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Tributes have continued to flow for a humble window cleaner who became a routine feature at a Dickson intersection for more than 20 years.
Tributes have continued to flow for a humble window cleaner who became a routine feature at a Dickson intersection for more than 20 years.
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Federal public servants cannot be given hard and fast rules about the dangers of commenting publicly on policy because the law surrounding it is still unfolding, the Australian Public Service Commission says.
Bureaucrats now have to consider two court cases - which each had very different results - when working out whether they should voice their opinions.
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Nationally-renowned Canberra chef Ben Willis took a punt opening his second restaurant, Temporada, amidst the office blocks of Moore Street in the city – and it's hoped it's the catalyst for more change in what some believe is an increasingly forgotten part of the central business district.
Nationally-renowned Canberra chef Ben Willis took a punt opening his second restaurant, Temporada, amongst the office blocks of Moore Street in the city.
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The ACT government was flooded with more than 800 applications for the 77 residential blocks released in the new suburb of Moncrieff on sale day last month, with such heated competition that every block was nabbed within three minutes of the sale opening.
Man sent his bid on the dot of opening time for the land sale but missed out by hundreds of places
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Canberra's second biggest printer, Paragon Printers, is in voluntary liquidation, owing creditors more than $3 million.
More than 50 people are out of work, and the sudden closure on Monday morning has stunned the industry in Canberra, which two decades ago was a major employer.
Fyshwick's Paragon Printers is in voluntary liquidation, owing creditors more than $3 million.
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This is the inside story of how Tony Abbott was brought down as PM. And everyone's roles in his downfall.
A five-part multimedia investigation into the Abbott government.
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Residents of a northside unit block are dismayed by an order from their body corporate to remove pot plants they placed on their balcony walls to add "a bit of natural beauty". 
Residents of a northside unit block are dismayed by an order to remove pot plants on their balcony walls.
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Immigration minister Peter Dutton has been left red-faced after he referred to a journalist as a "mad f---ing witch" then accidentally sent the text message to the journalist herself.
Immigration minister Peter Dutton has been left red-faced after he referred to a journalist as a "witch" then accidentally sent the missive to the journalist herself.
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An anti-malarial drug was given to Australian soldiers for at least 14 years after the Australian Defence Force first became concerned about its serious side effects, previously classified documents show.
Previously classified documents show the Australian Defence Force kept giving soldiers a harmful drug for at least 14 years after first becoming concerned about its serious side effects.
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In liquidation for a year, the Canberra Club has been hit with a $34.5 million claim for damages, delaying work to wind up the business.
In what could be the final twist in a long and bitter battle that has failed to keep Canberra's oldest licenced club afloat, liquidators will call a meeting later this month to ask members for more money to complete the wind up.
In liquidation for a year, the Canberra Club has been hit with a $34.5 million claim for damages, delaying work to wind up the business.
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The ACT government continues to meet opposition to its plan to relocate thousands of public housing tenants in Canberra, with concerns, this time in Tuggeranong, that it is unwittingly creating just another enclave of public housing.
The ACT Government continues to meet opposition to its plan to relocate thousands of public housing residents in Canberra.
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Canberra property companies could be millions of dollars out of pocket as a result of the on-off saga surrounding the future of the Immigration Department's offices, according to the Property Council.
And Canberra Airport has approached the Finance Minister saying the new "local impact studies" that now must be undertaken before departments make a move could cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars. 
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