Police from across the nation will converge on the National Police Memorial in Canberra this evening to pay tribute to those who have lost their lives protecting their communities.
National Police Remembrance Day commemorates the brave members of Australian policing organisations who have lost their lives on duty or as a Australian Capital Territory Read More
Australian technology now boosting the performance of Germany’s flagship radio telescope will go on show at the Adelaide Convention Centre as part of the International Astronautical Congress 2017 from September 25 to 29.
CSIRO designed and built the radio-receiving equipment for the 100m Effelsberg telescope near Bonn, the biggest single-dish telescope Australian Capital TerritoryScience Read More
On 23 September FASHFEST is transforming the National Gallery of Australia’s foyer into a runway of Hyper Real-inspired clothing by some of this year’s most innovative designers.
FASHFEST Vs Hyper Real sees Canberra’s biggest fashion event FASHFEST draw inspiration from the weird, wonderful and uncanny artworks in the NGA’s upcoming summer Arts & CultureAustralian Capital Territory Read More
Canberra is hosting talks between ASEAN and Australian civil military-police leaders this week as part of a workshop to discuss multi-national cooperation on combatting illegal fishing in the region.
Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Anne Ruston, welcomed the leaders from Australia’s ASEAN neighbours and said she looked forward to Australian Capital TerritoryFarming & Agriculture Read More
A redistribution of federal electoral divisions will be required in Victoria, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.
Australian Electoral Commissioner Tom Rogers made the determination today based on the most recent official population figures for the Commonwealth published and provided to him by the Australian Statistician.
“The figures show the population Australian Capital TerritorySouth AustraliaVictoria Read More
Australia and Vietnam held their 14th Annual Human Rights Dialogue in Canberra on 10 August 2017. The two sides engaged in robust and constructive dialogue discussing a wide range of human rights issues.
Australia reiterated its recognition of Vietnam’s significant progress and achievements made in enhancing social and economic rights over Australian Capital TerritoryLGBTQI Read More
The Bureau of Meteorology says it holds the integrity of its weather observations and climate data to the highest possible standards.
The Bureau rejects allegations aired in some media outlets that it has sought to tamper with temperature data.
Contrary to claims, the Bureau has not deliberately set limits on the temperatures Australian Capital TerritoryEnvironmentScienceTasmaniaVictoriaWeather & Climate Read More