So You Want to Learn a Martial Art


I have some good news for you and some bad news. The good news is, there has never been a better time in history to access the martial arts. The bad news is, with so many choices available it's easy to choose the wrong martial art for you.

At this time of year thousands of people make the decision to start learning a martial art. This is wonderful as the martial arts offer so many positive benefits for people, from improved fitness and self-defence skills, to self-confidence and self-discipline. read more

Traditional martial arts for the modern world – classes for all ages


Martial arts are not only a great way to get fit, but are also a lot more enjoyable then just working out on your own, and there is no better time to get started than the new year. The Cummings Karate Dojo has opened enrolment for Term 1 2017 and currently has limited spaces available in its juniors (ages 6-13) and seniors (ages 14 and above) programs. read more

YourGP@Crace welcomes Dr Kathleen O'Brien and Dr Anna Colwell


Dr Colwell is a caring GP and has two young children. She graduated from the University of Tasmania with honours and then went on to come first in her GP exams in Australia. She has been a Canberra GP for ten years. She has special interests in women's, health, paediatrics, healthy lifestyle, travel medicine and education of junior doctors. She will be working three days a week from March. read more

Dynamic self-defence for all ages with Kodokan Matsubayashi-ryu Cummings Karate Dojo


Martial arts are not only a great way to get fit, but also a lot more enjoyable then just working out on your own, and there is no better time to get started than the new year. The Cummings Karate Dojo has opened enrolment for Term 1 2016 and currently has limited spaces available in its juniors (ages 6-13) and seniors (ages 14 and above) programs. read more

The importance of a Will


The team from Vertex Legal Group in Gungahlin have provided information about Wills and a special offer for My Gungahlin followers if you need a Will. Vertex Legal Group specialises in business law, property and conveyancing, wills and estates and personal injury claims. read more

Anytime Fitness 8 Week Healthy Life Challenge!


Get ready for our 8 Week Healthy Life Challenge! Over $20,000 of prizes to be won including 2 one-week trips to Bali for a Bootcamp with health, wellbeing, fitness and nutrition expert Shannan Ponton. read more

Win a fridge full of food thanks to The Marketplace


This Christmas The Marketplace Gungahlin is giving you the opportunity to win a fridge full of food or win other prizes instantly!

They have over $10,000 in prizes to give away between 5th December and Christmas Eve, so start shopping! read more

Travel with the kids at Christmas & family law


Making arrangements for kids over the end of year school holiday period is a big deal. You need to book annual leave, organise travel during peak periods and often add Christmas plans with extended family into the mix. For separated parents, this can lead to disagreements, resentment and even financial loss if plans are changed. If you are entering into Court Orders or a Parenting Plan, the arrangements for interstate or overseas travel and passports should be considered. Otherwise separated parents can be unsure about their rights and obligations with respect to these issues. read more

It all adds up with Mr Fong's maths tuition in Gungahlin


It's that time of the year again... exam week panic, poor report cards, and the concerning parent-teacher interviews. It does NOT have to be this way! If you have ever thought about getting maths tutoring for your child, NOW is the time! School may be over soon but that doesn't mean you can't prepare for the next school year. read more

Pets and separation


On Monday 17 August 2015 Yeend & Associates Family Lawyers is supporting the RSPCA Cupcake Day and donating to help the rescue, rehabilitation and re homing of animals. Where possible, the RSPCA actively aim to protect the welfare of animals at risk through domestic violence by providing emergency respite care and support for pets at separation. It is concerning that studies have shown people can remain in violent and dangerous relationships rather than leave their pet behind with an abusive partner. The acknowledgement of this issue by the RSPCA in their policy is commendable.  read more

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