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Hot and stormy: Canberra set for wild weather on Friday

Temperatures are forecast to reach 40 degrees on Friday before another storm rolls into the capital.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Canberra Now: Heat puts pressure on electricity; more light rail testing

Canberra is facing its longest heatwave on record.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Videos for Canberra

Canberra Man Helps Thirsty Possum During Intense Australian Heatwave [Video]Canberra Man Helps Thirsty Possum During Intense Australian Heatwave  00:35

A couple in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, helped out a thirsty possum who was suffering through an intense heatwave that gripped the country on Monday, January 14. Griffith resident Murray..

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Canberra Hit by Afternoon Hailstorm [Video]Canberra Hit by Afternoon Hailstorm  00:44

A storm rolled through Canberra in the afternoon of Friday, January 11, pelting the city with hail. The Bureau of Meteorology tweeted a severe thunderstorm alert and warned of heavy rainfall, damaging..

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Man Arrested Over Packages Sent to Consulates in Australia [Video]Man Arrested Over Packages Sent to Consulates in Australia  00:58

The Australian Federal Police and the Victoria Police announced the 49-year-old man's arrest in a joint statement Thursday.

Newsy Studio - Published

Suspicious Packages Sent to Foreign Consulates in Australia [Video]Suspicious Packages Sent to Foreign Consulates in Australia  00:51

The packages were sent to a number of consulates in Melbourne and Canberra.

Newsy Studio - Published

Suspicious packages sent to diplomatic missions in Australia [Video]Suspicious packages sent to diplomatic missions in Australia  00:50

Police in Australia say they are investigating several suspicious packages sent to embassies and consulates, which media reports and other officials say include the U.S. and British missions, in the..

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Foreign Consulates in Australia Have Been Evacuated Over Suspicious Packages [Video]Foreign Consulates in Australia Have Been Evacuated Over Suspicious Packages  01:18

Several foreign consulates were evacuated in the Australian cities of Melbourne and Canberra on Wednesday after they received suspicious packages.

Time - Published

Israel Signals Displeasure At Australia's Israel Signals Displeasure At Australia's "Mistaken" West Jerusalem Move  00:39

According to Reuters, Israel signalled displeasure on Sunday with Australia’s recognition of West Jerusalem as its capital, saying it was a mistake to contradict Israeli control over the whole city...

Wochit - Published

Australia Australia "recognition" move criticized in Israel  01:42

Israel indicates displeasure at an Australian decision to recognize West Jerusalem as the Israeli capital - with a confidant of Benjamin Netanyahu suggesting the announcement does not go far enough...

Reuters Studio - Published

Orphaned Baby Wombat Speeding His Way to Recovery [Video]Orphaned Baby Wombat Speeding His Way to Recovery  00:55

This joey may not have had the easiest of starts, but that isn’t stopping him taking some speedy steps on his road to recovery. Little banjo was taken into Lindy Butcher’s care after he..

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Fun Alpaca Facts! [Video]Fun Alpaca Facts!  00:31

Alpacas are interesting creatures. MNN.com recently compiled a list of interesting fact about the pack animals. For instance, they're ancient and were domesticated by the Incas over 6,000 years ago...

Wochit News - Published

Brown Snake Captured and Released After Surprising Shoppers on Canberra Street [Video]Brown Snake Captured and Released After Surprising Shoppers on Canberra Street  01:31

A brown snake was captured and later released after slithering down Bunda Street in Canberra, Australia, on December 9. Canberra Snake Rescue & Relocation were called in to remove the..

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Students across Australia skip class for mass climate protests [Video]Students across Australia skip class for mass climate protests  01:18

Thousands of Australian students have walked out of schools across the country to protest against inaction on climate change by Australia's government and promised to keep the pressure up, earning a..

Reuters Studio - Published

Hobart Students Chant Outside Parliament House During Strike for Climate Change [Video]Hobart Students Chant Outside Parliament House During Strike for Climate Change  02:14

School students in Hobart, Tasmania, went on strike on Thursday, November 29, protesting what they said was a lack of government action on climate change. A large group of students rallied outside..

