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Future Transport in Belconnen – BCC September Forum

By 16 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

[ 16 September 2014 at 7:30 pm; ] The September 2014 Belconnen Community Council Public Forum will be held at:

7.30pm, Tuesday 16 September 2014 in the
Community Room above the Belconnen Library
Chandler Street, Belconnen

The meeting will commence with Council business and a brief update on amendments to the BCC Constitution.

“Future Transport in Belconnen”.

Capital Metro representatives will discuss light rail Stage 2 and beyond, [...]

Westbourne Woods and the Brickworks- Extract from ‘A Case for Ghosts’ (Part 7)

By 16 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

History has shown us that ghosts and the supernatural seem to be commonplace and that a large percentage of people in the western world, indeed from all races and religions, not only believe in ghosts but have also experienced something that they believe is of a supernatural origin. Indeed, many people have reported the same [...]

Westfield FFA Cup live in Canberra tomorrow night

By 15 September 2014 FEATURED ARTICLE
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[ 16 September 2014 at 7:30 pm; ]

Tickets are selling fast for the big Westfield FFA Cup clash tomorrow night. Tickets are available at Ticketek. We recommend to pre-purchase and to arrive early (Gates open at 6pm) for your convenience. Tickets sales topped 1000 within a day of going on sale!

Local Canberra football club Tuggeranong United FC will be playing [...]

Trying something new with Bloody Lips

By 15 September 2014 FEATURED ARTICLE
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Bloody Lips (words of passion spoken and sung) was my first experience of Performance Poetry. Held at the Monster Kitchen and Bar at NewActon on Sunday afternoon, I’m not sure what drew me to it, but it seemed like a pretty cool thing to do.
The event was MC’d by 2013 Australian Poetry Slam Champion, CJ [...]

Couples Don’t Talk

By 15 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

Smiths Alternative Bookshop is emerging as one of the artistic venues in Canberra – supporting emerging and established local talent.
Domenic Mico the owner of Smiths is putting his all into getting unique shows up and running. He has  supported the likes of  ‘Blokes Don’t Talk’  and is now directing “Couples Don’t Talk,” 5 plays  written [...]

Canberra Blues Society Monthly Blues Jam

By 14 September 2014

[ 21 September 2014 at 2:00 pm; ] Our host band this month is Judi Pearce & The Arrangement (JPA); a 6 piece ensemble featuring strong rhythmic interpretations of jazz, blues & contemporary songs laced with powerful vocal & sax melodies.

Lead vocalist, Judi Pearce has won multiple awards including the 2006 Chain Awards, Australian Blues Vocalist of the Year & the Canberra Blues [...]

Michael Buhagiar Cup Trivia Night – Supporting Lifeline Canberra and RUOK?Day

By 13 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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[ 19 September 2014 at 6:30 pm; ]

Tammi Horton, Canberra City & Suburban Cricket Association & Last Man Stands Canberra T20 Cricket have come together over the last two years to raise awareness of suicide prevention in the ACT region.  The running the Michael Buhagiar Cup T20 Winter Cricket competition and annual trivia night and auction has raised just over $10,000 for [...]

CRDL 2014 Double Header Round Three

By 12 September 2014

[ 20 September 2014 at 4:00 pm; ] CRDL’s Third double header - Saturday, 20th September

The CRDL home season is rolling on with unstoppable force, with the third double-header of the season and the last before the final, set to take place on the 20th of September. This home season is continuing to prove that in derby, anything can happen, with last season’s standings completely reversed. At the most [...]

What’s on this weekend? 13th and 14th September 2014

By 12 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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As we approach another weekend and Spring takes a firm hold in the form of Floriade, we have a few tips for what’s on around town.
A few ideas from our team:
Amy Birchall will be watching the Molonglo Juggernauts Women’s AFL team play in their first ever grand final this Sunday against Queanbeyan, 12pm Sunday at [...]

Let’s go on a date… to Floriade!

By 12 September 2014 FEATURED ARTICLE
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Date night is approaching and it’s time to mix it up a little. Yes Floriade might seem the most dreaded place to go on a date, it’s full of people, kids and people. Not romantic right? Wrong..
Floriade has a heap of experiences you can use to your advantage and swing a fun date night (or [...]

