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Canberra students Adrian Lehane and Georgia Tonkin have been selected to represent Australia in the International Earth Science Olympiad.
The construction firm's nominee questioned whether the Construction Occupations Registrar had the power to issue a rectification order.
A strong rebound in attendance at events is stimulating Canberra's economy, the ACT government says.
In the pandemic's third year, schools face uncertainty from one day to the next.
The woman was reported missing after not been seen or heard from since about 9pm on June 18.
Police were initially stumped as they investigated what one senior detective described as "a real whodunnit".
The development is expected to be completed by 2024 once approvals are received.
As prices rise so, too, does demand for charitable services as more Canberrans begin needing support to have a roof over their head and food at the table.
He had 15 beers before driving to Queanbeyan Police Station with a gas cylinder on his lap and smashing a car into security gates.
Documents released by the government also appeared to show CIT wanted to award the contract without an open tender process.
New holland mouse enclosure could help boost threatened species numbers
Science is an attempt to limit the human propensity for self delusion.
ACT Policing say missing boy has been found safe and well.
Motorists may need to find an alternative route.
The awarding of millions in contracts from CIT to a self-described "complexity and systems thinker" has set off a storm at the institute, which has made its way to the ACT Assembly.
There are an estimated 44 Canberrans banned from Russia.
Canberra school principals will be joining other community leaders sleeping rough on Thursday night in the 2022 Vinnies CEO Sleepout
Five deaths occurred at Canberra Aged Care in early June but reporting was delayed until Friday June 17.
You can have a crop of homegrown lettuce in just a few weeks' time.
Canberrans don't ride to work. What would it take to get you on your bike?
It's a new addition to an old friend.
St Edmund's College will boost its sports program with a new academy offering an alternate pathway into the University of Canberra.
Daryl Karp is leaving the Museum of Australian Democracy a hive of activity
It's been 10 years since the University of Canberra student made his audacious protest against the cost of student accommodation by living on a floating tepee on Lake Ginninderra for three months.
A pair of former Bega Valley students are hoping to kickstart their game development careers with the evolution of their award-winning concept.
At 80, McIntyre is still producing, still contributing, still willing to learn.
On March 8, 1888, a dead man was discovered sitting with his back to the engine as the mail train from Michelago to Goulburn arrived at Queanbeyan Station. What happened?
Should he win his appeal, there would be ramifications for "a handful" of other ACT cases.
Skills Minister Chris Steel has expressed disappointment to the CIT's board.
The National Capital Authority has advised the daily rate will increase by more than three per cent.
Perisher will open its Blue Cow lifts to expand accessible terrain on Saturday after a flood of online criticism from skiers and boarders over long lift queues at the resort.
The historical deaths reported Friday are due to a 'delay in processing information provided by a residential aged care facility'.
From sustainability to personal style, there are many reasons why Canberrans are discovering the joy of sewing their own clothes.
Scott saw the writing in the sky, and sent a photo to his girlfriend as a joke. He soon realised it wasn't a joke at all!
The ACT recorded 643 new COVID-19 cases in the 24 hours until 8pm Saturday.
The ACT government has a vision of Civic as a night life precinct.
For victim-survivors in Canberra, the strain of pursuing legal action remains a huge barrier.
Five ACT schools are trialling a cutting-edge style of teaching physical education as part of a University of Canberra study.
Community groups and small businesses could be paying more for hiring school halls under a new centralised booking system.
The ACT government is considering a motion to review regulation and support around assisted reproductive technology in the territory.
The popular Channel Nine personality will be in Canberra on June 25 for a special fashion workshop at the Canberra Centre.
Work starts on extension to busy Belconnen bike path.
Amateur astrology gives insight into fate of the sun.
Even under the best conditions, hyacinths are only supposed to keep blooming and multiplying for 2-5 years. This is not necessarily the case.
Emergency services are on scene at a house fire in McKellar on Saturday afternoon.
One man has died and two others taken to hospital after a single vehicle crash near Sutton Forest.
Perisher's carpark hit full capacity before the lifts opened on Saturday.
There was only one person in intensive care on Saturday.
He is the fourth to be arrested this month over the June 2021 shooting death.