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Federal agency for Gungahlin if we win: Seselja

By 22 June 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Gungahlin

A yet-to-be named Federal Government agency will move to the Gungahlin Town Centre if the Turnbull Coalition Government is re-elected, ACT Liberal Senator Zed Seselja has announced.
The agency chosen to be the first to operate from Gungahlin was likely to be one currently based in the Parliamentary area to avoid impacting on other town [...]

Movie marathon in Gungahlin

By 16 June 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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[ 17 June 2016 to 19 June 2016. ]

Gungahlin has been waiting for a cinema for many years now and hopefully later this year we will see construction commence on the development which will see a Hoyts operated cinema in the town centre.

Whilst the opening of this cinema will still be a while off people can enjoy some movies on the big screen [...]

Audi stolen at gunpoint in broad daylight in Civic found ablaze in Gungahlin

By 10 June 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Canberra Theatre carpark

An Audi station wagon surrendered by its female owner to a man threatening her with a shotgun in the Canberra Theatre carpark on Tuesday afternoon has since been used in a retail hold-up at Fyshwick and discovered ablaze in Gungahlin.
Police responded to a report of a vehicle fire in Carver Lane early yesterday morning and [...]

Flexible Bus extended to Gungahlin for seniors, people with disability

By 23 May 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Meegan Fitzharris (right) at the launch of the Flexible Bus in Gungahlin.

Residents of Gungahlin will from next month be able to access the ACT Government’s free weekday Flexible Bus service, which collects passengers who have made a booking from their home, takes them to their destination and returns them home.
Minister for Transport and Municipal Services Meegan Fitzharris (pictured above right) said seniors and people with [...]

Take a hike: Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve

By 20 May 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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Questions I often hear from my Gunghalin dwelling friends are: how come you never come for walks at our end of town? Don’t you know there are lots of great places to explore in Canberra’s North? And my answer to them is usually – because you’re so far away!! Now before you throw your arms up in rage, I know [...]

Anthony Rolfe Avenue closed to night traffic

By 16 May 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
road closed detour

Anthony Rolfe Avenue in Gungahlin will be closed to night-time traffic from tomorrow until the end of the week for maintenance work.
The road will be out of operation from Horse Park Drive to Waghorn Street/Moonlight Avenue between 7pm and 6am from Tuesday to Friday.
It will fully reopen to traffic from Saturday morning.
The closures are to allow asphalt [...]

Hoyts preferred operator for Gungahlin cinema, with construction due to start early 2017

By 14 April 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
Gungahlin cinema concept

The developer planning to build Gungahlin’s first cinema, Krnc Group, has told a meeting of the Gungahlin Community Council that Hoyts is now the preferred operator for the facility, to be built on the corner of Hibberson Street and Hinder Street from early 2017 if a development application in mid-2016 is successful.
Hoyts currently operates the [...]

Five cars in collision at Harrison

By 5 April 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
Accident site

ACT Ambulance Service and ACT Fire & Rescue have attended a five car collision in Harrison.
Crews were called to the corner of Horse Park Drive and Mapleton Avenue just after 3:57pm.
Four people were assessed on scene by intensive care paramedics and one male aged in his 30s was transported to hospital in a stable condition [...]

Rangers warn rabbit owners of viral cull near Gungahlin

By 21 March 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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Gungahlin rabbit owners should consider vaccinating their pets or securing them in fly proof enclosures early this week as Government conservation staff will be using the Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus to cull rabbits in the Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary from this Thursday.
Ranger in Charge, ACT Parks and Conservation Service, Joel Patterson said the virus would [...]

Display Village puts Moncrieff on show

By 4 March 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Moncrieff Display Village home under construction

Check out Canberra’s newest suburb, Moncrieff, between 10am and 4pm tomorrow (Saturday) at the Master Builders Association’s Display Village open day.
The event is a collaboration between Master Builders ACT and the Land Development Agency.
Moncrieff borders Ngunnawal, Amaroo and Jacka, as well as the future suburb of Taylor. It’s 4km from the Gungahlin Town Centre and [...]

