Julieanne Strachan

Julieanne Strachan

Julieanne Strachan is a reporter for The Sunday Canberra Times.

Vienna Boys Choir in town for a flower song

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.

Canberra filmmakers shine at festival opening

A scene from the Canberra Short Film Festival film Finding Eric, directed by Robert Coppa and Scott Maybury.

Julieanne Strachan CANBERRA filmmakers delivered in spades on the first night of the Canberra Film Festival on Friday.

Fine fellows go to work for their art

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...

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.

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Tatt's entertainment

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.

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.

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Young mums go for it

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.

Market warming up

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

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Bad drivers, not trees at fault: Mayor

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.

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Quick road fix too hard: report

Fatal car accident on the Kings Highway.

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...

Strong family support

Andrew and James Barr in November 2009 at Andrew and Anthony?s civil partnership.  
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Julieanne Strachan Openly-gay ACT Treasurer Andrew Barr has revealed he would like to be a father.

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Bunnykin helps to lift Pegasus total

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.

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Running for other's lives

Julieanne Strachan IN JUST two weeks, thousands of runners will lace their shoes and hit the starting line for The Canberra Times Fun Run.

ADFA a crowd pleaser

A Cadet shouts.

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.

Treasures of the past helping a worthy charity of today

Anthony Hill from Yarralumla chatting with Peter Davidson from the Frivolities Antique, Jewellery and Small Collectables stall at the ACT Antiques and Collectables Fair at Albert Hall.

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.

Plan for fence at Ainslie School divides local community

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.

CPS banks on app consumer interest

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.

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Time to heal

Marg Green looking forward to the apology to the people affected by former forced adoption practices by the ACT Government.

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!''

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Little Juanita thrown lifeline

Solomon Island girl, Juanita Augerea who has recieved an operation on her kidney through the Rotary's ROMAC (Rotary Oceania Medican Aid for Children) program.

Julieanne Strachan WITH a shy smile and a pink bow in her hair there is no obvious sign that little Juanita Augerea has just been through a life-changing event, but the youngster has plenty of reasons for joy.

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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...