- Regional bank closures continue to devastate communities as banks push online bankingby Sam McManus on 10月 2, 2022 at 2:20 上午
The Regional Banking Taskforce is calling on banks to improve communication with regional customers and ensure local councils receive forewarnings of branch closures.
- Former Inland Rail project director claims planners 'just looked on Google Maps'by Nathan Morris and Clint Jasper on 10月 1, 2022 at 10:24 下午
A damning Senate report, ongoing community tension, and a looming government review hang over the Inland Rail, but is this vital infrastructure project really running off track?
- 'Little Kathmandu'? Canberra's rapidly growing Nepali communityby Craig Allen on 10月 1, 2022 at 9:08 下午
The capital had just 70 Nepal-born residents a decade ago, but Nepali is now the third-most-spoken language in Canberra homes, after English and Mandarin.
- Calls for policy on zero-emissions freighton 10月 1, 2022 at 9:24 上午
Industry advocates say Australia should be a leader in adopting zero-emissions freight vehicles, but they say there needs to be more policy work on the government side.
- Russia's annexation claims 'fake' says Ukraine's ambassadoron 10月 1, 2022 at 12:14 上午
The Ukrainian Ambassador to Australia says Russia's annexation announcements does not change anything for the country, calling on Australia for more weapons.
- After a week of power industry surprises, Australia arrives at a 'tipping point'by Daniel Mercer on 9月 30, 2022 at 10:14 下午
Everywhere you looked over the past few days it seemed the super-charged transition from coal-fired power to renewable energy was on display. So what's next?
- 60 years of Spider-Man, Marvel's most relatable superheroby Matt Neal on 9月 30, 2022 at 9:22 下午
Spider-Man was initially rejected by Marvel for the very reasons that have made him the comic book powerhouse's greatest character for the past 60 years.
- Truckers want to go electric, but say government inaction is holding them backby Harry Frost on 9月 30, 2022 at 7:59 下午
The freight industry wants a rethink of regulation and greater incentives to increase take-up of electric trucks and vans.
- Canberra woman charged with grooming girls 'cannot help herself', court hearsby Elizabeth Byrne on 9月 30, 2022 at 6:49 上午
The ACT Magistrates Court has denied bail to the 28-year-old, who faces five charges, including grooming, acts of indecency and possessing child-abuse material.
- The long weekend will be 'dreary' for some, but BOM warns 'dangerous conditions' will followby Kate Doyle on 9月 30, 2022 at 6:42 上午
Rainfall records are tumbling in parts of the country while the east enjoys a period of relative calm, but forecasters say that will not last long.
- National Cabinet agrees to end mandatory isolation from Oct. 14on 9月 30, 2022 at 2:03 上午
With the unanimous support of all Premiers and Chief Ministers, National Cabinet has agreed to scrap the mandatory isolation rules for COVID-19 from October 14.
- AFP moves to protect Optus customers whose data was released onlineby Ashleigh Barraclough on 9月 30, 2022 at 1:40 上午
The Australian Federal Police launches an operation to protect more than 10,000 Optus data breach victims whose details were leaked online, as investigators work to identify those responsible.
- Canberra's COVID-19 rules are winding back as the public emergency endsby Antoinette Radford on 9月 29, 2022 at 11:58 下午
From Friday, Canberrans no longer need to wear masks on public transport, nor do household contacts need to report their status to health authorities.
- Chalmers flags new budget strategy, but tax cap 'plucked from the air' can stay for now by James Elton on 9月 29, 2022 at 9:22 上午
The Albanese government's first federal budget will include a significant rewriting of official budget guidelines and will also see forecasts for unemployment revised as a "consequence" of a deteriorating global outlook, the treasurer has flagged.
- Canberra man who allegedly attacked woman with lit aerosol can behind barsby Elizabeth Byrne on 9月 29, 2022 at 4:39 上午
Daryl Robertson is charged with intentionally inflicting grievous bodily harm, and using an inflammable liquid to endanger life.
- Canberra drivers warned that light rail construction will disrupt traffic for yearsby Markus Mannheim on 9月 29, 2022 at 3:48 上午
Public servants may be asked to work from home to avoid what the government says is the "biggest infrastructure project in Canberra's history".
- Secret life of echidnas revealed as native animal uses sensory powers to search for foodby Anita Ward on 9月 28, 2022 at 8:39 下午
Random holes popping up in your garden this spring could be a sign of echidnas if you've got lots of ants, grubs, and things they love to eat on your property.
- How has Australia’s energy sector fared after a turbulent year and through its biggest transformation?by Jess Davis on 9月 28, 2022 at 7:56 下午
After a turbulent year in the energy sector, two major reports highlight energy affordability as a significant challenge in Australia's transition away from fossil fuels to renewable power.
- Liberal senator who opposed euthanasia to change vote after father's deathby Georgia Roberts on 9月 28, 2022 at 7:15 上午
Jane Hume says her father's decision to die under Victoria's voluntary assisted dying laws profoundly altered her view on territory rights.
- Senator Jane Hume discusses her father using voluntary assisted dying laws in Victoriaon 9月 28, 2022 at 4:57 上午
Senator Jane Hume discusses her father using voluntary assisted dying laws in Victoria and how it will impact her vote for the territory rights bill.
- Is Monday a public holiday? It depends where you liveon 9月 28, 2022 at 12:53 上午
Millions of Australians have a public holiday coming up — whether you are one of them depends on which state you live in.
- Attorney General introduces ICAC legislationon 9月 27, 2022 at 11:41 下午
Attorney General Mark Dreyfus has tabled the legislation to establish a national anti-corruption commission.
- From 'garden variety' ID theft to framing you for a crime, here's how the stolen Optus data could be usedby David Chen on 9月 27, 2022 at 8:13 下午
John Theodosis is one of thousands of Australians at serious risk after the Optus data breach. As the company and officials scramble to safeguard the victims, we ask how their information could be used.
- The essential role Australia played in NASA's asteroid redirection testby Charlotte Gore on 9月 27, 2022 at 8:29 上午
As the world watched NASA complete the globe's first full-scale planetary defence test, few knew the crucial role played by a team on the outskirts of Australia's national capital.
- Closure of more than 470 regional banks since mid-2017 prompts calls to reinstate task forceby Georgia Kondek and Romy Stephens on 9月 27, 2022 at 5:04 上午
A banking task force established by the former Morrison government to investigate the impact of regional branch closures has been disbanded, before releasing its final report