Julieanne Strachan

Julieanne Strachan

Julieanne Strachan is a reporter for The Sunday Canberra Times.

Victims urged to report sexual assault as Belconnen tops list

Julieanne Strachan ACT POLICING has urged victims of sexual offences to continue coming forward with reports about attacks so the perpetrators can be identified.

Canberra floral tributes and memorial services for plane victims

A flower tribute at the entrance to the Netherlands embassy in Canberra.

Julieanne Strachan Teddy bears for lost children were left outside the front gate of the Netherlands Embassy in Canberra on Saturday as a silent tribute to victims of the MH17 air disaster.

Australia becoming a ''4th world country'' on marine protection, conservationists warn

marine

Julieanne Strachan Australia's standards for protecting marine life have tumbled so far they can now be described as "fourth world", conservationists have warned.

Calls for royal commission on experimental medical drug

There are calls for a royal commision into the distribution of Pantopaque in Australian hospitals.

Julieanne Strachan Calls are escalating for a royal commission on the distribution of an experimental drug among Australian hospitals during the 1970s that has been linked to crippling disease.

Calls for judicial inquiry after drug's chequered past revealed

Joern Hagemann who suffers from adhesive arachnoiditis a result of an injection of dye into his back in 1978 at the Canberra Hospital.

Julieanne Strachan A drug that caused crippling disabilities and was linked to at least a handful of deaths in 1978 was not approved to be used.

Kaleen's UC High School adds farming and circus acts to its curriculum

Students with the goats at the UC High School Kaleen as part of their agriculture program.

Julieanne Strachan A small school in Kaleen has plans for everything from the flying trapeze to creating a farm so large it will encircle the school.

Nadeem Siddiqui appointed Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health service medical chief

Executive Director of Clinical Services at the Winnunga
Nimmityjah-Aboriginal Health Service in Narrabundah, Dr. Nadeem
Siddiqui.

Julieanne Strachan The aboriginal health service in Narrabundah has a new medical chief after a two-year international search.

Planting of mighty oak and pine to mark royal visit to Canberra

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and her husband Britain's Prince William.

Julieanne Strachan and Fleta Page English oak trees have a long history with the royal family that is set to continue with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Gun found at Florey home

Police

Julieanne Strachan A Canberra man who was on parole has been sent back into custody this morning, for allegedly possessing a rifle and two boxes of ammunition at his Florey home.

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Youths go in for the skill

Julieanne Strachan ADRIAN Sandrey couch surfed his way through a significant chunk of his youth as a youngster growing up in Britain.

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$100 a week to feed these hungry mouths

The Bryant Family of Amaroo have taken our $80 per week feed your family challenge . Dinah with her children, L-r Kayla , 4, Dylan 20months and Brady, 5.

Julieanne Strachan FEEDING a family of four for just $80 a week may seem like an urban myth, a long shot or just plain fantasy, but the gauntlet has been laid down by the founder of the Cheapskates Club, Cath...

Collectors beating a path to your door

Iain Macleod had open heart surgery, and has been helped by the Heart Foundation. On Sunday he is door knocking to raise money for the foundation.

Julieanne Strachan OVER 3000 volunteers will be knocking on doors around Canberra today to raise money for the Heart Foundation, Florey resident Iain Macleod, who had open heart surgery in 2003, will be among them.

Keeping it brief and to the cinematic point

Local film makers and Canberra Short Film Festival finalists, (back) Megan Watson, Kris Kerehona, (front) Marisa Martin and Dallas Bland.

Julieanne Strachan A story about a homicidal teddy bear with extreme jealousy issues will be among the creative offerings to lead the Canberra Short Film Festival when it opens tomorrow.

Bollywood ball

Julieanne Strachan - Capital Life

Julieanne Strachan The Canberra School of Bollywood Dancing is hosting its 2012 Bollywood Ball tonight. All of the profits will be given to a children's charity.

Touch of theatre at awards as Stacey takes top prize

The Street Theatre's artistic director Caroline Stacey.

Julieanne Strachan The charismatic flame-haired director of The Street Theatre Caroline Stacey has been awarded the highest honour in this year's ACT Arts Awards, being named 2012 artist of the year.

What's happening in the arts in Canberra

Julieanne Strachan The National Museum Australia has unveiled an exhibition of new Aboriginal art from the Western Desert.

Carillon chimes in with free concert for the family

The National Carillon.

Julieanne Strachan The gentle sounds of bells from the Carillon will help ring in the new year on January 1.

Victims: alcohol fuels attacks

Julieanne Strachan When Tony (not his real name) was set upon by a group of men and king hit from the side at a Civic nightspot in January, he had no idea that his attacker held something in their hands.

Good buy on quiet day

auction Watch By Julieanne Strachan THIS three-bedroom home in Carnegie Crescent, Narrabundah attracted spirited bidding at auction yesterday.

Water ruins fuel tank

Julieanne Strachan WATER from floods has contaminated an underground diesel fuel storage tank at a Canberra service station, causing headaches for motorists who filled up their vehicles with dodgy fuel.