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Roads, paths and community facilities across the ACT will benefit from $16.5 million worth of projects funded under the Commonwealth's...
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Recycling savvy retirees have helped raise more than $5700 for educational grants and local charities through the Country Women’s Association Gungahlin (CWA)....
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The owners of vehicles in the ACT who have not replaced dangerous Takata airbags have until 6 April to complete...
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A Gungahlin man in his 50s is finishing the week on a high after discovering he's won $100,000 in the...
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The Check In CBR app will be mandatory from this Saturday (6 March), with $1000 fines for individuals and $5000...
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ACT Policing has seized more than $100,000 in cash and around 43 kilograms of cannabis after executing search warrants earlier...

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Canberra has had its coolest summer since 2011-12, and if you are hoping for some heat you'll be disappointed as...
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The ACT Government is preparing to procure a contractor to fix the Gungahlin Pool and have it opened by the...
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The AstraZeneca vaccine will begin rolling out in Canberra next Monday (8 March) after 300,000 doses arrived in Australia over...
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A loud buzzing noise in the ceiling of a Canberra house a couple of weeks ago resulted in the discovery...

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The Burke family can see light at the end of the tunnel after a terrifying five months of uncertainty following...
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If you are heading out for a walk this week, there is an extra reason to make those steps more...
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Let me clear something up right from the get-go: I'm talking about cinnamon buns, not the cinnamon scrolls (aka cinnamon...
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Gungahlin's main water feature and surrounds are looking shabby and its ageing facilities not up to scratch, says local resident...

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A Canberra biotechnology company that specialises in the genetic screening of plants and animals is behind a $3 million investment...
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According to the Canberra Business Chamber, Canberra businesses impacted by the COVID-19 economic downturn were still in need of support...
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Nicholls’ newest restaurant has debuted strong in the toughest of times, delighting locals with their food trifecta: delicious Italian cuisine,...
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When a café not only surprises you with their twist on a familiar dish, but also has you wanting to recreate it...

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The now apocryphal story about premiers counting the cranes on the skyline to gauge the health of the economy comes...
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Building giant Geocon has made wholesale changes to a Gungahlin development that pitted it against a neighbouring child care centre,...
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A massive mixed-use development planned for Gungahlin may be powered completely by the sun, mostly through an off-site solar farm,...
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The developers of the approved Amici mixed-use development in the Gungahlin Town Centre have lodged plans to convert the originally...

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Louise Burrows has played rugby with the Canberra Royals since 1995, and also steps up as a prop for the...
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Olivia Runting, Charlotte Bailey and Lucy Myatt are three netball players who aren't letting anything get in the way of...
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On the International Day of People with Disability, 3 December, the Gungahlin Jets are hosting a come and try day...
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The wheels are turning in more ways than one for Canberra United's powerchair football team which has been gifted nine new...

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Many major cultural events are still on pause for 2021, but the events industry itself, which has been smashed hard...
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In a city that regularly imports hot air, the annual Balloon Spectacular is a welcome chance to put it to...
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There are more things to do this Australia Day than you can poke a stick at, from a socially acceptable...
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Canberra's iconic New Year's Eve fireworks have been cancelled for the second year in a row because of disasters, but...

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@MyGungahlin 1 day ago
New LED lighting is set to be installed at Bonner Neighbourhood Oval thanks to the $16.5 million Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program. Roads, paths and community facilities around Canberra will also benefit. Here’s more about what’s planned https://t.co/pgd0saV9Dz
@MyGungahlin 2 days ago
A group of recycling savvy residents of Ngunnawal’s The Grove retirement village have helped raise more than $5700 for educational grants and local charities through the Country Women’s Association Gungahlin https://t.co/JweVzXg4JU
@MyGungahlin 3 days ago
More than 1,200 vehicles still have dangerous Takata airbags in the ACT, and motorists who don’t take action to have them repaired by 6 April could have their rego cancelled or suspended https://t.co/gUdsP4bWCj
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