrans

Extreme levels of pollen from cypress pine trees in the Canberra region this week are a clear sign allergy sufferers can expect...

Have you seen David?

ACT Policing is seeking public assistance to locate a missing 62-year-old man. Police say David Garrard (pictured) has not...

Canberra aged care worker tests positive for COVID-19

An aged care worker is among 19 new locally-acquired cases of COVID-19 confirmed in the nation's capital today - taking the number...

Some ACT parks closed during lockdown

The ACT Government has announced the closure of some parks and reserves until further notice in line with the current COVID-19 public...

Canberra enters 7-day lockdown with one confirmed COVID-19 case

The ACT will enter a seven-day lockdown from 5pm to day following one confirmed COVID-19 case in the Territory.

Your chance to hear from Canberra’s top health experts

The Canberra region’s top health research conference opened today, providing health professionals and the public with free online access to internationally renowned...

Canberra continues to lead vaccine rollout

From today, Canberra's Garran and airport Mass Vaccination Clinics will provide an additional 4,000 vaccine appointments per week, enabling the delivery of...

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Macedon Ranges connects to Seniors hub

Victoria’s Macedon Ranges Shire Council has been awarded $330,000 from the Australian Government’s Seniors Connected Program to fund a Village Hub. The...

Willoughby Council says hands off our hospital

Willoughby City Council says it will write to the Premier of NSW and other key ministers requesting the state government cease its...

Prison guards demand mandatory vaccination across justice system

NSW prison guards are demanding mandatory vaccinations be adopted across the state's justice system, saying inmates who refuse the jab should face...

Cyclist, 68, killed in Central Coast crash

A man has been charged after a 68-year-old cyclist died after being hit by a car on the Central Coast yesterday.

Kempsey PCYC cottage to be demolished over asbestos fears

Kempsey Shire Council is set to demolish the town's former ‘PCYC Cottage’ building following asbestos concerns about the building.
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