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Featured Articles

The elements reign supreme at CSO Classic Afternoon

The elements of earth, wind, air and fire will be explored through four pieces in the upcoming CSO Classic Afternoon.

Are our suburbs making us sick? An award-winning urban planner thinks so

The way our contemporary suburbs have been designed is literally making us ill, according to Mike Day, a co-founder and partner at urban planning...

Canberrans recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Raiders head coach Ricky Stuart and outgoing ACT Cultural Facilities Corporation CEO Harriet Elvin are among the host of renowned and lesser-known Canberrans acknowledged in the Queen’s Birthday 2021 Honours List.

The Handmade Market is coming back to Canberra

The market will be held on Friday 25 to Sunday 27 June and will host its usual 270 stalls full of locally and Australian-made goodies.

Update: Rex route between CBR and MEL delayed further

Rex will delay the commencement of its Canberra-Melbourne route, offering one-way fares from $69, from Thursday 10 to Friday 18 June due to the extended lockdown in the Victorian capital.

Does the Liberals’ attack on the government hold water?

Canberra Liberals have accused the government of mismanaging hospitals, schools, housing, prisons, police, and electricity.

Labor has lost its way and its heart, says Liberals’ Elizabeth Lee

Labor is not governing for the best interests of Canberrans, claims Canberra Liberals leader Elizabeth Lee.

Nine things to do in Canberra over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend

Try out our nine top picks of things to do in Canberra over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend, featuring markets, music, theatre, and more.

The COVID-19 lab leak theory highlights a glaring lack of global biosecurity regulation

The debate over whether COVID-19 could be the result of an accidental lab leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology may never be resolved.

Canberra Street Cat Alliance call for cat containment exemption

Local charity Canberra Street Cat Alliance are concerned the city-wide cat containment requirements outlined will affect their work.

Coffee and community connection inspire Evatt Primary’s new café

Inspired by coffee and community connection, a new café and multi-purpose hub has opened in an unusual location – Evatt Primary School. The Nest officially...

Braddon and Civic street art festival coming November

A new street art festival to be held in Canberra in November will see blank surfaces throughout the city transformed into works of art.

What does the typical Australian earn?

ANU visiting fellow Peter Martin writes about the latest Australian Tax Office figures that tell us what all 14.3 million taxpayers earn.

Snow falls in the ACT mountains, more could be on the way

Snow has fallen today in the mountain regions of the ACT, while the Bureau of Meteorology says more could be on its way tomorrow falling as low as 600m.

ACTAS paramedics thanked for their hard work

Twenty-two-year-old Ashleigh Edwards has had a rough three years. Following a severe tonic-clonic seizure at the Garran shops in 2019 that resulted in an ambulance...

How an app to decrypt criminal messages was born ‘over a few beers’ with the FBI

Australian and US law enforcement officials on Tuesday announced they’d sprung a trap three years in the making, catching major international crime figures using an encrypted app.

Over 560 businesses registered ahead of ChooseCBR launch

$2 million of vouchers valid in over 560 Canberra businesses are available today as part of the ACT Government’s retooled ChooseCBR scheme.

Update: Snow could fall as low as 500m, East Coast Low expected to develop

Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) meteorologist Melody Sturm said from tomorrow onwards, a cold front crossing through much of NSW would bring rainfall, winds, and the chance of snow.
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