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2015/08/02 21:46
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... Bronwyn Bishop didn't go, it would have been Tony Abbott's position that became indefensible and unsustainable". Photo: Alex Ellinghausen It was one thing for Bishop not to recognise her...
2015/08/02 21:46
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2015/08/02 11:46
2015/08/02 11:46
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Glenn Smith at work on his ice sculpture of Sir Henry Parkes in Canberra on Sunday. Photo: Graham Tidy Henry Parkes came briefly to life in ice at the National Portrait Gallery on Sunday before the...
2015/08/01 10:45
2015/08/01 10:45
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Author Julia Donaldson gearing up for Fringe run Children's Author Julia Donaldson and her husband Malcolm Donaldson at the Forthview Primary School, Edinburgh. Picture: Ian Rutherford She is the...
2015/07/31 23:45
2015/07/31 23:45
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Alexander McCall Smith’s Edinburgh ‘Culture Crawl’ Alexander McCall Smith is to develop his own trail around some of the capitals leading cultural and heritage attractions. Picture: Phil Wilkinson HE...
2015/07/31 12:01
2015/07/31 12:01
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Fancy seeing London by night while visiting buildings normally off-limits to the public? This year's event is curated by Sandy Nairne, until recently, director of National Portrait Gallery. The...
2015/07/31 10:46
2015/07/31 10:46
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Jonathan McFeat's photo of sunrise in Kingston. Photo: Jonathan McFeat The capital's chilly weather is set to keep Canberrans shivering with more rain and wind on the way. Weatherzone meteorologist...
2015/07/31 01:24
2015/07/31 01:24
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Meerkats working on some paw paintings for sale at the art exhibition at the National Zoo and Aquarium. Photo: Jamila Toderas Photo: Jamila Toderas Love the Weekender? Get it sent direct to your...
2015/07/31 00:19
2015/07/31 00:19
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Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia. David L. Bragunier, NSO tuba player David L. Bragunier, 76, principal tuba player at the National Symphony Orchestra for 43...
2015/07/30 10:01
2015/07/30 10:01
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The BP Portrait Award attracts painters from across the world, and this year received a record 2,748 entries from 92 countries — largely because it now allows for digital submissions. Standards are...
2015/07/30 06:13
2015/07/30 06:13
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Elizabeth steps out of the shadows at arts theatre A second chance to see the Edinburgh preview of I, Elizabeth is on offer tonight at the Maltings Arts Theatre in St Albans. It is written,...
2015/07/29 21:35
2015/07/29 21:35
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In 1990, a group of disabled people pulled themselves up the steps at the U.S. Capitol building to advocate for the Americans With Disabilites Act, protesting delays in an event that became known as...
2015/07/29 09:46
2015/07/29 09:46
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Jonathan McFeat's photo of sunrise in Kingston. Photo: Jonathan McFeat Lake Burley Griffin has featured heavily in photos entered in The Canberra Times winter photo competition. Winter has brought...
2015/07/29 05:28
2015/07/29 05:28
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The left half of the diptych is said to be more inventive in design than the right, which resides in Rome. It depicts scenes such as the Apotheosis of St Augustine, the Coronation of the Virgin, and...
2015/07/28 19:18
2015/07/28 19:18
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Not just the identity of the man in the car park with the twisted spine, but the appalling last moments and humiliating treatment of the naked body of Richard III in the hours after his death have...
2015/07/28 19:18
2015/07/28 19:18
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Richard III bust reveals new details Opinion: Poor Richard III - Shakespeare really gave him bad press Gasps as archaeologists reveal brutal death of Richard III Richard III's unassuming car park...
2015/07/28 18:41
2015/07/28 18:41
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For the guy who took out the second Death Star, Billy Dee Williams is surprisingly soft-spoken and self-effacing when it comes to his best-known character. "It was something heroic to do, so I'm glad...
2015/07/28 15:17
2015/07/28 15:17
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Summer's been pretty hectic for Rodgers Forge artist Kristin Helberg. She had barely unpacked her hand-painted furniture and art supplies after two weeks of classes in Westminster when she had to...
2015/07/25 07:51
2015/07/25 07:51
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The royal marriage that almost never happened A documentary lays bare the difficulties the Queen faced as she struggled to reconcile her love for Philip with opposition from those who considered him...
2015/07/25 00:46
2015/07/25 00:46
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Every morning at around 2am a computer in the Winchester police headquarters in Belconnen whirs to life. It sets up a secure connection to the motor registry in Dickson where it begins downloading...
2015/07/22 21:46
2015/07/22 21:46
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A photo of the band Sherbet from 1974 featuring in Bare: Degrees of undress at the National Portrait Gallery. Photo: Mark Mohell Some of Australia's most well-known sports stars and creative...
2015/08/02 21:46
2015/08/02 21:46
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