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Getty Images Stephen Larkham wants to return home to the ACT Brumbies next year and help guide the team back to Super rugby glory. The Canberra Times can reveal Larkham is one of five candidates who will be interviewed for the role of attack coach
A Canberra magistrate was so rude during his sentencing of a Malaysian criminal last year that he breached the defendant�s human rights, the Supreme Court has found. Magistrate Grant Lalor�s treatment of petty criminal Moh Gim Em in his court in
Monday 22 March 2010 ACT and region businesses now have the opportunity to nominate for the 2010 Canberra BusinessPoint Gala Awards. Businesses who apply for awards at this event may receive benefits including a higher local and national profile,
As far as the department was aware, my limited skills were derived from reviewing video games for The Canberra Times . Perplexed and amused, I dusted off the suit and attended my one and only interview. ''I'll be writing speeches for who?'' ''
I'm in contact with some of the brightest minds in my specialised area of science and medicine around the world. Some are Australians working abroad while others are citizens of other countries who have developed very successful professional careers.
THE ACT Government has formally opened three new early childhood schools across Canberra which it says will ease pressure for child care. But places are filling up rapidly and some categories of child care are already full. The Government spent $
Ben Rogers had a ''brain snap'', using Canberra winger Daniel Vidot as a punching bag but said he didn't realise the significance of the attack until he was charged with a grade-four offence yesterday. Rogers unleashed four consecutive unchallenged
Renewable energy legislation to be split from emissions trading scheme August 16, 2009 09:05am THE Federal Government has decided to split its renewable energy legislation from its emissions trading scheme after the Senate blocked its climate
Government should not focus solely on increasing GP numbers as it tries to improve access to health care in Canberra. The Liberals say the GP shortage is crippling the ACT health system and Government has established an Assembly inquiry to look into
Craig Bellamy must surely be sick of the sight of Mal Meninga after the Queensland mentor yesterday helped inspire the Raiders to their first win over his Melbourne side in seven years...After attending an official presentation before the match,