At a local shopping centre CHRIS MAC's mobile phone picked up the free Wi-Fi and his digital life hasn't been the same since...
Positive or negative, it's all about staying positive until you know, says cartoonist PAUL DORIN.
"With more time at home, we instigated eating dinner together rather than two sittings and two different menus. Now family meal time has improved how much risk my son takes with trying new food," writes "Mummy" columnist KATE MEIKLE.
"I know many Canberrans feel the ACT government focuses too much on Gungahlin. In a lot of respects, though, Gungahlin is still playing catch up to the rest of Canberra when it comes to infrastructure and community facilities," says EDDIE WILLIAMS.
"The debate about the future of the Australian War Memorial needs to focus on the fact that this institution is a memorial. It is about people. It is about remembering those who served, those who suffered and those who survived," writes "Canberra Matters" columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.
It's hard work looking for job, says cartoonist PAUL DORIN.
"It remains a mystery just how easy it's been for the ACT government and the NCA to deny the facts, the science, the heritage and the potential of West Basin in favour of seeing this foreshore parkland concreted over for apartments," writes PAUL COSTIGAN.
"Canberra Matters" columnist PAUL COSTIGAN loves to explore supermarket aisles for the gems of diversity.
Canberra will soon burst into colour with the of funding for street art projects, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
"We have tried to name all body parts correctly and seriously with the children but my daughter still thinks that 'willies' are hilarious," writes "Mummy" columnist KATE MEIKLE.
WHEN the spin doctors for Geocon published the proposal for an eight-storey tower in the middle of Kingston (where two is the norm and three/four nearby), the locals were not happy.
Vivid memories of the siege of Tobruk have stayed with World War II veteran and ACT Rat of Tobruk John Fleming, 101.
WENDY MACKLIN gets a taste of technological triumph when she masters the off switch of a new hi-tech television set!
LOCAL landscape photographer FLYNN HOPKINS shot this awesome photo of the National Carillon, beside Lake Burley Griffin, during the Projections for Reconciliation Week and the recognition of 20 years since the Sydney Harbour Bridge reconciliation walk.
MUMS need to look after themselves, even if that means spending longer in the bathroom to have some space away from their families, says author and life coach, Angela Bullock.
THE controversial star of the Canberra Centenary in 2013, the Skywhale air balloon is home and taking centre stage again at the annual autumn Canberra Balloon Spectacular on the lawns of Old Parliament House, beside lake Burley Griffin.
An occasional contributor to citynews.com.au, SABINE FRIEDRICH absolutely surpassed her earlier pieces with this striking image from today's opening morning of the annual autumn Canberra Balloon Spectacular on the lawns of Old Parliament House, beside lake Burley Griffin.
We're wondering if master snapper ANDREW CAMPBELL ever sleeps. The usually nocturnal photographer has popped up with a dramatically beautiful photo he's titled "Sunrise Rowers"
"The first week of school felt like the longest of my life! I know I’m not alone in feeling the huge change to our family, all my mum friends have been checking in on how we are each managing the change as mothers," writes "Mummy" columnist KATE MEIKLE.
Peter Graves, ACT chapter chair if the Walter Burley Griffin Society fears we are at risk of forgetting where Canberra came from and who designed it, reports DANIELLE NOHRA.