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Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Sally Pryor Filmmaker Glen Ryan used to be baffled when people raved about the beauty of the Brindabellas.
Sally Pryor When Nancy Sever decided to retire last year, she planned to take a well-earned break, travel and spend time with her new grandchild.
Sally Pryor Was Elioth Gruner a fun-loving bon vivant, or a grumpy neighbourhood eccentric? Perhaps he was both, as the curator of the major survey of his work at Canberra Museum and Gallery is slowly...
Sally Pryor When you’re onto a good thing, it’s best to walk out on a high point, preferably with a big neon sign lighting up the Kingston foreshore.
Sally Pryor Imagine you're new to Canberra, and you visit Gorman House for the first time.
Sally Pryor It is a shadow that still looms 100 years later, as Australia gears up to mark the Anzac centenary next year.
Sally Pryor As Canberra settles into another spectacular autumn, it's hard to imagine that the city was once a dusty and inhospitable plain.
Sally Pryor Diner en Blanc, the global gastronomic phenomenon, will return to Canberra next year.
Sally Pryor As they come down from their centenary party, Canberrans are still assessing its show-stopper, writes Sally Pryor.
Sally Pryor There's a lot of architecture to be crammed into 100 years.
Sally Pryor Seven years is a long time in a young city such as Canberra, and Ann Jakle thinks it is long enough at the helm of one arts organisation.
Sally Pryor There are many ways to express what is sacred when you're an artist.
Sally Pryor A long-running dispute about one of Canberra's oldest buildings is over - and just in time for Christmas.
Sally Pryor A long-running dispute about one of Canberra oldest buildings is over – and just in time for Christmas.
Sally Pryor It's only 8am, but Jon Stanhope has been up for hours. Something about the light, he says, and force of habit.
Sally Pryor Centenary Reporter When Canberra was named as Australia's capital 100 years ago, the area's Aborigines, who had been here for thousands of years, were notably absent.
Sally Pryor Will seeing tanks and guns and planes up close – even really old ones – ever grow tiresome?
Sally Pryor Long after all the fuss has died down since a new Pope was elected last month, one Canberran has remained quietly elated at the Vatican's choice.
Sally Pryor Arts Editor In a city where change seems as swift and inevitable as the seasons, there seem to be few things from the past that Canberrans can cling to for comfort.
Sally Pryor It can be a lonely life when you spend much of the year travelling the world and meeting with world leaders.