New recording studio’s dedicated to indigenous music

The ANU has today (May 10) officially launched a recording studio dedicated to indigenous musicians, with music-minded vice-chancellor Brian Schmidt looking on. 

CIMF / High jinx and musical invention in concert

"This wasn’t just Mozart recomposed, it was Mozart reborn into the 21st century," writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY.

NEWS

Universities ask government to help students

Concerns over blocking the return of international students for another year has the ability to damage the credibility of the nation's education institutions that will further hurt the economy, according to Canberra's leading academics.

OPINION

Letters / What a cheek to say ACT has best drug...

Letter writer COLLISS PARRETT begs to disagree with political columnist Michael Moore when it comes to drugs...

Only a royal commission will sort out prison crisis

Indigenous leader JULIE TONGS writes that we have to face the awful truth, the worst-performing government in Australia, when it comes to locking up Aboriginal peoples, is the ACT government. And enough is enough. 

POLITICS

Party’s political push to punish perpetrators of family violence

Penalties for committing domestic and family violence offences inside the home could increase under changed laws in the ACT.

Union protests for greater federal aged care support

The Health Services Union and dozens of aged care workers marched on Parliament House today (May 10) calling on the federal government to allocate more money to the aged care sector ahead of the 2021-22 Federal Budget. 

ARTS

Artsday / Don Juan with bad French accents

From a riotous interactive comedy show to three new photographic exhibitions, here's arts editor HELEN MUSA's arts round-up.

Dean brings light into a ‘cloud of doom’

Composer Paul Dean’s new work “Symphony” is the commissioned centrepiece of three concerts by the Australian World Orchestra, playing under the baton of conductor Alexander Briger.

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Nathan escapes dark shadows of evil and abuse

Nathan Spiteri shares his harrowing tale of sexual abuse, drugs and drink that started at the Queanbeyan pool and ended in New York.

New police station supports crime reduction 

A $31 million, state-of-the-art policing facility was officially unveiled in Queanbeyan yesterday (April 26).

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Composer Paul Dean’s new work “Symphony” is the commissioned centrepiece of three concerts by the Australian World Orchestra, playing under the baton of conductor Alexander Briger.

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