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Featured Articles

Seven cosy Canberra bars with a fireplace

Here are a few cosy Canberra establishments around town where you can keep warm – fireplaces guaranteed.

Take 5: Daniel Sloss

Renowned Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss has travelled to Australia from the land of the brave to tour with his 11th comedy show, Hubris.

Canberra’s best Instagrammable outdoor locations

The saying “take a photo or it didn’t happen” is the mantra of the Instagram era, so knowing the perfect spots for the ‘gram...

41-gun salute to mark death of Prince Philip, aged 99

A 41-gun salute in Canberra today will mark the passing of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, aged 99 at Windsor Castle.

Multicultural Canberra: a place to call home for Indian immigrants

With a bustling Indian community within the ACT, the Gandu family, who immigrated to Australia from South-East India, now call Canberra home.

‘We’ve got to listen’: Liberal MLA James Milligan returns to the Assembly

Recently returned Canberra Liberals MLA James Milligan believes listening is key to his party winning the 2024 election.

Beautiful Canberra bushwalks

Autumn might be the best season to explore the Bush Capital, with balmy weather and a landscape slowly changing with the season. If you're...

Things to do in Canberra this weekend, 9-11 April

With another Canberra autumn weekend nearly upon us, there’s a rich array of things to do across town from Friday 9 April, to Sunday 11 April.

4,000 trips per day: e-scooter data released

Canberra’s ubiquitous e-scooters are making more than 4,000 trips per day on average, according to trip data released by the ACT Government today.

Public housing shortage an ‘absolute disgrace’, Canberra Liberals say

The Canberra Liberals say it is “an absolute disgrace” that thousands of people were waiting years for housing, while more than 400 properties were empty.

UC supports 12 student-athletes through $10,000 scholarships

Twelve University of Canberra (UC) students were yesterday awarded $10,000 scholarships to help balance their time between sport and study.

Does Canberra have a mouse problem?

A plague of mice in parts of NSW and Queensland has Canberrans nervously watching for a flow-on effect in the number of critters around the house.

Gungahlin’s first Youth Centre offers young people safe space

Gungahlin’s first Youth Centre has officially opened to the public, providing an inclusive, welcoming, and safe space for young people at the Gungahlin Marketplace. Northside...

Young women more reluctant to have COVID-19 vaccination

ung women aged 18–24 years have shown to be the most reluctant demographic in Australia to get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a new study released today by the Australian National University.

Canberra Liberals reshuffle forms new Opposition cabinet

The Canberra Liberals announced a cabinet reshuffle after Alistair Coe’s resignation and James Milligan’s return to the Legislative Assembly.

Adrenaline rush: Motorsport rally this weekend

The CW got an exciting preview of Canberra’s biggest motorsport event, the Netier National Capital Rally, which will be held this weekend.

Updated: ACT cinemas, theatres can have full capacity from next week

ACT cinemas and indoor performance venues will be able to return to 100% capacity from Wednesday 14 April.

Mamma Mia! How a local production came to go again

Free-Rain’s upcoming production of Mamma Mia! the Musical takes the stage of The Q from 13 April, and was over 18 months in the making.

ACT Government calls for Royal Commission into veteran suicides

The ACT Government is calling for a Royal Commission into suicide rates among current and former ADF personnel.

Political capital: Canberra Liberals clawing out of the grave

It’s six months since the October 2020 ACT election and the humiliating defeat handed to the Canberra Liberals. The electorate delivered them their sixth successive election loss, rubbing salt into the wound by throwing in a 3% swing against them after nearly 20 years in opposition.
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