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Emma Macdonald

Emma Macdonald has been writing about Canberra and its people for more than 20 years, winning numerous awards for her journalism - including a Walkley or two - along the way. Canberra born and bred, she’s fiercely loyal to the city, tribally inner-north, and relieved the rest of the country is finally recognising Canberra’s cool and creative credentials.

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Postcode On A Plate: 2600

Once weighed down by its political postcode, Barton is fast becoming a foodie hotspot—for...

Emma Macdonald

Home Away From Home

Sometimes, the whole idea of getting dressed up and venturing out to the newest...

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Test of Time: The Journey Home, Reid

It’s a classic 1930s Reid cottage – white render, gentle arches, set well back from...

Emma Macdonald

You, Me and the Sea Home

When you walk in the door of Tess Godkin’s home, it’s almost like a...

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Corner of the World: Teresa Zarlenga

There is a voyeur in all of us. Come inside the private spaces and...

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The changing face of domestic violence in Canberra

As Canberra’s Domestic Violence Crisis Service celebrates 30 years in operation, it has had...

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Corner of the World: Anne Masters

There is a voyeur in all of us. Come inside the private spaces and...

Emma Macdonald

Handmade at Mother’s Day

There’s a certain Sunday in May when the very best gift is one which...

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