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Thursday, June 20, 2024

Abbey Halter

Abbey Halter

This Is My Brave helps Christine share her story of domestic violence

Christine endured horrific domestic violence inflicted by her then husband for more than 20 years. Today, she shares her story on stage with This Is My Brave Australia.

Belconnen Markets development shut down by PBS Building’s collapse

The redevelopment of the Belconnen Markets has been shut down after the announcement of an impending collapse of national building company PBS Building.

Conservation Council Bush Buds help save Canberra’s lizards and frogs

Gang-gang cockatoos, Greater Gliders, and Golden Sun Moths need Canberrans to step up and become their Bush Buds!

Strathnairn Charity House championed by women for local charities

Strathnairn Charity House was built by women using almost $1 million of donated materials, and proceeds from the sale will be given to Hands Across Canberra.

Fleeing war in Ukraine to seek safety in Canberra: a mother’s story

Before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Inna and Kyrylo lived in Kharkiv. Within a month of the war, they were displaced people living in Canberra.

Airport road threatens Canberra Grassland Earless Dragon

The future of the "critically endangered" Canberra Grassland Earless Dragon is being threatened by a proposed road at the Canberra Airport.

ACT population projections show we must build houses, quickly

According to the ACT Government’s latest population projections, Canberra will host almost 800,000 people by 2060 and Master Builders ACT said homes must be built to house the influx, and quickly.  

The faces of Canberrans at Ukrainian vigil mourning one year of war

Canberrans from all walks of life joined the local Ukrainian community at a peaceful vigil outside the Russian embassy in Canberra today marking one year since Russian troops began Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

Canberra is home to the world’s biggest homes, survey shows

Surprisingly, Canberra has trumped the number one spot on a global study – we’re the world capital for the largest average home size.

St John’s Wort spreading onto Canberra farms, affecting livestock

St John’s Wort is spreading across Canberra region, wreaking havoc on farmland and affecting agriculture – and the invasion is worsening.

Territory Plan missing the middle, Canberrans call for housing change

At least 100,000 new ACT residents will need to be housed during the ne