The Canberra Times
Monday, 22 April 2024
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Two deaths on ACT roads on Sunday, following separate incidents.
Lanie Tindale, Miriam Webber
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Police called to part of Brindabella Road after serious collision.
Miriam Webber
Ricky Stuart has already locked in who will play halfback next week.
David Polkinghorne
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Kaeo Weekes will play halfback for the Raiders. Picture by Gary Ramage
She thought her suffering was over; now it is starting again.
Peter Brewer
Victim-survivor Elizabeth Hall. Picture by Sitthixay Ditthavong
Through the darkness, I think I found the light.
Ayden Dawkins
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Mourners use phone lights and candles in Ballarat after the murders of three women. Picture by Lachlan Bence
Ink positive: People finding comfort and confidence in tattoos.
Sally Pryor
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George Theodosiou, owner of Armani Art, and Josie McGrath, who bought this painting nearly 20 years ago. Picture by Keegan Carroll
Opinion
Weirdly, it was just a man talking for ages. But I was enthralled.
Ian Warden
History will repeat if council is starved of resources.
Jasper Lindell
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Duncan Marshall. Picture by Jay Cronan
Opinion
Thanks to politicians, faith remains an uninterrogated social good.
Mark Kenny
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Jamal Fogarty could be set for an extended stint on the sideline.
David Polkinghorne
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Jamal Fogarty potentially ruptured a bicep. Picture Getty Images
Assault culmination of long-running dispute over site access.
Tim Piccione
Language, like property, is really all about location.
Amy Martin
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Some things, like the parma, potato scallop and ginger nut, can be very divisive issues.
Deadly clashes have occurred in the West Bank as Israeli strikes hit the city of Rafah in the Gaza Strip.
Taylor Swift has become the most-streamed artist in a single day on the music platform Spotify with the release of her new album The Tortured Poets Department.
Hannah Roberts
Taylor Swift's new album includes collaborations with Florence And The Machine and Post Malone. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS)
It's important work, but the scrutiny turns seasoned cops away.
Peter Brewer
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ACT's former top cop Neil Gaughan exposed the challenge of finding experienced police willing to volunteer to work on sex assault cases. Picture by Elesa Kurtz
Abigail's set-up is good but the direction often lets it down.
Cris Kennedy
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Melissa Barrera in Abigail. Picture supplied
The Blues absolutely battered the hapless Brumbies at Eden Park.
Caden Helmers
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Jonathan Seidler's novel is an object lesson in love.
Karen Hardy
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Jonathan Seidler's first novel explores the concepts of what makes a relationship. Picture supplied
Opinion
Australia outspends the every other country on online gambling.
Mark Gaetani
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Whether you like flans, farmers or f-boys, there's a show for you.
Karen Hardy
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I think I'd be a great candidate for reality TV. But where should I go? Pictures supplied
Both countries played it down. But more violence could emerge.
Josef Federman, Jon Gambrell
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People in Tehran celebrate after Iran's retaliatory strike on Irsael. Picture Getty Images
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)
Thanks to politicians, faith remains an uninterrogated social good.
Mark Kenny
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Mark Dreyfus confirmed the bill will be introduced within months. Picture by Elesa Kurtz
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
Labor continues to hold a slim lead over the coalition on a two-party-preferred basis, a Newspoll survey indicates.
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Nancy Reagan, Tipper Gore, Barbara Bush or Lady Bird Johnson?
Anna Houlahan
Who championed Parental Advisory stickers on albums? Was it Tipper Gore (left to right), Barbara Bush, Nancy Reagan or Lady Bird Johnson? Picture AP Photo/LBJ Library
The front door of the business was left unlocked.
Anna Houlahan
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A man is spotted on a security camera at the entrance to the business that was allegedly robbed. Picture supplied
Many may have vintage treasures hidden at home.
Carla Mascarenhas
Isabella Galimberti with her collection of toys. Picture: Supplied
Jesse Baird and Luke Davies's deaths captivated a nation.
