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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald Gungahlin families are less likely to support paying more for childcare in order to boost the wages of childcare workers.
Emma Macdonald On guard! Those hipsters have broken from the confines of Lonsdale Street, Braddon, and staged a southside invasion!
Emma Macdonald Gemma Bonnici is convinced she need never study maths again.
Emma Macdonald A scaffolder has lost his licence for a year in a first for ACT Work Safety inspectors who are cracking down on fall risks.
Emma Macdonald The ACT will be the first state or territory to introduce national reporting standards across core subjects through the primary and high school years.
Emma Macdonald Whether it is feeding students a hearty breakfast prior to sending them into the examination hall, or teaching them yoga and relaxation techniques to keep them calm once they’re in there, ACT...
Emma Macdonald Is Crace the most contented suburb in Canberra, Australia or perhaps the world?
Emma Macdonald ACT Education Minister Joy Burch has given the At-Taqwa Islamic school permission to operate temporarily within the old Spence primary school site.
Emma Macdonald ACT Education Minister Joy Burch ignored her own directorate's advice and approved two new private schools in Canberra despite warnings that one lacks viable enrolments and another threatens...
Emma Macdonald ACT public education groups have called for an inquiry into how non-government schools are approved.
Emma Macdonald The ACT government has approved three new private schools - two Christian and one Islamic - to be built in the ACT despite vehement protests from public education groups that they threaten the...
Emma Macdonald Seven years after the Flynn community lost a furious battle to keep its government primary school open, the war is back on with residents outraged the ACT government has approved the building of a...
Emma Macdonald The ACT Government may consider legislative changes to the way in which new private schools are approved in the future following community unrest about the latest batch of approvals.
Emma Macdonald Canberra's five-year-olds are slightly less vulnerable to developmental delays than other children across Australia.
Emma Macdonald ACT Work Safety Commissioner Mark McCabe has expressed dismay that work sites in Harrison continue to breach safety regulations despite being the subject of two blitzes in two months.
Emma Macdonald Burgmann Anglican School has shot up remarkably in just 15 years.
Emma Macdonald ACT Work Safety Commissioner Mark McCabe has confirmed a record number of 120 notices for safety breaches have been handed down after Wednesday's blitz in Harrison.
Emma Macdonald At least 88 improvement and infringement notices – amounting to up to $50,000 in fines – were issued on Wednesday after a work safety blitz on building sites in Harrison.
Emma Macdonald Two international students who spoke English as a second language and arrived in Australia at the start of Year 11 have achieved Canberra's equal top Australian Tertiary Admission Rank of 99.95.
Emma Macdonald For the 2786 ACT students who completed year 12 and studied for a tertiary entrance score, the wait is finally over.