These signs have sprung up around the entrances to the new building at 121 Marcus Clarke St lately, and they’ve got me a little confused.
All I can think is that either the building throws special shadows with enough mass to cause people to trip over, or there’s been a spate of people being followed very [...]
[First filed: Oct 19, 2010 @ 10:16]
‘ACT4GWS’, Canberra’s bid to partner with AFL’s newest franchise, Team GWS, is calling on the Canberra community for one last show of support as it looks to secure its target of 5,000 $50 pledges.
As of this morning, ‘ACT4GWS’ has secured 4,879 pledges with a small number of pledge books [...]
We have moved from interstate recently and have struggled to find a store/providore who sells tasty greek yoghurt with a variety of flavours.
Any suggestions would be great?
Hi, I was sent a brochure for some walks called Acton walkways. As I work in Civic and some walks were on at lunchtime, I thought give them a try. They are fabulous. Not too much exercise involved, but you do get to know the culture and history of our unique and wonderful city.
I have [...]
I’ve just got an e-mail to say that Cirque du Soleil are coming back to Oz with their show Saltimbanco next year .
But Canberra is missing out
Given their popularity on previous visits, I can only assume the space behind the National Library is no longer available…?
[ 9 October 2010; ]
If you love to dress up and have fun join us for a Magical evening of fun, fantasy, music and entertainment. So don your masks and costumes and be transported to another time and place!!
Where: Top of the Cross, Southern Cross Club, Corinna Street, Woden, ACT
Tickets: Meal & Show – $52, Show Only – $25
Thanks to Buzzy for letting us know that Canberra’s low profile Member for Fraser, Andrew Leigh, is speaking at the Festival of Dangerous ideas on “Why Canberra is the best city in Australia”:
Since the publication of Robert Putnam’s Bowling Alone, the concept of social connectedness has been a vital tool for understanding how we live [...]
Anyone living in Goulburn? What’s it like for a young family?
And do you think commuting to Canberra 4days a week manageable?
Looking forward to hearing some feedback :)
Can anyone recommend a good psychologist for depression / relationship issues?
And a good psychiatrist for depression / emotional issues?
Thank you very much for your time.
The ACT Business Woman of the Year for 2010, Kate Sykes, has told ABC News that the Federal Government needs to implement policies that make childcare cheaper. With childcare centres costing over $75 per child, per day in Canberra, it’s not hard to see why a parent with a low income job struggles to justify [...]
Would anyone be able to advise me of a place in Canberra that offers courses in Silversmithing?
I am looking at the ANU right now but I don’t really want to go through the process of trying to enroll in a degree/diploma when I am only interested in doing practical units. Any ideas?
This list I found [...]
[ 15 September 2010 9:01 am to 22 October 2010 9:01 am. ]
We are giving one lucky Canberra MC or group the once in a lifetime opportunity to open a show for Grammy Award winning hip hop legends Bone Thugs-N-Harmony live in Canberra!
Plus as a bonus the winning act will get free entry to the after party of the year!
Help us find the best hip hop [...]
long time reader, very occasional poster here.
I may in the position soon where I will have the opportunity to move back to Canberra after about 10 years of living in the UK (near London). Has anyone else made a similar move? If so, how was it?
Will I still like Canberra after so long? [...]
[First filed: Sep 6, 2010 @ 9:35]
[Proof drivers can achieve tight groupings over time]
I do not want the Canberra Chronicle delivered. The only reason it is delivered free is because it makes enough revenue from advertisers to be economically feasible to publish and deliver.
My reasons are: – the cost to cut the trees down, [...]
[Photo by The Consumerist.]
A friend of mine is writing a play called “The Ikea Monologues” based on the idea that when a person finds themselves in Ikea buying furniture it’s often the result of a major personal trauma.
My own conviction that Ikea is a prelude to hell was confirmed a couple of years ago [...]
A strange travel guide to Canberra.
What did they miss?
Hi, my name is Wendy.:)
I am currently studying media at the University of Canberra, and I am seeking for some people who are interested in being part of my film project (this is my last year and I’m making a major film product until the end of November).
I’d like to interview some of [...]
