As smoke drifted across Canberra from a hazard reduction burn atop Black Mountain yesterday (May 17), Canberra photographer Andrew Campbell caught these amazing images of what he calls the "cool shadow of the tower in its own smoke".
"What the Woden Valley community needs is a champion to work with the residents' groups to stop the central Woden precinct becoming a high-rise and very unfriendly jungle," writes PAUL COSTIGAN
“Children don’t come with an instruction manual. Raising children can be very tough, especially without support,” says Barnados CEO Deirdre Cheers.
Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke died yesterday. He was 89. "CityNews" cartoonist PAUL DORIN remembers a man he could draw with his eyes closed.
If Bob Hawke had never become prime minister, he would still be recalled as a major figure in Australian political and industrial history, writes FRANK BONGIORNO.
Agatha Christie's novel "Towards Zero" is a very clever whodunit and arguably one of her best. Tempo Theatre’s production of the play is one of its, too, says theatre reviewer LEN POWER.
"This gala opera presentation, staged in memory of the late Richard Gill, was a cut above the usual run of 'great hits from opera", and no wonder – it had been entirely programmed by Gill himself before his death in October," writes reviewer HELEN MUSA.
“Canberra audiences didn’t really think Dame Edna Everage was going to retire after she last appeared at the Canberra Theatre, did they?” Asks arts editor HELEN MUSA.
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