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'We just want our memories back': Perth newlyweds left devastated after wedding photographer goes into liquidation

'We just want our memories back': Perth newlyweds left devastated after wedding photographer goes into liquidation

Perth newlyweds have been left in the dark after one of Perth's major wedding videography and photography companies suddenly closed down.

  • by Heather McNeill

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Appeal to scoop the archive of 'Mr Front Page'
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Appeal to scoop the archive of 'Mr Front Page'

The State Library is seeking donations to raise $75,000 to buy the archive of legendary Age photographer Bruce Postle.

  • by Carolyn Webb
Face of empathy: Jacinda Ardern photo resonates worldwide after attack
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Face of empathy: Jacinda Ardern photo resonates worldwide after attack

The photo has been shared thousands of times, showing the New Zealand Prime Minister, dressed in a hijab, meeting Christchurch's Muslim community.

  • by Glenn McConnell
How to take the best fireworks pictures at Skyfire
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How to take the best fireworks pictures at Skyfire

Canberra Times photographer Sitthixay Ditthavong offers his tips for taking the best photos at this year's Skyfire.

  • by Sitthixay Ditthavong
Bush capital to the Big Apple: Canberrans making their mark in New York
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Bush capital to the Big Apple: Canberrans making their mark in New York

Ever wondered what it's like moving from the bush to an actual (concrete) jungle? These creative twenty-somethings tell their tale.

  • by Serena Coady
'Use your photos to tell a story': How to take the best Balloon Spectacular pictures
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'Use your photos to tell a story': How to take the best Balloon Spectacular pictures

We asked two popular Canberra Instagrammers for their tips on how to take the best photos at Canberra's Balloon Spectacular

  • by Jasper Lindell
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Arbus and West mere mouthpieces for Sewell's 'ideas' play
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Arbus and West mere mouthpieces for Sewell's 'ideas' play

The contrasting characters of Mae West and Diane Arbus are reduced to just vehicles for what the playwright wants to convey.

  • by Cameron Woodhead