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Anthony Albanese · Australia
Albanese criticizes China over warship's use of sonar that injured an Australian naval diver
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Monday criticized China for a “dangerous” encounter between Chinese and Australian warships but declined to say whether he had raised the issue in recent talks with President Xi Jinping.See the Story
40% Left coverage: 38 sources
Cancer · Australia
‘Father of reconciliation’ Pat Dodson to quit politics
Pat Dodson, the Labor senator known as the father of reconciliation, will resign from the Senate on Australia Day because of persistent ill health following cancer treatment. See the Story
64% Right coverage: 11 sources
Australia · Australia
Home Affairs boss Mike Pezzullo sacked
Michael Pezzullo has been terminated from his position as secretary of the Department of Home Affairs. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said in a statement the governor-general in council had terminated the appointment early on Monday. Stephanie Foster will continue to act as secretary until a permanent appointment is made.See the Story
80% Right coverage: 10 sources
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Bywong · Bywong
Hidden treasure at Bywong nestled on Canberra’s doorstep
The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home is set back from the hustle and bustle of modern life in rural NSW across nearly two hectares of private land. The home also features a library room, a walk-in butler's pantry in the kitchen, 20 kW solar panels, integrated Miele appliances and a slow-combustion fireplace. The house has been designed to capture the hilltop views over surrounding bushland.See the Story
Canberra · Canberra
Letter from the Editor: this Christmas, I’m looking for the gift of simplicity and peace
I’m not a big fan of the commercial Christmas. I don’t like lots of noise and bright lights and I’m positively allergic to windowless shopping malls jammed with anxious people in Santa hats. Don’t worry – this column isn’t about making your own Christmas presents and swapping homespun beanies over a glass of home-brewed cider […]See the Story
Deakin · Deakin
Homebuilders urged to flick electric switch as new gas connection ban looms
The clear line in the sand for gas is looming. No new connections to the network will be allowed from next week. The regulation preventing new gas network connections to buildings in Canberra will begin on 8 December as part of the ACT Government’s plan to transition from fossil fuels. The building and construction industry […]See the Story
Canberra · Canberra
Jorja’s journey back home repays family, friends, healthcare community
Regional health practitioners play a vital role in bettering the community. Griffith-based exercise physiologist Jorja Waring-Bryant had to move away from home for a chance to study at university. She initially turned down early acceptance into her dream course so she could work full time to save money to fund her studies.See the Story
Shopping · Canberra
A dozen delightful gift ideas to help you shop local this Christmas
Christmas is less than a month away, but there’s no need to panic if you haven’t quite crossed off your shopping list. We’ve compiled some of the best local businesses to make thoughtful gifting a breeze this holiday season, with everything from tasty treats and dining experiences to lovingly crafted stocking stuffers, coveted gifts and […]See the Story
Canberra · Canberra
Canberra International Music Festival set for new high notes under ideas man Ughetti
Eugene Ughetti is the new artistic director of the Canberra International Music Festival. He says the festival should be a place of discovery for audiences, to experience things they wouldn't usually roll up to. The festival is already embracing change in 2024, halving in length to be a more compact and exciting five-day event.See the Story
AFL · Canberra
Ainslie Football Club continues to set the benchmark for women’s AFL in Canberra
Ainslie Football Club is the first AFL club in Australia to provide equal resourcing across its male and female teams. The club was this year recognised for its promotion of equality when it won the Contribution to Sport, Community Development and Wellbeing award at the ClubsACT presentation night.See the Story
Deakin · Deakin
PODCAST: The Hoot on the Pezzullo sacking, senate relevance and saying hello at the checkout
This week's podcast takes on some weighty matters as David Murtagh and Genevieve Jacobs dissect the week's events in Canberra. Mike Pezzullo's sacking from Home Affairs has been the talk of the town. Several more senators for the ACT is looking likely according to recommendations from a parliamentary enquiry. Is there another way to improve service from senators without increasing their number?See the Story