During a pandemic, and while working to support her husband and two teenage children who are studying on student visas, 2021 ACT Woman of the Year, Sonam Choden, fought for secure jobs and fair wages for women employed as essential workers.
Canberra will host one of Australia’s first major conferences in 12 months when the NCCC welcomes the Australian Cyber Conference this week.
The ACT has a new positive COVID-19 case: a teenage boy, ACT Health confirmed this afternoon, bringing the number of active cases to five.
Doctors at Canberra Health Services were given the ACT’s first AstraZeneca vaccinations at the Garran Surge Centre this morning.
With Victoria lifting their lockdown tonight, the ACT Government is recognising their improved situation and removing travel restrictions with the state from 11.59pm tonight, 17 February 2021. The ACT no longer regards Victoria...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said COVID-19, jobs, essential services, national security, and caring for the country were priorities for 2021.
Canberra residents should get tested for COVID-19, ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Kerryn Coleman recommended today, after viral fragments were found in Belconnen wastewater last week.
Another round of self-quarantine rolls on today, with anyone in the ACT who visited the Perth metropolitan area, or the Peel and South West regions of WA since 25 January asked to stay home and get tested for COVID-19.
ACT Health is urging the community to get tested for COVID-19 if they have even the mildest of symptoms, with fragments of the virus being detected in ACT’s wastewater (sewage) for the first time.
The ACT Chief Minister plans to recover lost tourism revenue over the next three years, and to grow the sector over the next decade.
ACT education unions are advocating for teachers and support staff to be included as priority group for vaccination.