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Sally Pryor is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Warren Kirk sees beauty in the faded and the mundane

Warren Kirk sees beauty in the faded and the mundane

Photographer Warren Kirk has developed a following for his beautiful images of Australian suburbia, in all its fading glory.

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Incoming US ambassador has his work cut out for him

Incoming US ambassador has his work cut out for him

The recently appointed US Ambassador to Australia Arthur B Culvahouse Jr looks quite different from his predecessor.

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Two Canberra journalists take their place in Media Hall of Fame

Two Canberra journalists take their place in Media Hall of Fame

Two legendary Canberra journalists, Jack Waterford and Gay Davidson, have been inducted into the Australian Media Hall of Fame.

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Man devastated to learn crematorium has misplaced baby boy's ashes

Man devastated to learn crematorium has misplaced baby boy's ashes

Eddy Mol was unable to fulfil his dying wife's last wish, after a crematorium lost his infant son's ashes.

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Burying the Unknown Soldier 25 years ago a turning point for Australia

Burying the Unknown Soldier 25 years ago a turning point for Australia

No one could have anticipated it, but the burial of the Unknown Soldier at the Australian War Memorial 25 years ago forever changed the way we commemorate war.

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Leonard Weiss is Canberra's busiest conductor - and he's only 26

Leonard Weiss is Canberra's busiest conductor - and he's only 26

At just 26, Leonard Weiss is making a name for himself as one of Canberra's youngest and busiest conductors.

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Brendan Nelson 'completely unapologetic' about size of AWM funding

Brendan Nelson 'completely unapologetic' about size of AWM funding

Australian War Memorial director Brendan Nelson has defended the disparity in funding for the country's national collecting institutions.

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$500m Australian War Memorial expansion to honour recent conflicts

$500m Australian War Memorial expansion to honour recent conflicts

The $498 million expansion of the Australian War Memorial will be designed to honour recent wars and modern veterans.

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Canberra's apartment boom shows no signs of slowing, but should you buy one?

Canberra's apartment boom shows no signs of slowing, but should you buy one?

Apartments are becoming the norm for first-home buyers in Canberra, but the market is still in its infancy.

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'You can be what you can't see': Jennifer Wittwer on a life of firsts

'You can be what you can't see': Jennifer Wittwer on a life of firsts

After 37 years in the navy, Jennifer Wittwer knows a thing a two about navigating a changing military.

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Canberrans set to have their say on waste to energy

Canberrans set to have their say on waste to energy

Canberra needs to start generating energy from waste if we are to meet our 90 per cent resource recovery target.

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