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Canberrans invited to mark nuclear weapons ban

A celebratory event will be held tomorrow, Saturday 23 January, in Canberra’s Nara Peace Park to mark the Nuclear Ban Treaty entering into force, making nuclear weapons illegal under international law. The Treaty...

Have you heard? Hearing Loss Support Sessions

Better Hearing Australia - Canberra, a not-for-profit volunteer community organisation, offers hearing loss support sessions to help people.

Christina DeLay: My favourite things

Christina DeLay was named the 2020 ACT Young Business Woman of the Year at Canberra Women in Business awards night in November.

Hike for hunger fights food waste one step at a time

Queanbeyan man Joash Taufa’ahau, is over 500km into a huge adventure hiking the length of the NSW coast to fundraise for Oz Harvest.

Canberra Hospital nurses raise over $15,000 for World’s Greatest Shave

Four nurses from Canberra Hospital have raised over $15,000 after shaving their hair for blood cancer.Claire Doherty, Gabrielle Nugan, Genevieve Gerrett and Lucy Clark all participated in the World’s Greatest Shave for the Leukaemia Foundation on 6 January.

Have you heard? Recycling Discovery Hub

Recycling Discovery Hub public session: pondering plastic Have you ever wondered what happens to recycling and waste in the ACT? Find out at the Recycling Discovery Hub’s next open session at 1 Recycling Road, Hume...

Calling Canberra dogs: feature in a fundraising book project

A new fundraising book project will get tails wagging as a local photographer calls on Canberra's dogs to put their best paw forward.

Happy Fit Footwear first birthday cocktail party

Social photos at the Happy Fit Footwear first birthday cocktail party, Greenway. Photos Terry Cunningham @imagesinstantly

2020: Canberrans describe their year of challenges and learnings

2020 has been described in many ways, not all can be safely printed. So, CW journalist Cassandra Power asked Canberrans to tell us about their year. While this year has affected everyone differently...

ACT Young Lawyers’ Networking Drinks

Canberra Weekly's social photos at the ACT Young Lawyers' Networking Drinks, Badger & Co, Kambri precinct, ANU. Photos Denholm Samaras.

Canberra Weekly’s team Christmas party

Social photos from the Canberra Weekly’s team Christmas party, Red Baron, Symonston.

Have you heard? Cupid’s Undie Run

Cupid’s Undie Run has been a major fundraiser for the Children’s Tumour Foundation in Australia for almost 10 years.

Canberrans describe their 2020: the good, the bad and the brutal

CW journalist Cassandra Power asked Canberrans to describe their 2020; their plans and how they adapted to change, what skills they may have picked up or personal challenges they have overcome.

One man’s six-week labour of love to bring light to his community

Setting up the annual Christmas light display isn’t a casual weekend of work for Fisher resident Andy Staines – it’s up to six weeks of late nights and long weekends.

Angels for Peru photographic exhibition launch

Angels for Peru photographic exhibition launch, Residence of Peru, Forrest. Photos Kerrie Brewer. For more socials: Canberra Business Chamber 2020 Farewell Cocktail PartyLifeline Canberra Christmas Appeal launchInvest Retire Christmas Cocktails

Have you heard? OzHarvest Christmas Appeal

Woolworths across the ACT is encouraging customers to give back to people in need through its OzHarvest Christmas Appeal.

Men’s Sheds help with ‘second wave’ of bushfire recovery

Weston Creek Men’s Shed is coordinating with the Quaama Men’s Shed to send a second shipping container of donated tools and craft supplies to fire-affected residents in the NSW Bega Valley.

$99 adult cat adoptions at RSPCA ACT

Four-year-old cat Wallace has been at the RSPCA for more than 100 days and is hoping to find his purrfect, forever home before Christmas. RSPCA ACT is making adult cats, Wallace included,...

Alice to Tokyo: Indigenous Marathon Project takes you places

Canberra-based Arrernte runner Korey Summers went across the country and around the world with the Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) in 2012. He said the physical and mental challenge helped to develop his sense...

Your guide to Canberra’s best Christmas lights 2020

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Canberra, particularly in those suburbs where residents have gone above and beyond – up some very steep ladders – to craft brilliant Christmas light displays!

Penny-farthing Santa to cruise Lake Burley Griffin

Tomorrow morning, Santa will cruise around Lake Burley Griffin on a penny-farthing bicycle with a handful of helpers in tow.