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2015/07/31 10:46
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Some of the beautiful photos taken by Canberra Times photographers during their work week. Selfie photos Canberrans have sent us while while out enjoying social events. Scenes from Narrabundah as...
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About Town: Art show launch at the National Zoo and Aquarium Canberrans headed to the National Zoo and Aquarium's annual art exhibition and sale recently, checking out works donated by Australian...
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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...
2015/07/30 05:45
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Keepers at the Taipei Zoo were excited. Resident giant panda Yuan Yuan was exhibiting signs of pregnancy -- an all-too-elusive event among captive pandas. There were tell-tale symptoms, like a loss...
2015/07/29 01:05
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They're the Jackson Pollocks of the animal kingdom. And now the National Zoo and Aquarium in Canberra is putting art made by meerkats up for sale - all in the name of charity. They're going for $75...
2015/07/28 22:53
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Your breakfast report from around the nation and further beyond. Good morning, and welcome to the Southern Inlands Brekkie Blog. Each morning we'll keep you up to date with what's happening around...
2015/07/28 22:19
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PBS’s “Ask This Old House” arrived to help homeowner Amy Enchelmeyer, center, convert the barren front yard of her Northeast home into a lush garden for bees, butterflies and other pollinators. She is...
2015/07/28 21:46
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Acacia Ward busking at the National Folk Festival in Canberra in March 2013. Photo: Melissa Adams Acacia Ward, the seven-year-old girl who died in a car crash in Canberra's north last week, has been...
2015/07/28 11:46
2015/07/28 11:46
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Meerkats from the National Zoo and Aquarium working on some paw paintings which will go on sale to raise money for the zoo's conservation partners. Photo: Jamila Toderas Back by popular demand,...
2015/07/24 15:02
2015/07/24 15:02
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This week’s edition of “What’s Brewing with Stephanie” got a little wild! WPBF 25 news morning anchor/reporter Stephanie Berzinski invited morning anchor Erin Guy to join her at the Palm Beach Zoo to...
2015/07/24 13:41
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Smithsonian Renovations a Constant Process By Sarah Fulton - An estimated 27 million people visited one of the Smithsonian Institution museums in 2014. They saw wonders that include the Star Spangled...
2015/07/24 00:19
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Veterinary technician Cindie Erickson, left, monitors vital signs on Lucy, an obese orangutan at the National Zoo, as veterinarian James Steeil examines her Thursday in Washington. (Linda Davidson/The...
2015/07/22 23:36
2015/07/22 23:36
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The art of politics and the politics of art have finally converged. Just days after the Smithsonian launched a Kickstarter campaign to preserve Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 spacesuit, D.C....
2015/07/22 20:11
2015/07/22 20:11
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For around 8 years, young environmental enthusiasts have been coming to Gettysburg's Agricultural & Natural Resources Center to learn about the animals and plants around them. The 4-H Ag Explorers...
2015/07/22 18:45
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WASHINGTON -- A group of progressive members of Congress introduced a $15 an hour national minimum wage bill on Wednesday as hundreds of federal contract workers went on strike to protest their job...
2015/07/22 16:28
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Renowned British photographer Tim Flach is showing a series of animal portraits at the Retina Scottish International Photography Festival 2015 in Edinburgh. He uses the principles of human portraiture...
2015/07/21 18:19
2015/07/21 18:19
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As the Capital Fringe Festival enters its third week, Celia Wren is moved by a trim "Winter's Tale," Roger Catlin checks out clever fake interviews, and Jane Horwitz parks upstairs for stories at the...
2015/07/20 01:19
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Public meetings to address Route 28 traffic study The Virginia Department of Transportation will host two public meetings on the results of a $750,000 Route 28 traffic study aimed at identifying...
2015/07/16 10:19
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In this summer of high-profile prison breaks in New York and Mexico, Washington has had an unusual escape of its own: an animal fled this week from its enclosure at the National Zoo. An agouti — a...
2015/07/15 14:19
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Macadamia, the escaped agouti. He was quickly captured and returned safely to his enclosure. (Clyde Nishimura) Escape! Macadamia, a fuzzy brown rodent about the size of a house cat that’s called an...
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