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Karen Hardy is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Emiko Davies: Tortellini at Midnight, family recipes from Italy

Emiko Davies: Tortellini at Midnight, family recipes from Italy

In her new book Davies shares wonderful stories and some of her favourite recipes from her Italian family,

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Lynda la Plante's Widows still makes waves

Lynda la Plante's Widows still makes waves

Lynda la Plante's Widows series has captured a whole new generation of fans.

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'We have to get women engaged in the political discussion'

'We have to get women engaged in the political discussion'

Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi are heading to Canberra with a new brand and a message for forward-thinking women.

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How to teach our sons to be good men in a world of scandals
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How to teach our sons to be good men in a world of scandals

From Married at First Sight to NRL sex scandals, how can we raise sons to be better?

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Australia has a new top barista. And of course they're from Canberra

Australia has a new top barista. And of course they're from Canberra

It's not like you needed another excuse to get to Ona for a good coffee is it?

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Indigenous chef Mark Olive headlines the Multicultural Festival

Indigenous chef Mark Olive headlines the Multicultural Festival

Feast on some Australian cuisine alongside your multicultural favourites.

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Bentspoke heats up for Multicultural Festival with a chilli beer

Bentspoke heats up for Multicultural Festival with a chilli beer

The award-winning local brewery is brewing a beer with 23 chillies and heritage grains to celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the festival.

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Dinners to showcase Canberra women in wine

Dinners to showcase Canberra women in wine

Want to hear the stories about the women playing a major role in the Canberra wine industry?

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How to succeed at school (we're talking to you, parents)
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How to succeed at school (we're talking to you, parents)

There's no manual for parents heading to school for the first time. Here's some tips.

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How Jane Caro become an accidental feminist

How Jane Caro become an accidental feminist

The pill, the tampon and the paycheck changed women's lives, but was it for the better?

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Graeme Simsion bids a fond farewell to the Rosie trilogy

Graeme Simsion bids a fond farewell to the Rosie trilogy

Graeme Simsion never intended for Don Tillman to touch us the way he has.

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