- Teens face court for allegedly blackmailing men on Grindr
- Man accused of helping dump a body faces court
- Car smashes into a tree in Ngunnawal, trapping driver
- Belconnen Building Evacuated
- Man Who Choked Girlfriend Re-Sentenced
- Police on the hunt for thieves who held up a KFC
- Crashes on the territory's roads halt morning traffic
- New solutions sought for Canberra's rubbish problem
- Health Department next in line for job cuts
- Trial Delayed For Alleged 'Negligent' Driver
- Car Smashes Into Charnwood Woolworths
- Archbishop says mandatory reporting laws need work
- Lawyer convicted of deception previously jailed
- Woman who set fire to her ex's car gets jail time
- Dash-Cam Footage Shows Driver Flee Accident In Civic
- Removal Of Trees On Light-Rail Route To Be Fast-Tracked
- ACT Policing Release Ngunnawal Robbery Footage
- Two car crash on Gungahlin Drive stalls traffic
- Man faces court for shooting in Gordon
- Canberra drug dealer forced to hand over assets
Published: 17 February 2017 Written by Jacinta Lee
Less than a week after bushfire conditions swept across the region, we're being told to be ready again.
Emergency Services has declared a total fire ban for 24 hours, with the mercury tipped to hit 35 degrees.
The Bureau of Meteorology has put out a fire weather warning, dry, windy conditions expected.
ACT Rural Fire Service's Joe Murphy says many parks and reserves will be closed.
Currently, there is an under control blaze burning at Giralang and a fire was put out yesterday in a backyard in Kaleen.