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Featured Articles

ACT Labor to match Liberals fund on hazardous materials

ACT Labor has announced its plan to fast track the removal of hazardous materials in schools if re-elected next month, after lead paint has recently been detected in three Canberra schools.

Liberals want to return ‘Canberra refugees’ from Queanbeyan and surrounds

The Canberra Liberals want to fund their election spending slate by enticing “Canberra refugees” to move back from Queanbeyan and surrounds.

Queensland opens its border to ACT

Queensland will open its borders to ACT residents, with Queensland Health Minister Steven Miles making the announcement this morning, Friday 18 September.

Police to search Mulligans Flat Reserve in relation to missing person

ACT Policing and some ACT SES members will search Mulligans Flat Reserve this weekend in relation to long-term missing person.

Drink driver caught more than seven times the limit

A 37-year-old Wanniassa man who returned a blood alcohol reading seven times the legal limit will face the ACT Magistrates Court today...