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When Janina Wojcik left her Altona home on Christmas Eve 1962, she told her husband she was going on a holiday. He never saw her again. Fifty four years later, it emerged she'd created a new life in Canberra.
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The bellwether voters of Eden-Monaro aren't impressed
In the cloistered corridors of Parliament House, it can sometimes seem as if the whole world is fixated on the one thing. But a few kilometres down the road in Queanbeyan, things are different.
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A person has died in a fiery crash when a car hit a stone wall in Campbell late on Monday night.
The single vehicle crash was near the intersection of Fairbairn Avenue and Mount Ainslie Drive, Campbell.
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Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield has acknowledged some areas of Canberra's south have poor internet access, but has not included them on the NBN priority list.
Minister for Communications acknowledges some areas of Canberra's southern suburbs have poor internet access.
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Just moved a suburb too far south myself. Past mount Taylor and TV, radio, internet, and phone reception is rubbish. Back to Woden/Weston and things are fine
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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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A narrow and often overcrowded stretch of footpath along Lake Burley Griffin is allegedly sparking rage between cyclists and pedestrians with some claiming it's too narrow for everyone to enjoy safely.
A narrow and often overcrowded stretch of footpath along Lake Burley Griffin is allegedly sparking rage between cyclists and pedestrians with some claiming it's too narrow for everyone to enjoy safely.
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Cyclists have restrained three people after they allegedly assaulted and robbed two riders in Tuggeranong, police said.
A man and two young people allegedly assaulted two cyclists, and stole from them.
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Naplan results are out today, and we've ranked schools by how well the same group of students improved their results over two years.
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When 34-year-old Caitlin Moorhouse experienced a sharp pain in her shoulder, she put it down to lifting her beautiful and much-wanted newborn daughter.
Caitlin Moorhouse attributed her sharp pain to lifting her beautiful daughter, but her doctor told her the unspeakable truth.
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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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