Seventy-five people will leave quarantine in the ACT today, as restrictions end this afternoon for Sydney's Northern Beaches.
Violence occurs daily in the ACT’s hospitals - but Safewards, a program to make wards safer for staff and patients, could offer a solution.
ACT Greens leader Shane Rattenbury believes the Greens could become the ACT’s major political party in a few years.
More Canberrans are installing rooftop solar panels on their properties, determined to act on climate change and reduce electricity bills.
Toxic algae and bacteria outbreaks in the ACT’s waterways has resulted in a number of popular water spots being closed for recreational use.
The ACT’s hospital infrastructure is in an unhealthy condition, the Canberra Liberals say, but the government promises they're on track.
Rohan Scott, the new ACT Rural Fire Service (ACTRFS) chief officer, was introduced to the public today at the Molonglo Brigade facility.
Hundreds of people who were in quarantine in the ACT after visiting COVID-19 affected areas of NSW resumed their normal lives this afternoon.
ACTSES and RFS volunteers have been seconded to the police this week to help manage the thousands of Canberrans in quarantine.
Canberra businesses are concerned about the loss of expected Christmas and New Year custom from Sydney and other COVID-19 hotspots.
For the next week and a half, traffic offenders will receive double demerits as police attempt to stop dangerous driving on our roads.