According to new research commissioned by Airbnb, over a third of Australians are planning a summer road trip while close to a quarter aren’t planning on leaving home at all.
Giving a second chance of happiness, spending less money and bragging rights are some of the benefits RSPCA ACT are reminding Canberrans of when it comes to adopting, not shopping, a pet.
Some of Canberra’s frontline services have banded together to remind local residents of their obligations in the fight against COVID-19 this summer.
While the summer season in the ACT might usually be the city’s liveliest time, a growing list of events continues to be altered or cancelled due COVID-19.
Canberra’s Michael Foster may be a 17-year-old man living with cerebral palsy, but that doesn’t stop him from tackling the world head-on.
A recent Productivity Commission report into the mental health system has found close to half of Australian adults have met the diagnostic criteria for mental illness at some point in their lives.
The Canberra Business Chamber has seen its membership grow by about 20% since January, in a year that has proved tough for many local businesses.
A 98% participant satisfaction rate has been recorded in the ACT’s Restorative Justice Scheme, since the decision was made to include sexual and family violence offences two years ago.
Two prescribed burns are under way in Jerrabomberra Wetlands and Tidbinbilla today, aiming to reduce the fire hazard in the lead up to summer.