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New multi-unit developments need designated smoking areas

By 11 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Our predicament = offensive second hand smoke drifting through our unit
My partner and I are being forced to put up with daily smoke drift problems in the multi-unit development we live in. These problems have been occurring since January 2014 when the building became occupied for the first time. Our apartment has been impacted on a daily [...]

Teens caught with stolen car, stolen property

By 10 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Two male youths, one aged 16 and the other 17, together with a 16-year-old girl, were taken into custody by ACT Policing after being stopped in a stolen Toyota Hilux in Conder around 2.45am yesterday (Tuesday, June 10).
Police identified the vehicle as one stolen from the driveway of an address in Gilmore around 1am.
Property stolen [...]

Man sought by police – have you seen him?

By 10 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking the assistance of the public in locating 31-year-old Adam Beniamini who has allegedly committed acts of violence and is in breach of his current bail conditions.
Beniamini’s current whereabouts is unknown but he is thought to frequent Queanbeyan and addresses in southern Canberra.
He is sought by police on a First Instance Warrant [...]

Multiple arson attacks in Tuggeranong

By 9 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is investigating several incidents of arson in the suburbs of Richardson, Calwell and Isabella Plains early yesterday morning (Monday 8 June).
Between the hours of 2.30am and 5am, police and ACT Fire and Rescue attended up to 10 separate locations across the south side, after reports of trees and bushes being alight. Property including [...]

Giralang 7-eleven robbed overnight

By 5 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an aggravated robbery in Giralang early this morning (Friday 5 June).
About 3.05am, a man entered the 7-Eleven convenience store on Canopus Crescent, Giralang, and threatened a staff member with a hammer, demanding cash. The staff member complied and the offender fled on foot with a sum of cash.
The man [...]

Fatal car crash in Latham

By 4 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is investigating a fatal crash where a single car collided with a tree and caught fire on Ginninderra Drive, Latham, 4.55am this morning (Thursday June 4).
The crash resulted in fatal injuries to the driver. There was no one else in the car at the time.
ACT Fire and Rescue extinguished a fire and ACT [...]

Belconnen pair summonsed over drug import via mail

By 4 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing will summons a 20-year-old Belconnen man and his 20-year-old female partner to court over the illegal importation of a controlled substance.
In late May, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service intercepted a mail consignment from China. Examination of the package revealed two of the six packages contained a commercial quantity (1050 grams) of a [...]

Braddon supermarket robbery

By 3 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to the aggravated robbery of a small supermarket in Braddon yesterday (Tuesday 2 June).
About 6pm, a man threatened a staff member of the shop on Lowana Street with a knife, demanding cash. The victim complied and the offender fled towards the direction Northbourne Avenue.
The man was described as being of [...]

Did you see a collision in Belconnen last week?

By 1 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to a collision that occurred at the intersection of Eastern Valley way and Cameron Avenue, Belconnen last Thursday afternoon (28 May).
About 12.46pm police attended the scene after reports of a collision between a silver Ford Futura and a Silver Toyota Aurion.
Anyone who may have witnessed the collision or were in [...]

Turner RUC robbed

By 1 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to the aggravated robbery of the Rugby Union Club in Turner early Sunday morning (31 May 2015).
About 12.40am, three males entered the club. Two of the offenders were armed with weapons, a baseball bat and a large machete and made threatening demands to the club’s staff members.
One staff member was [...]

Guns and ammunition seized in Fisher

By 29 May 2015
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ACT Policing has seized a number of firearms along with ammunition following a warrant executed at a residence in Fisher yesterday (Thursday, May 28).
Acting on information received from the public, members from Woden General Duties executed the search warrant where a number of items were seized.
Those items included seven rifles, a revolver, a pistol, a [...]

Have you seen Michael?

By 28 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Police are seeking the assistance of the public in locating Michael, who left his Lyons home on Monday morning and has not been heard of or seen since, and has not been in contact with his family who are concerned for his welfare.
Michael is 69 years old, weighs 60kg, has a shaved head and is [...]

Hughes IGA robbed

By 28 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an aggravated robbery which occurred in Hughes last Sunday night (24 May 2015).
About 7.45pm, two males both carrying large knives entered the Hughes IGA, threatened customers and staff and demanded cash and cigarettes.
The staff complied with the offenders’ demands and the men fled the store.
The offenders are both described [...]

Aggravated robbery at Kaleen service station

By 26 May 2015
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an aggravated robbery that occurred at the Caltex Service Station in Kaleen this morning (Monday, May 26).
Around 1.55am, a man carrying a green shopping bag entered the service station, produced a knife and pointed it towards the console operator making demands for cash.
The operator complied with the demands of [...]

Fisher growhouse bust

By 25 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Two men will face court today (Monday, May 25) after they were arrested for using a residential house in Fisher for the hydroponic cultivation of a traffickable quantity of cannabis.
ACT Policing’s Criminal Investigations Team attended the premises late on Saturday afternoon (May 23) as the men were detected moving suspicious material from the house.
The men [...]

Fyshwick hit and run witness sought

By 22 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking a key witness to a collision in Fyshwick this afternoon.
A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle whose driver failed to stop and render assistance.
We are seeking the driver of a dark-coloured Holden Commodore ute. It is important to note that the driver of the pictured vehicle is being sought as a [...]

Teen charged with drug trafficking

By 19 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing has charged a 17-year-old teenager with drug trafficking offences after executing a search warrant at a residence in Higgins today (Tuesday, May 19).
Around 7.15am, Criminal Investigations officers from the Crime Targeting Team executed the warrant after a lengthy investigation into the use of the internet to order illicit drugs online.
During the execution of [...]

