Feb 18 2020

Hope for Canberra toddler still trapped in China

Hope for Canberra toddler still trapped in China

The Canberra parents of a toddler trapped in China are in talks with the federal government about travelling overseas to bring their daughter home.

The Ngunnawal couple sent their 18-month-old daughter Chloe to stay with her grandmother when smoke from the bushfires was blanketing the capital, but she's been trapped there since the coronavirus...

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Feb 18 2020

Hope for Canberra toddler still trapped in China

Hope for Canberra toddler still trapped in China

The Canberra parents of a toddler trapped in China are in talks with the federal government about travelling overseas to bring their daughter home.

The Ngunnawal couple sent their 18-month-old daughter Chloe to stay with her grandmother when smoke from the bushfires was blanketing the capital, but she's been trapped there since the coronavirus...

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Feb 18 2020

More damaging hail could hit Canberra

More damaging hail could hit Canberra

Canberrans are being urged to monitor weather conditions, with the possibility of another supercell storm hitting the capital this afternoon.

The Bureau of Meteorology says we could see hailstones larger than five centimetres, while wind gusts could reach 90 kilometres an hour.

The severe thunderstorm is expected to hit the ACT sometime between 2...

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Feb 17 2020

ACT Chief Minister slams religious freedom bill

ACT Chief Minister slams religious freedom bill

Chief Minister Andrew Barr says the latest version of the federal government's religious freedom bill would threaten human rights.

In a scathing submission to the Federal Government, Mr Barr says the laws would elevate religious freedom to a special position above all other human rights, essentially creating "religious privilege".

This is the...

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