The Canberra Times
Friday, 19 April 2024
Locker Room
Is it really that crazy when you think about it?
Chris Dutton, Caden Helmers
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Like looking at a Rothko, the critic who complains is a buffoon.
Jasper Lindell
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He 'holds a position of prominence' in a family, prosecutor says.
Hannah Neale
He is also accused of falsely claiming to be an ex-AFP officer.
Hannah Neale
Dragutin Rajak leaves court on Thursday. Picture by Hannah Neale
Members of the public joined politicians for a reflection day.
Carla Mascarenhas
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NSW Premier Chris Minns signs a condolence book whilst visiting a memorial to the victims who lost their lives in Saturdays knife attack at Westfield Bondi Junction shopping centre. Photo by AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi
It was a 'pretty gloomy' outlook for Canberra businesses.
Brittney Levinson
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Chris Nowaczyk, owner of joinery business The Works Fitouts, said he was owed close to $1 million after a builder went into administration. Picture by Elesa Kurtz
Well-known Bathurst public road normally has more sedate speed limit.
Peter Brewer
Book now for dinners and activities or just wander the markets.
Karen Hardy
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The Harvest Festival is features farmers' markets, activities and more. Pictures supplied
Stephen Larkham has two contracted hookers left this season.
Caden Helmers
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ACT police thanked the public for its assistance.
Staff Reporters
ACT Policing are looking for 38-year-old Jordan Westin. Picture supplied
'Inescapable conclusion' Lehrmann gave Seven access to docs: judge.
Tim Piccione
Bruce Lehrmann. Picture by Gary Ramage
The alleged kingpin has been charged with a list of crimes.
Anna McGuinness Anna Houlahan
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A Brisbane man has been charged over a botched cocaine import that has seen bricks of the drug wash up on NSW beaches. Pictures supplied
Opinion
Not everyone will be made redundant by AI.
Adam Triggs
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The incident involving a stolen Camry is under police investigation.
Bageshri Savyasachi, Lanie Tindale, Peter Brewer
Police comb over the scene on Adelaide Avenue.
Canberra prop reveals what the 'massive' deal means for women's sport.
Melanie Dinjaski
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Taylor Swift 11th studio album is released on Friday.
Laura Harding
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Taylor Swift 11th studio album The Tortured Poets Department is released on Friday. Picture by Taylor Swift/Facebook
One-off payment to save club from A-League scrap heap.
Melanie Dinjaski
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ACT Sport Minister Yvette Berry has increased Canberra United's funding. Picture by Sitthixay Ditthavong
ACT funding delayed as part of 'difficult decisions'.
Miriam Webber
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Defence Industry Minister Pat Conroy. Picture by Sitthixay Ditthavong
Security guard Muhammad Taha could also be granted a visa.
Anna Houlahan
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There is a detour in place for drivers.
Lanie Tindale
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Artist's impression of Woden light rail. Picture by ACT government
Opinion
There's a huge cost to projecting the ability to fight.
Mark Kenny
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The victim 'did not ask to end her life', prosecutor says.
Hannah Neale
Forensic police officers attend home in Fisher and, inset, Donald and Jean Morley. Pictures by Karleen Minney, supplied
Public holiday flexibility existed under Coalition, Gorman says.
Karen Barlow
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Patrick Gorman and Barnaby Joyce are at odds over public servants holidays. Pictures by Elesa Kurtz, Keegan Carroll
Australia needs to call this out. Otherwise, who's next?
Justin Bassi
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Australia must call this out, even it causes diplomatic discomfort. Picture Shutterstock
A comparison of Australia's worst mass shooting to pro-Palestine protests continues to land Peter Dutton in hot water with rivals and some in the Liberal Party.
Poppy Johnston
Political rivals and Liberal MPs have slammed Peter Dutton's comments on the Port Arthur massacre. (Robert Cianflone/AAP PHOTOS)
Not everyone will be made redundant by AI.
