When the Canberra Centre promised us a new cultural experience we didn’t expect a living room

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IN May we noted with a modicum of sadness that Cafe Fountaine in the Canberra Centre had expired.

Imagine our surprise to discover the the promised “new cultural experience” is an advertisement for a firm of “Home Stagers” who will set dress your house for sale!

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I’ll concede it’s a new experience, but can’t help feel disappointed.

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