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The ACT election is fast approaching and it’s time to make sure your enrolment is up to date. The election for the ACT Legislative Assembly is on Saturday 15 October and, to vote, you need to be on the electoral roll by Friday 16 September. If you’re 18 or over, and an Australian citizen living […]read more
Menslink celebrates their ninth business breakfast this year with special guest speaker Lieutenant General David Morrison AO. Lieutenant General Morrison AO, retired Chief of the Australian Army, will speak to over five hundred business leaders about helping young men avoid violence and suicide at a sold out business breakfast this coming Tuesday, 22 September. “Young men […]read more
In this weekly street series we pick a hot topic of the week and ask for your thoughts… On the weekend thousands of visitors flocked to the opening of Floriade, with this year’s theme of reflection focusing on the centenary of World War One and remembrance. Now in its 28th year, the flower festival appears […]read more
The ninth annual Lifeline Canberra Women of Spirit Awards luncheon presented by Bond Hair Religion was held yesterday at the National Portrait Gallery. Ms Gay Evans taking out the major award and Ms Sarah Mamalai recognised as the Rising Women of Spirit. Nominated by their peers, the two incredible women were assessed on the details of […]read more
And we’re hosting it! Fill up your wine glass and register for Periscope! The ACT Government’s next Twitter cabinet will be broadcast live on the new social media platform Periscope – which, according to Twitter, will be a world first. The ACT Government have previously held Twitter Cabinets where Canberrans can engage with their local […]read more
In July 2008, after enduring six weeks of bed rest at The Canberra Hospital (TCH), I gave birth to my daughter, Sophia, at 30 weeks gestation. Then began a 10-week journey to get her home, and a year of occasional hospital stays when she inevitably fell ill and needed more than the care I could […]read more
In this weekly street series we pick a hot topic of the week and ask for your thoughts… A Canberra woman made national news earlier this week when she discovered that a parking fine she received at Canberra Hospital had been paid by a stranger with a note that read “I saw that your car had a […]read more
Over 50 Canberra cafes will join in a special campaign to run on International Women’s Day on Tuesday 8 March, raising awareness of violence against women. The campaign, run by local advocacy organisation This is Not a ‘Wife Beater’ (NAWB) in collaboration with YWCA Canberra, will see cafes serving takeaway coffee in special cups featuring […]read more
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