Carla Mascarenhas
Jesse Baird (left) and Luke Davies at a Pink concert the day before they died. Picture: Instagram
Thanks to politicians, faith remains an uninterrogated social good.
Mark Kenny
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Australia outspends the every other country on online gambling.
Mark Gaetani
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The recommendations of the late Peta Murphy's gambling house committee go unheeded. Picture by Keegan Carroll
Both countries played it down. But more violence could emerge.
Josef Federman, Jon Gambrell
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People in Tehran celebrate after Iran's retaliatory strike on Irsael. Picture Getty Images
With the lives of women at risk, these questions must be answered.
Sunday Canberra Times
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Ideology driving misogynistic violence must be investigated
We need to find out more about what motivated this incident.
Letters to the Editor
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The rush to a terrorism judgement was unfortunate
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.
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From dinners to tastings, to award-winning wineries.
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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
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Tim Baker is one of the instructors at Tharwa Valley Forge. Picture by Gary Ramage
Abigail's set-up is good but the direction often lets it down.
Cris Kennedy
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Melissa Barrera in Abigail. Picture supplied
Updated
Ricky Stuart has already locked in who will play halfback next week.
David Polkinghorne
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The Brumbies are desperate to bounce back from a massive loss.
Caden Helmers
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An NRL great has praised Raiders fullback Chevy Stewart's character.
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Chevy Stewart has drawn praise from Billy Slater, the greatest ever fullback, for how he dealt with adversity. Picture by Elesa Kurtz
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Woden's Canberra Raiders Cup side capped off a successful day for the Rams. Picture by Gary Ramage
GWS will host the Lions in Canberra on Anzac Day.
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Jamal Fogarty could be set for an extended stint on the sideline.
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Jamal Fogarty potentially ruptured a bicep. Picture Getty Images
The Blues absolutely battered the hapless Brumbies at Eden Park.
Caden Helmers
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History will repeat if council is starved of resources.
Jasper Lindell
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Duncan Marshall. Picture by Jay Cronan
The rise of e-commerce is putting a spotlight on industrial property.
Brittney Levinson
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This Queanbeyan West warehouse sold for more than $10 million. Picture supplied
About 15 people have been injured in a tram accident at the Universal Studios Hollywood theme park in Los Angeles.
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The Australian High Commission in the United Kingdom has presented Bluey with a special recognition award for the show's effect on culture.
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The Australian High Commission in London has celebrated the spectacular growth of the Bluey show. (HANDOUT/Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Tehran's operation that targeted Israel with more than 300 missiles and drones has drawn the praise of Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei says Iran's operation against Israel was a demonstration of willpower. (AP PHOTO)
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Cross the Dardanelles on an excursion that recounts the story.
Mark Dapin
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Lest we forget: Gallipoli's history and myths revealed
Set a cracking pace on a trip to London.
Danielle Teutsch
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Australian outback showdown - which is better, Kimberley or Kakadu?
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Crystalbrook, Byron Bay. Picture supplied
Wildlife encounters that'll leave you speechless.
Rob McFarland
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Australian Road Rules say that interfering with the driver’s control of the vehicle is an offence, however there is a 'but'!
Matt Campbell
The next-generation Toyota Kluger is set to feature electric power, according to a report out of the US.
Jordan Mulach
Local trademark filings have pointed to BYD using the Shark name for its upcoming ute, while the company is also protecting the name of a plug-in hybrid sedan.
William Stopford
Before Top Gear Australia arrives on Paramount+ next month, the streaming service has teased what to expect from the relaunched show.
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Tesla shareholders will vote on CEO Elon Musk's long-awaited US$56bn (A$86.9bn) pay package – and a move to Texas – in June.
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The Northern Lights hold a fascination for humans the world over.
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The polar lights in Norway. Picture Shutterstock
Upgrading the litter tray can improve your cat's health and decrease odour.
Elizabeth Habermann
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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.
Whether you like flans, farmers or f-boys, there's a show for you.
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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.