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Halloween

Halloween is coming

Dig out those Halloween costumes and start planning the scariest night of the year. Canberra will celebrate in style with Halloween themed decorations spread around venues throughout the city.

Tranquilo

Have you visited Tranquilo Espresso?

Hidden in a busy corner of the Mode 3 building in the super chic suburb of Braddon, you will find Tranquilo. The growing fascination with both Braddon and hole-in-the-wall cafes makes Tranquilo Espresso the perfect destination for your next coffee, breakfast or lunch date.

Pre Budget Submission

How should public money be spent in the City?

How should public money be spent in the City in the next couple of years? Read more in our pre-budget submission about infrastructure priorities, land release and suggestions for efficiencies.

CIFF

This Week in the City

Celebrating its 18th year, the Canberra International Film Festival begins this week for the next 18 days. Grab the popcorn and pack your glasses – with 64 films to choose from there is something for everyone! This week is full of great exhibitions and performances in the City.

Mussen

A look into our favourite boutiques in the City

The recent Local Fashion Trail has inspired us to compile our own list of our favourite boutiques and brands in Canberra’s City centre.

Section 96 City

What’s happening at the Cooyong Street car park?

Have you noticed that construction has started on Cooyong Street? The fences are up and the trees are down. Known as ‘Section 96 City’ it is the ground level car park between Braddon and the back of the Canberra Centre, off Genge Street and Scotts Crossing. QIC, the owners of the Canberra City Centre, are […]

Santa Fun Run, Canberra

Suit up for the Santa Fun Run

It’s time again for wannabe Santas young and old to get set for some seasonal antics and dress as a Claus for a cause for the 2014 Variety Santa Fun Run!

Chief Ministers Challenge

Calling all Young Professionals

Join the Chief Minister’s Challenge which encourages young professionals between the ages of 18 and 35 in Canberra, to participate in contributing ideas of how to bring people to the lake.