"YOU can still make out the oddly-shaped indentation in the centre of a crossroad in Queanbeyan’s CBD where an unusual monument stood for more than 50 years." NICHOLE OVERALL tells the moving tale of Queanbeyan's Boer War memorial.
Sonia Cottee was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer in July 2022, and says the awful thing about pancreatic cancer is that it sneaks up on you. Reporter LILY PASS shares Sonia's brave story on Page 5.
PAUL Withall, of the Zerosuicide Community Awareness Program, has extended an invitation to Australia to be present at “the largest visual presentation of men’s suicide in the world”. Reporter LILY PASS reveals what it is on Page 3.
Streaming columnist NICK OVERALL looks at a sci-fi series that's smashed records and raced to the top of the charts taking with it 18 million viewers worldwide in the first few weeks. Curious? It's on Page 32.
Is the Labor-Greens coalition and their "Parliamentary and Governing Agreement" getting shaky, muses MICHAEL MOORE. Or is there just early posturing with little over a year to go to the next October election.
“How far is it to the next village?” “About three miles – but if you’re quick you can do it in two.” Who doesn't love an Irish joke? Especially the Irish, writes CLIVE WILLIAMS who traces the history of their humour.
"Over the next 15 months, leading into the next ACT election, the Greens will need to illustrate that they are their own party with a voice distinguishable from their Labor coalition partners," writes columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
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