Julia Kanapathippillai, Canberra Times

Julia Kanapathippillai

Canberra Times

Canberra, ACT, Australia

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Past articles by Julia:

Social housing: Homes for Homes provides $200,000 to Canberra social housing developments

Homes for Homes provides $200,000 in funds for YWCA and Community Housing Canberra. → Read More

Canberra weather: Lots of rain coming, as wet conditions to continue until midweek

Canberra could receive a big dump of rain on Tuesday. → Read More

Coronavirus vaccination anxiety prompts Rachel Stephen-Smith call for calm

Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith says there is no rush for Canberrans to get vaccinated. → Read More

Cyclists gear up for Big Canberra Bike Ride

Riders of all ages will participate at the Big Canberra bike Ride. → Read More

Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith says ACT to stick with AstraZeneca vaccine despite European concerns

ACT Health will triple its vaccination rate this week, but the bulk of those will be the Pfizer jab. → Read More

Weather: Canberra shivers through coldest March day on record

Canberra can expect a brief reprieve from cold temperatures and rainy conditions early in the week. → Read More

How Canberra house prices have changed in the past decade, and what's to come

Experts predict prices will continue to soar, records will be broken, and by some early predictions Canberra could be facing a median house price upwards of $3 million by 2040. → Read More

What's the cost of half-price airfares?

The federal government's travel and aviation package receives mixed reviews. → Read More

Coronavirus in Canberra: One more case detected in hotel quarantine in the ACT

One more COVID-19 case has been detected in hotel quarantine. → Read More

Racist incident in Canberra receives international attention

Video of teenagers harassing cafe workers goes viral. → Read More

Folks Gallery Cafe owner speaks out after racist incident

Folks Gallery Cafe owner Vincent Chen said he was disturbed by abusive comments. → Read More

Industries welcome apprentice wage subsidy from Australian government

Over the next 12 months, Australian employers will receive $1.2 billion to hire new apprentices. → Read More

Christian Porter allegations: ACT Greens call for independent inquiry

The ACT Greens have called on the Prime Minister to launch and independent inquiry into allegations made against Christian Porter. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong ACT Greens MLAs have called on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to launch an independent inquiry into the rape allegations made against Attorney-General Christian Porter. → Read More

Canberra Day 2021: Skywhale and Skywhalepapa take to the skies

Canberra Day 2021 began with an extraordinary flight of the Skywhales. → Read More

Canberra Day 2021: Skywhale mama and papa return to the skies

Canberra Day 2021 begins with an extraordinary flight of the Skywhales → Read More

Enlighten Festival 2021: Canberra Balloon Spectacular begins, featuring Allycorn the pink unicorn hot-air balloon

Wake up early - the Canberra Balloon Spectacular 2021 begins on Saturday. → Read More

A matter of discretion: Sex workers concerned about mandatory Check In CBR app

Some sex workers say the mandatory Check In CBR app is bad for business. → Read More

Coronavirus: Check In CBR is becoming mandatory. What it means for you

Check In CBR will be mandatory for businesses including gyms, cafes and places of worship from March 6. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong The Check In CBR app will be mandatory for "restricted" businesses and venues from Saturday. → Read More

Coronavirus: Check-In CBR app will be mandatory for businesses, patrons from March 6

Businesses can face fines up to $5000 for refusing to register with the app. → Read More

Canberra landmarks should have dual names to reflect Indigenous history: elder

New ACT Heritage Council apointee Caroline Hughes says would advocate to have place names "respectfully changed". → Read More