A drunk man was caught allegedly doing burnouts in Macgregor early yesterday (June 20) morning.
Backyard motor mechanics, flashy Ferris wheels, hot weather for "Canberra Times" readers (but not us) and the dining phenomena that is eating blindfolded. Who can resist another "Seven Days" with IAN MEIKLE?
Not all the Nationals oppose the 2050 target but enough of them do – and very strongly – to create a serious obstacle for the Prime Minister, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Barnaby Joyce has blasted Michael McCormack out to seize back his old job of Nationals leader.
An education strategy published by the Canberra Liberals yesterday (June 17) is calling for an independent review into the ACT school system.
The “Colour Of Sound” theme gave young musicians an opportunity to play varied styles, tones and colours in the chosen music, mostly of Hungarian origin, says reviewer HELEN MUSA.
This well-attended concert was a welcome return for the Qwire and they fully deserved the appreciative audience response, says reviewer LEN POWER.
A QUEANBEYAN band that formed on the cusp of covid is now reaping the benefits of a donation that helped equip them 12 months ago.
Rose-planting time has arrived and the new David Austin varieties are at the top of the list, says gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT.
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“Fast and Furious 9” scarcely wavers from the formula. "It’s a money mine for director Justin Lin and his team. Same old same old. And whose money? Yours," writes movie reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.
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