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  1. Bush healing farm development application to be considered

    Bush healing farm development application to be considered

    Land holders near Paddy's River south of Canberra have lost a bid to overturn an approval for a lease variation, which could allow a drug and alcohol rehabilitation camp to be established on the land.

  2. More police on ACT roads to target drink, drug drivers

    More police on ACT roads to target drink, drug drivers

    ACT police are warning motorists they are now twice as likely to be caught for dangerous driving on Canberra roads.

  3. Milky Way origins probed as Australian Astronomical Observatory unveils high-tech HERMES tool

    Milky Way origins probed as Australian Astronomical Observatory unveils high-tech HERMES tool

    Australian astronomers are hoping a new high-tech tool will help reveal the origins of the Milky Way.

  4. New recycling drop off centre opens in Gungahlin

    New recycling drop off centre opens in Gungahlin

    A new recycling depot has been opened in Gungahlin, as part of the ACT Government's ambitious plan to boost the proportion of waste diverted from landfill.

  5. Former Canberra doctor pleads guilty to steroid possession

    A former Canberra doctor has pleaded guilty to possessing anabolic steroids.

  6. Melissa Breen to receive Athletics Australia funding ahead of Commonwealth Games

    Melissa Breen will receive funding from Athletics Australia (AA) after being added to its National Athlete Support Structure (NASS).

  7. Canberra garbage collectors set to strike over pay dispute

    Household rubbish bins may be left unemptied in Canberra next week with garbage truck drivers planning to strike for two days.

  8. Planned Canberra memorial to honour war correspondents

    Planned Canberra memorial to honour war correspondents

    They are on the frontlines risking life and limb, but instead of weapons, they are armed with microphones and cameras.

  9. Public servants fear more cuts on the cards in federal budget

    Canberra public servants are becoming increasingly worried about what is to come in next month's federal budget.

  10. Clean-up begins at Canberra Islamic Centre after vandalism attack

    Clean-up begins at Canberra Islamic Centre after vandalism attack

    The community has rallied around the Canberra Islamic Centre, as it starts the clean-up after vandals trashed the centre.

  11. Canberra man faces court over stalking, threatening to kill police officer

    A Canberra man accused of stalking and threatening to kill a police officer has made a brief appearance in court.

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