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Dinosaur museum ready to come back to life

The National Dinosaur Museum will be open for business from this Saturday, after a two-month closure due to COVID-19.  

Hospitality outlets forced to adapt to extensive restrictions

Hospitality owners are having to think and adapt quickly to COVID-19 restrictions that limit cafes, bars and restaurants to serving takeaway only.

Lift in demand for drone deliveries

With Canberrans encouraged to stay home, demand for drone deliveries has surged with Wing seeing a dramatic increase in the number of...

Petrol retailers urged to pass on savings as oil prices fall

As oil prices fall, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is urging petrol retailers to pass on the full benefit to...

Handmade Market goes virtual

Instead of the usual Handmade Market at EPIC, organisers are taking Canberra’s popular design and food market online this weekend, from Saturday 21 March...

Onsite to online auctions: ACT real estate industry adapts

New COVID-19 rules, announced by the Prime Minister on Tuesday night (24 March), now prohibit public open homes and onsite or in-room auctions.

Childcare sector warns of premature snap back

With 28 June earmarked as the potential end date for the Federal Government’s Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Relief Package, services and parents are still in the dark about what comes next.

Pub sessions sell out with punters thirsting to return

It’s no secret punters Australia-wide have been missing the pub and all that comes with popping down to your local on a...

ACT gyms reopening suits some better than others

While ACT gyms will be allowed to reopen from Saturday 30 May, the restrictions in place won’t be practical for some local operators.

Beauty salons back with a boom

The beauty industry in the ACT is preparing to reopen for business from this Saturday, 30 May,

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