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Photographer firefighter Gary Hooker receives medal

Firefighter Gary Hooker climbed to the top of Simpsons Hill, Chisholm, every day for a month to take photos of the Orroral Valley fire.

Cavalry to host another Pride Night

After the success of the inaugural ABL Pride Night last season, the Lifeline Canberra Cavalry will bring back the event back to MIT Ballpark.

ACT’s rapid COVID-19 vaccine program ‘not a matter of turning up to the GP’

$19 million of expenses and $4.5 million of capital funding will support the launch of the ACT’s COVID-19 vaccine program from February.

National Parks recovering one year after Orroral Valley fire

A year after the Orroral Valley fire devastated ACT's national parks, emergency service personnel look back on the disaster.

Police investigating fatal Paddys River motorcycle crash call for public assistance

Having reviewed CCTV footage in the area, ACT Policing do not currently believe other vehicles were involved in the motorcycle collision.

Additional $63 million to go toward ACT’s ongoing pandemic management

A health investment of $63 million across COVID-19 pandemic management and health service support was announced by the ACT Government today.

Manuka Oval to host two BBL finals

The BBL will be returning to Manuka Oval for two blockbuster clashes with the Sydney Sixers and Sydney Thunder both securing home finals. Border restrictions...

Australia name Test squad for South Africa

Australia has named their 19-man squad for their Test series against South Africa with Tim Paine to lead the national team once again.Confirmation of...

Finch to captain Australia for T20I series in New Zealand

Australia has named their 18-man squad for the upcoming T20I series in New Zealand starting in late February.

Warehouse Circus back with an ‘Interrobang’

Canberra’s Warehouse Circus have traversed a host of obstacles over the last 12-months while they’ve developed new show 'Interrobang'.

Draft cat plan to review containment legislation

The subject of cat containment is being considered by the ACT Government including community comments on a draft cat plan. According to the Draft ACT...

Smoking cause of death for 10,000 Indigenous Australians in a decade

A new study from The Australian National University has found smoking was the cause of death for half the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

Australia Day: a conversation is ‘a part of healing’

Twenty-two Canberrans became Australian citizens this morning in an Australia Day ceremony at Rond Terrace by the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.

Back to school style

Jump into the new year with some back to school style.

Regency red carpet

While we spent most of 2020 in tracksuit pants and leggings, a little Netflix drama has got us all inspired to dress up again in 2021.

ANU researcher honoured for services to Indigenous health

Australian National University (ANU) researcher, Dr Jillian Guthrie, has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for her significant service to...

Australia Day 2021 Honours: Canberra locals on the list

Canberrans are among more than 800 Australians, who have served the community “in almost every way conceivable”, congratulated by the Governor-General David Hurley AC...

What Australia Day means to Elizabeth Lee

Canberra Liberals leader Elizabeth Lee speaks about arriving in Australia as a child from Korea, and her gradual acceptance of two cultures.

Tasmania’s Grace Tame named 2021 Australian of the Year

26-year-old Grace Tame of Hobart, Tasmania has been named the 2021 Australia of the Year at a ceremony in Canberra this evening.

Now showing: My Salinger Year (M)

Luke McWilliams gives his review of the 2020 drama film, My Salinger Year, starring Margaret Qualley and Sigourney Weaver.