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Udderly iconic: new CMAG exhibition celebrates 50 years of Canberra Milk

To celebrate their golden birthday, CMAG has opened a new exhibition celebrating 50 years of Canberra Milk, a beloved local business.

Canberra teen to walk 1,000 miles for a good cause

Walking 1,000 miles in 1,000 hours sounds like a heroic task, but for 18-year-old Joseph Gardiner, it’ll be a walk around the block.

Vital Signs: Christine Holgate’s ‘principal’ error was applying corporate logic to Australia Post

Christine Holgate’s demise as Australia Post’s chief executive shows public-sector norms and private-sector competition don’t mix well.

BentSpoke head brewer on the craft beer boom

Canberra brewery BentSpoke is hard pressed to keep up with demand, having grown over 30% in the past three years, winning awards in national and international arenas and exploding in the wholesale market.

‘I regularly see cars driven badly’: An open letter in support of e-scooters

Mark Fletcher would rather see a few dozen e-scooters parked badly around the ACT than hundreds of cars clogging up roads.

Can our health system handle the rollout?

The corona crisis has brought out the best in our nation’s leaders, both political and bureaucratic. But it has also exposed their weaknesses.

Upgraded potties for Canberra Potters Society: Local arts centres share $700k in revamps

Watson Arts Centre is one of 10 local arts centres and facilities in Canberra which have received more than $700,000 worth of upgrades from the ACT Government’s Fast Track program

Assistive Technology Australia comes to Canberra for a week of activities

Assistive Technology Australia (ATA) will be hosting a series of events and activities in Canberra next week to help locals with disability, seniors and...

Award-winning project blends old and new

In the leafy suburb of Ainslie, a three-bedroom family home blends architectural history, bringing contemporary elements to the heritage charm of one of Canberra’s...

Three aggravated car thefts in Belconnen prompt call for witnesses

A spate of aggravated vehicle thefts in Belconnen over the past three weeks has prompted ACT Policing to put the call out for witnesses who may be able to assist with investigations.

Hybrid CEO sleepout brings homelessness back into view

CEOs will be braving Canberra’s cold with a spectacular view as the Vinnies CEO Sleepout is set to bring homelessness in the Capital Region...

Canberra rental prices hit record high

New data released by Domain today reveals rent in the ACT is at an all-time high, with median rent for houses 3.4% higher than this time last year.
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