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How Canberra businesses are innovating during shutdowns

Whether it’s a café curating pantry packs, a gin joint turning its liquor into medical-grade hand sanitiser, or a gallery owner turning...

Almost half of COVID-19 cases in ACT have recovered

Almost half – 47 in total – of all confirmed COVID-19 cases in the ACT have recovered and been released from...

Increased demand for perinatal support

Pregnancy is usually joyous, but for many expectant parents, COVID-19 is raising anxiety, which is reflected in increased demand for perinatal support.

New COVID-19 Helpline to assist Canberrans through challenges of pandemic

The ACT Government has established a new COVID-19 Helpline to assist Canberrans with the challenges of the current pandemic.

Why bad smells hang around and how to eliminate them

Ever wondered why something smells the way it does – good or bad – and why some odours just hang around no...

26,000 ACT casual workers not eligible for wage subsidy

Up to 26,000 casual and migrant workers in Canberra are ineligible for the Federal Government’s JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme, according to new research.

Petrol prices fall amid COVID-19 crisis

Petrol prices in the ACT are continuing to fall, despite Canberrans paying for the most expensive petrol in the country over the March quarter.

ACT records one new COVID-19 case; total now 97

The ACT's one new confirmed COVID-19 case is a female in her 70s who was a close contact of a previous confirmed case, bringing the Territory's total to 97.

Drug driver travelling double the speed limit

A 37-year-old woman is due to face the ACT Magistrates Court today, Tuesday 7 April, for drug driving and high range speeding...

Protection key as cyber criminals prey on coronavirus fears

CovidLock is the latest malware doing the rounds as cyber criminals prey on coronavirus fears, warns Associate Professor Paul Haskell-Dowland, Associate Dean...

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