Anthony Leach was training for an adventure cycling trip in 2016 when he noticed what he thought was a pimple under his helmet — doctors thought otherwise.
A pedestrian is struck and injured by a light rail vehicle undergoing testing in central Canberra on Saturday morning, more than a month before the network's launch.
As heavy dust falls over Canberra due to high winds, thousands lose power as emergency services work to fix downed electricity poles in several suburbs.
As the satirical Bald Archy Prize exhibition opens in Canberra, its founder celebrates humour over hate in a year of unrelenting political drama.
The parents of Amy 'Dolly' Everett, who took her own life due to bullying, are named Local Hero in the Australian of the Year awards 2019.
One Friday, an extraordinary Australian will receive one of our highest honours for their tireless work on behalf of others and in pursuit of change.
A tremor that sounded like "something had fallen on the roof" or a loud truck driving past startles Canberrans, in what experts say is a "rare" event for the nation's capital.
More than 150 Canberrans came to Elizabeth Pickworth's rescue, in an "overwhelming" display of community spirit and human kindness.
In the summer of 1886, the Sydney Cricket Ground hosted a match so unusual it quickly earned outrage, with spectators describing it as "horrible" and "positively dangerous".
A private school principal calls into ABC radio to confront the ACT Transport Minister over a delay in the rollout of the new bus network, labelling the communication with schools "just not good enough".