Conversing with a fellow traveller isn't something that comes naturally for the bulk of the lift-riding population bemoans an equally mute MIKE WELSH.
Canberra Raiders halfback SAM WILLIAMS plans to catch some cricket, dress up for the Cooma Races and wind down at the open-air cinema.
Local writer PATRICK MULLINS is looking forward to early morning walks and ploughing through piles of books.
“Seven Days” columnist MIKE WELSH will be enjoying the peace of a deserted Canberra and pondering retirement.
“CityNews” Artist of the Year MICHAEL DOOLEY is planning a summer of swimming, camping and cricket.
Talk-back Drive host on 2CC, LEON DELANEY, shares how he will be enjoying his first Canberra summer.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA is looking forward to a summer of walks, reading and gardening.
This summer, ACT 2019 Young Lawyer of the Year, FARZANA CHOUDHURY has plans for research, brunches and camping.
Canberra Labor senator DAVID SMITH has a big list of things to get through in the summer, but tells us his top picks.
“CityNews” gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT won’t be doing too much gardening in the heat of the summer.
MIKE WELSH admits he's no fashion plate, but he wasn't ready for a form of discrimination to which he'd not been subjected to before.
Why St John Ambulance ACT CEO BIANCA RUSSELL is looking forward to summer.
citynews.com.au had one of its best years in terms of clicks, led by Robert Macklin’s news-making article about 'Witness J'.
What summer means for Brindabella's Liberal MLA Andrew Wall.
From a decaying construction site to a dire wet-weather warning for Queanbeyan, these columns got the most clicks on citynews.com.au in 2019.
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN gets into the swing of (yawn) New Year's Eve.
After a busy year, ALICIA PAYNE, Australia Labor Party member for the redistributed seat of Canberra, tells us what she's looking forward to this summer.
POOR Jesus... in barely a week we are celebrating His birth with Christmas Day then, within days, the supermarkets have switched the retail focus to his death!
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN is in a party mood.
Australian former world champion marathon runner ROBERT DE CASTELLA won't stop running this summer.