Friday May 29, 2009
Over 611,000 jobs have been axed in the private-sector alone since the global financial crisis began in September last year.
Monday May 18, 2009
Canberra welcomes a new suburb to its city, which will be known as Beard in honour of an convict that has been described as 'industrious'.
Sunday May 17, 2009
The Canberra Convention Bureau was celebrating last night with the news it has secured $23 million in conference business in just six months, its best result in five years.
Saturday May 16, 2009
Animal rights group, Animal Liberation NSW, is disputing the grant of a culling licence on kangaroos on Defence land, resulting in a Canberra tribunal suspending the action.
Friday May 15, 2009
The Australian Capital Territory's government will have to cut costs and borrow to try and recover from a $200million loss in expected GST revenue, resulting from the predictions of a further decline in sales in the federal budget.
Thursday May 14, 2009
Canberra is a buzz of music with the Canberra International Music Festival in full swing over 10 days.
Wednesday May 13, 2009
Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan said in Canberra that Australia will eventually emerge stronger from the financial crisis, but there is still more suffering to endure.
Monday May 11, 2009
Australian Capital Territory's disability equipment scheme has been described as inadequate and disjointed with vast problems and archaic record-keeping, according to an ACT Health report.
Friday May 8, 2009
Canberra girls participated in a Girls Try a Trade Day at the Canberra Institute of Technology yesterday to discover the benefits of working in a trade.
Wednesday May 6, 2009
Canberra arts personality Betty Churcher is going to be honoured with one of Australia's most recognised visual arts awards in Sydney today.
Friday May 1, 2009
Canberra's bus service ACTION is introducing two express buses that will run every 15 minutes during peak times in Canberra CBD to entice more people to use public transport.