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Canberra waives park entry fees

The ACT Government has waived entry fees for Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve from today until the end of 2020 to encourage visitors to...

Canberrans to count on platypus

Canberrans are being called on to help count platypus numbers in the Territory's rivers and wetlands, as the ACT celebrates Platypus Month.

Queensland border closes to NSW and ACT

Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk has declared the entire state of NSW and the ACT as COVID-19 hotspots, despite the ACT currently having...

Canberrans to get a little more conversation

A wellbeing call service to help support Canberrans during the COVID-19 pandemic has been launched by the ACT Government and Red Cross.

Ted the wombat digs global fans

Queanbeyan’s cutest four-legged Police recruit has been tickled pink by the support he’s received from the community. Monaro Police...

Canberrans warned off Sydney travel

Canberrans are being urged to avoid all unnecessary travel to Greater Sydney as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in NSW.

Bushfire and COVID crews lead aged care awards

RSL Lifecare staff and residents celebrate Aged Care Employee Day last year. Leading Age Care Services (LASA) has...

ACT Carers progress report tabled

The ACT Government has tabled its ACT Carers Strategy 2018-2028 Progress Report 2020 in the Legislative Assembly, providing an update on the Territory's...

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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.

Gold Coast man, 65, arrested over $1.3million meth importation

A 65-year-old Gold Coast man has been charged over his alleged involvement in attempting to import more than 10kgs of methamphetamine with...

Two regional LGAs slammed into lockdown

Stay-at-home orders will be introduced for two areas of regional NSW from 6pm this evening, NSW Health has announced.