Man falls from scaffolding in Gungahlin, stable in hospital

By 15 February 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Ambulance Service have attended to an industrial accident on the corner of Gozzard and Ernest Cavanagh St in Gungahlin.
Crews arrived to find a 25-year-old male had fallen three metres from scaffolding.
Following a difficult extrication, the man was stabilised on scene by intensive care paramedics and transported in a stable condition to The Canberra Hospital [...]

A Look around Canberra: Gungahlin

By 12 February 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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This week I’m heading back up the GDE (or via Northbourne and Flemington Road, depending on which you prefer) to my first hometown in Canberra: Gungahlin. The suburb of Gungahlin is named after the Aboriginal word meaning ‘white man’s house’ or ‘little rocky hill’. It was originally spelt ‘Goongarline’.
I moved here back in 2011 when I [...]

Light rail to arrive sooner, cost less and bring more trees to Northbourne

By 1 February 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
light rail model

The consortium chosen to develop Canberra’s light rail project says it will complete the project more cheaply and quickly than the Government’s estimates, and will replace trees along Northbourne in a staged manner and with 4m-tall plantings so that no section of the corridor is without trees for more than four months.
There will, in fact, [...]

Canberra street names on song

By 12 January 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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Every suburb in Canberra has a theme; from Australian rivers and lakes, to judges, to poets and butterflies, to architects. And now there’s going to be a music themed suburb. Moncrieff in the Gungahlin region has been named after soprano Gladys Lillian Moncrieff and it was announced last week that all the streets in Moncrieff [...]

Light rail development application approved

By 22 December 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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The ACT Environment and Planning Directorate has approved development applications for light rail links between Gungahlin and the City and from the City to Russell.
Minister for Capital Metro Simon Corbell said the development applications were open for public consultation for 15 working days during which 22 submissions were received.
“These approvals are an important milestone for [...]

Franklin P&C to fight housing proposal

By 2 December 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Franklin Proposal

Franklin residents are rallying to fight for community land behind their Early Childhood School as the government flags the possibility of using it for public housing instead of reserving it for the school’s possible future expansion.

P&C flyer
Government public notice

Franklin Early Childhood School P&C President Amy Thomas contacted RiotACT today to ask us to publish the [...]

Cat lock-in plan for Causeway, Kingston Foreshore, Casey

By 1 December 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
free roaming cat

The ACT Government has for the first time proposed extending its cat containment strategy into an established suburb of Canberra.
It proposes declaring two new cat containment areas in the territory, at Casey in Gungahlin and in the suburbs surrounding the Jerrabomberra Wetlands Nature reserve including the Kingston Foreshore and The Causeway.
The Causeway was one of [...]

Corbell to include Russell in light rail application

By 14 October 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
light rail artist impression

The ACT Government has sent a strong message to the anti-light rail lobby today by announcing it will lodge a development application for the optional extension to Russell together with that for the initial Civic to Gungahlin line within weeks.
A statement from Minister for Capital Metro, Simon Corbell, said the application would cover works required [...]

Car park thief nabbed in Gungahlin

By 29 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing arrested a 35-year-old Scullin man in an underground car park in Gungahlin for attempting to break into vehicles last night (28 July).
About 11.15pm, police received a report from a member of the public that a man had entered the underground car park of an apartment complex on Gungahlin Place, Gungahlin, and appeared suspicious. [...]

All is not lost for Gungahlin shopping centre expansion

By 3 June 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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The state of Canberra’s shopping centres is a hot topic of conversation at present.
Southlands at Mawson is going through an interesting phase of regrowth and has been the subject of community consultations, Westfield Woden’s tenants are murmuring about difficulties attracting customers and Civic is overdue for an intelligent and creative make-over.
Meanwhile, issues concerning the Dickson shopping precinct remain unresolved. [...]

Public housing stigma continues

By 20 May 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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I was sorely disappointed to read the front page of The Canberra Times yesterday morning in which the people of Gungahlin were objecting to the presence of salt and peppered public housing in their suburbs.
My concern stemmed from a series of experiences and I so wish that they rethink their objections and become a welcoming society [...]

