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Sherryn Groch is a reporter for The Canberra Times, with a special interest in education and social affairs

Groovin the Moo to make EPIC return to ACT but what about pill testing?

Groovin the Moo to make EPIC return to ACT but what about pill testing?

The music festival has a new home in the capital, after the University of Canberra backed out of its long-running contract to host the event.

  • by Sherryn Groch

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Worksafe closes in on school asbestos source in ACT, tests more sites

Worksafe closes in on school asbestos source in ACT, tests more sites

Investigators have narrowed in on the "likely" source of the asbestos found at two Canberra schools this year, and have begun testing other sites.

  • by Sherryn Groch
Perfect storm: Housing affordability crisis hits ACT disability sector

Perfect storm: Housing affordability crisis hits ACT disability sector

The ACT's new housing affordability strategy promises to make renting more accessible for people with disabilities - and it can't come soon enough.

  • by Sherryn Groch
University of Canberra staff 'wholly reject' offer from management

University of Canberra staff 'wholly reject' offer from management

Staff at the university have "wholly rejected" an offer by management, as academics continue to speak out against "crushing" workloads.

  • by Sherryn Groch
The Canberra school with its own 3-acre farm and a very polite rooster

The Canberra school with its own 3-acre farm and a very polite rooster

There’s some new kids on campus at the University of Canberra High School Kaleen. They just happen to be baby goats.

  • by Sherryn Groch
'I couldn't protect the other kids': Teachers speak out on violence

'I couldn't protect the other kids': Teachers speak out on violence

On average, six teachers report violence in Canberra classrooms every day, and some say their pleas for help are still going unheeded.

  • by Sherryn Groch
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Groovin the Moo will return to Canberra but venue remains mystery

Groovin the Moo will return to Canberra but venue remains mystery

Groovin the Moo's promoter has confirmed the music festival will return to Canberra next year, but where will it be held?

  • by Sherryn Groch
'End of an era': Canberra's oldest cinema turns back into lecture hall

'End of an era': Canberra's oldest cinema turns back into lecture hall

At the end of the month, the lights will do down at the ANU's Coombs Theatre for its very last screening, as the local film society migrate to new digs.

  • by Sherryn Groch
Thousands of robocalls target Canberra Liberal Elizabeth Lee

Thousands of robocalls target Canberra Liberal Elizabeth Lee

War has broken out between the ACT teachers' union and shadow education spokeswoman Elizabeth Lee.

  • by Sherryn Groch
Canberra leg of Groovin the Moo in doubt after uni backs out

Canberra leg of Groovin the Moo in doubt after uni backs out

After almost a decade, the University of Canberra has ended its contract to hold Groovin the Moo in Canberra. So what happens to the festival now?

  • by Sherryn Groch
Bushfire burns near Canberra, storm batters suburbs on wild day

Bushfire burns near Canberra, storm batters suburbs on wild day

After a day that brought high temperatures, strong winds and rain to the capital, emergency services are hoping to contain a fire before it reaches the city's fringe.

  • by Sally Whyte, Sherryn Groch, Finbar O'Mallon & Megan Doherty