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HerCanberra Interior Series: Emily & Leisa
Celebrity Touch Football Game: Give the kick to human trafficking
Likeajob: click, connect, job.
Plate up: Malaysian Chapter
Green Savvy Sunday: Spring is the best time to go a little green
How to make the parenting work when the relationship hasn’t
MAAK it happen: Canberra’s go-getter designer
Never work with children, animals…or puppets: The Harbinger comes to town
Shake can, will spray: Canberra’s street art creates a buzz about town
Movie Review: Predestination
Rise and Shine for Heart Foundation’s Early Bird Floriade Walks
Canberra’s taste of Italy: Italian Continental Bakery & Cafe
My Canberra – Vanessa’s Canberra
I need space: co-working in Canberra
Hot off The Block: Easy Luxury
Baby steps all the way: Meet two AusMumpreneur Finalists
Once a storyteller, always a storyteller: making Capital yarns ‘pozible’
Her Coffee series: Harvest…spicing up simplicity
Behind the white walls: the ‘secret gardens’ of Parliament House
A new chapter (and new digs) for Hustle & Scout and The Forage
Shoot for the stars with Tradies Meteors’ Sara Hungerford
Spirited: new exhibition celebrates Australia’s Horse Story
Our City: Creative Canberra
The HerCanberra story, as told to 666ABC’s Alex Sloan
In the pink: a truly unique engagement ring alternative for the Canberra bride
Canberra Centre transforms into a style oasis for spring/summer fashion season
CBR100 Challenge: get walking, get healthy, and discover your hometown…

This Week in The Can

This Week In the Can
September 15, 2014

This Week In the Can

With spring now upon us the weather is warming and the flowers blooming so head outdoors to [...]

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Fashion

How to Opshop like a fashion blogger

We fashion bloggers seem to be wearing something completely different every day, which often leaves many people asking, [...]

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Her Beauty

Rapunzel, Rapunzel…let down yo- ugh what’s wrong with your hair?

As a natural brunette I tend to colour my hair – a lot. I’m what you might [...]

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Her Career

Likeajob: click, connect, job.
September 19, 2014

Likeajob: click, connect, job.

Ever wished you could find your perfect ‘job’ match? Maybe you’re tired of submitting 15-page applications addressing [...]

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Her Fitness

Rise and Shine for Heart Foundation’s Early Bird Floriade Walks

Love early morning walks? Ever wished you could see the beauty of Floriade without the crowds? We [...]

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Her Food

Plate up: Malaysian Chapter
September 19, 2014

Plate up: Malaysian Chapter

If you’ve ever been to Malaysia, you will know that Malaysians love food. I discovered this on my last [...]

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Her Home

HerCanberra Interior Series: Emily & Leisa

Emily and Leisa, the creative mother and daughter duo, recently invited me into Emily’s newly renovated living and dining [...]

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out & about

20 Must Dos at the Old Bus Depot Markets

Hip Hip Hooray! Canberra’s most iconic markets, the Old Bus Depot Markets, will blow out the candles [...]

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Places to Eat and Drink

Our favourite Canberra ‘dude food’

Since Father’s Day is just a day away, we thought we’d do a bit of a ‘dude food’ [...]

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THE LAW & YOU

The Law and You: Surrogacy
September 01, 2014

The Law and You: Surrogacy

A delicate issue, surrogacy is a tumultuous journey of emotions for those who choose to follow its path. It’s [...]

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Her Chill

Shake can, will spray: Canberra’s street art creates a buzz about town

Canberra’s nouveau-cool status seems to have partly bloomed from a cross-pollination between local artists and new cafes and eateries. But [...]

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Her Shopping

Retail Review: Assemblage Project

Shopping outside your comfort zone is a great way of injecting life into your wardrobe. I often [...]

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money

How to become a SUPER woman: maximising your super contributions

When it comes to super savings, women in Australia are likely to have significantly less than men. [...]

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