Witnesses sought to assault at Academy nightclub

By 18 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an assault that occurred in a nightclub on Sunday morning (17 May).
About 2.45am the 18-year-old victim was sitting on a lounge, near the bar, within the Academy nightclub, when he was approached by a man. The man struck up a conversation and then without provocation, turned on the victim, [...]

Aggravated burglary in Kambah

By 18 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is investigating an aggravated burglary that occurred at a home in Ashby Circuit, Kambah, early yesterday morning (Sunday, 17 May).
Around 12:05am, the victim was home alone, when two men, armed with wooden poles, forced entry into his home and made demands for cash and property.
After the victim refused the demands, the two men [...]

Police investigate assault in Kambah

By 17 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Police are calling for witnesses who may have seen an assault take place at the Caltex Service Station on O’Halloran Circuit, Kambah last night (Saturday, 16 May).
Between 8:30pm and 8:50pm, a man was refuelling his car when approached by two men. One of the men punched the man causing facial injuries.
The two men then fled [...]

Boy, 12, missing from Belconnen area

By 15 May 2015
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UPDATE: ACT Policing says the boy has been located safe and well (11.30am Friday 15 May).
ACT Policing is seeking the public’s assistance to locate a 12-year-old boy, missing since yesterday evening (Thursday, May 14).
The North-side boy did not return home from school yesterday and was last seen at 8.30pm yesterday in Belconnen, at the traffic lights [...]

Police responding to incident and house fire in Red Hill

By 12 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Around 9:40am this morning, ACT Policing responded to an incident in La Perouse Street, Red Hill.
Police were called to attend the house after reports of a disturbance and a house fire. ACT Fire & Rescue attended the location to extinguish a fire.
Two people, a woman and young child have been conveyed to hospital with critical [...]

Interim domestic violence order to better protect victims

By 12 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE

The government will introduce amendments to interim domestic violence orders and change the definition of family violence to ensure victims receive greater support, Attorney-General Simon Corbell announced last night.
Speaking at the launch of Law Week 2015, Mr Corbell said the changes were part of the government’s major legislative reform program to respond to the outcomes [...]

Break and enter at Detect A Den Fyshwick

By 11 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Thieves have allegedly stolen over $10,000 worth of metal detecting equipment from metal detector and prospecting store Detect A Den overnight.
At least two men gained entry to the Townsville Street business at around 2.40am on Monday morning (11 May 2015) by smashing a window. Security footage has been handed to police.
Detect A Den owner Terry Lemon says [...]

Free legal advice on wills

By 8 May 2015

[ 13 May 2015 at 11:00 am; 14 May 2015 at 11:45 am; ] The President of the Law Society of the ACT, Martin Hockridge, has today announced free advice sessions on wills and powers of attorney that will be run as part of ACT Law Week.

“Many people either don’t realise how important it is to have a will, or they think they can leave it until later,” said [...]

Another traffic infringement notice scam

By 7 May 2015
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ACT Policing has today issued another warning against scam traffic infringement notices, this time for “irresponsible driving a car.”
Morning Canberra,
It would seem that the scammers are at it again with another version of the email traffic infringement notice doing the rounds.
For the LOL’s, we received this email from the scammers this morning telling us this [...]

Did you witness an armed robbery in Calwell this morning?

By 5 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an armed robbery which occurred in Calwell early this morning (Tuesday, 5 May).
Around 1am two women entered the Woolworths Petrol service station at the Calwell Shopping Centre, where they threatened a console operator, one armed with a possible firearm and the other with a syringe.
The console operator complied with [...]

Police responding to suspicious package at Indonesian Embassy

By 4 May 2015
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UPDATE: The white powder found in a package at the Indonesian Embassy has been deemed safe.
ACT Policing is responding to reports of a suspicious package located at the Indonesian Embassy in Canberra this morning (Monday, May 4).
About 10.45am, ACT Policing received the report of the suspicious package at the Indonesian Embassy in Yarralumla.
ACT Policing is [...]

Witnesses sought to ‘one punch’ assault in Braddon

By 4 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is investigating a one punch assault that occurred on Mort Street in Braddon in the early hours of Sunday 3 May.
About 1.47am police were approached by a male who informed them a male had been knocked out near the intersection of Mort Street and Bunda Street.
Police arrived on the scene where they found [...]

Man to face court over car thefts

By 4 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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An 18-year-old Bonner man will face the ACT Magistrates Court today (Monday, May 4) charged with a number of traffic offences.
Police will allege that on Thursday 11 March 2015, the man stole a silver Toyota Kluger from a home in Ainslie and number plates belonging to a Honda Civic in Belconnen.
On Friday 12 March, the [...]

Police investigate suspicious fire in Red Hill

By 27 April 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Investigations are underway after ACT Policing attended a fire in Red Hill yesterday (Sunday, 26 April).
ACT Fire and Rescue and police arrived at a unit in Discovery Street around 9:30pm and found the rear carport on fire.
ACT Fire and Rescue extinguished the fire with damage estimated to be valued at $50,000. No other units in [...]

Serious collision at Dickson over weekend

By 27 April 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing attended a serious collision between a pedestrian and a car at the intersection of Northbourne Avenue and Antill Street in Dickson on Saturday night (25 April).
About 10.50pm a car turned right from Mouat Street Lynham, then proceeded southbound along Northbourne Avenue when a pedestrian ran out on to the road from Antill Street.
The pedestrian [...]

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