Mar 26 2019

Cannabis bill inconsistent : Chief Police Officer

Cannabis bill inconsistent : Chief Police Officer

Cannabis users in the ACT could face jail time if a bill to legalise the drug passes, the territory's chief police officer has warned.

Chief Police Officer Ray Johnson has warned the legalisation of the drug could leave Australian Federal Police officers open to allegations of failing to carry out their duties.

Backbencher Michael Pettersson's bill...

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Mar 26 2019

Drone hangar approved in Mitchell

Drone hangar approved in Mitchell

Plans for a drone delivery hangar in Mitchell have got the go-ahead from the Planning and Land Authority.

Wing has been given the green light to redevelop an existing warehouse on Vicars Street as a base for its fleet of delivery drones, which it hopes to launch into the Gungahlin region by the middle of the year.

It'd be a world first for household...

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Mar 26 2019

Submissions open for an ACT coat of arms

Submissions open for an ACT coat of arms

If you've got an idea for a coat of arms in the ACT, then listen up!

As one of few jurisdictions in the world without a coat of arms, the territory government is calling for Canberrans' opinions on a coat of arms.

Submissions have been opened to the public until April 21, and should address whether Canberra should adopt one at all, and what it might...

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Mar 25 2019

Police seek help with Gungahlin murder inquiry

Police seek help with Gungahlin murder inquiry

Police are seeking information from the public about the murder of a Gungahlin man earlier this month.

Jae-Ho Oh died after reportedly being stabbed in the neck on March 11.

Police want to speak to anyone who may have observed or interacted with the 56 year old in the days leading up to his murder.

They're especially keen to hear from anyone who saw...

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