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The Australian Ballet School showcases its rising stars

The Australian Ballet School showcases its rising stars

Six choreographers have worked on Showcase 2018 to produce a wide range of works.

  • by Michelle Potter

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Morning Glory brings a breakfast twist
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Morning Glory brings a breakfast twist

It's all about taking everything we love about a night out and serving it for breakfast.

  • by Karen Hardy
No chance to be lazy at new Baby Su
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No chance to be lazy at new Baby Su

The brainchild of the team behind Braddon’s Lazy Su, Baby Su is the latest addition to the No Name Lane precinct.

  • by Karen Hardy
A field of 62,000 poppies brings communities together
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A field of 62,000 poppies brings communities together

A small team of Canberra volunteers have made more than 5000 poppies for a special project.

  • by Karen Hardy
Giant kangaroo, joey find permanent home in Throsby
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Giant kangaroo, joey find permanent home in Throsby

A giant sculpture commissioned by the ACT government for Floriade last year has been permanently installed in a park.

  • by Blake Foden
Serena should save the fight for things that really matter
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Serena should save the fight for things that really matter

If the world's greatest tennis player wants to fight for women's rights, she should look at the bigger picture and not just her own games.

  • by Karen Hardy
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Astrophotography in Canberra: the best dark sky locations
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Astrophotography in Canberra: the best dark sky locations

Three local photographers reveal the city's best spots for stargazing and capturing nightscapes.

  • by Serena Coady
Litbits September 15 2018
Canberra

Litbits September 15 2018

Literary news and events in Canberra.

  • by Ron Cerabona
Tonnes of hay relief for farmers
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Tonnes of hay relief for farmers

Drought stricken farmers in the greater Goulburn area receive 200 tonnes (450 bales) of donated hay at the Goulburn showgrounds. The hay was carried by barge across Bass Strait from Tasmania to Victoria. 13 semi-trailers collected the hay in Victoria delivered it to Goulburn.

Could you be Canberra's poetry slam champion?
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Could you be Canberra's poetry slam champion?

BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT! is Canberra’s monthly poetry slam and occurs the third Wednesday of every month at Smiths Alternative.

Putting a touch of magic into everyday reality
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Putting a touch of magic into everyday reality

Kirily Hammond's exhibition Lowlands at Beaver Galleries employs high romanticism with touches of the sublime to tackle suburban reality.

  • by Sasha Grishin