Julieanne Strachan When the Queen opened the National Gallery of Australia 30 years ago, few people would have imagined that by now it would have a collection valued at $4.7 billion.
Julieanne Strachan HIGH tea is expected to reach new heights today, when Canberra resident Fiona Kirk unveils what she hopes will be the world’s tallest cake stand.
Julieanne Strachan AUSTRALIA'S stark beauty, ranging from the rough surfaces of coral shells to the vibrancy of the night sky, has been translated into glass art for a Canberra exhibition.
Julieanne Strachan Teenaged vampires are back, but this time they are neither brooding nor full of angst.
Julieanne Strachan HE MAY be about to take a tilt at politics, but that isn't stopping Angry Anderson from bringing Rose Tattoo to Canberra as the headline act for Summernats 2013.
Julieanne Strachan AS A 16-YEAR-OLD with a new baby to take care of, Claudia Lopez felt overwhelmed but she knew one thing for certain: she wanted to get a good education so she could provide for her daughter.
Julieanne Strachan WHEN Marg Green, of Monash, was taken from her birth mother when she was five weeks old, it fell to other young women at the girls' home to tell the new mother ''hurry your baby is going!''
Julieanne Strachan AUSTRALIANS are increasingly using their mobile phones to do their banking, with Community CPS Credit Union reporting nearly 20 per cent of transactions in June were via smartphone devices.
auction Watch By Julieanne Strachan THIS three-bedroom home in Carnegie Crescent, Narrabundah attracted spirited bidding at auction yesterday.
JULIEANNE STRACHAN IT LOOKS like the control room for a rocket launch in a Hollywood film – banks of computer monitors line up across the desks and massive screens line the wall showing beacons, maps, clocks and...
By JULIEANNE STRACHAN It looks like the control room for a rocket launch in a Hollywood film – banks of computer monitors line up across the desks and massive screens line the wall showing beacons, maps, clocks and...
Julieanne Strachan CANBERRA'S appetite for McMansions may have lessened but architects are complaining that it is now the banks - not the clients - who are pushing them for extra more bricks and mortar.
Julieanne Strachan FINANCIAL experts taking business days off to work in soup kitchens or school canteens may be nothing new for the Community CPS Australia credit union, but it is now trying to get people who don't...
Julieanne Strachan CARPENTERS' tools have become a hot target for thieves in the ACT this year, with police fielding reports of 76 of the items being taken from building sites in the past few months, and $35,000 worth...
Julieanne Strachan STRUGGLING Canberra families are sending their children to school without lunches because they can't afford to buy food, prompting charity group Anglicare to make a public plea for donations of...
Julieanne Strachan ANIMAL welfare advocates have welcomed changes in the definition of domestic violence to include harming the family pet, saying it would help protect vulnerable people and their animals.
Julieanne Strachan IT WAS an exciting day of auctions in Grose Street, Deakin, yesterday, with three properties selling under the hammer in quick succession.