The ACT parliament's youngest member said the decision was a long time in the making and came after his progressive politics caused ructions within the right faction.
Kirsten Lawson and Katie Burgess have the details here.
The Human Services department has pulled staff off its troubled new child support payment IT costing at least $102 million and years in the making, as it tries to salvage the bungled upgrade.
Agency bosses have told most officials administering payments for 1.2 million children to avoid using its new technology, called Pluto, which quickly hit problems after its launch last year and has been blamed for a blow-out in call wait times.
Read the story by Doug Dingwall here.
This incredible story appeared in Sunday's paper. You might remember the 2015 story of Kathleen Bautista who, after disappearing with barely a trace, was spotted in remote bushland west of Canberra seven days later. Emergency services thought they'd found a body - until she raised her hand.
Almost three years on, Kat shared her story of survival for the first time, speaking with Kimberley Le Lievre about the ordeal.
Adoreable, right? Yass sheep farmer Rachel Allen ordered 10 hand-knitted jumpers for newborns, kitting them out last week.
As cute as they look, the move was one borne of desperation: as the drought wears on, newborn lambs have been rejected by their mothers because of the low feed available.
Canberra craft shop Crafty Frog is sending lamb jumpers to farmers around NSW and surrounding regions of the ACT to help protect lambs.
Read Andrea Martinello's story here.
A terrible start has ended the Canberra Raiders' season, giving Wests Tigers a 16-point lead and it proved too hard to run down.
Wests put a week of turmoil behind them and ended a four-game losing streak to the Green Machine with a 22-20 victory at Canberra Stadium on Sunday.
David Polkinghorne recaps the sad state of affairs here.