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Heartbreaks and homecomings fly to Canberra in Rosieville

Dealing with heartbreak, break-free birds and life continuing, Canberra Youth Theatre (CYT) presents Rosieville at Canberra Theatre Centre from 29 September to 8 October.

ACT teens want to vote, but Greens bill fails

ACT Labor and the Canberra Liberals voted down a long-standing ACT Greens motion to lower the voting age from 16 to 18.

Teens to face court over Gungahlin burglaries

Two teens will face the ACT Children's Court today, Tuesday 3 January in relation to a series of commercial burglaries in the Gungahlin region.

Teens arrested over Gungahlin offences involving knife

ACT Policing is seeking information about three incidents in the Gungahlin district overnight, 19-20 August, involving numerous teenagers aged 13-16.

Almost 1 in 20 ACT teens experienced homelessness during pandemic

Nearly one in every 20 young people aged between 15 and 19 living in the ACT experienced homelessness for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, according to a new study conducted by Mission Australia.

Canberra teen Sophie Cann overcomes adversity to be a Future Leader

Canberra teen Sophie Cann will be travelling to the Cook Islands for the Future Leaders Academy set to kickstart her future career, and needs Canberra's help fundraising for her trip.

Teenager charged after 17-year-old boy stabbed to death at Sydney Easter Show

A teenage boy has been charged and another remains at large after another boy was stabbed to death during a brawl at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

Two teenagers done for high-range speeding offences

Two teenagers have received significant fines and licence suspensions after they were detected speeding well in excess of the speed limit on the weekend.

Police arrest teenager for burglary and theft

ACT Policing arrested a teenager yesterday evening, Wednesday 19 January, in connection with a burglary in the Canberra Centre that morning.

Teenager who caused Byron Bay lockdown fined $35K

Kristian Radovanovic, who sparked a one-week lockdown after travelling to Byron Bay with his COVID-19 infected father, has been fined $35,000.

Witnesses sought after teenagers assault disabled man in City

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an assault of a 35-year-old disabled man in the City on Tuesday, 7 December.