Julieanne Strachan Looking on as the first painting in the iconic Ned Kelly series was taken off the wall at the National Gallery yesterday to be sent to Ireland on loan felt a little bit like watching a favoured child...
Julieanne Strachan Whether you are a troll living under a bridge or a gypsy who wants to set down roots, the importance of having a home to go to is explored in a new musical puppet show from Canberra's own Greg...
Julieanne Strachan Canberra Times' movie reviewer and regular contributor, Simon Weaving, pictured, has taken out a top prize at this year's Canberra Short Film Festival, landing the coveted award for best film in the...
Julieanne Strachan THE world renowned Vienna Boys Choir will perform a concert at Llewellyn Hall today in a once-only Canberra performance during their current tour of Australia.
Julieanne Strachan CANBERRA filmmakers delivered in spades on the first night of the Canberra Film Festival on Friday.
Julieanne Strachan When Jirra Lulla Harvey grew up in the Koori art scene in Melbourne, it was made clear to her that she would need to use her business head as well as her creativity to make a difference in the...
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.
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 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.
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.
auction Watch By Julieanne Strachan A SUNNY first day of spring greeted buyers at auctions around the capital yesterday.
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By Julieanne Strachan Palerang Mayor Walter Raynolds has staunchly defended the avenues of poplar trees on Kings Highway, saying it was poor driving at fault, not the presence of trees that was causing fatalities.
Julieanne Strachan NSW bureaucrats concerned about the heritage value of trees and possible community opposition to their removal recommended taking the go-slow option on improving safety on a killer stretch of the...
Julieanne Strachan Openly-gay ACT Treasurer Andrew Barr has revealed he would like to be a father.
Julieanne Strachan PINT-SIZED Scarlett Small has helped Rotary Canberra City on its way to donating about $6000 to Pegasus Riding for the Disabled in Canberra.
Julieanne Strachan IN JUST two weeks, thousands of runners will lace their shoes and hit the starting line for The Canberra Times Fun Run.
Julieanne Strachan AN ACTION-PACKED ground assault led by infantry personnel was enacted on the parade ground yesterday at the Australian Defence Force Academy in front of a big crowd.
Julieanne Strachan FROM the tiniest thimble to majestic furniture, all manner of treasures from the past have been shined up and put on display in Canberra for Rotary's Springtime Antiques and Collectables Fair.
Julieanne Strachan PROPOSALS to erect a fence around one of the ACT's oldest schools are threatening to divide the community of the inner north suburb of Ainslie.
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.