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Young Environmental Activist Voices Support for Australian Students Striking Over Climate Change [Video]Young Environmental Activist Voices Support for Australian Students Striking Over Climate Change  00:37

A young environmental campaigner voiced support for Australian students, who on Wednesday, November 28, went on a strike against the government’s stance on climate change. Lilly Platt, a..

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Adorable Baby Wombat Goes to Sleep After Feeding [Video]Adorable Baby Wombat Goes to Sleep After Feeding  00:43

Yarra the baby wombat finished his bottle and began to feel drowsy. With the help of his carers at ACT Wildlife Australia in Canberra, he was able to make himself comfortable and go into a peaceful..

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Two Cheeky Wombats Trash Backyard Shed [Video]Two Cheeky Wombats Trash Backyard Shed  01:00

Canberra wildlife carer Lindy Butcher was astounded to discover two of her wombat charges, Spud and Wills, had trashed her garden shed. Wombats are much stronger than their relatively small size..

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Dust Storm Reddens Sky as It Rolls Through Rural New South Wales [Video]Dust Storm Reddens Sky as It Rolls Through Rural New South Wales  06:45

A potent dust storm on Tuesday, November 20, darkened the skies around Wilcannia and Broken Hill in rural New South Wales. There were reports of dust storms throughout regional New South Wales on..

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Budget blowout for troubled hospital department

Staff absences have contributed to increasing budget blowouts in the troubled medical imaging department at Canberra Hospital.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Discoloured water warning as Canberra heats up

Icon Water says the discoloured water is safe to drink but advised people not to if it "tastes or smells objectionable".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Canberra United match abandoned due to lighting

Players were ordered off the field in the 17th minute Seiffert Oval and the game was never restarted.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australian prime minister begins 2-day visit to Fiji

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia's prime minister has sidestepped a diplomatic dispute over a suspected extremist's nationality and brushed off criticism that he is burdening Pacific neighbors..
New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

David Pope: The Canberra Times editorial cartoonist's latest work

Cartoons from The Canberra Times editorial artist.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Day, night testing along light rail track starts next week

The consortium behind Canberra's light rail project will start testing the light rail vehicles at both day and night along the route from Gungahlin to the city from next Tuesday.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Rapana's sister Tazmin Gray picked for Maori Ferns

Canberra Raiders star Jordan Rapana has already picked New Zealand over Queensland, now his sister Tazmin Gray will play for the New Zealand Maori Ferns.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

ASADA's Uni of Canberra partnership 'only limited by imagination'

The ASADA chief hopes partnering with the university will pave the way to strengthen their "world-leading science department".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Happy Chinese New Year! Here's where to celebrate the Year of the Pig

Our guide to the Lunar New Year banquets, performances and festivals happening in Canberra.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Canberra Racing tips: Heat to hit Thoroughbred Park's hip pocket

Canberra Racing stand to lose $1 million in turnover after they put their horses' well-being ahead of the bottom line and moved their Friday meet earlier.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australian police investigate street slaying of Israeli

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australian police are looking for at least one attacker who killed an Israeli woman as she was walking on a city street speaking to her sister by phone.Detective Inspector..
New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Canberra set to break heatwave record for four days over 40 degrees

Relief isn't expected until the weekend, with the fire danger rating set for "severe" for Friday.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Gone fishing: Chase the mountain trout to avoid Canberra's heatwave

Ben Caddaye looks at where the fish are biting around the region.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Canberra Greyhounds still winning despite ACT government ban

They might not be able to race on their home track, but that hasn't stopped Canberra's greyhound trainers from winning on other people's.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Life before air con: Surviving the great heatwaves of Canberra's past

Scientists banded together to fight bushfires; bicycle tyres melted; spilt petrol caught fire in the sun - heatwaves in Canberra's past sounded wild.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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