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Weekend garage sale guide (7th and 8th March)

By 6 March 2015

To include your listing in an upcoming allclassifieds Canberra weekend garage sale guide, upload your garage sale details for free on Friday 6 Marc...

A Look Around Canberra: Hackett

By 6 March 2015
Hackett Shops

With leafy streets, an oval of bounding dogs, quirky characters and bustling businesses, the suburb of Hackett harbours a unique and vibrant community. The suburb was named aft...

What’s on this weekend? 7th and 8th March

By 5 March 2015 3

The Night Noodle Markets and Enlighten continue, but it’s the kick off of the Canberra Balloon Spectacular that has us excited for this long weekend. Canberra’s skies wi...

Top historic Canberra sights you’ve never visited

By 5 March 2015 4
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Canberra is well known for the Australian War Memorial, Parliament House and Lake Burley Griffin, but I’ve also recently come across some lesser known sights across the capital s...

Podcast: ScienceAlerts journey to 6.4 million Facebook likes

By 6 March 2015
Startup Capital podcast

The Startup Capital is a locally produced, biweekly podcast discussing startups and innovation.  In this episode, ScienceAlert's Journey to 6.4 million Facebook likes, Mitch a...

The Guitar Cases host March Blues Jam

By 6 March 2015
guitar cases band

The Guitar Cases band create their own brew of laidback outlaw country and folk influenced blues. Don't just expect to hear hypnotic riffs, blues-tinged licks, solos, and st...

Seeking Inward Bound ANU runners

By 6 March 2015

Looking for those mildly crazy people who have run in the ANU's Inward Bound Event over the years.... Unfortunately, there hasn't been a great record of who ran, where end p...

Dart boards in pubs in Canberra, little help?

By 5 March 2015 4

Hi guys, I have some friends staying with me over the weekend, one of whom is a mad fan of playing darts and has asked me to help him out finding a place to relieve his need...

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School zones are back

By 21 July 2008 7

John Hargreaves is reminding us that school holidays have come to an end. The upshot of which is the 40km zones around schools are back in force, so you need to slow down....

Another $100k, this time for community-based environment projects

By 21 July 2008

The Chief Minister has just announced the lucky recipients of a slice of $100,000 in government money for community based environmentalism. We seem to be seeing a lot of $100,000 chunks sloshing around. Anyway the winners are: Desexing to Avoid Feral Cats - RSPCA (ACT) Inc. This project seeks...

What ever happened to Ginninderra Falls????

By 21 July 2008 22

Ginninderra Falls? I remember 20 years ago walking down to the falls and hiring canoes to paddle about in the cool, deep waters. The park featured picnic with tables and barbecues, a nature walk trail and walk down to the river, lookouts, and an animal park. Canoes, kayaks, mountain bikes were...

Building industry held up by new approval regime?

By 21 July 2008 8

In the Canberra Times Graham Downie is taking a poke at the strife builders are in with holdups to so called Class 10a structures. Apparently things like decks and pergolas are taking up to three months to get approval, where once it was done in a day. The builders are taking a hit with a ga...

Julia in the Green room - 25 July

By 20 July 2008 2

One of Canberra's most talented singer-songwriters is breaking in a new guitarist on Friday night with Margaret Helen King and Brannan. Highly recommended. ...

A prophet not without honour, except in her own city

By 20 July 2008 50

Let's talk about Brigitte. I'm sure that if Canberra could choose its own representative in the Big Brother house it would have been a stern intellectual brunette with a whiff of the dominatrix and possibly a pair of leather pants. Or maybe that's just me. What we got was Brigitte, a 21 yea...

Review: Strike a Pose

By 20 July 2008

Strike a Pose at the National Archives is one of the hundred exhibitions making up the VIVID photography festival around the city until October 12. The exhibition shows the evolving fashions in Australia of the 1960s and 70s, with mostly photos taken by government photographers as well as several...

Trimming down the bride...

By 20 July 2008 107

I need some advice. A niece is counting down to her marriage ceremony (6 months). Problem: Unfortunately, there is no other discription than that the lass is obese. Probably inclined to help herself, but no real improvement from current efforts. Parents, though concerned and applying pre...

Raiders trump rorters

By 20 July 2008 3

The Terrorgraph brings word of a fine Raiders victory in the driving rain at Canberra Stadium, running out 34-12. So how do die hard Raiders supporters feel if the fairweather fans start turning up again?...

Breakfast Review: Cafe Injoy At Gold Creek ***

By 20 July 2008 14

Weekend breakfast at Cafe Injoy is not for the faint hearted. Breakfasting barns seem to be increasingly popular in this town and Injoy have honed the art. After navigating hordes of screaming kids and ducking past the constantly scurrying staff you will, if lucky, get into a long queue which...

Want to blossom tantrically?

By 20 July 2008 17

Ladies, for a mere $155 you too could spend a day at the Griffith shops next Saturday learning how to unlock your inner orgasm. The course is being offered by Martina Hughes who is apparently an expert in restoring "your connection to energy, love, and the people around you". From the event's ...

Canberra seafood.

By 20 July 2008 33

Just to let you know most seafood caught on NSW Coast is sent to Sydney and Melbourne fish markets after which they are distributed by wholesalers in major towns which basically means Canberra gets very good quality and variety of seafood before a lot of the towns along the coast. Lot of the se...

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