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First Look: Makeshift

Max Brenner has left the (Nishi) Building in NewActon, and there’s a new cool kid in town. It’s not just a new look. It’s a new purpose, or perhaps a new ‘multipurpose’, would be more accurate. Reclaimed by founders of the NewActon precinct, Molonglo Group, the space has been turned into a café by day, […]

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Escape to the Country…in 10 minutes

It’s been said time and time again that Pialligo Estate is transportive. Though it’s only 10 minutes from the city, the Estate’s sweeping lawns and wide paddocks put any visitor in a rural frame of mind. It’s this unique atmosphere that the Estate will capitalise on when they hold their Farm Gate Markets on Sunday […]

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The Weekend Edit

YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON IN CANBERRA THIS WEEKEND! Every Monday for nearly seven years, we’ve published This Week in The Can, our comprehensive guide to everything happening around the city this week – but sometimes it’s just too epic to get through! That’s why each Friday we publish our Weekend Edit… Here are the things you shouldn’t miss! THE […]

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Donna Hay heads celebrity influx into Canberra

Chocolates and cool stuff aren’t the only things to get excited about when Canberra Centre’s new lifestyle precinct opens on Thursday 2 November. As we recently revealed, Haigh’s Chocolates and a whole slew of other delicious retailers—Husk, Le Crueset, top3 by design, Les Nereides, The Pen Boutique and more—are headed our way. As has become Canberra Centre’s […]

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The Floriade Fringe: Wild and untamed

They say that it takes a village to raise a child. But for the inaugural Floriade Fringe Festival, it takes a travelling bohemian festival company called The Village to put the spark into a crazy idea. To complement and contrast with Canberra’s long-standing floral festival, The Floriade Fringe will show the other side of the […]

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Six highlights of the 2017 British Film Festival

Hosted by Palace Electric, the Cunard British Film Festival is back for another year to showcase the most anticipated films from the land of tea and scones. The 2017 program will feature a cast of new and familiar British talent across 26 specially selected films. From historical dramas to fun family adventures, spunky sci-fi rides to […]

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Hordes of Zombies are coming to Canberra

The bloodied, limbless and deceased bodies of the undead will be infiltrating the heart of Canberra on Saturday 28 October as the Canberra Zombie Walk takes hold of the city. Zombie Walks have become a global phenomenon in recent years attracting hundreds, sometimes thousands of people. Participants meet in an urban centre dressed in Zombie costumes […]

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This Week In The Can

Your essential guide to what’s on in Canberra this week! HAVE AN EVENT YOU’D LIKE TO SEE LISTED IN THIS WEEK IN THE CAN? SUBMIT IT HERE BY COB WEDNESDAY PRIOR. 14 THINGS NOT TO MISS The Spring Forage Come by The Forage at Little National Hotel for some of THE BEST Street Food, Beverages and Live Music […]

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The Weekend Edit

YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON IN CANBERRA THIS WEEKEND! Every Monday for nearly seven years, we’ve published This Week in The Can, our comprehensive guide to everything happening around the city this week – but sometimes it’s just too epic to get through! That’s why each Friday we publish our Weekend Edit… Here are the things you shouldn’t miss! EDEN […]

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Review: Bladerunner 2049

A young blade runner’s discovery of a long-buried secret leads him to track down former blade runner Rick Deckard, who’s been missing for thirty years. IMDb. I am sorry. I am so, so sorry … for all those readers who never got to see the original Bladerunner. It combined the best of film noir and […]

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