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Motorcyclist the third road death in 48 hours

THE ACT recorded its third road fatality in 48 hours with death of a motorcyclist following a collision on Bugden Avenue, Gowrie. last night (May 21). The ACT road toll for the year now stands at nine deaths. 

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Motorcyclist the third road death in 48 hours

THE ACT recorded its third road fatality in 48 hours with death of a motorcyclist following a collision on Bugden Avenue, Gowrie. last night (May 21). The ACT road toll for the year now stands at nine deaths. 

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Comanchero drugs grabbed in Greenway bust

A mechanical drug press, cannabis, drug paraphernalia and a white powder suspected to be cocaine were uncovered by police during a raid on the Greenway home of an associate of an outlaw motorcycle gang property.

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Opinion

Sneaky weekend changes threaten backyard greenery

"It looked as if the Planning Directorate had quietly slipped in these massive variations... hoping that no-one was going to notice it. And the minister signed this?" Columnist PAUL COSTIGAN exposes some bureaucratic funny business.

Opinion

The view the NCA doesn’t want to hear about

"The NCA operates as if it has sidelined the important heritage and planning requirements of the areas for which it has important stewardship responsibilities," writes "Canberra Matters" columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.

Arts

Music

ANU music project wins international award

A music program spearheaded by the ANU composer Chris Sainsbury has been announced as winner of the “Classical: NEXT” 2022 Innovation Award at a ceremony at Schauspiel in Hannover, Germany.

Music

Conductor brings out the best in the CSO

"Guest conductor Benjamin Bayl abandoned the traditional 'baton' and instead used both hands to cajole and seduce some of the finest music making from the Canberra Symphony Orchestra I’ve heard in years." So says reviewer TONY MAGEE.

Music

Movie review / ‘To Olivia’

"This is an agreeable but not magnificent movie about the innards of a relationship between a married pair – author Roald Dahl and his wife actress Patricia Neal." Three stars for "To Olivia" from reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.

Craft

Making the ‘stitch journey’ fun

Canberra artist Carol Cooke is the author of a book that brings embroidery to everyone, including those who have never sewn before. MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE reviews it.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

‘Positive, poignant’ way to celebrate ageing

To celebrate this year’s “Silver is Gold” seniors festival, “CityNews” spoke with businesses, organisations, advocacy groups and more that are passionate about improving the lives of Canberra’s older community.

Lifestyle

When it comes to tax, a ute may not be a car

Brent called accountant GAIL FREEMAN wanting help with claiming use of his ute in his tax return."The last accountant I saw claimed it at the Tax Office rate because I haven’t got any receipts,” he said.

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