The Eureka Prize is Australia’s highest science award, and this year the awards for two categories have gone to Canberra scientists working out of ANU and one working out of UC (quotes below from the respective uni media releases).
David Lindemayer won the prize for Environmental Research: “recognises his investigations into carbon storage in old-growth forests. [...]
Sue Ellerman, the Greens candidate for Canberra answers your questions in this election series.
[If you think it reasonable for candidates to answer questions from the public then please email the recalcitrants]
1) whitelaughter asked: Would you support abolishing self-government in the ACT? Please include a “yes” or “no” in your answer.
No, the Australian Greens support self-government [...]
We turned out in our thousands in the rain last September at the Parliament House protest. We broke the record for submissions to the National Maternity Services Review in October 2008. We embarassed Julia Gillard in north Queensland on Tuesday, asking her what she’s going to do about women being unable to legally access a [...]
As the final days of the interminable beige campaign wind down, perhaps it is time to think about what changes are likely to be coming our way post-election?
It must be time then to play “Guess the MOG”.
What departments do you think will be up for the infamous Machinery of Government changes that keep Canberra’s office [...]
My first post, so go easy. There’s gonna be some naïve questions / statements here.
I have been intending to make a move to Canberra for more than a decade, and have decided to give it a shot sometime in the new year.
I in NSW, and have moved to WA before and learnt a lot [...]
ALP announcements today (courtesy of ABC News) include some good news for Canberrans who are sick of having to wait a week (or more) to see a GP who doesn’t even bulk bill. They’re going to build a GP Super Clinic, providing after-hours bulk billed GP services to reduce the pressure on hospital emergency departments. [...]
[ 13 August 2010; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] The wait is over! Come and indulge your senses at the launch of the new and improved M16 Artspace. Canberra’s newest cultural destination will be opened by Mr Jon Stanhope MLA, Chief Minister ACT, at 6pm on Friday 13 August.
A place to make, share and experience art, M16 at Griffith is the largest community-based visual [...]
[First filed: Jul 31, 2010 @ 12:00]
So the AEC has bestirred itself this morning to let the general public see the lists of candidates.
For those who like it raw the relevant pages are Canberra and Fraser.
Disappointingly the multi-party weirdness of the down ticket seems to be a thing of the past with only the no-quite-defunct [...]
In the ACT if a bus have a give way sign on the back of it then you must give way to that bus when the right hand intercator is flashing!
I know that some bus drivers abuse it but you have to remember that as a bus driver you are resposible to get people to [...]
[ 29 July 2010 to 31 July 2010. ]
At the Street Theatre 29-31 July 2010.
As part of ‘Made in Canberra’ from The Street Theatre and featuring well known Canberran performers Dianna Nixon, Leah Baulch, Hanna Cormick and Hannah Ley.
6 show over 3 nights.
Book at www.thestreet.org.au or by phoning 6247 1223
Clip created and promoted by the performers.
The Moorabool Leader is running hard with allegations that Ballarat’s Labor members Catherine King “loves Canberra more than Ballarat”.
But when it’s Julian “The Rat” McGauran flinging the poo would it worry you?
I am looking to buy in the mid 2012 timeframe and a friend recommended looking into buying off the plan.
I have already owned a home before but have never bought off the plan and am not sure where to start.
What do people think if buying off the plan is a good idea in [...]
I was going to attend Charity Computers in Charnwood so that I could attain my Cert III in computer hardware.
I recently found out that the course has been cancelled because there was no government funding. Great, thanks a lot Labor!
Is there anyone on here who knows someone in politics or something that can get [...]
It’s not often that I eat out. It’s even less often that I attempt to do so with three small children. So tonight we thought we’d test out the children’s table manners and headed off to China Town restaurant in Weston.
Arriving before 6pm but without a booking, we managed to get a table and then [...]
[ 27 July 2010 8:00 pm to 28 July 2010 8:00 pm. ]
I you like drumming, drumming circles, and all things drums (or just like to have a dance), maybe check out MANDINKA SOUND, a touring show coming to the Street Theatre on July 27 and 28.
On a national tour through regional and metropolitan centres in Queensland, Western Australia, New South Wales and the Northen [...]