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Cartoon / Dose of Dorin

Cartoonist PAUL DORIN finds a way to get across the state border...

Cops look for non-stop, silver SUV

A SILVER SUV failed to stop for police in Hume yesterday afternoon

No covid cases today, but health chief says expect more

THE ACT's active COVID-19 total remains at five with no new cases recorded in the last 24 hours.

Walking the talk to top of the mountain

THERE'S lots to celebrate this year on Black Mountain – not only is it the 50th anniversary of its being declared a conservation reserve, but also the 20th anniversary of the official opening of the Summit Walk.

Spence residents assaulted after group break-in

Five people broke into a Spence home early this morning (July 10) before assaulting the three residents inside. 

Canberra returns to tighter patient restrictions

Health facilities, including hospitals, across the ACT will return to tighter visitor restrictions of one visitor per patient, per day, next week.

Cops take charge of quarantine checks 

ACT policing has stood up a dedicated team to check the increasing number of people self-isolating and quarantining in the ACT, says Canberra’s top cop Neil Gaughan. 

Shooters, Fishers, Farmers register for the ACT election

The Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party of the ACT has officially registered for Canberra's October election. 

Movie review / ‘A White, White Day’ (M)

“A White, White Day” offers rewards to amaze and delight, coos movie reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.

Movie review / ‘Shirley’ (M)

DOUGAL MACDONALD reviews a mystery drama movie that turns out to be a homage to horror and mystery novelist Shirley Jackson, who may have by now faded from the memories of all but her most devoted aficionados. 

Movie review / ‘Waves’ (MA)

On learning that the running time for "Waves", a film about an African-American family, is 135 minutes, you might be forgiven for approaching it with reservations and a little caution. Don’t do that, advises reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.

Confirmed virus case went to Belconnen mall

Canberra's confirmed another new coronavirus case, bringing to ACT's total to 113.

New testing facilities open to meet increased demand

Three more COVID-19 testing clinics will open over the next week to meet a recent increase in demand for coronavirus testing. 

New arts festival’s got vigour but could get confusing

While the program announced today seems full of bounce and vigour, in contrast to the clear and self-explanatory “Enlighten” and “Floriade”, the enigmatic title is reminiscent of some other Canberra festivals, “You Are Here”, “I am Me” and “Art Not Apart”, with the potential to confuse rather than enlighten the public, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.

Second virus crisis: Should we start talking elimination?

Nationally, the suppression versus elimination debate is one that we’ve never properly had. Maybe it’s time we did, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.

Griffith man charged for hotel death

A Griffith man's been charged with murder after he allegedly assaulted and killed a man in Kingston Hotel on Sunday (July 5). 

Where old charm meets new technology

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Ashilpa stresses the importance of a will

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Vera’s ready to support women with injuries

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Judy snaps up a top prize 

Veteran Canberra photographer Judy Parker is the winner of the $10,000 Mullins Australian Conceptual Photography Prize, reports arts editor HELEN MUSA.






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