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International Women’s Day events guide

International Women’s Day (IWD) is held annually on 8 March – an opportunity to celebrate women’s achievements and contributions, locally and globally....

Famous firies’ fridge on display

A beautiful symbol of humanity and community spirit in the thick of the summer’s bushfire crisis went on display at the National...

National Multicultural Festival well attended

A celebration of cultural diversity that attracts hundreds of thousands to the centre of Canberra for music, dance and food, this year’s National Multicultural...

Cook breaking the mould

Writing and starring in your own work is a creative opportunity most actors only dream of. Local actor/writer Peter...

‘Something for everyone’ at the Show

The ActewAGL Royal Canberra Show is back for 2020, with the promise of the usual favourites and a few new exciting additions to the...

Local cinema relic dusted off

Later this month, a little known, curious piece of Canberra’s cinematic history will be screened for the first time in decades.

Glebe Park added to festival footprint

Glebe Park is set to feature as a new location within the footprint of this year’s National Multicultural Festival (NMF) in a...

HMS Pinafore to dock at The Q

Widely regarded as one of the precursors of modern musical theatre, an acclaimed production HMS Pinafore is coming to Queanbeyan’s The Q in February.

MoAD exhibition fights for a bright democratic future

Having a free press and a healthy democracy come hand in hand. The two ideals are heavily intertwined and co-dependent.

Take 5: Damien Leith

Damien Leith blew Australia away with his hauntingly beautiful rendition of Roy Orbison’s Crying on his way to winning the 2006 season...

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