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Canberra City News
Famous for a reason: the weekend in music
CANBERRA born and bred pianist, composer, educator, conductor and two-time ARIA winner Sally Whitwell is bringing to town a second program of classical music works by women, joined by cellist Sally Maer.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
It's not really drink spiking if you just stuff it in her mouth
A 19-year-old Queanbeyan man is today facing drug charges after he was arrested after an incident in a Canberra night club yesterday morning .
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Gallery: Gift finds winning formula
Canberra's Angus Gould takes out the $16,000 Queanbeyan Men's Gift in Town Park on Sunday ahead of Shaun Hargreaves and Nathan Riali.
Cash-strapped Yass doesn't want to rush return to top tier
Better days ... Yass Magpies player Hale Teofilo scores a try against the Queanbeyan Blues in 2012.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Snapshots of the region
FOOTBALLERS slipping and sliding over a muddy field ended up being the perfect set up for Queanbeyan mum Trisha Sullivan's competition-winning photo.
Christmas markets tonight
The Kilted Van will bring a touch of Scottish and Irish culture to the Summer Sunset Markets in Queanbeyan tonight.
Owen Campbell's career takes off
FORMER Queanbeyan musician turned Australia's Got Talent contestant Owen Campbell is off overseas to make his fame and fortune in Los Angeles.
Big issue needs a little support
Peter Thorley and The Big Issue vendor support manager Ron Jackson are calling on local businesses to volunteer as a distributor of the magazine.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Canberra City News
Cartoonists and other artists: art this weekend
DAVID Rowe has been named Cartoonist of the Year 2013. You can see his work and that of his many peers, in the "Behind the Lines" exhibition, open until November 2014 at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Peter Hendy's maiden speech to parliament
New Liberal member for Eden-Monaro Peter Hendy made his maiden speech to Federal Parliament last Tuesday.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
International Business Times
Leader of Knights of the Jedi Council, Australia's Version of Roast ...
The New South Wales Police in Queanbeyan filed on Monday charges against Hastings Fredrickson, a former army commando and the alleged leader of the council.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Man arrested over offensive ADF emails
AN alleged member of the Australian Defence Force's "knights of the Jedi Council" has been charged over the exchange of offensive emails between military personnel.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Familiar face bids farewell
After 15 years of weekly reports for the Rural Press Network, without missing a week rain hail or shine, this is my last 'regular' column.
Victor the Viking set for Gift raid
Queanbeyan's Tony Wood a.k.a Victor the Viking will be competing against Brumby Jack and a giant bee in this weekend's inaugural Queanbeyan Gift Mascots Race.
Canberra Gunners representative Jono Miller and the Canberra Capitals mascot joined students from Queanbeyan West at the opening of the school's $55,000 duel use basketball court on Monday.
A Gift that comes with plenty of memories
President of NSW Athletics League Ken English crosses the finishing line of the Queanbeyan Men's Gift in 1968.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Home away from HOME
HOME ambassador Clyde Rathbone and HOME manager Anne Pratt pictured at the Queanbeyan mental health residence, which has inspired a similar model across the border in Canberra.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Anthony Perrott and partner Reharne Russell have welcomed planned upgrades to the intersection of Donald and Southbar roads.
Flavours of Italy
Ado Forner, Luigi Serafin and Lio Galafassi manned the barbecues at last year's Italian Communtiy Festival Day.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Googong sewerage plant still months away
Googong's sewerage treatment plant is over 12 months away while residents are set to move in within weeks.