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NowUC News Monday

A television news bulletin produced by second year journalism students at the University of Canberra. In this bulletin: Student anger at lack of UC parking Jobs under threat in the greyhound industry, and Floriade organisers claim success despite criticisms

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NowUC News Thursday

  A television news bulletin produced by second year journalism students at the University of Canberra. In this bulletin: Locals push for a Murrumbateman school Park running takes the Capital by storm, and Tourists flock to Floriade.

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NowUC News Wednesday

A television news bulletin produced by second year journalism students at the University of Canberra. In this bulletin: Eating disorders increase among young men Rising concern about antibiotic resistance International flights boost tourism in Canberra, and Escape rooms; the latest craze in the Capital.

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NowUC News Tuesday

A television news bulletin produced by second year journalism students at the University of Canberra. In this bulletin: Parking fees causing financial stress for students High rise development changing the face of the capital, and Canberrans giving coffee to those in need

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Suitcase Rummage Canberra

If you’ve been looking for some vintage clothing, new houseplants, jewelry, secondhand books or perhaps the chance to rummage through other people’s things, Canberra’s Suitcase Rummage is an event for you. Hundreds of Canberrans turned out to sift through other people’s suitcases and bag a bargain at the Suitcase Rummage, part of the Art Not […]

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Calling Australia home

Most Australians take their citizenship for granted, but until 1949 there were no Australian citizens, only British. More than 4.5 million immigrants have been conferred as Australian citizens since then. Last year around 120,000 people decided to call Australia home by becoming citizens. To find out more about the process, Tom Kenchington talked to two […]

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Miners up. Education library. UC ex-student to MTV

AUDIO: In this NowUC radio bulletin: Trapped Chilean miners start to make it to the surface. Questions remain unanswered about closure of the Education library. And former UC student heads to MTV music Awards in Madrid. Click for audio

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Chile miners. Powderfinger at UC. Raiders coach.

click for audio Wednesday 13th October 2pm In this bulletin • Rescue of the Chilean miners begins • Powderfinger’s last stand at UC • And Raiders coach says No doz should be banned from sport

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Powderfinger. Traffic chaos. Education library.

Click for radio bulletin Tuesday 12th October 6pm In this bulletin • Powderfinger plays live tonight at UC • The farewell concert creates traffic havoc on campus • And surprise closure of the Education teaching library.

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Getting Real About Illicit Drug Use at EDM Festivals

The electronic dance music (EDM) business, propelled by large scale music festivals, has grown to an estimated worth of $4.5 billion, […]

Q&A with Ryan Fennis, a local who made it onto the Groovin’ The Moo line-up

I sat at a table out the front of a bustling cafe in the city waiting for my latte and scrolling through […]

Six YouTube Series to Procrastinate with

It’s getting near exam time here at UC, and that means it’s also procrastination time. When I procrastinate, I go […]

This Is Us: A guaranteed binge watch

A gripping and intensely emotional TV drama has hit Australian screens. The award-winning series  “This Is Us” bounces through different […]

Colossal Film Review

Colossal, the latest work from Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo, hit the box office in early April 2017. The film centres around […]

Q & A: Will Huang, Lead Actor in Canberra Philharmonic Society’s Production of Chicago

On March 26, the curtains closed on Canberra Philharmonic Society’s production of Chicago. I sat down with lead actor, Will Huang […]

Greek Cafés and Milk Bars of Australia – A Book Review.

It is 1942 and just after midnight in the sleepy NSW town of Gundagai and brothers Jack and Vic Castrission […]