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Canberra Knee Clinic

Cutting edge surgical robots land in Canberra for local-first operation

National Capital Private Hospital owned by Healthscope changed the surgical landscape in Canberra on Saturday morning 11th May 2019 with the first local commercial use of the latest in surgical robotics – the ROSA robotic total knee replacement system. Initially developed for brain surgery in France, the ROSA robot arrived in Canberra as part of a multi-robot……

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Capital Region Farmers Market

Bee at the Markets for a honey breakfast to celebrate World Bee Day

The Capital Region Farmers Market will be a hive of activity as it celebrates World Bee Day at a special bee themed Market day on Saturday 18th May. “As a proud sponsor of World Bee Day which takes place on Monday 20th May, the Capital Region Farmers Market invites all visitors the Market for this……

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Canberra Girls Grammar School

Principal of Canberra Girls Grammar School calls on Transport Canberra to release details of safety arrangements for children on the new public transport network

Mrs Anna Owen, the Principal of Canberra Girls Grammar School today called on Transport Canberra to release the details of safety protocols in place to manage the safety of minors at transition points on the new public transport network. Mrs Owen said, “Parents are expressing concern about the safety of their children at transition points……

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Destination Southern Highlands

The oven timer is set – 30 days and counting until Pie Time 2019

The ingredients are prepped, organisers have added some extra ‘spice’ to this year’s recipe and the oven timer is set – it’s just 30 days until Pie Time 2019 is ready to be served up piping hot to all visitors to the NSW Southern Highlands. “Pie Time is 30 days and 100s of ways to……

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Old Bus Depot Markets

Here’s a good yarn – Canberra Wool Expo back bigger than ever

While the nation’s politicians will be spinning their own yarns on election weekend, Canberra Wool Expo is the weekend when knit really happens as the best quality wool products and producers come together to warm visitors up ahead of the winter season. Canberra’s Old Bus Depot Markets will be ‘off the hook’ as the biggest……

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Capital Region Farmers Market


There was a significant buzz at the Slovenian Embassy in Canberra today as the programme for Australia’s contribution to World Bee Day was launched, along with a new and very special beehive. Why bees?  Why Slovenia? Ambassador Rifelj explained that Slovenia has a long and inventive history in beekeeping, as shown by the new hand-painted……

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Yass Valley Council

Savour the harvest, discover our heritage in Yass Valley

Autumn is the perfect time to escape to the spectacular wonders of Yass Valley. “Visitors can enjoy the milder weather autumn brings with an escape to our cool climate wine region. Savour the harvest of new regional food offerings and travel in the footsteps of our historic past to explore a new heritage of talented……

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Destination Southern Highlands


Australia’s Best Tourism Destination marketing campaign was announced last night as ‘PIE TIME’ run by Destination Southern Highlands.  Taking out the gold award in the QANTAS Australian Tourism awards held at Launceston’s Cataract Gorge, the award was the first Gold honour for the NSW Southern Highlands since the awards inception in 1985. The Awards, showcasing……

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Capital Region Farmers Market

Capital Region Farmers Market – 15 years feeding the community

Canberra’s largest and most popular Farmers Market, the Capital Region Farmers Market, will this month celebrate 15 years feeding the Canberra community at a Market celebration to be held on Saturday 16th March 2019. “The Capital Region Farmers Market is thriving after 15 years in Canberra,” said Capital Region Farmers Market Director and Rotary spokesperson,……

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