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SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium Entry with Meal Package - Child ($25) or Adult ($35) , Darling Harbour (Up to $55.95 Value)
Dive into the deep end and encounter species like seahorses, penguins and dugongs in themed zones showing Australia’s water environmen...
(was $37)
UB40 at the Hordern Pavillion: Tickets from $98.40, 24 November 2017
Celebrate nearly four decades of the famous UK reggae band and enjoy a live performance of hits such as ‘Red, Red Wine’ and R...
(was $98)
Pete Tong at Qudos Bank Arena: Tickets from $122.45, 1 November
See Pete Tong perform Ibiza classics with conductor Jules Buckley and a 65-piece orchestra at Qudos Bank Arena this November...
(was $122)
Two Kids Soccer Training Sessions for One Child ($6) with Grasshopper Soccer, Nationwide (Up to $41.25 Value)
Children are placed into age groups and take part in programs introducing them to soccer and fostering an enthusiasm for team sports...
(was $41)
Cupcake and Cakepop Decorating Masterclass: 1 ($69) or 2 People ($135) at Cake Decorating Solutions (Up to $298 Value)
Participants can satisfy their artistic side and learn cupcake and cakepop decoration using fondant; course available at 8 locations...
(was $149)
Trial Introductory Flight - One ($99) or Two Hours ($189) with Goulburn Flight Training Centre (Up to $440 Value)
Budding pilots get their first taste of life in the wide blue yonder, taking off in a Gazelle CA25 for a one or two-hour trial flight...
(was $220)


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Looking for a used car, van or motorcycle then check out these vehicle listings from the Canberra area.


Maggots crawling in a meal from food van What The Pho

Maggots crawling in a Canberran's food, which she purchased from Braddon street food vendor What The Pho.

The ambidextrous cricketer trying to turn the game upside down

Former Big Bash cricketer Blake Dean can bat, bowl, catch and throw almost equally well with both his left and right hand — and he thinks his method of confounding the opposite team could make it all the way to the Big Bash.

What The Pho: Maggots found in meal from Canberra food van

ACT Health is allowing a north Canberra business to continue trading after maggots were found inside a meal bought from the food van.

Authorities defend not prosecuting over Canberra bridge collapse

The ACT Government says it did not pursue prosecuting those responsible for a 2010 bridge collapse that hospitalised nine workers because its resources were diverted to more serious cases.

Euthanasia debate rages on 21 years after country's first assisted dying case

More than 20 years on from when ABC reporter Elizabeth Byrne covered the case of Bob Dent, the first person to legally access assisted dying in Australia, debate still continues.

Hinds: AFL's exclusion of Hannah Mouncey from AFLW highly damaging

The AFL cannot justify the confusion over transgender athlete Hannah Mouncey's bid to play in the AFLW which left her open to hatred and riducule, writes Richard Hinds.



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