Sarah Lansdown, Canberra Times

Sarah Lansdown

Canberra Times

Tasmania, Australia

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Recent articles by Sarah:

When will sport restart during the coronavirus pandemic and how can clubs prepare?

Sport Australia has released a Return to Sport toolkit to guide clubs and organisations in the COVID-19 era. → Read More

Solvent spill in Molonglo River under investigation

Cleanaway was directed to clean up the spill by the NSW Environment Protection Authority. → Read More

'Embarrassing': hospitality group says ACT caught on back foot over restrictions

Canberrans will know next week how many patrons businesses will be allowed to serve under stage two restrictions. → Read More

Canberra remains coronavirus free, as more than 15,000 negative tests returned

For the 18th day straight, ACT records no new cases of COVID-19. → Read More

How to prepare your children to go back to school

Clear communication and a bit of practice will help children get back into the school routine. → Read More

Explainer: How can I access superannuation early during the coronavirus pandemic and is it worth it?

How to apply for early release of super to get through the COVID-19 crisis. → Read More

Police break up party as more than 230 drivers caught speeding over Anzac Day long weekend

Despite a high-visibility crackdown on speeding, police say the number of offences was 'disappointing'. → Read More

ACT government to provide $450,000 in support to international students and asylum seekers

Temporary visa holders and international students who don't qualify for federal assistance will get some emergency support. → Read More

How it happened: news and updates on COVID-19 on Friday, April 17

Current social distancing restrictions will remain in place for at least another four weeks, but could begin to be eased after that. → Read More

Coronavirus live: latest news and updates on COVID-19 on Friday, April 17

Current social distancing restrictions will remain in place for at least another four weeks, but could begin to be eased after that. → Read More

Canberra Airport terminal closed for two days as no flights scheduled

This is the first time the airport has had to close because of a lack of flights. → Read More

Live updates on coronavirus outbreak and response in Canberra, April 15

The ACT has recorded just one new coronavirus case in the past four days, and the national infection rate is also slowing. → Read More

Death Cap mushroom sightings expected across Canberra following heavy rain

Canberrans are urged to report sightings of Death Cap mushrooms to Access Canberra. → Read More

Canberra Come Back parody calls for visitors to return to South Coast after fires

Batemans Bay businesses call for Canberrans to visit in parody video. → Read More

Canberra wakes to dark dawn as bushfire smoke smothers city

Thick smoke descends on Canberra as bushfires continue to burn in NSW. → Read More

Fire danger upgraded to severe across ACT as wind speed increases

A total fire ban remains in place on Saturday as fire danger rating is upgraded to "severe". → Read More

South Coast Fires: Firefighters battling extreme conditions at Currowan fire

Fire is threatening homes near Dolphin Point on the South Coast. → Read More

Residents urged to leave fire prone areas early amid catastrophic conditions

Rural Fire Service is saying the best advice is to leave bushfire prone areas early in the day. → Read More

Buildings lost in North Black Range fire in Tallaganda National Park near Braidwood

The Tallaganda fire continues to burn as losses are being counted. → Read More

Dr Anne Heath is empowering West Coast communities through new associate degree

Dr Anne Heath was a struggling student who turned into a passionate educator. She's now keen to help West Coast communities learn new skills to support each other, SARAH LANSDOWN reports. → Read More