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Latest Articles

How to preserve lemons

CW garden writer Tracey Bool shares her recipes for preserved lemons – a delicious and long-lasting way to use surplus homegrown lemons.

How to train like a ‘Ninja Warrior’

Everyone wants to be a ‘Ninja Warrior’, or, for our school programs, a ‘Battle Ninja’ kid.

Faux fur: Fake it ‘til you make it

Dress up your winter wardrobe with some faux fur for a touch of old Hollywood glamour, and an ensemble that’s both stylish and cosy.

Street style: all rugged up

We still have a few months of chilly weather ahead of us in Canberra, so take note of these celeb-endorsed coat trends to carry you through to Spring!

Mirage (M): Now streaming

Luke McWilliams gives his review of the mystery-drama film, Mirage, which is now streaming on Netflix.

ACT has one more confirmed COVID-19 case

One new case of COVID-19 has been recorded in the ACT in the past 24 hours, bringing the ACT’s total to 113. The individual is a female aged in her 20s.

Raiders round 9 preview: Saturday Storm

The Raiders will aim for their fourth straight victory over the Melbourne Storm when they face off at GIO Stadium Canberra tomorrow night, Saturday 11 July.

Book talk: Australian wilderness novels

Jeff Popple reviews three novels set in the Australian wilderness.

Man charged with murder following Kingston Hotel death

A 35-year-old Griffith man is expected to face court today over the death of Warren Hordpenko, 44, at the Kingston Hotel on Sunday night, 5 July.

Reviving green desk-mates

As offices re-open, many employees have returned to their desks to discover that their once well-tended workplace plants may not have stood up too well to the stresses of isolation.

Take 5: Rebecca Prince-Ruiz, Plastic Free July

Rebecca Prince-Ruiz is the founder of Plastic Free July, a grassroots movement that started in 2011 and has since become a global...

Canberra’s pop-up drive-in movie season extended

The popular pop-up drive-in cinema at the Questacon carpark has extended its season for an additional week, to 29 July.

Canberra photographer awarded 2020 MACPP

Canberra photographer Judy Parker has won the 2020 Mullins Australian Conceptual Photography Prize (MACPP), for her work Dumpster Sketchbook: Waterside.

GIO Stadium back to 1500 fans this weekend

GIO Stadium Canberra will no longer host 6,000 Raiders fans at this weekend’s clash against the Melbourne Storm, after four COVID-19 cases were reported in the Territory over the past two days (8-9 July).

Women to benefit from ACT Government grants

The ACT Government is continuing its work towards the wellbeing and safety of women in the Territory, yesterday announcing 17 recipients of Women’s Participation and Safety Grants program.

Easing restrictions halts as ACT records one new COVID-19 case

One new case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in the ACT overnight; the person is a close contact of the three cases recorded yesterday.

Universities pause plans for returning international students

The University of Canberra (UC) and the Australian National University (ANU) have postponed their plans to bring a charter flight of international students to the ACT.

AFL round 6 preview: Goodbye Victoria

The 10 Victorian clubs previously based there have moved into the hubs in Queensland or NSW as they say goodbye to their homes for at least six weeks.

Unemployment drives household gender divide

Females who stopped working during COVID-19 are more likely to have taken on unpaid domestic duties and to have stopped looking for...

NRL round 9 preview: Top 8 clashes

Round 9 is headlined by three matchups between top 8 sides with the match of the round taking place in the nation’s capital.

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