Iconic photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue

By 12 September 2014

This is a rare chance to see a collection of Lartigue’s iconic images, one of the founders of modern photography.

Italian Film Festival comes to town – win a double pass!

By 12 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Bringing a dash of Mediterranean romance to Canberra from 23rd September to 15th October, the Italian Film Festival’s 15th annual outing will screen 33 show-stopping new features and documentaries and one glamourous classic, showcasing the charisma of Italy’s most engaging actors, from Kim Rossi Stuart, Raoul Bova, Monica Bellucci and Claudio Santamaria to Giovanna Mezzorgiorno, [...]

Public Talk: Tsunami Warning Systems since 26 December 2004

By 11 September 2014

[ 16 October 2014 at 12:00 pm; ] With the tenth anniversary of the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami this coming December, it is timely to reflect on the progress made by Australia and the international community to safeguard nations from this most destructive and cruel geophysical hazard.

This talk will look at the historical development of tsunami warning systems, their existing limitations [...]

The Magic Flute – Opera Australia (Review)

By 11 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Opera Australia’s Indiana Jones-themed production of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” swaps the forest setting for a mysterious tomb in a kid-friendly, accessible staging with amazing singing.
The most striking thing about this production is the adventure serial styling.  This was a savvy design choice: this is a smallish production (regional tours are planned) but the Egyptian [...]

The Keller Sessions with Veronica’s Boyfriend

By 10 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

The Keller Sessions present Veronica’s Boyfriend – Laid back New Orleans style blues and their own alternative groove.
Jeff Prime – blues harp, lead guitar; Sandra Chambers – percussion; Shaun Andrews – vocals, guitar and Sarah Bloustein – violin.
Veronica’s Boyfriend were formed out of the fabulous Bear Busker Sunday afternoon sessions in Filthy McFadden’s (like so [...]

Rolling Along in the Capital

By 10 September 2014 FEATURED ARTICLE
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If you grew up in Canberra in the 90s like I did, chances are you went to the roller skating rink in Erindale at some point. Before I discovered horses I spent every Saturday morning at Skates Alive learning how to roller skate. We’d have an hour lesson which consisted of checking off certain skills [...]

CRDL 2014 Double Header Three

By 10 September 2014

CRDL’s Third double header - Saturday, 20th September
The CRDL home season is rolling on with unstoppable force, with the third double-header of the season, and the last before the final, set to take place on the 20th of September. This home season is continuing to prove that in derby, anything can happen, with last season’s standings completely [...]

Interview: Chenoeh Miller, new director of the 2015 Fringe Festival

By 10 September 2014 FEATURED ARTICLE
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Chenoeh Miller is well-known in Canberra for the work of Little Dove Theatre Art with shows like Six Women Standing In Front Of A White Wall and Cordelia.  She was recently chosen by an independent panel as director of next year’s Canberra Fringe Festival.  Chenoeh sat down with us for a chat about her creative [...]

Kambah Woolshed- Extract from ‘A Case for Ghosts’ (Part 6)

By 9 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

History has shown us that ghosts and the supernatural seem to be commonplace and that a large percentage of people in the western world, indeed from all races and religions, not only believe in ghosts but have also experienced something that they believe is of a supernatural origin. Indeed, many people have reported the same [...]

North, ICBM and Meche closes its doors

By 9 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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I was out for dinner Saturday night and walked past the famous night club strip on Northboure Ave to notice that iconic bar Meche (The old Private Bin), ICBM and North Bar are all up for lease.
After some investigation I was loosely informed that the owner of the bar had a dispute with the Sydney [...]

Game of Zombies – Canberra Roller Derby League Trivia Night

By 8 September 2014 FEATURED ARTICLE
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Canberra Roller Derby League has been having a lot of success with its popular (and very nerdy) trivia night fundraisers.  Earlier this year our team “William Shatnerface” tied first at their Star Wars trivia night only to lose the physical challenge tie-breaker.  It seemed a bit unfair to subject people who are distinguished for their [...]

