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Welcome to our new web experience

Designed to provide you a faster, cleaner and more immersive experience across all of your devices.

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Find what matters most

Our new homepage design brings you the most important stories, front and centre, so you can easily find the news that matters most.

From Good Food, Traveller, allhomes and more, you’ll also find the best of our quality content in our new Featured section, no matter your interests.

Pick up where you left off

With our new Shortlist feature, you can now easily queue the stories you want to read later. You can also revisit your favourite stories and articles with Reading History. Simply log in to sync your Shortlist across all your devices.

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    Parliament

    Parliament House kicks off birthday celebrations with a nod to the 1980s.

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    • As Parliament House prepares to celebrate its 30th birthday, visitors have the chance to see art work which is usually hidden away in the corridors of power.

    • The Parliament House Art Collection boasts more than 6500 pieces.

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    When news breaks, conversations start. We've made comments easier to find so you can tap into the discussion and share your perspective.

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    We've redesigned our pages with fewer ads. You'll find no pop-ups and less clutter, creating a more immersive news experience.

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    We've built the new experience for speed, so you can spend more time doing the things you love. Simple.

    We’ve grown over the years

    Since The Canberra Times first launched, we’ve worked to make it the most innovative news site on the web. From improving the reading experience to adding new features, our designers consistently break new ground in how we present the stories that matter.

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