Adam Triggs
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AI will worsen the disadvantage already faced by women and young people. Picture Shutterstock
The Tasmanian premier has hit out at comparisons made by Opposition Leader Peter Dutton which compared pro-Palestine protests to the Port Arthur massacre.
Andrew Brown
Peter Dutton has doubled down on his remarks concerning Port Arthur. (Bianca De Marchi/AAP PHOTOS)
Australian Electoral Commission boss warns it would be a mistake.
Miriam Webber
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Minister speaks frankly about the first task for new secretary.
Miriam Webber
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Home Affairs Minister Clare O'Neil (left), tasked department boss Stephanie Foster (right) with rebuild. Picture by Sitthixay Ditthavong
Bursting the bureaucracy's bubble.
Miriam Webber
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The Department of Finance is back at it again. Picture by Rohan Thompson
A 16-year-old has boy has been charged with a terrorism offence after a bishop was allegedly stabbed during a sermon at a Sydney church.
Jack Gramenz and Miklos Bolza
Members of the public joined politicians for a reflection day.
Carla Mascarenhas
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NSW Premier Chris Minns signs a condolence book whilst visiting a memorial to the victims who lost their lives in Saturdays knife attack at Westfield Bondi Junction shopping centre. Photo by AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi
The bishop has spoken for the first time since the incident.
Anna McGuinness
Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel was delivering a sermon at a Wakeley church when he was allegedly attacked on April 15. Picture by Christ The Good Shepherd Church
The alleged kingpin has been charged with a list of crimes.
Anna McGuinness Anna Houlahan
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A Brisbane man has been charged over a botched cocaine import that has seen bricks of the drug wash up on NSW beaches. Pictures supplied
Police are searching for three alleged cigarette thieves.
Anna Houlahan
Three men set off a smoke security system after they allegedly broke into the Melbourne convenience store on March 27. Picture supplied
Not everyone will be made redundant by AI.
Adam Triggs
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Regions need to be recognised, not patronised.
Bob Hawes
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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese wants to see a future built in Australia. Picture by Peter Lorimer
Netanyahu could escalate the situation to draw in US forces.
Clive Williams
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World leaders would be concerned about what Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will do next. Picture Shutterstock
Frustratingly, a pre-COVID approach to the gallery has fallen on deaf ears.
Letters to the Editor
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New sculpture garden design should embrace sustainability
Nuclear submarines are, to coin a phrase, 'alligators in the moat'.
The Canberra Times
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Taking a knife to ACT defence projects
Police say the registerable child sex offender failed to report.
Peter Brewer
Asylum seekers who don't have rights to stay in a third country cannot be deported there because it could escalate diplomatic tensions, government lawyers warn.
Kat Wong and Tess Ikonomou
A detained Iranian immigrant detained since 2014 is making a High Court bid for freedom. (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)
This case truly was an 'omnishambles'.
Tim Piccione
Bruce Lehrmann outside the Federal Court. Picture AAP
She also allegedly hit her with a frypan during a fight.
Hannah Neale
Akoi Maketh leaves court on Monday. Picture by Hannah Neale
The decorated AFP officer drunkenly crashed into a tree.
Hannah Neale
AFP Commander Danielle Anne Woodward arrives at court on Monday. Picture by Hannah Neale
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Abigail and Freud's Last Session are some of the new films.
It would be a crime to miss this musical's Canberra run.
Amy Martin
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From dinners to tastings, to award-winning wineries.
Karen Hardy
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Head out to Four Winds Vineyard for some sangiovese and sopressa pizza as part of the Taste Bud Boogie. Picture supplied
Want to create something that will last a life-time?
Karen Hardy
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Tim Baker is one of the instructors at Tharwa Valley Forge. Picture by Gary Ramage
Toni Hassan's Trust Me is among several new exhibitions.
Ron Cerabona
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Toni Hassan: Visitations, 2023 (detail). Picture supplied
Locker Room
The story of what had to happen to save Canberra United.
