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Why queues for women’s toilets are longer than men’s

Why queues for women’s toilets are longer than men’s

There are a lot of reasons.

  • by Lisel O'Dwyer

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A pure heart: Lucinda gives up birthday presents to donate to Vinnies
Canberra

A pure heart: Lucinda gives up birthday presents to donate to Vinnies

Would your six, seven or eight-year-old ask their friends to donate to charity rather than give them a birthday present?

  • by Megan Doherty
History dug up in front yard of Narrabundah house
Canberra

History dug up in front yard of Narrabundah house

So how did almost 100-year-old street signs from Civic end up buried in a Narrabundah front yard?

  • by Megan Doherty
Bunnings stores having sausage sizzle for drought relief on Friday
Canberra

Bunnings stores having sausage sizzle for drought relief on Friday

All money raised will go to the Buy a Bale campaign.

RSPCA Cupcake Day launches on Saturday - with free cupcakes!
Canberra

RSPCA Cupcake Day launches on Saturday - with free cupcakes!

More than 1000 cupcakes will be given away at South.Point on Saturday.

It gets a bad rap, but Charnwood is one of our most caring suburbs
Canberra

It gets a bad rap, but Charnwood is one of our most caring suburbs

It has for so long been a byword for lack of privilege and community disconnection, no matter how far the stereotype sits from the truth.

  • by Megan Doherty
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Nostalgia isn't what it used to be
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Nostalgia isn't what it used to be

For some only way is forward - loving the past is at best soft-headedness. But good luck to anyone who wants to stop people celebrating having lived.

  • by James Hughes
'She was frightened for her life': St John's Care helps young woman
Canberra

'She was frightened for her life': St John's Care helps young woman

St John's Care in Canberra has helped a young pregnant woman escape extreme domestic violence.

  • by Megan Doherty
ActewAGL's go-to man Paul Walshe farewells company after 37 years
Canberra

ActewAGL's go-to man Paul Walshe farewells company after 37 years

"Walshie'' says he still has a lot to give even though some in the company have made him feel he's past it.

  • by Megan Doherty
Louise celebrates 20 years of progress after life-changing accident
Canberra

Louise celebrates 20 years of progress after life-changing accident

On June 27, 1998, Louise Ellery suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident. Twenty years later, she says life is "fantastic''.

  • by Megan Doherty
Rat of Tobruk John Fleming marks 99th birthday at Giralang Primary
Canberra

Rat of Tobruk John Fleming marks 99th birthday at Giralang Primary

Mr Fleming says the secret to a long life is just "a case of you really want to live''.

  • by Megan Doherty