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Fragrant neighbourhood a breath of fresh air

Fragrant neighbourhood a breath of fresh air

You need only wander your local streets to breathe in the sweet smells of spring, says Jackie French.

  • by Jackie French

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Want a glorious garden? We asked two of Canberra's greenest thumbs
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Want a glorious garden? We asked two of Canberra's greenest thumbs

Here are the top tips for helping your garden beat the summer heat from two of Canberra's top gardeners.

  • by Elliot Williams
Explosion of colour as Braddon hosts street party in the name of love
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Explosion of colour as Braddon hosts street party in the name of love

Braddon hosted Yes!Fest to celebrate one year since the yes vote one the same sex marriage survey.

  • by Elliot Williams
Braddon's rainbow roundabout just the beginning?

Braddon's rainbow roundabout just the beginning?

Do you want to see more colourful roundabouts?

  • by Elliot Williams
Thousands pack Commonwealth Park for Spilt Milk
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Thousands pack Commonwealth Park for Spilt Milk

While Childish Gambino pulled out, attendees were still very enthusiastic.

  • by Andrew Brown
Capital Life: Happenings in the Canberra arts scene, November 17 2018
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Capital Life: Happenings in the Canberra arts scene, November 17 2018

There's plenty to see and do in Canberra this coming week, from exhibitions to choir performances

  • by Karen Hardy
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Litbits: Happenings in the Canberra literary scene, November 17, 2018
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Litbits: Happenings in the Canberra literary scene, November 17, 2018

Here's what's going on around Canberra in the world of literature this month.

  • by Karen Hardy
Fyshwick the ACT's worst suburb for pollution
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Fyshwick the ACT's worst suburb for pollution

Prosperous areas are cleaner than poorer postcodes, according to a detailed analysis in a new report.

  • by Steve Evans
100 years on, there's still some magic in the pudding

100 years on, there's still some magic in the pudding

Two puppets from the 1970s have gone on display at the National Museum of Australia.

  • by Karen Hardy
Canberra’s Pacific Islander students to shine at Polyfest
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Canberra’s Pacific Islander students to shine at Polyfest

"Navigating the space of adolescence is hard enough. Knowing your tradition and your culture sets a sturdy foundation."

  • by Serena Coady
Behind the Lines: Political cartoons make us curiouser and curiouser

Behind the Lines: Political cartoons make us curiouser and curiouser

It's been a bad year for Australia, but a good year for our political cartoonists

  • by Karen Hardy