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Rory celebrates his love for cheerleading while taking on the bullies

Rory celebrates his love for cheerleading while taking on the bullies

"Am I going to let small minded bullies make me quit - NO!!'' Rory Grummett is a fit, athletic, confident boy who loves cheerleading.

  • by Megan Doherty

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48 hours May 26 2018

48 hours May 26 2018

What's on this weekend

  • by Ron Cerabona
Canberra's MasterChef contestant Chloe Carroll dishes on the show
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Canberra's MasterChef contestant Chloe Carroll dishes on the show

After MasterChef, she wants to open a cooking school to promote nutritious, home-cooked meals.

  • by Megan Doherty
Not The Messiah goes for baroque and pop and other musical genres

Not The Messiah goes for baroque and pop and other musical genres

This Canberra premiere transforms Monty Python's Life of Brian into a comic oratorio.

  • by Ron Cerabona
An unforgettable concert combining Bach's music and world
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Canberra life

An unforgettable concert combining Bach's music and world

Tafelmusik successfully combined music, choreography, projected images and narration.

  • by Jennifer Gall
Not your typical Jane Austen adaptation
Canberra

Not your typical Jane Austen adaptation

The State Theatre Company of South Australia brings a production of Sense and Sensibility that promises something a little different.

  • by Ron Cerabona
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Canberra ballerinas enjoy family time as 'The Merry Widow' arrives in the capital
Canberra life

Canberra ballerinas enjoy family time as 'The Merry Widow' arrives in the capital

Canberra ballerina Lana Jones is back in the ACT to play the role of Hanna Glawari, the Merry Widow herself.

  • by Bree Winchester
Fashfest running late but still happening, say organisers
Canberra life

Fashfest running late but still happening, say organisers

Canberra's fashion-forward had started to wonder about the future of Fashfest given timelines from previous years were not being adhered to.

  • by Bree Winchester
What's on in the Canberra arts scene, May 26, 2018
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What's on in the Canberra arts scene, May 26, 2018

There's new exhibitions, writer's talks and a chance to aim for the stars.

  • by Karen Hardy
The 7 types of people you find at a public service morning tea
Public service

The 7 types of people you find at a public service morning tea

From the Costco mum to the 'I'm going to eat while the FAS is talking', we detail them all.

  • by Bree Winchester
6 ways to celebrate Reconciliation Day on our new public holiday
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6 ways to celebrate Reconciliation Day on our new public holiday

Our curated list of the best ways to celebrate Reconciliation Day in the capital.

  • by Bree Winchester