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- Civic-Airport Bus Up And Running
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- Two people injured in an aggravated break-in
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Latest - Capital Radio News
A new daycare and respite centre for sick and vulnerable children has opened in Fyshwick.
The ACT Supreme Court has heard a former University of Canberra lecturer sexually assaulted students during misconduct meetings.
A man's been arrested for threatening another with a knife and stealing his iPad just days after being released from prison.