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Do pass go and collect your Canberra Monopoly edition

Cats visiting Akiba, Top hats at Mooseheads and other absurd happenings are bound to occur as the Monopoly Canberra edition is launched.

Journeys with grief aided by Stories from the Stars

The Newborn Intensive Care Foundation is running the Stories from the Stars book drive to support siblings after the loss of a baby

Kickstart family connection with GKR Karate

Martial arts have found a new fanbase in a post-pandemic world with more Canberrra region locals training with GKR Karate.

Canberra creatives revisit warmth of childhood in ‘Cloudspotting’

Many moments from childhood follow us through life, evoked by a familiar place, smell or feeling, and transporting us back to that treasured time. For Canberra author Samantha Tidy, moments spent on the ocean with her father have always held a special place in her heart; moments she has captured in her newest children’s book, 'Cloudspotting'.

5 family-friendly Halloween films

Leading up to Halloween on Monday 31 October, here’s one for boos and ghouls of all ages! CW has compiled a list of films to give the whole family a (little) fright.

Tips for a successful co-parenting Christmas for separated families

The professional and approachable team at Parker Coles Curtis offers helpful suggestions to make co-parenting at Christmas easier.

Things to think about when you separate

Here are a few tips from local experts Parker Coles Curtis of what to think about and do, if you’ve just separated.

Expert tips for starting at a new school

If you’ve ever been the new kid, you’ll remember what those first day jitters were like. Here's some expert tips for starting a new school.

Sesame Street Circus Spectacular to bring Christmas fun to Canberra

The 'Sesame Street Circus Spectacular - Christmas Edition' will make its world debut in Canberra at Majura Park this December.

Dodds family calls Rivett ex-govie home for over 50 years

In September 1971, the Dodds Family first arrived in Canberra, dressed in hats and scarves for the snowy weather of the tales they had heard from Perth. Neville, an Army man, was posted...

Job insecurity, poor work-life balance affect whole family

Research by UniSA’s Centre for Workplace Excellence shows that poor work-life balance and job insecurity can affect the whole family – not just individual workers.