Canberra's New Year's Eve event will go ahead this year but it won't look like what it has in the past, says Chief Minister Andrew Barr.
The global pandemic is not over and won’t be for a long time yet – but the light is getting brighter, writes MICHAEL HEAD.
The Woden Valley Community Council is pushing back on a 24-storey building that's going to create wind and overshadow public space, says president FIONA CARRICK.
"We may have a much more sophisticated electoral system than the Americans. However, with increasing distrust in our politicians and political systems, do not make the mistake of thinking our democracy is not similarly vulnerable," writes MICHAEL MOORE.
"The Greens use the spurious argument that these further restrictions will help address problem gambling. I've got news for them, they won't. Problem gamblers bet on anything. They are free to bet online and do," writes BILL STEFANIAK.
Canberra singer/songwriter Aya Yves has been selected as one of two emerging artists to perform at the first “Express Yourself – Queer Discovery" music showcase this weekend.
Publicist Marilyn Chalkley's new children's book about her cheeky rescue greyhound, Swifty, will help raise funds for the charity Greyhound Connections.
HOME & GARDEN
First Nations artist Michael (Garmarroongoo) Huddleston has battled ill health to produce his latest body of work, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
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