Throsby declared cat containment area

By 20 April 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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The soon-to-be-built Gungahlin suburb of Throsby will be a total cat containment area, Minister Shane Rattenbury has announced today.
Cat owners in the area will need to ensure their cats are confined to the premises at all times, either by keeping cats inside the house or creating a purpose-built enclosure.
Under legislation, cats found roaming in containment areas [...]

Man charged over Gungahlin ram raid

By 10 April 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing has charged a 20-year-old man of no fixed abode following investigations into the aggravated burglary of a Gungahlin jewellery store last month.
Around 5.10am on Tuesday March 31, ACT Policing responded to an incident in which a silver Subaru Impreza wagon was driven into the Gungahlin Village shopping complex, breaking through the doors from [...]

Have you seen this giraffe?

By 10 April 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
missing giraffe statue

It may sound like a tall tale, but police are investigating the theft of Stretch, a six-foot fibreglass giraffe statue from Gungahlin over the long weekend.
The statue was stolen from Kinder Haven Childcare and Early Education Centre sometime between Thursday 2 April and Tuesday 7 April.
ACT Policing has described the missing statue as “a giraffe, [...]

Ram raid at Gungahlin

By 31 March 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is investigating a second aggravated burglary in which a stolen vehicle has been used to force entry inside a shopping centre, and also used to force entry to an arcade jewellery store.
Around 5.10am today (Tuesday, March 31), ACT Policing responded to an incident in which a silver Subaru Impreza wagon has been driven into the [...]

Should I move to Canberra?

By 30 March 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Ask Riot

I own my own villa in Oxley Park suburb of Sydney and currently living there with a 7-year-old and my wife who stays at home. We are on PR right now and I will be getting my citizenship likely in December this year. I am an experienced Oracle DBA and currently employed and work from [...]

Gungahlin traffic woes

By 24 March 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Ask RiotACT

Is anyone else finding the daily commute out of Gungahlin difficult?
My concerns are, as the population of the district increases the amount of traffic on the roads will only increase. Horse Park Dr, parts of Flemington Rd are single lane – not sufficient for the morning volumes of traffic.  Compared to Tuggeranong and Belconnen, Gungahlin [...]

Cheap eats – Saigon Fresh (Gungahlin)

By 18 March 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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You know when you stumble across something, and you think about how awesome you are for finding something so great? That’s how I feel about Saigon Fresh in Gungahlin.
It’s a tiny little hole in the wall, tucked away in the Coles building in Gungahlin. The actual store is just next door to Best and Less. [...]

Carpet Cleaning in Gungahlin area?

By 6 January 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Ask RiotACT

Hi.. I need to get my house carpet steam or dry clean soon. It’s a two storey townhouse (3 bedrooms, 1 small study, 1 Family/Dining room, 1 Living room and stairs. No furniture needed to be moved.
Can anyone recommend me a reliable and reasonable carpet cleaners? I rang 2 places and they quoted me close to [...]

Horse Park Drive now complete

By 15 July 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

The opening today of the section of Horse Park Drive from Katherine Ave in Amaroo to Burrumurra Ave in Casey is the final major piece in the road network in Gungahlin, connecting to the Barton Highway and Federal Highway.
This section of road is an important part of the road network in North Canberra and will [...]

New suburb of Moncrieff underway

By 7 May 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Work on the new Gungahlin suburb of Moncrieff is set to begin later this year, according to an article in the Canberra Times.
Located in North Gungahlin, bordered by Ngunnawal and Amaroo, Moncrieff will accommodate about 5000 residents.
The suburb will also contain a shopping area or group centre to service the area. Over half of the [...]

Police now on the trail of the golfing vandals of Gungahlin

By 21 January 2014

ACT Policing is investigating reports of vehicles and residences being damaged across several Gungahlin suburbs Sunday (19 January) night.
At least ten Harrison, Bonner, Palmerston, Forde and Amaroo residents were targeted, in what are believed to be related incidents. Windows and lights of parked vehicles were targeted. In the majority of cases golf balls were located [...]

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