ACT Fire & Rescue is attending a structure fire in Mawson.
Crews were alerted to the incident on Mawson Drive by multiple Emergency Triple Zero (000) calls at 7:00pm and responded with six fire pumpers and a commander vehicle.
Firefighters found the building well-alight and are currently working to extinguish the blaze.
The ACT Ambulance Service and AFP are also in attendance, though the building is believed to be unoccupied.
Update to follow.
ACT Fire & Rescue has extinguished a small electrical fire in Bruce.
Crews were alerted to the incident on University Drive by an automatic fire alarm at 10:35am and arrived a short time later with two fire pumpers, breathing apparatus support and a hazmat team.
A small electrical fire caused by a malfunction in a battery backup room was quickly extinguished and the damaged battery has been removed.
The occupants were initially evacuated as a precaution while firefighters conducted atmospheric monitoring and ventilated the building, but they are expected to be allowed to return shortly.
ACT Fire & Rescue has almost extinguished a structure fire in Dickson.
Crews were alerted to the incident on Hawdon Place at 6:47pm and arrived a short time later with three pumpers, breathing apparatus support and a commander.
Firefighters were able to quickly contain the blaze and are now searching for any hotspots or flare-ups and will soon begin mopping-up operations.
No persons were believed to be in the building and no injuries have been reported.
The source of the smell has been confirmed as chlorine granules.
Air monitoring was conducted before people evacuated from nearby buildings were permitted back inside.
ACT Fire & Rescue has left the scene.
A handful of buildings have been evacuated in Fyshwick as a safety precaution only following reports of a strong smell in the air.
ACT Fire & Rescue was called to the building in Wollongong Street at 1:24pm.
Firefighters arrived to find the odour emanating from a building being used for storage.
Specialists from the ACT Fire & Rescue HAZMAT crew are currently working to identify the source of the smell.
Firefighters have been told it may be the result of a small chlorine spill in recent days.