Prof Paddy wants to build degrees of engagement 

Reporter DANIELLE NOHRA meets the "lonely" new vice-chancellor of the University of Canberra, Paddy Nixon.

Schoolboy Will’s on screen and in the film fest

Arts editor HELEN MUSA speaks to 13-year-old Canberra High student William Best about his first film role in “Safety Net”, showcased at the Sydney Film Festival.

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Eden-Monaro: Nats preselect Trevor Hicks

QUEANBEYAN councillor Trevor Hicks was confirmed today (May 6) as the Nationals candidate in the Eden-Monaro byelection on July 4.

OPINION

Cartoon / Dose of Dorin

Cartoonist PAUL DORIN takes a look at the government's new grants for home renovations.

Losses mount as ACT virus plan falls out of step

"Every week that passes the clubs are collectively losing around $5 million in revenue and, by failing to match NSW, the ACT government is preventing the 2000 employees of Canberra’s clubs from getting back to work," writes ClubsACT CEO GWYN REES.

POLITICS

Eden-Monaro: Nats preselect Trevor Hicks

QUEANBEYAN councillor Trevor Hicks was confirmed today (May 6) as the Nationals candidate in the Eden-Monaro byelection on July 4.

Pandemic kills indigenous referendum

Pandemic kills indigenous referendum, delivers likely mortal blow to religious discrimination legislation, writes MICHELLE GRATTAN.

ARTS

Memorial tops the ACT architecture awards

“For Our Country”, the Australian War Memorial’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander memorial, took out the top prize at the ACT Architecture Awards, winning the Canberra Medallion.

Artsday / Janita leads art culture in Queanbeyan

Arts editor HELEN MUSA reports on what's happening in the Canberra region arts scene.

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