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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.

Samuel Woldeamamual Gebremichael, Kirsten Molloy win Canberra Marathon 2014

David Ellery Ethiopian Samuel Woldeamamual Gebremichael has won the men's race in The Canberra Times Canberra Marathon and Kirsten Molloy has crossed the line first in the women's race.

Gang-gang

Devil of a time for crazy critters

David Ellery Despite their reputation for unpremeditated violence and a unique language of their own that consists entirely of cuss words, Tasmanian devils get a bad rap, Dr Janine Deakin believes.

Gang-gang

Girl's tribute to inventor set in concrete

David Ellery Defence Science and Technology Organisation building named in honour of black box flight recorder inventor David Warren.

Gang-gang

Yacht Club backs Communities@Work with new regatta

David Ellery Did you know Canberra is home to what is probably the largest inland yacht club in Australia?

Digger remembered at HQJOC

David Ellery Bungendore grazier Bruce Hyles is not a man who takes his existence for granted.

Apia lifts cut-off for CTP rebate

An APIA Insurance Ad.

David Ellery Apia has lifted the cut-off age for eligibility for its $75 good driver rebate in the ACT from 69 to 79.

Fuel discounts cost Canberrans in the long run

David Ellery Canberra is the ''canary in the coalmine'' of supermarket petrol duopolies an independent retailers spokesman has claimed.

ActewAGL faces Vietnam vet Ian McQuire who won't back down

David Ellery A 75-year-old Vietnam war veteran, left livid when ActewAGL workers entered his Kaleen property without his consent.

Canberra motorists claim they are kept in dark on CTP savings

Juan Rodriguez of Florey is concerned how much his rego cost for a Kia Cerato.

David Ellery Compulsory third party insurance changes have failed to save most motorists a cent.

Gallipoli centenary

Gallipoli centenary: Granddaughter hopes to attend to honour family history

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Gladys McLean who wants to attend the Gallipoli Centenary at home in McKellar.
Filed: Wednesday, 12 February 2014 4:04:30 pm 
Photo by Rohan Thomson, The Canberra Times

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David Ellery As a little girl Gladys McLean always knew she could rely on her grandad, George Jakeman, when it came to the delicate art of splinter removal.

W.R. Grace assurances cold comfort for victims

Libby, Montana.

David Ellery W.R. Grace, the multibillion-dollar, multinational chemical company that sold asbestos-contaminated vermiculite from Libby, Montana, around the world from 1963 to 1990, does not want people to be...

US insulation product used in Australia at the centre of world's costliest asbestos scandal

1960s photo of the Monaro Mall.

David Ellery Thousands of Australians are believed to have been exposed to an American insulation product at the centre of the world's costliest asbestos scandal

Vintage performer takes the fast lane

Steen Pedersen arrives at Centenary Vintage Car Rally in Bungendore in his 1927 Salmson French racing car.

David Ellery Steen Pedersen is the quiet extrovert of this weekend's National Trust Centenary of Canberra Rally.

Mutual endorsements are liberally applied

Heather Henderson daughter of former Australian Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies meets with Prime Minster Tony Abbott in his office at Parliament House.

David Ellery Prime Minister Tony Abbott has a prodigious appetite for work and will almost certainly surprise his critics as his term unfolds, the daughter of Australia's longest-serving prime minister has said.

The champion of just causes

Lawyer Deborah Rolfe has been nominated for a local hero award at the Australia Day Awards.

David Ellery Despite her achievements, this local hero nominee is very humble.

How DIY antibodies changed my life

Julie Cornwell- Kelly with her life saving transfusion device Nikit-34.

David Ellery First Australian to treat immune deficiency by self-administering antibodies gives the process thumbs up.

904,000 people will live in Canberra by 2061 says academic

The foreshores of Lake Ginninderra will need to be redeveloped for Canberra to hold over 900,000 people.

David Ellery Fitting 904,000 people into the ACT by 2061 is not a scary prospect as long as it done properly, an academic says.

Free Nightrider aims to win patrons

Action bus driver Andrew Walls on the Nightrider bus.

David Ellery Territory and Municipal Services have dropped the charge for using the ACT Nightrider Bus Service this year.

Shane Rattenbury claims free night rides save taxpayers money

The Nightrider bus.

David Ellery Slashing fares for next month's Nightrider bus service from $5 to zero could save ACT taxpayers money, Shane Rattenbury believes.

The day definitely belonged to the Doctors in Canberra

Dr Who fans attend a special screening at Dendy of the 50th Anniversary, The Day of the Doctor.

David Ellery Dalek supporters were in the minority when Dr Who fans converged on Civic for Dendy's 3D screening of The Day of the Doctor on Sunday.