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21 January 2016
Nothing motivates Canberrans to get out of the house better than their love for local sport. It's for this reason that The Tradies Group proudly supports teams like Canberra United (women's soccer), the Canberra Cavalry (men's baseball), and the North Canberra...
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08 January 2016
How much would you pay for six tasty cheese cookies? This year at Canberra's third annual Fuse Magazine LGBTI Charity Bake-Off, two bidders went to war. The result - a set of six home-baked biscuits soaring to someone's kitchen for a crunchy $250. It was just a...
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21 December 2015
We thought it would be nice to give away a hamper this Christmas, but we couldn't find a basket big enough to fit our brand new Audi A1. So, we skipped the biscuits and ham and revved-up our Audi Spin-Out prize draw so that one lucky member of The Dickson...
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21 December 2015
The Canberra Wine House is geared-up for its first Christmas ever and manager Jenny Mackiewicz says a sparkling red is the best tip for the warm festive season. "Besides the all-time favourites we've currently got in stock, we also have a selection of amazing...
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14 August 2015
With just less than a month of winter left the Canberra cold seems determined to go out with a bang, giving us locals and our visitors alike good cause to don the extra warm layers as we battle through frosty mornings, rainy days, and even the occasional dusting...
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01 July 2015
I bet if I told you I was sipping fine wine and nibbling on some of the region's best local produce in an elegant wine bar you would probably think I was at one of Canberra's fancier hotels or restaurants. Wine has the posh tag, there's no doubt about it, but...
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27 March 2015
The Tradies is today proud to announce an innovative extension of its support for grassroots and professional sport in the nation's capital with yesterday's public launch of Yabba.guru, an exciting new Canberra-based website focused on providing extensive media...
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30 January 2015
Little Indigo was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at just three months old following a rare brain infection. We were in Brisbane at the time of the diagnosis and we had just returned to Australia after three years living in the Solomon Islands. Indigo had such a...
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