Attorney-General declares alleged rape ‘did not happen’

Attorney-General Christian Porter declares alleged rape 'did not happen' – and he won't stand down, writes political reporter MICHELLE GRATTAN. 

James’ winning design will be installed in Manuka

“Yellow Tailed Cockatoo” by James Small is the winning design for the Endeavour House Mural in Manuka, it has been announced by Ethical Property CEO Adam Trevaskus today (March 3). 

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OPINION

Despite denial, Porter will face issues in government

Porter declares he’s determined to stay in his job, saying to quit would mean anyone could lose their career “based on nothing more than an accusation that appears in print”, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.

Charting a new, equal path through recovery

As the world prepares to mark International Women’s Day in the midst of a global pandemic, one stark fact is clear: the COVID-19 crisis has a woman’s face, writes the United Nations secretary-general, ANTONIO GUTERRES.

POLITICS

ACT senator could support self-governance, but not euthanasia

An ACT senator has given his blessing should the territory determine it wants to cut legal ties with the Commonwealth government.

ACT Health identifies close contacts to new covid cases

A further two travellers from a repatriation flight have been placed in isolation amid concerns that a number of returning Canberrans from overseas could also be affected and test positive for coronavirus. 

ARTS

Review / Emotional journey of life on the land

“LAMB” is a quietly reflective look at a family on the land and the impact of life decisions taken over the years, says reviewer LEN POWER.

‘Wonderfully wacky’ journey in dance

“Symbiosis” unfurled in several vignettes, with the Botanic Gardens themselves being the integral character and inspiration, writes reviewer SAMARA PURNELL.

LIFESTYLE

QUEANBEYAN

Petition calls for ongoing respite centre funding

Founders of a soon-to-be built respite centre in Queanbeyan are using a petition to call on state and federal governments to fund the respite centre’s ongoing running costs. 

Antique vehicles roll into Queanbeyan for a good cause

More than 600 antique cars, motor bikes, special interest and modified vehicles will be rolling into the Queanbeyan Showground on Sunday (February 28) for the annual "Shannons Wheels" vehicle display.

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