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The Bodyguard Musical: Tickets from $79.90, 3 - 16 May, Sydney Lyric Theatre, Pyrmont - Now Playing!
Guests can enjoy this international smash hit musical based on the 1992 movie starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner...
(was $79)
GWS GIANTS - SKYDECK Package: Rooftop Seating + BBQ from $35 (up to $195 value)
Get amongst the action of a chosen GWS GIANTS game from the SKYDECK at Spotless Stadium and enjoy a gourmet BBQ grazing menu and cash bar...
(was $75)
The Color Run™ Dream Tour - Early Bird Entry for $43 (Plus Booking Fee), 20 August, Centennial Park (Up to $58 Value)
Even those with an aversion to exercise get a kick out of this untimed race that leaves them covered in colour + partying at the finish line...
(was $58)
WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo Entry with Meal Package - Child ($25) or Adult ($35), Darling Harbour (Up to $55 Value)
Get acquainted with some of the nation’s most fascinating wildlife before taking a break at the new Adventurers Café with a meal and ...
(was $37)
Two Weddings, One Bride: A Reserve Ticket for $79 at the Sydney Opera House, 29 April - 18 May (Up to $99 Value)
Enjoy this raucous comedy operetta featuring a variety of waltzes, polkas and songs by Strauss, Offenbach, Lehár and Kálmán ...
(was $99)
Spy Mission for 1 ($10), 2 ($17), 3 ($25), 4 ($33) or 5 Children ($40) from Kids Spy Network (Up to $75 Value)
Up to five children can do this at a time and feel like a spy with this activity that takes up to an hour to complete...
(was $15)


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Brumbies beaten by Blues, as Aussie Super Rugby losing streak continues

The Blues extend New Zealand Super Rugby sides' winning streak over Australian opposition in 2017 to 15 matches, with an 18-12 victory over the Brumbies in Canberra.

Canberra's bike hire business closes to make way for new development

Canberra families take their final ride around Lake Burley Griffin in kitsch pedal bikes, as the bicycle hire shop closes after 40 years as a lakeside fixture.

Family Court underfunded, letting people down, chief justice says

Australia's Family Court and Federal Circuit Court is letting families down because of huge backlogs and lack of resources, the system's Chief Justice Diana Bryant says.

Here's why Joey Leilua isn't a walk-up starter for the Blues

He is probably the most devastating attacking outside back in the NRL, but on Saturday we had a look at why a State Of Origin may be beyond Joey Leilua for now.

Inquiry into GST carve-up announced by Morrison

Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison orders an independent inquiry into the system used to distribute GST revenue to the states and territories, after anger from Western Australia over its low share.

Meet the women stamping out sexism in Canberra's hospitality scene

Women in Canberra's hospitality industry say "it's time" to take a stand against the boys' club, as their all-female-run charity dinner sells out within hours.



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