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David Pope: The Canberra Times editorial cartoonist's latest work
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David Pope: The Canberra Times editorial cartoonist's latest work

Cartoons from The Canberra Times editorial artist.

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Eastman jury tell judge of stalemate, told to keep deliberating
Eastman trial

Eastman jury tell judge of stalemate, told to keep deliberating

The jury deciding the verdict for murder in the marathon trial of David Harold Eastman said they have been unable to reach a unanimous verdict.

  • by Alexandra Back & Michael Inman
Canberra Girls Grammar School announces new principal
Private schools

Canberra Girls Grammar School announces new principal

Anna Owen will move from a private girls school in Brisbane to take up the job in 2019.

  • by Chloe Livadeas
Man with handgun tried to rob Mawson Club, police say
Crime

Man with handgun tried to rob Mawson Club, police say

Police said the man was carrying a handgun when he entered the Mawson Club about 11pm on Saturday.

Wake up in another country – just two hours’ drive from Canberra
Canberra life

Wake up in another country – just two hours’ drive from Canberra

He might be the emperor of his own micronation but Tim finds Imperial Majesty George II refreshingly down to earth for a man whose empire boats 4000 citizens and an area twice the size of Vatican City.

  • by Tim the Yowie Man
'Uncomfortable truths': Boynes still pushing boundaries in exhibition
Review
Art reviews

'Uncomfortable truths': Boynes still pushing boundaries in exhibition

Boynes has refused to age gracefully and remains intent on revealing uncomfortable truths.

  • by Sasha Grishin
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'Superbly cocky': McKenna shines in Rep's 'One Man, Two Guvnors'
Review
Theatre reviews

'Superbly cocky': McKenna shines in Rep's 'One Man, Two Guvnors'

Never mind the plot. It’s the energy that matters in this great end of year show.

  • by Alanna Maclean
Another person claims crematorium has lost their family's ashes
Tragedy

Another person claims crematorium has lost their family's ashes

First, Eddy Mol discovered the ashes of his baby boy were gone. Now, another person says the crematorium has lost their family's ashes.

  • by Sally Pryor
Canberra man $450,000 richer after Lotto win
Lotto

Canberra man $450,000 richer after Lotto win

The man was one of nine division one-winning entries in Saturday's draw.

Teens smashed 138 windows in vandalism spree that cost $100k: police
Crime

Teens smashed 138 windows in vandalism spree that cost $100k: police

Police allege the two 17-year-old boys caused more than $100,000 worth of damage during the vandalism spree in Canberra's inner south.

Canberra Now: more questions over CTP; calls to waive parking fines

Canberra Now: more questions over CTP; calls to waive parking fines

Plus, how mould shut a Canberra Hospital operating theatre down for months.

  • by Daniella White