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Sally Pryor is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

New exhibition showcases art and craft behind Parliament House

New exhibition showcases art and craft behind Parliament House

A new exhibition at Canberra Museum and Gallery shines a light on the vast art and craft program that was integral to building Parliament House

  • by Sally Pryor

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Ukraine community gathers to remember M17 victims

Ukraine community gathers to remember M17 victims

Members of the Ukraine community in Canberra gathered on Tuesday to mark four years since Flight MH17 was shot down in Eastern Ukraine.

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Portrait Gallery spent $700,000 on repairs in 2012, more needed already

Portrait Gallery spent $700,000 on repairs in 2012, more needed already

The building is just 10 years old.

  • by Sally Whyte & Sally Pryor
Diplomacy prevails around empty embassy sites

Diplomacy prevails around empty embassy sites

The National Capital Authority has a delicate balancing act when it comes to managing the diplomatic estate.

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Kamy Saeedi is a lawyer who knows what it's like to be vulnerable

Kamy Saeedi is a lawyer who knows what it's like to be vulnerable

High-profile criminal law Kamy Saeedi wants to help "accidental" criminals - those whose lives have spiralled.

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New NGA director says courage is key

New NGA director says courage is key

"The big, the small, the exquisite, the brash, and everything in between": Nick Mitzevich has big plans for the National Gallery of Australia

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Major film about the Rats of Tobruk to be produced in Canberra

Major film about the Rats of Tobruk to be produced in Canberra

Hollywood director Phillip Noyce will direct a new film about the Rats of Tobruk, and the film's special effects will be made in Canberra.

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Gerard Vaughan goes out on a high note

Gerard Vaughan goes out on a high note

He may have weathered several storms during his three years at the National Gallery of Australia, but Gerard Vaughan says it's always been about the art.

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International urban designers to lead Civic arts precinct plans

International urban designers to lead Civic arts precinct plans

The dynamic design team behind urban renewal projects in Sydney and Wellington will bring their magic to the new Civic arts precinct.

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How budget cuts are pulling the NGA apart at the seams

How budget cuts are pulling the NGA apart at the seams

While the latest exhibition sparkles, straitened times have left the National Gallery struggling to keep up.

  • by Sally Whyte & Sally Pryor
One of Canberra's largest ever kangaroo culls has finished

One of Canberra's largest ever kangaroo culls has finished

More than 3200 animals were killed across multiple nature reserves.

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