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- Graham Abbott making the Trek to the CSO's Prom Picnic Concert
- Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Darwin
- Australian renters facing tough challenges
- The future of the Greys in Canberra
- Canberra not so direct to Qatar?
- Movies with Alex First
- Off and racing at Thoroughbred Park
- What will our future workforce look like?
- Paul Brennan's week in movies
- Mr Fluffy Health Study
- Blumers - 15 Feb
- Australian War Memorial unveils rare Changi manuscript
- Tim Shaw speaks to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
- Paliamentary inquiry into poli perks
- Tezza Tuesdays with Terry Barnes
- Bail laws need revisiting - Hanson
- Culture Tuesday - National Film and Sound Archive
- Young Canberrans urged to consider agriculture
- Legislative Assembly back to work for 2017
- Paraplegic learning to walk again with new technology
- Keen on Monday
- Underpaid workers and Barnaby Joyce
- Travel with Weston Cruise and Travel
- Dan 'Franky' Worrall ready to bowl for the PM's XI
- Farr on Mondays: Energy on the agenda
- Why do we need to ration power in the heat
- Guitar Trek teaming up with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra
- How to deal with teenage girls
- Seselja sends shot across the Barr over Convention Centre
- Park and Pedal set to revolutionise Canberra's transport
Published: 09 April 2016 Written by Rory O'Grady
Students are expected to return to the Islamic School of Canberra in Weston next term, despite the loss of 1.1 million dollars in Commonwealth funding starting from Friday.
The Islamic School of Canberra has until April 26 to appeal the cut of its federal government funding, after an extension was granted.
Education Minister Shane Rattenbury has confirmed the ACT Government will continue to provide 400,000 dollars in annual funding to the embattled school.
He says the school must demonstrate it can remain financially viable in order for the funding to carry on.