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A police raid at houses in Bonner and Braddon has allegedly recovered ammunition, cash and a quantity of drugs. On...
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Gungahlin is facing a desperate shortage of community spaces as services are overwhelmed by demand in the growing northern district....
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Plans have been unveiled for a big new mixed-use development on the southern edge of the Gungahlin Town Centre as...
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Stickers with QR codes that link users to non-COVID-related websites have been placed over some legitimate QR code check-ins in...
Community
Hilarious and unique, hand-drawn artistic interpretations of beloved household pets have raised almost $5000 in the RSPCA ACT's Poorly Drawn...
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It's rare to find a restaurant or cafe where you can order a meal and get change from a $10...

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Mark "Chopper" Read and Vincent van Gogh have more in common than trouble wearing glasses. It turns out the colourful Chopper...
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A 27-year-old Hawker man, on bail for another offence, allegedly stole and crashed a red Fiat 500 in Gungahlin yesterday...
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A feasibility study for a new Gungahlin police station that could accommodate more officers is still underway as patience wears...
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Snow is expected to again fall on the Brindabellas and the ranges on Friday (23 July) and over the weekend,...

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When Jenny Brogan was a child in the UK, Christmas truly was the most wonderful time of the year: snow...
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In winter, many bird species very sensibly leave Canberra for the warm north, some going as far as New Guinea....
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When you picture a 12-year-old boy with cake icing, it's usually smeared from ear to ear. Not so for Ethan...
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Good things are worth waiting for, according to the head honcho of Canberra's Handmade Market, Julie Nichols, who welcomes the...

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Region Media's newest hire, Damien Larkins, has come a long way in the last 20 years as he returns home...
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The ACT economy has again demonstrated solid economic growth with good results across most indicators for the first quarter of...
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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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A Canberra biotechnology company that specialises in the genetic screening of plants and animals is behind a $3 million investment...

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There were slightly more rental properties available at the end of June but Canberra's rents remain the highest in the...
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A Geocon high-rise apartment development in Gungahlin has finally been approved, but the local community council and neighbouring child care...
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With five bedrooms plus a study, three living areas and a choice of outdoor spaces, this grand home in Crace...
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The ACT Government appears to be hedging its bets when it comes to the release of two blocks in Casey...

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The inaugural Indigenous round for the Gungahlin Bulls rugby league club will be a particularly poignant moment for one of...
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Thirty years ago, if you wanted to find out the scores of Canberra community sports, such as the John I...
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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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If you consider yourself a bit of an amateur Sherlock or Poirot - there's a murder mystery coming to town...
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Small to medium-sized live music venues have been given a long-awaited lifeline from the ACT Government to offset the costs...
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The Celebrate Gungahlin Festival is back with a whole new format, and the festival team is looking forward to celebrating...
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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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@MyGungahlin 24 hours ago
Police raids at houses in Bonner and Braddon have allegedly netted police about 1000 rounds of ammunition and drugs with a street value of $70,000 https://t.co/qYYqL87lXa
@MyGungahlin 2 days ago
Community orgnaisations in Gungahlin have banded together to lobby government for the promised community centre and more funding for their stretched services https://t.co/QS6HQDiMuZ
@MyGungahlin 3 days ago
Does Gungahlin Town Centre need more big developments like this? If not, what would you rather see? https://t.co/UcEn7MNKgI
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