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Sally Pryor is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

First trams to start running soon, but you won't be able to catch one

First trams to start running soon, but you won't be able to catch one

Don't be surprised if you spot the first light rail trains on the track in Gungahlin soon. Although they are going to look very empty for quite a while yet...

  • by Sally Pryor

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Canberra 'better than the brand', says British urbanist

Canberra 'better than the brand', says British urbanist

Canberra is highly liveable, but needs better branding, says British urbanist Greg Clark

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Former ACT political candidate opens up about mental illness

Former ACT political candidate opens up about mental illness

Former Sex Party candidate Steven Bailey wants there to be more conversations about mental health in Canberra.

  • by Sally Pryor
All smiles at the NGA with much-needed funding for building repairs

All smiles at the NGA with much-needed funding for building repairs

The National Gallery of Australia was one of the big budget winners this year, with $16.6 million to help maintain the 40-year-old building.

  • by Sally Pryor
Canberra's newest mosque officially opened

Canberra's newest mosque officially opened

Canberra's largest mosque and Islamic centre is now officially open in Monash

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Water bills going down for Canberra households

Water bills going down for Canberra households

A report from the Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission has set prices lower for Canberra households over the next five years.

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ACT clubs committed to transparency on community contributions

ACT clubs committed to transparency on community contributions

The head of ClubsACT says Canberra clubs are committed to "integrity and transparency" when reporting community contributions.

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National arboretum loved by visitors, but what about the trees?

National arboretum loved by visitors, but what about the trees?

The National Arboretum Canberra is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, but is it a botanical success?

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Public consultations raise more questions for city-and-gateway project

Public consultations raise more questions for city-and-gateway project

The project to transform the entry route to Canberra is still in its conceptual stage.

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New NGA director says art education is for everyone

New NGA director says art education is for everyone

New NGA director Nick Mitzevich wants all Australians to be able to learn from artists

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Deja vu: inquiry into funding cuts for Canberra's cultural institutions has a familiar ring

Deja vu: inquiry into funding cuts for Canberra's cultural institutions has a familiar ring

Deja vu: inquiry into funding cuts for Canberra's cultural institutions has a familiar ring.

  • by Sally Pryor