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Digital edition July 15

Colleen and Steve Hill are two remarkable Canberrans. Well into their 60s, they foster tiny babies born into tumultuous circumstances, with disabilities or fatal diagnoses, with many addicted to drugs. Reporter BELINDA STRAHORN has the heartwarming story on Page 3.

A CRACKING edition… columnist PAUL COSTIGAN outs the plan to build housing on a park, arts editor HELEN MUSA talks to an artist thinking big for the last time, streaming writer NICK OVERALL shares a little fantasy and gardening guru CEDRIC BRYANT admits to being a softie for blossoms… And more. Lots more.

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Digital edition May 13

INDIGENOUS leader JULIE TONGS writes that we have to face the awful truth – the worst-performing government in Australia, when it comes to locking up Aboriginal peoples, is the ACT government. And enough is enough.

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Digital edition May 6

"IN the few days after my AstraZeneca shot, I was suddenly aware that my lungs felt much more expansive. The 50 laps in the pool – previously a bit of a struggle towards the end – were easy as pie." Why ROBERT MACKLIN can't wait for his second shot.

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Digital edition April 29

ROBERT MACKLIN continues his account of being robbed while asleep in bed and discovers he's not alone – there are around five burglaries and three cars stolen every day in Canberra. But what about the mental wellbeing of the victims?

"I JUST want the Barr government gone. All Alistair Coe needs to do to be an effective leader is to listen… and not yield to the grubby, greedy developers systematically stripping away our precious bushland replacing it with concrete and sardine-tin residential development." Letter writer BEC HENSON, of Hughes, pulls no punches.

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