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Honouring Anzac Day 2020, in isolation yet united

Canberrans are being encouraged to participate in alternative Anzac Day activities to honour Australians who have served our nation. 25 April will...

Police investigating series of ram raids

ACT Policing are investigating a series of aggravated burglaries in Garran, Hughes and Fyshwick earlier today, Monday 13 April.

Canberra cafes and restaurants reopen to reduced numbers

From Saturday 16 May, a select number of Canberra's cafes, restaurants and other eateries welcomed diners for the first time since March.

Canberra roads worst hotspot for animal collisions

For the fourth year running, Canberra roads remain the most dangerous hotspot for animal collisions and motorists are reminded to be vigilant...

Phone tracking app could be introduced in next fortnight

The Federal Government could be introducing a mobile phone tracking app in the next fortnight as a digital method to trace the spread of COVID-19.

Anzac Day: Exploring Canberra’s connection to WWI

In honour of Anzac Day, Canberra Weekly is re-publishing (online only) the cover story from our 23 April 2015 edition, which commemorated the centenary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli in the early hours of 25 April 1915.

Canberra COVID-19 update: 3 new cases; total 80

There have been three new confirmed ACT cases of Coronavirus COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, with all three cases linked to overseas travel.

Rich Memorial content encourages Anzac Day at home

Due to the unique nature of Anzac Day commemorations this year, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs is encouraging Australians to join together by individually commemorating with a personal reflection at 11.30am AEST – 4.30am in Gallipoli – a time that broadly represents the landings at Gallipoli at dawn on 25 April 1915.

ACT anticipates trickle of tourism from 1 June

Some ACT tourism operators will return to operating next month following the NSW Government announcing they will allow for recreational travel from 1 June.

Cannabis grow house discovered in Kaleen

Following a tip-off from members of the community, ACT Policing seized more than 200 cannabis plants in various growing stages and a significant amount of equipment at the grow house in Kaleen.

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