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Flip Out these school holidays

By 30 September 2014 2
Flip Out Hume

As school holidays kick off this week, there’s plenty for parents and children to love about Hume indoor trampoline arena Flip Out. With giant trampolines, foam pits and n...

Local band SAFIA up for a Channel V Award

By 1 October 2014

Canberra has, like any other city, a fierce pride among its citizens. I often find myself at parties or in clubs with people from other cities desperately defending it, clinging onto credibility as only someone who truly appreciates Canberra for the art-wealthy city that it is. Explaining that no, i...

Anyone know what happened to Scope?

By 30 September 2014 4

Hi Rioters. Went for a drive up Mount Stromlo over the weekend, thinking I would stop and have a coffee at Scope -- but it appears to be closed. Anyone know what happened there? ...

National Museum of Australia (1/2)- Extract from ‘A Case for Ghosts (Part 9)

By 30 September 2014

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 peo...

Witnesses sought to suspicious fires

By 30 September 2014

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to six separate fires which occurred last night and early this morning (Tuesday, September 30). Overnight, police were notified of a number of ...

Local Sports Wrap – 27th and 28th September

By 30 September 2014

FUTSAL: Futsal Premier League The men’s Futsal Premier League season began Friday week ago, and Monaro Panthers Green and Untouchables began their respective campaigns wit...

What’s the background video on ABC news?

By 29 September 2014 3

It looks like it's been taken from an impossible vantage point.  Like a crane or a drone....

Drink driver caught after collision with fence

By 29 September 2014

ACT Policing has charged a 28-year-old Charnwood man with drink driving and reckless driving offences after a collision in Macgregor on Saturday morning (September 27). About 4.50am, Belconnen Patrol members attended a residence in Marcus Faunce Street, Macgregor, following a report of a male tre...

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Weekend Cafe Hot Spot: Little Oink, Cook Shops

By 16 August 2014 1

For the next stop on my tour of suburban cafes I decided to head north and check out Little Oink, a new addition to the Cook Shops. Little Oink opened in April this year and...

Dickson man nabbed in stolen van

By 15 August 2014 1

A 36-year-old Dickson man, found early this morning in a stolen van in Mitchell, will appear before the ACT Magistrates Court this afternoon (August 15) charged with multiple property offences and drive while unlicensed. Early this morning members of Gungahlin Patrol were driving on Flemington Ro...

Grumpy Little Manny - New Single from Sparrow-Folk

By 15 August 2014

Sparrow-Folk have a follow up song to their viral hit Ruin Your Day: a hilarious song on sexual politics called Grumpy Little Manny. If there first song got you talking, this will leave you speechless and WARNING it does contain mature content so you might want to play it away from the kids. ...

7.30 ACT - what to expect from tonight's program

By 15 August 2014

7.30 ACT on the ABC Friday August 15th Asbestos House – A family suit up to go back into their Mr Fluffy house to rescue objects prior to demolition. They think the Gov...

Merry Maker Sisters Recipe Share: Paleo Raw Chocolate Raspberry Cake

By 15 August 2014 3

Local girls Emma and Carla Papas, also known as The Merry Maker Sisters, share one of their favourite paleo recipes with us this week. Just in time for the weekend with a nice cup...

Consultation starts on draft plan for endangered wallaby

By 15 August 2014

A new action plan for the endangered brush-tailed rock-wallaby will better help the species recover from near extinction, Minister for the Environment, Simon Corbell, said today. “Action plans protect local species by outlining strategies for their appropriate identification, protection, surviv...

Canberra cabbage cravings

By 15 August 2014 5

Do you have a history with cabbage? Thankfully, I don't have any of the horrid soggy cabbage memories so many people have from childhood. I know cabbage as a versatile, tasty a...

The opaque Omnibus Draft Territory Plan Variation

By 15 August 2014 3

You might have missed it. There's a slew of changes coming under an 'omnibus' draft variation to the Territory Plan. So what? I hear you say. It's just looking at rezoning four public housing sites: Stuart Flats, Griffith Gowrie Court, Narrabundah Red Hill Flats, Red Hill Strathgordon C...

Looking for Underwater Metal Detector

By 15 August 2014 4

Hello, does anyone know if there is a place in Canberra region that has underwater metal detectors available to hire, specifically for personal usage? I haven't had much luck using google search. Any information would be greatly appreciated!...

The Serious Side of Dating

By 15 August 2014 4

While talking about dating can either tickle the funny bone or hit a raw nerve on some, when it comes to taking your pursuits online keeping yourself protected is a serious bus...

$1 million in forfeited criminal assets used for the benefit of the ACT commu

By 15 August 2014 5

The Canberra community has now reaped more than $1 million in benefits from the ACT's Confiscated Assets Trust Fund. An extra $446,000 in funding announced today by Attorney-General, Simon Corbell, pushed the total amount delivered under the program over the $1 million mark. "Since 2009, I h...

Israeli Film Festival - your chance to win a double pass

By 15 August 2014 1

The Australia Israel Cultural Exchange (AICE) is teaming with Palace Cinemas to present the AICE Israeli Film Festival. The Festival comes to Canberra 19th-31st August, showin...

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