Budding Playwrights Sought for Christmas Show

By 7 September 2014

Script submissions are invited for a season of short plays to be performed 13-17 December at the Ralph Wilson Theatre, Gorman House Arts Centre. 
The Christmas-themed event is the fourth offering this year from Budding Theatre, a company founded by Kirsty Budding, 24, to stage new works with a focus on artistic collaboration, philanthropy, and accessibility for a range of [...]

Treat yo’self to help prevent youth suicide in the ACT

By 7 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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[ 9 September 2014 at 6:00 pm; ]

Youth in ACTion for Suicide Prevention will launch Treat yo’self, a local initiative to help prevent youth suicide by increasing self-care behaviour, on September 9, in time for World Suicide Prevention Day. Coinciding with the launch, Youth in ACTion for Suicide Prevention will light up Telstra Tower yellow from September 8-14, to help bring attention [...]

We cannot be proud of our literacy levels

By 6 September 2014

[ 9 September 2014 at 5:30 pm; ] Do you know anyone who may have difficulties in reading and writing? Wouldn’t it be great to help them dramatically improve their reading and writing to boost their retention of information and to build confidence in themselves for achieving this with very little effort?

To celebrate the National Literacy and Numeracy Week and the International Literacy [...]

Intergenerational Crime: Can we break the cycle? (A free community forum)

By 6 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

[ 30 September 2014 at 5:30 pm; ] ANU Prisoners Advocacy (ANUPA) presents its annual free public forum. This year we are tackling the issue of intergenerational crime. Have you ever wanted to know:

How is criminal behaviour perpetuated within family lines?
How are children shaped by the criminal decisions of their family?
Does being a victim of crime as a child mean you are more [...]

7.30 ACT – what to expect from tonight’s program

By 5 September 2014
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7.30 ACT on the ABC
Friday September 5th

A Place for Cars? A proposal that Garema Place be reopened to traffic.
Howard’s Way – John Howard’s view of the Menzies era. Too partisan to be impartial?
Mason Swansong – Bruce Mason retires from the Australian Institute of Sport – its glory days being over.
Germination– a cooperative venture between Greening [...]

Gungahlin Community Council AGM

By 5 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

[ 10 September 2014 at 7:30 pm; ] The Gunghalin Community Council will hold its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 10th September at the Gungahlin Library from 7.30pm.

All Gunghalin residents are encouraged to attend this meeting where all Executive and Committee positions will be declared vacant.

AGENDA

7.30 Opening and Welcome.
Apologies.
Minutes of previous AGM held on 11 September 2013.
Presentation of President’s Report for 2013-2014.
Presentation of [...]

Spring Superheroes – School Holiday Drama Program

By 5 September 2014

CYT’s School Holiday Program for 7 – 12 year olds

Topical Childrens Songs by Local Artist

By 5 September 2014

I bet you have heard the song “Big Red Car” and “Hot Potato”, but have you heard “Boys Like Pink Too!” or “Completely Naked Beans”? These are just two of the fun, clever and original Childrens’ songs written by local singer/songwriter Derryth Nash. Recently described as having the voice of an angel and gigging locally [...]

What’s on this weekend? 6th and 7th September 2014

By 5 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Our first weekend of Spring and as I write this the sun is shining and birds are singing. This may be short-lived given the forecast of showers, but for now I can talk myself into a beautiful weekend. So, what are some of the best ways to make the most of it?
A few [...]

High Fidelity: rock musical auditions

By 4 September 2014

Phoenix Players have announced auditions for their next show, the rock musical High Fidelity.
Based on the novel by Nick Hornby and the Touchstone Pictures Film, featuring original music by the composer of Next to Normal.
Rob, a slacker thirty-something record store owner, has just been dumped by his girlfriend Laura. In an attempt to figure out [...]

Bach Mass in B Minor by The Song Company

By 4 September 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

[ 19 October 2014 at 3:00 pm; 23 October 2014 at 7:00 pm; 25 October 2014 at 6:00 pm; ] In a rare soloistic performance, the singers of The Song Company and Ironwood Chamber Ensemble will combine to present Johann Sebastian Bach’s magnificent Mass in B Minor featuring one voice per part vocal scoring. Widely regarded as the Mount Everest of vocal music, this work is usually performed with a mass choir – The Song [...]

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