Chris Dutton, Melanie Dinjaski
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The Brumbies head to Sydney for a must-win final on Friday night.
Caden Helmers
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Stephen Larkham has two contracted hookers left this season.
Caden Helmers
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Billy Pollard has vowed to step up in Lachlan Lonergan's absence. Picture by Karleen Minney
Canberra prop reveals what the 'massive' deal means for women's sport.
Melanie Dinjaski
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Sophie Holyman and Grace Kemp are sticking with the Raiders. Pictures by Sitthixay Ditthavong
Lauren Jackson is weighing up her Paris Olympic options.
Chris Dutton
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Is it really that crazy when you think about it?
Chris Dutton, Caden Helmers
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Should we build a stadium on City Hill? Main picture by Karleen Minney
One-off payment to save club from A-League scrap heap.
Melanie Dinjaski
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ACT Sport Minister Yvette Berry has increased Canberra United's funding. Picture by Sitthixay Ditthavong

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It was a 'pretty gloomy' outlook for Canberra businesses.
Brittney Levinson
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Chris Nowaczyk, owner of joinery business The Works Fitouts, said he was owed close to $1 million after a builder went into administration. Picture by Elesa Kurtz
We need better incentives if we want people to downsize.
Rachel Lane
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We need better incentives for people to downsize. Picture Shutterstock
Croatia's governing conservatives have won a highly contested parliamentary election but without enough seats to rule alone.
Copenhagen's mayor has contacted her Paris counterpart about lessons from Notre-Dame's rebuild after a fire destroyed the Danish city's landmark stock exchange.
Fire ripped through Copenhage's 400-year-old landmark stock exchange, causing its roof to collapse. (AP PHOTO)
India's polling officers are climbing hills and fording rivers to ensure voters across the country can take part in the world's largest general election.
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Wildlife encounters that'll leave you speechless.
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Melbourne has something special whether you're a local in need of an escape from the nonstop activity or an international visitor eager to unwind.
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After around a decade on the market, the second-generation Audi Q7 is set to be replaced. It's expected to debut in 2025.
William Stopford
An unattended toddler was able to start the family’s Tesla Model X and run into his pregnant mother, who has filed a lawsuit against the carmaker.
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The seven-seat Mercedes-Benz EQB crossover is pricier than before, but gets more range and standard equipment.
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Mercedes-Benz was reportedly testing out a range-extender drivetrain in its EQS, but has now stopped work on the project.
Derek Fung
The Northern Lights hold a fascination for humans the world over.
Emma Brown
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Upgrading the litter tray can improve your cat's health and decrease odour.
Elizabeth Habermann
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PetSafe is dedicated to enhancing the bond between pets and their families through innovative pet care solutions with the ScoopFree automatic litter tray their latest product. Picture PetSafe
The spiritual heart of big, bold Australian shiraz, the celebrated South Australian region is steeped in wine heritage and is our most prolific shiraz-producing region.
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Barossa shiraz continues to be one of Australia's favourite styles of wine. Picture Shutterstock
Before you pack your bags, say adios and head to foreign shores to live, it's important to first make sure you understand any negative implications it could have on your financial situation.
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One more Canberran family is protected by a strong roof overhead thanks to a competition run by leading local roofing business Leaky Roof.
Leaky Roof's Jason and Justin with their most recent local business awards. Picture supplied.
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Therese Murray
Proposed law changes to reduce financial elder abuse.
Eileen Wood
The Standing Council of Attorneys-General is looking into changes to financial Enduring Powers of Attorney. Picture Shutterstock
Persistence has paid off for veterans golfer Rita Gounder.
Rowan Cowley
Rita Gounder is Western Sydney Region Veteran Golf Association's ladies player of the year. Picture supplied
Turning back the clock to the 1980s and 90s.
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Anne Archbold at Decadence at the Belconnen mall.
Attendees were dazzled by the fine performance from Heather Mitchell.
Keegan Carroll
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