Julieanne Strachan

Julieanne Strachan

Car park developers eye potential profits as public servants forced to pay

Julieanne Strachan Car Park developers are expected to look at Canberra's Parliamentary Triangle with fresh eyes after July 1.

What's your time worth? Clock show at Weston's Irish Club will tell you

Julieanne Strachan Family heirlooms were dusted off and taken to Weston's Irish Club on Saturday for an Antiques Roadshow-style appraisal of clocks and watches.

A cheapskate's guide to ACT parking

A cheapskate's guide to parking.

Julieanne Strachan, Matthew Raggatt If you really don't want to part with $11 a day to park in the parliamentary triangle, here's how to get a better deal.

Parking spot trade to heat up as $11 daily fee looms

Carpark

Julieanne Strachan THE lucrative trade of buying individual car parking spaces in tightly held city centres, long practised by Melbourne and Sydney real estate investors, is tipped to become a burgeoning market in...

Market warming up

auction Watch By Julieanne Strachan A SUNNY first day of spring greeted buyers at auctions around the capital yesterday.

Labor trumps rivals with arts pledge

070720 - The Chronicle - Pic Elesa Lee - Gorman House Arts Centre SPECIAL 1

Julieanne Strachan A generous arts funding program unveiled by ACT Labor yesterday easily trumped the offerings from the Liberals and the Greens, on a day when all parties showed off their pre-election pledges for...

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.

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.

Chorus of citizens to celebrate capital

Canberra singers Glenda Cloughey of Griffith and Johanna McBride of Farrer will be singing in the National Library in one of the 365 musical concerts organised in public places to celebrate the centenary year.

Julieanne Strachan In ancient Greece they were essential: they whispered secrets to audiences, lent advice to heroes and passed judgment on royalty.

Nurse tops the hard yards test

Public servant Daniel Gleeson at the Attorney General's offices in Barton.

Julieanne Strachan THE RACE was on in Canberra this week to find out which profession clocked up the most hard yards during an average day.

IT skills drought ahead

Julieanne Strachan TECHNOLOGY experts are sounding the alarm over huge falls in the number of students taking computer courses at university level, warning that the skills shortage will likely worsen in coming years.

End of financial year boosts market

Julieanne Strachan IT WAS an exciting day of auctions in Grose Street, Deakin, yesterday, with three properties selling under the hammer in quick succession.

Creme de la creme cinema at Canberra's French film festival

Julieanne Strachan LOVE, hate and everything in between will grace Canberra screens next month, when the Alliance Francaise presents its annual French Film Festival.

Popular cafes fail hygiene standards

Julieanne Strachan Landmark Canberra eatery Gus' Cafe in Civic and the My Cafe establishment at Manuka were both forced to close yesterday on the orders of the Health Protection Service.

Weekend's forced closures deal ACT cafes a double blow

Julieanne Strachan CANBERRA eateries that were forced to close on the eve of the long weekend have been dealt a double penalty, the head of a leading business industry group has said.

Good buy on quiet day

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