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Elliot Williams is a reporter for The Canberra Times

Want a glorious garden? We asked two of Canberra's greenest thumbs

Want a glorious garden? We asked two of Canberra's greenest thumbs

Here are the top tips for helping your garden beat the summer heat from two of Canberra's top gardeners.

  • by Elliot Williams

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Push to cut speed limits on Northbourne Ave once light rail introduced

Push to cut speed limits on Northbourne Ave once light rail introduced

One group wants it to be cut to 30km/h, while another labelled plans to leave it at 60km/h as a farce and utter disgrace.

  • by Elliot Williams
Explosion of colour as Braddon hosts street party in the name of love

Explosion of colour as Braddon hosts street party in the name of love

Braddon hosted Yes!Fest to celebrate one year since the yes vote one the same sex marriage survey.

  • by Elliot Williams
Braddon's rainbow roundabout just the beginning?

Braddon's rainbow roundabout just the beginning?

Do you want to see more colourful roundabouts?

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Canberra team delivers first ever oncology unit to Solomon Islands

Canberra team delivers first ever oncology unit to Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands has its first ever oncology unit thanks to a team from the Canberra Hospital.

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Architects launch campaign to save Anzac Hall from destruction

Architects launch campaign to save Anzac Hall from destruction

Of the 18 plans for redevelopment considered by the Australian War Memorial the only one which included demolishing Anzac Hall was chosen.

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Go behind the scenes at Canberra's waste facilities for recycling week

Go behind the scenes at Canberra's waste facilities for recycling week

Canberra recycles the second highest proportion of waste after South Australia.

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ACT Nomads president arrested, home raided, a day before his wedding

ACT Nomads president arrested, home raided, a day before his wedding

The Nomads' ACT chapter president received bail for drug trafficking and weapons charges on the day of his wedding.

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ANCA Art Bus makes first stop in city centre

ANCA Art Bus makes first stop in city centre

Textile artist Ruby Berry will be featured in the new ANCA Art Bus during November in Garema Place.

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Kristallnacht lives long in the memory of those that survived it

Kristallnacht lives long in the memory of those that survived it

It is 80 years since the night of broken glass took place in Europe, leaving up to 100 Jews dead and thousands of Jewish businesses and homes destroyed.

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Weston Creek as much the same as it is different 50 years on

Weston Creek as much the same as it is different 50 years on

"It’s the environment, it's the people, it’s the atmosphere and it’s the surroundings." Weston Creek has been loved by its residents in its 50 years.

  • by Elliot Williams