The annual Voices in the Forest event is moving indoors this year because of concerns about the weather.
Zoo Group has announced it has appointed Lorinda Wyatt as its new managing director.
It's all well that ends well after the Great Wedding Beer Smash Up.
Haig Park in Braddon is probably the last place you'd let your kids run free in.
It's show time for Queanbeyan's first ever drive in movies.
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki is headed to Canberra to talk about time travel, the spleen and why science is still so amazing.
This is more than your average craft show.
What's on in Canberra's art scene from October 21
Throughout, the constant theme is the whimsical play between uncertain states of being, like the dictate of "shadow know your place!"
Sheard employs a combination of colours, a play with markedly different textures and heavily articulated shapes as a way to seduce the eye and to confuse the senses.
A History of the World in 100 Objects is well on track to becoming the National Museum of Australia's most popular exhibition.
This survey honours Alexander's talent and contribution to the careers of fellow potters.
A stage adaptation of the longrunning sitcom is having its Canberra premiere.
Theatre-lovers came out for the Canberra Repertory Society’s 2017-18 season launch in Acton, marking the company’s 85th year showcasing new and dynamic productions.
Locals turned out for some carnival fun and wild west action as the Webers Circus rolled into Monash.
Crowds gathered to enjoy a performance by Japanese virtuoso Nobu Tsujii marking 40 years of friendship between Australia and Japan.
Canberra's 2015 vintage produced sensational reds. The quality – now in the glass for all to enjoy – justifies the superlatives sprinkled around like water at harvest time last year.
Canberra is full of bakeries with great bread and pastries. Here are some of the best on offer.
We've rounded up some of the best meal deals around town.
Here are some recommendations for our favourite child-friendly eating spots in Canberra.
Where to get a drink in Canberra? We've got the answer for every situation.
So you'd like to get creative with cake, or finally learn to make bread.
As chosen in the Fairfax Good Food Guide for 2015.
You know it's summer when you can sit in a tranquil garden and savour a refreshing drink and tasty food.
Chris Shanahan picks the best Canberra white wines of 2014.
Chris Shanahan picks 10 of the best Canberra red wines of 2014.
Where to get a lovely high tea in the ACT this spring and summer.
Some of our favourite cafes.
The top 5 best "secret" beaches on the NSW south coast.
Tosolini's is now Social & Co, which has slightly more of a post-work drinks feel.
A noodle cart, Asian beer list, cheeky cocktails and a DJ for late-night dancing.
The newest restaurant in Kingston is Otis Dining Hall.
A classic public service watering hole with a menu to match in the Parliamentary Triangle.
This southern American style pub in Canberra's north offers fried chicken, rum and whisky fit for Frank Underwood.
Josephine Huynh pays a visit to the boys behind cultural development organisation Dionysus, to talk about its plans to ignite Canberra’s events scene and artistic. endeavours.
In part one of a series on Canberra business duos, Josephine Huynh talks to Lily Giles and Emma Knieriem about their intimates and swimwear label Lil&Emm.
In part three of a series on Canberra business duos, Josephine Huynh talks to Camille Young and her daughter Evangelique from dessert designer Pip & Lou.
In part two of a series on Canberra business duos, Josephine Huynh talks to Anita and Carlo Krikowa from furniture and homewares company boyandgirlco.
Touch or click here for the full edition of the latest In the City magazine.
Morgan Skillman and Scott Andrew were supposed to be married in 2015 - but someone objected.
We haven't seen the last of Canberra law student turned Survivor Australia contestant Conner Bethune on WIN just yet.
Renowned war artist Ben Quilty has completed a series of portraits depicting the impact of war on the family members of Australian servicemen and servicewomen at the Australian War Memorial. He and the subjects of each portrait were on hand to open the new display.