Insitec was founded in 2001 with a goal to providing the best possible IT services for the small to medium business and government sectors of Canberra.
Insitec supplies businesses and government agencies with a wide range of hosting solutions to suit any IT requirement. Insitec can provide hosting for business servers, sharepoint servers and [...]
There are many reasons why Mail Boxes ETC (MBE) Manuka continues to steadily grow its business but the primary one is the trust of their customers.
MBE Manuka provides a range of professional business services focusing on small to medium-sized businesses.
Contact them if you need design, printing and copying (digital and offset), private mailboxes, virtual [...]
Let me say upfront that I am a Business Coach, and I hope that this doesn’t scare people off from the start. Coaching is an industry that has strong levels of opinion one way or the other depending on people’s experiences or views. We aren’t all bad, and we aren’t for everyone (just as [...]
ATTENTION CAR BUYERS: Head to Canberra Toyota this Thursday, Friday and Saturday for our Biggest Monster Sale!
New cars from $15,000 drive away. All 2011 vehicles slashed!
Over 200 Used Cars – Sedans, Hatches Utes and Four Wheel Drives from only $5000!
PLUS with every car sold you’ll receive a Window Tint and DVD Player absolutely FREE
The Biggest [...]
One of the unpronounceable buzz words struggling past peoples lips over the last 4 years has been Choku Bai Jo. Choku Bai Jo means ‘Direct Selling Place’ in Japanese, and that is exactly what the Pentony Family sought to – and have achieved – since the first store opened in North Lyneham in February 2008. [...]
Kate Prior, Managing Director of face2face Recruitment (f2f) opened a 100% Australian, locally owned business in 2005. Kate felt that there was the space for a boutique style agency, where the focus was still on people and providing a service.
face2face provide staff to Government (APS2-6/EL1-2) and the Private Sector, covering ICT, Administration, Finance, HR, [...]
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First Class Accounts Dickson is a full service bookkeeping corporation serving a wide range of industry types. Our services are ideal for organisations who do not have the time or background to handle accounting functions
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Next month, the Art Gallery of NSW will farewell Picasso: masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris.
The exhibition features some 150 paintings, drawings and sculptures from the Musée National Picasso in Paris. These are ‘Picasso’s Picassos’ – the works he kept in his own possession, which only after his death in 1973 were given to [...]
[ 2 March, 2012 to 10 March, 2012. ]
As part of the ENLIGHTEN festival over four nights Questacon — The National Science and Technology is offering exclusive after hours performances and talks. Tickets are priced from $10-$15 and are available for purchase through Ticketek.
Friday 2 March
Music Today – How do you play it that way?
Top Australian DJ/Producer Tom Piper Ministry of Sound [...]
Most people understand the importance of road safety. After all, it is something that can potentially affect all of us. If you want to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem, this is your chance to seek funding to make the solution happen. You might have a good [...]
[ 17 December, 2011 to 23 December, 2011. ]
1601 is the name of a bare penthouse apartment perched high above the lake, as well as an ephemeral exhibition happening there this week.
In a concrete shell with sublime views hangs 50 works by prestigious local artists. Stacked on milk-crates and immersed in natural light, this industrial-style exhibition achieves three purposes:
- to exhibit and [...]
With hot weather on the way and energy prices continuing to rise, it’s time to install solar panels and save hundreds of dollars a year in energy bills.
And you can now buy quality solar panels from a locally-based company that has been operating in Canberra since 2004 and have them installed by reliable, accredited installers. [...]
If you don’t know where your money goes each week, you’re not alone. Most people have no idea what happens to their money.
Focus Your Money is your very own money coach. Come to us and learn where your surplus money goes. Then use our tools to take control of your own finances.
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[ 5 November, 2011 to 6 November, 2011. ] [We have six double packs of Canberra Wine to give away to our Premium Members as part of the festival. To win either be a premium member or upgrade your membership and let us know via the contact form that you'd like to be in the draw before 5pm, 5 November 2011]
Canberra District Wineries [...]
Cricket fans are especially spoilt for choice in Canberra this summer with several National and International cricket events to be held at Manuka Oval. The inaugural Festival of Cricket sees the NSW Speedblitz Blues taking on Tasmania in a one-dayer and test match, and Cricket Australia’s Chairman’s XI battling India in an event that should [...]
Canberra’s newest property, the Burbury Hotel, is the first in Australia to redefine the guest experience using Apple’s Mac-Mini®-based hospitality platform for delivery of an IPTV solution from Square-i International.
The in-room IPTV solution, developed by Square-i International, offers guests full Mac computer functionality, iPod, iPad and iPhone-docking, high definition TV, Foxtel®, play-your-own CDs/DVDs, pay-per-view movies, [...]
