Style & Entertainment
Rachel Packham Some of the city’s most impressive interiors are also the most sustainable.
Gemma Varcoe Canberra's LAVERS boys have released their long-awaited full-length debut album Thought I Was King.
Gemma Varcoe Summer is well and truly upon us and Canberra is sweltering. Gemma Varcoe seeks refuge from the heat and takes a dip in the city’s most historic aquatic centre.
Josephine Huynh Local illustrator Raisa Kross shares her unique interpretation of Canberra city.
Josephine Huynh We sit down with Vanessa Conlin of Posies by Ness to talk all things flowers.
Amelia Dale A range of new features will see Fashfest's trademark creativity and innovation taken to a whole new level in 2015.
Amelia Dale The NFSA brings the voice of Australia to life through a series of programs that showcase its dynamic and varied collection.
Josephine Huynh The capital is the perfect place to indulge in a day of pampering.
Food and drink
Rachel Packham Sometimes you've got to scratch beyond the surface. Rachel Packham goes deeper underground to find out what lies beneath our city streets.
Wapengo Rocks Wild Organic Oysters
Josephine Huynh It’s more important than ever to support our region’s local growers and farmers. City restaurant Temporada is doing just that.
Josephine Huynh and Amelia Dale Canberra's dining scene has changed so much in recent years that it's almost unrecognisable. From hatted restaurants to street food, bars and cafes.
Amelia Dale No matter what sort of night you are after, there’s a bar, pub or club that will have you partying the night away.
Josephine Huynh Facing one of life’s biggest struggles gave a local couple the courage to start a new business and share a new way of living.
Thomas McCoy Battling declining health, local hero and Salvos volunteer Alan Jessop bravely continues his mission of collecting funds for the needy.
Josephine Huynh The cultural contributor talks about shaking things up in the capital.
Amelia Dale The local film experts behind SAFIA's viral clips go from strength to strength.
Josephine Huynh From its state-of-the-art design to its innovative commercial spaces, Ori is a testament to how far the city has come.
Josephine Huynh Our city is so crowded with 9-5 hustle and bustle that it's easy to forget many Canberrans call the CBD home.
Amelia Dale The ANU chapter of Robogals is using robots to inspire Canberra girls to get involved in engineering, science and technology.
Josephine Huynh and Amelia Dale There is a thriving urban art community just under the surface in Canberra’s CBD. We rounded up some of the artists bringing the city to life, one work at a time.
Amelia Dale We take a look at the incredible work being done by the Australian National Committee for UN Women.
Issue 23: A new movement
Issue 22. A feast for the senses.
Urban renewal and Braddon's new edge.
In the City: Spring-Summer 2014
In the City: Winter 2014
Exploring what's in store for Canberra's 100th birthday, and introducing some of Canberra's best and brightest.
We delve into Canberra's star power, check out TEDxCanberra, and road test new tapas bar Playground.
Vids & Pix
In The City celebrated its third anniversary with a rooftop soiree.
A fashion fantasy to suit every taste.
Venture into the kitchen of iconic bakery Autolyse to witness the unconventional beauty behind the art of baking.
Make a statement with luxe layers and a bold attitude.
Explore Braddon's newest hot spot.
Great gluten free options from Canberra restaurants.
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