Growing district is celebrated for its history

Canberra’s growing inner north is celebrated for being home to some of the territory’s oldest dwellings. This is a sponsored post.

Peta’s making healthy eating fun

Peta Shulman, founder of GoodnessMe, discovered that eating whole foods helped her manage her autoimmune condition. This is a sponsored post.

Two districts with a strong sense of community

From health providers to the community centre, Weston Creek and Molonglo Valley have a variety of businesses sharing their skills with the community. “CityNews” speaks with some of them.

Failing health system drives Helen’s return to politics

Former Canberra Liberals shadow minister and Independent Helen Cross has thrown her hat in the ring for the upcoming ACT Election as an Independent for the seat of Yerrabi. This is a sponsored post.

Two law firms merge to deliver more

Chamberlains Law Firm and Howes Kaye Halpin Solicitors (HKH) have merged to deliver a stronger offering to the ACT region, becoming one of the biggest law firms in Canberra, says Chamberlains managing director Stipe Vuleta. This is a sponsored post.

Time to care for the people caring for others

During National Carers Week, Carers ACT is asking the community to check in on someone they know who’s a carer. This is a sponsored post.

Dr Lanzer’s at the forefront of modern liposuction

Looking more shapely and youthful could be within reach, with the more affordable and less invasive pioneering liposuction techniques at Dr Daniel Lanzer’s clinics. This is a sponsored post.

Supporting seniors through later life challenges

In this sponsored post, “CityNews” celebrates seniors, by speaking to people who are passionate about helping them make the most out of later life.

Northside commercial hub has lots to explore

In this sponsored post “CityNews” meets some of the businesses operating out of the northside’s commercial hub.

Candidate cares for minority groups

In this sponsored post, “CityNews” speaks with Independent candidate for Ginninderra, Mignonne Cullen, who wants to create change for all Canberrans.

Progressive Mike says he will represent the people

Canberra Progressives candidate for Yerrabi Mike Stelzig wants to put ethics back into politics, deliver evidenced-based policies and empower Canberrans. This is a sponsored post.

Month makes mental health a ‘Priori-Tea’

People are being encouraged to start a conversation about mental health over a cuppa with workmates this Mental Health Month ACT. This is a sponsored post.

Website aims to help voters make an informed decision

Craig Blakley founded the website Vote Easy to help voters make an informed decision on election day. This is a sponsored post.

The services helping you splash into summer

Summer’s almost here, so it’s time to get ready. This is a sponsored post.

Skilled businesses with diverse expertise to share

In this sponsored post, “CityNews” speaks with a range of experts, all passionate about sharing their skills and services with the ACT region. 

Calling on citizens to vote carefully

In the lead up to the ACT Election, the Canberra Alliance for Participatory Democracy (CAPaD) is calling on voters to choose their candidates carefully. This is a sponsored post. 

Home office claims can be complex

Chartered accountant Gail Freeman guides Brigitte through her complex home-office tax claims. This is a sponsored post.

IT services focused on helping businesses thrive 

“We want to support companies and apply our experience to their networks and situations to help them thrive," says AU•IT managing director Alan Dawe. This is a sponsored post.

Fun ways to keep the whole family entertained

Looking for something to do these school holidays? In this sponsored post “CityNews” showcases fun activities for the whole family.

Time to step up: A child per classroom needs care

There are more than 800 children living in out-of-home care currently in the ACT. This is a sponsored post.





‘Gates to Nowhere’ open memories of the past

"Yesterdays" columnist NICHOLE OVERALL reveals the story and mystery of Christ Church  Queanbeyan, which opened to the district's Anglican faithful on October 7, 1860.  RUN...

Digital edition October 22


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