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Canberrans might be leaving Tuggeranong and flocking to Gungahlin but more still are leaving the capital altogether. 
Canberra experienced a net loss of 1244 residents in the 2013-14 year with 18,722 people leaving the territory, according to the latest ABS internal migration estimates.
Canberrans might be leaving Tuggeranong and flocking to Gungahlin but more still are leaving the capital altogether.
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A popular kebab store isolated on the side of Kings Highway has closed with its owner alleging intimidation and harassment from council staff.
Robert Azbajic, the owner of Rob's Spit Shack, east of Braidwood, said he felt powerless when dealing with the Palerang Council over health and safety regulations, and lodged an official complaint.
A popular kebab store isolated on the side of Kings Highway has closed after argument with council.
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A Canberra man driving with a blood alcohol level five times over the legal limit has been charged following a crash in the Southern Tablelands that left an 80-year-old woman in hospital.

Just after 1.30pm on Wednesday officers Goulburn Traffic and Highway Patrol officers were called to reports of a two-vehicle crash on the Hume Highway at Marulan.
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Construction of the much-anticipated IKEA Canberra store is just weeks from completion, but the opening date is still being kept under wraps.
The enormous 26,000 square-metre store is expected to attract 1 million shoppers each year.
Store manager Mark Mitchinson promised the doors will open in November, and says he is feeling the pressure to deliver.
Construction of IKEA Canberra nears completion, company pledges 100 per cent renewable energy target.
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Despite retail trade in the ACT making a surprising recovery, the territory's economy will receive a mixed report card when two high-profile assessments are released on Monday.
The ACT retains its lowly sixth rank on national economic performance but has the fastest annual growth in monthly retail trade, according to Commsec's quarterly State of the States report.
"There are mixed conditions in the ACT," the analysis concludes.
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Listen up, ladies, freezing your eggs for social reasons is a complete waste of time if you're in your 20s and even early 30s, a Canberra fertility expert has said.

Although fertility preservation may be a hot topic internationally, the Canberra Fertility Clinic is throwing cold water over some of the myths emerging from debate.

Specifically, the notion younger women should freeze their eggs to pursue their career.
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Manuka Occasional Childcare Centre supporters have rallied against a land swap that would see them forced off their prime parcel of inner-south land to make way for a club, saying they "deserve better".

More than 100 staff, parents, grandparents and children gathered to launch the group's "I love MOCCA" campaign to voice their opposition to the controversial plan at the Griffith centre on Sunday.
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Kambah pensioner John Peers has been in hospitals from one side of the world to the other since he was paralysed in a freak accident in a London hotel more than a year ago.
Now, despite being a public patient, he is being forced by the Canberra Hospital to pay a daily rate for his care – which will leave him with just $30 a week to live on.
Kambah man John Peers has been in hospitals on one side of the world to the other since he was paralysed in a freak accident in a London hotel more than a year ago. Now, despite being a public patient, the Canberra Hospital has started billing him for his care.
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Canberrans will enjoy another public holiday from next year, with the ACT government to add Easter Sunday to the list.
The decision has been accepted by the Canberra Business Chamber, despite concerns it would hurt business margins. 
Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Monday were already public holidays.
Canberrans will enjoy another public holiday from next year, with the ACT to add ;Easter Sunday to the list.
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Nick Kyrgios' mum, Nill, admits it was "not a nice thing" her son said to opponent Stanislas Wawrinka, but she felt there was previous bad blood between the two that led to the comments.
Kyrgios sent the tennis world into a frenzy when he told Wawrinka: "Kokkinakis banged your girlfriend. Sorry to tell you that mate" shortly after losing the first set in their Rogers Cup match in Montreal on Thursday.
Nick Kyrgios' mum, Nill, admits it was "not a nice thing" her son said to opponent Stanislas Wawrinka, but she felt there was previous bad blood between the two that led to the comments.
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Dozens of Immigration Department spin doctors are set to lose their special public service classification.
The "Public Affairs Officer" classification is to be consigned to history if the department's bosses get their way, but insiders have labelled the move a "disaster" for the public servants affected.
It is understood that the special legal and medical officer designations will be kept while the public affairs officers get "mainstreamed".
Dozens of Immigration Department spin doctors are set to lose their special public service classification.
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A Sydney tiler allegedly paid bribes to a construction union official to get work in Canberra because "that's the market", the royal commission has heard.
A formwork subcontractor also claimed to have made payments of about $135,000 in cash he allegedly handed to the same Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union organiser in envelopes to guarantee a competitive advantage over rivals.
A Sydney tiler allegedly paid bribes to a construction union official to get work in Canberra because "that's the market", the royal commission has heard.
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