The good, soaking rain we’ve had over the last couple of weeks has fared well for The National Arboretum, which will be hosting its first major cultural event – the inaugural Voices in the Forest concert.
We’ve had a few tongue in cheek comments on RiotACT describing the Arboretum concert as ‘Voices of the Nascent [...]
[ 30 October, 2011 to 5 November, 2011. ]
Canberra’s first regional week long celebration, Woden Alive, will see the Woden Valley community and everything it has to offer on display from Oct 30 – Nov 5. Woden Alive is an exciting new initiative that takes place at various venues and businesses throughout the Woden Valley and climaxes at the Woden Valley Festival on [...]
3 Days, 4 Stages, Over 75 Bands and DJs, Camping, Bars, Markets, Swimming areas.
Located on the grounds of Goolabri Resort and Golf club, literally only 9mins from Dickson.
Camping will be available for free for ticket holders. If Camping isn’t your cup of tea , then buses will be running to and from the [...]
For the Sportscraft Spring Summer 2011 collection, colour is here! One of the hottest spring trends worldwide, Sportscraft have embraced this fashion phenomenon and captured the essence of a vibrant new season.
The season launches with a beautiful palette of cosmetic tones, ranging from warm neutrals through to strong blushes and watermelons. And to compliment, a [...]
You want to be your own boss and now you’re wondering just how to get the business rolling. William Willems, Regional Vice President at Regus, who’s Canberra business centre at City West Tower on London Circuit houses many start-ups, shares some top tips for anyone starting a new business.
For entrepreneurs and small business owners, image [...]
Floriade NightFest will serve up five fun-filled evenings of movies, food and wine, comedy, bustling night markets and beautiful blooms—all illuminated by spectacular lighting.
Pack a picnic and head for the giant outdoor screen to watch The Social Network (M) on 28 September, Julie & Julia (PG) on 29 September, Bran Nue Dae (PG) on 30 [...]
You go to work every day. You work long hours and you end up losing most of your pay in tax. Australians are among the highest taxed people in the world and its getting worse every day. The average Australian works more than six months of the year just to pay the tax man! Not [...]
To All Solar Free Clients
Thank you for been part of the Solar Free journey, while we continue to grow our brand. Your business is very much appreciated and while some of you are still clients of Solar Free, a very few number of our clients have experienced delays and left us due to various reasons [...]
The National Arboretum Canberra continues its evolution into a national attraction as it prepares to hold its first major community concert on a grand scale on Saturday 12 November 2011.
Voices in the Forest, a Broadway and operatic concert, will feature internationally acclaimed singers and local talent against the stunning backdrop of the Arboretum and unique [...]
Skate in The City, Canberra’s own open air ice rink has been wowing the crowds since it opened just over a week ago. With over 300m2 of ice-skating rink in Garema Place is the place to be seen and the centre of winter frolicking for Canberra in 2011. With up to seven skating sessions a [...]
[ 8 July, 2011; 11:00 am; ]
In celebration of NAIDOC Week, CSIRO’s Dr Cass Hunter will deliver the 2011 Jack Cusack Memorial Lecture, named for CSIRO’s longest serving Indigenous staff member.
Jack Cusack was an expert botanist who, working from CSIRO’s Darwin Laboratory, made an extremely valuable contribution to Australia’s research effort in the north over three decades, and his spirit in [...]
From 8 July, 2011: Out of the West – art of Western Australia from the national collections.
Out of the West is the first survey exhibition outside Western Australia to present a large sample of western Australian art from pre-settlement until today.
Works by established early artists, Robert Dale, Thomas Turner, and Kathleen O’Connor, as [...]
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Thursday 9 June 12.45 pm
The passion and poetry of football in painting
Artist Ivan Durrant discusses his paintings On the bench 2006 and Power 2007.
Free | Contemporary Australian gallery
Friday 10 June 10.00–11.00 am
Art and me
ages 2–4, to be accompanied
Join Gallery educators and voluntary guides on an interactive [...]
Experience Shakespeare’s most loved romantic comedy. With its unique charm and quick wit, Bell Shakespeare’s production of Much Ado About Nothing takes place in Sicily in the 1950’s against a backdrop of iron rules of behavior, family pride, vendettas and the notion of male honour.
Claudio and Hero are deeply in love. Beatrice and Benedick are [...]
As I am sure you are all aware, recently the Government has implemented “tougher drink driving laws” making fundamental changes to eligibility for restricted licences and allowing police to hand out on the spot licence suspensions. Whilst these changes may appeal to some members of the public, who are on the “tougher on crime” bandwagon, [...]
Malcolm Wybrow from Wybrow & Associates is a Financial Planner who specializes in personal insurance and he says his job is to get you “the best insurance cover for your needs.” As you read on you will discover how good insurance cover is paramount to maintaining a happy lifestyle, free from worries about the [...]