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Australian Capital News

1981-1984

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1984-1987

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1987-1988

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Capital 7 Eyewitness News

1988

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Ten News Canberra

1988-1991

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Even after the branding passed in metropolitan areas in 1989, CTC (or 10 Capital) contained to use this branding.

After aggregation with Southern NSW in 1989, the Canberra bulletin was shown in these areas for a while before switching to the Sydney bulletin.

Capital Eyewitness News

1991-1994

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CTC used a variant of Ten Evening News's branding, used in 1990, for their local news.

Ten Capital Eyewitness News

1994-1995

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When Southern Cross Broadcasting took over CTC, they would rename it Ten Capital and put Ten branding all over the place. The bulletin was rebranded with the Ten name, but had the metropolitan branding between 1991 and 1994 usually. However, a modified variant of the logo would appear on promos for the bulletin.

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Ten Capital News

1995-2001

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In 1995 the bulletin was renamed "Ten Capital News". The bulletin was axed throughout 2001.

Nine News Canberra

2017-2020

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The bulletin was relaunched on 6 February 2017 with Nine News taking its place.

2020-present

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