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Things are changing rapidly in Canberra as we work together to keep our community safe.

For more than nine years we’ve published This Week in The Can—a round-up of events around the ACT. But we are living in extraordinary times.

We encourage you to keep physical distance between each other, as we battle COVID-19 and work together to continue to flatten the curve.


Restrictions may have eased, but your responsibility hasn’t.

Find the most recent information regarding COVID restrictions in the ACT here:

Here are some of our ‘must-read’ articles from the past week.

Zach Elliott-Crenn has spent time cheffing in Melbourne, London, New York and Singapore. But his latest gig is somewhat closer to home.

Michelin star chef comes to…Spence Family Bakery?

Need the perfect article to send to someone who isn’t taking physical distancing seriously enough? We’ve got you.

Stay safe, and socially-distanced, for Joan’s sake

And if you need any help visualising 1.5 metres, we’ve created a handy guide using some of Canberra’s cult foods!

Physical Distancing, Canberra foodie style

Take advantage of this beautiful autumn weather with these picture-perfect picnic spots.

Six spots for an autumn picnic

Getting out is hard for immunocompromised people. So we wrote about our favourite spots to watch a sunrise or sunset that are car-friendly—so you can control the environment.

Four cracking spots for sunset and sunrise in Canberra

Our interiors series ‘Home Stories’ is back and last week, Ashley and Cass paid a visit to photographer Jenny Wu’s chic Kaleen home.

In partnership with ActewAGL. 

Home Stories: Jenny Wu

Excited that Canberra restaurants can finally reopen for partial service? So are the chefs.

Canberra restaurants reopen for socially-distanced dining—and Otis is celebrating with truffles

Want to end your Monday on a high? We have the answers.

Family Recipes: Mum’s Bread & Butter Pudding

HerCanberra’s Local Loves

Shining the HerCanberra spotlight on local business

POP Canberra

“We’re supporting local artists, product makers and business owners during these difficult and strange times—and you can too,” says co-founder of POP Gabe Trew.

Local Loves: POP Canberra

Feature image: Martin Ollman

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