Medal recognises a veteran’s bravery decades on

Forty-three years after the Battle of Coral-Balmoral, Vietnam veteran Tony Jensen will receive the "Medal for Gallantry" from Governor-General David Hurley this afternoon (May 13). 

Climate protestor goes on hunger strike in prison

One of the protestors that stood on the roof of one of two trucks that blocked Commonwealth Avenue and Kings Avenue for seven hours yesterday (May 12) has refused to sign her bail conditions. 

NEWS

Have you seen Chelsea?

Police and the family of 26-year-old Chelsea Crivici are concerned for her welfare after she went missing yesterday (May 16) morning. 

OPINION

Mad as hell, residents are not going to take it…

You don't mess with the good burghers of Griffith if the negative response to a rezoning application is any guide. It's "Seven Days" with IAN MEIKLE.

Coalition’s ideology softens in the election lead up

Is that the Coalition debt truck parked just past the election? asks political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN. 

POLITICS

Big-spend budget does little for the government

The government has failed to get any electoral “bounce” from last week’s budget, despite it being widely seen as good for the economy, according to Newspoll.

Cartoon / Dose of Dorin

Another cartoon from the wry eye of PAUL DORIN.

ARTS

‘Fate’ was a performance to be proud of

There was virtually a full house of music lovers at the Q Theatre for “Fate”, the National Capital Orchestra’s Sunday afternoon concert, writes reviewer LEN POWER.

Fine performances in a ‘feast for ear and eye’

When poetry, music and visual art are put into the concert melting pot, success can be the only result, writes reviewer CLINTON WHITE.

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Youth club nudges closer to opening 

Plans for a long awaited Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC) in Queanbeyan are gaining momentum.

Nathan escapes dark shadows of evil and abuse

Nathan Spiteri shares his harrowing tale of sexual abuse, drugs and drink that started at the Queanbeyan pool and ended in New York.

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