A marathon in Bangalore, India, last weekend turned into a fiasco as motorists ignored race cordons and runners became lost.
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Third party election campaigns remain uncurtailed, with industry and interest groups preparing to fight their corners.
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Canberrans have welcomed their new nurse-led walk-in centres with 9300 people visiting in the first centres since they opened in June. Mark Sawa reports.
New minister gives Barnados cause for concern about the government's commitment to adoption.
More people with disabilities left the public service than were hired in the past year. Some concerned disability advocates want hiring reforms. Ben Westcott reports.
Home schooling has increased 50 per cent.
The Australian flag which graced the sky of the nation's capital on Sorry Day in 2008 is creating a challenge. Kimberley Granger reports
Alzheimer's can strike anywhere, any time and, when a Canberra woman's gifted and intelligent 56-year-old mother started to get lost around town, something was not right. Mark Sawa explains.