Canberra pollen season

Canberra pollen season predicted to be worse and start early

There will be no respite for Canberra hay fever sufferers this year with The Australian National University’s (ANU) Canberra Pollen project forecasting another nightmare pollen season. Lead researcher Professor Simon Haberle of... Read more »
Joe Hockey's former home in the salubrious suburb of Forrest has been eventually sold for $1.515 following negotiations

Former treasurer Joe Hockey sold his Canberra home for $1.5 million

Former treasurer Joe Hockey has sold his Canberra home for $1.515 million — making a profit of more than $1 million. The heritage-listed home went to auction Saturday, drawing a large crowd... Read more »
Canberra Balloon Spectacular 2016

Photos: Canberra’s balloon spectacular 2016

The Australian capital is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its stunning hot air balloon festival. The nine-day spectacular is recognised as one of the top four ballooning events in the world. Each... Read more »
Clover Moore marches in the climate rally from The Domain to Macquarie St. Thousands joined the climate change rally in Sydney today which packed out Maquarie St.

Australian climate marches draw thousands

Tens of thousands of protesters have marched through Australian capital cities to urge world leaders to take action on climate change ahead of a United Nations summit. Climate change rallies rolled on... Read more »
Lightning strikes "like silly string" over Parliament House. Photo: Glenn Martin

Canberra experiences stormy start to November with 20mm rain

A storm which put on a spectacular light show across the ACT has dumped about 20 millimetres of rain in the national capital. The storm attracted amateur and professional photographers alike, keen... Read more »
Anna Saxon said along with her guide dog Elska, advances in technology were allowing her to give back to the Canberra community. Photo: ABC News/Elise Pianegonda

Technology to assist visually impaired and blind on show in Canberra

An exhibition displaying latest in adaptive technology was held in Canberra. The display, hosted by the Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) Canberra Blind Society, aims to introduce clients to adaptive technology... Read more »

Australia Capital now prepared to check Ebola threat

Australia’s Capital City authorities are fully prepared to meet any possible case of Ebola and necessary measures have already been taken, according to a report Tribune International’s special correspondent. When a local... Read more »