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Turner block on Northbourne Avenue sells for $59.3 million

A 16,303sqm block on Northbourne Avenue in Turner has sold at auction for a whopping $59.3 million this week, offering the potential for up to 477 residential dwellings to be built onsite.

Xi Jinping says ‘two systems’ here to stay for Hong Kong

There is no reason to change Hong Kong's "one country, two systems" formula of governance, Chinese President Xi Jinping has said on a rare visit to the global financial hub after swearing in the city's new leader, John Lee.

Russian missiles kill 17 near Ukraine port of Odesa

Russian missiles have hit an apartment building and a resort near Ukraine's Black Sea port of Odesa, killing at least 17 people and wounding dozens, Ukrainian authorities said, the latest in a spate of deadly missile strikes.

NSW Premier ‘squibbed it’ on John Barilaro: Labor

Labor has criticised the NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet for failing to sack John Barilaro from a taxpayer-funded trade role in New York, calling it a lost opportunity to show leadership.

Top 11 auctions in and around Canberra to check out in July

Property sales across Canberra are anything but cold (unlike July), with an abundance of hot properties going under the hammer every week. Here's CW's pick of the best auctions in and around Canberra for you to check out in July.

Leptospirosis warning for dog owners in Queanbeyan region

Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council has been alerted to a positive Leptospirosis case in the region and is today joining with local vets to recommend vaccination...

No easy decision on submarines deal: Richard Marles

A decision on whether Australia would choose US or UK-made nuclear submarines as part of the AUKUS had no "obvious choices", according to the defence minister.

Aussies aim for No.1 at Birmingham Commonwealth Games

Powerhouse nations Australia and England are set to again vie for bragging rights atop the medals table at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.

Australia’s carbon credit scheme to be reviewed: Chris Bowen

Australia's carbon credits scheme will be reviewed by an independent panel after concerns were raised about its integrity, Energy and Climate Change Minister Chris Bowen announced today.