Holiday time looms, here are some temptations

It's almost time to relax, celebrate and enjoy a well-deserved summer getaway. In this sponsored post “CityNews” meets people who can help plan the perfect summer getaway.

Art market showcases Australian creative talent

"People enjoy meeting the artists and I think it’s an opportunity to break down some of those walls in the art world," says Undercurrent Design Market organiser Richard Baz in this sponsored post

Take the test and gain confidence, says Dr Vass

"Wearing hearing aids doesn’t mean the person is deaf, it means you are seeking better clarity and improved communication," says Dr Bill Vass in this sponsored post.

Changes deny borrowers’ choice and service

In this sponsored content MO’R Mortgage Options director Brendan O'Reilly says he isn't sure how increasing costs for homeowners, or limiting access to mortgage broker services, is in the best interest of borrowers.

Howzat! Holt’s a big hit with sportspeople

There's a sporty feel down the streets of Holt with roads titled after sportsmen and women but Holt itself is named after former Prime Minister Harold Holt, as we find out in this sponsored post.

Ladies, we need to talk about problems ‘down there’

In this sponsored post Elissa O’Keefe explains how Junic Specialist Centre gives women hope to feel how they see themselves – more youthful and confident.

The Royal’s cool, new world of upstairs luxury

"This is a secret here in Queanbeyan that nobody really knows about, and what we’ve created is of a national standard," says Anthony McDonald, of the Royal Hotel, in this sponsored post.

Suburban trio reflects Australia’s history

Looking south from Lake Burley Griffin, at the doorstep of Woden Valley,  are a trio of established neighbouring suburbs; Curtin, Hughes and Garran. This is a sponsored post.

Tuggeranong women big on beauty, education and play

In this sponsored post, “CityNews” heads to Tuggeranong to speak with expert women who are running businesses in the community.

Legal check-up guards against trauma, cost and heartache

Legal principal BARBARA CAMPBELL says her colleagues include those with a masters of law in family law, masters of law in estate law and a specialist in self-managed super funds. This is a sponsored post.

Garden party celebrates Weston Creek’s 50th

ON Sunday, October 28, all Weston Creek residents are invited to celebrate the 50th birthday of Weston Creek at a garden party in the heritage-listed Fetherston Gardens. This is a sponsored post.

Churches celebrate the true gift of Christmas

In this sponsored post "CityNews" has gone and met with people from some of Canberra's "always welcoming" churches to see what this time of year means to them. 

Still a lot to be done with recycling

More than two decades ago Planet Ark founded National Recycling Week so it could show Australia the environmental benefit of recycling. Next week is National Recycling Week.

Dr Vicky expands her gentle, quality dental care

In this sponsored post "CityNews" meets Dr Vicky Pusnjak who has taken over Ainslie Dental Care.

Resolve to put ‘you’ first

Why not kick-start 2019 by committing and investing towards wellbeing, fitness and health? In this sponsored post "CityNews" speaks with experts who can help find your "new you".

Despite big changes, John puts his people first

A lot has changed for John Barilaro since the 2015 NSW election but one thing that hasn’t is first and foremost, he’s the National Party member for Monaro, says Barilaro in this sponsored post.

Don’t panic, there is still time to get organised

With the days slipping away and about three weeks until Christmas, there’s no avoiding it, it’s time to get some serious shopping done. This is a sponsored post.

Day when love comes calling

With Valentine's Day around the corner, "CityNews" speaks with local experts who can help make your loved-one's day a special one. This is a sponsored post.

From the ‘clean waters’, a growing city rises

It is believed that the traditional Aboriginal people first arrived in Queanbeyan around 20,000 years ago. In this sponsored post "CityNews" meets with people in Queanbeyan today.

Record entries set a big challenge for the Riesling judges

CANBERRA will host the largest collection of Rieslings in the Southern Hemisphere when the 19th Canberra International Riesling Challenge gets underway on Monday, October 15. This is a sponsored post.

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