“I OFFER a way to turn your back on the cold, potentially embrace some romance and enjoy a jolly good, old-fashioned drink.” Mulled wine, anyone? RICHARD CALVER has the recipe on Page 29.
GARDENING writer Cedric Bryant unwittingly found a new camellia cultivar growing in his Canberra backyard and he named it “Priscilla Rose” in memory of his sister. KATHRYN VUKOVLJAK shares the story on Page 3.
“NOBODY goes into politics to be in opposition,” Alistair Coe tells ROD HENSHAW in a profile piece on the new, determined ACT Opposition Leader.
JON STANHOPE is grumpy at the way a modest, little charity he’s the patron of has been suddenly defunded by the ACT government. He says the Minister hasn’t thought it through and explains why on […]
FORMER MLA Mary Porter has never been shy to get her teeth into issues. Now she’s arguing for a better deal for dogs in the ACT. DANIELLE NOHRA has the story on Page 3.
WHICH name is applicable to a male presiding officer? It’s a word of eight characters and “3 across” in this week’s general knowledge crossword on Page 17.