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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake If you live in Gungahlin, you will be able to ride on the light rail to Civic in a few years. It will be a fast, smooth ride.
Ross Peake Superfast broadband has finally arrived in Gungahlin.
Ross Peake More than 14,000 Gungahlin households are about to be connected to the national broadband network.
Ross Peake The long-awaited rollout of the NBN in Canberra will be delayed by six months.
Ross Peake An internet training room will be established at Gungahlin Library at a cost of almost $1 million.
Ross Peake Katy Gallagher and Shane Rattenbury are now halfway through the four-year term of the parliamentary agreement that allowed Labor to retain power. How well is the arrangement operating?
Ross Peake The debate over changes to public housing in Canberra has been raging for years. While tearing down dilapidated units is undoubtedly good news for developers, what will does it mean for the...
Ross Peake Woden town centre is a land of contrasts, with sparkly glass-sided buildings and abandoned windswept squares.
Ross Peake The National Capital Authority’s grip on all parts of Canberra should be loosened, according to Zed Seselja.
Ross Peake Lifeline Canberra’s new boss was astounded when she entered the cavernous warehouse used to sort books for the organisation’s bookfairs.
Ross Peake The ACT government is finally taking steps to build an indigenous bush retreat for drug and alcohol rehabilitation near Tharwa.
Ross Peake The plan to cut down 27 trees for a “temporary” car park in Dickson is expected to draw strong objections during a community meeting on Wednesday evening.
Ross Peake The first thing you notice when you walk into Richard and Bernadette O’Brien’s house in Canberra is the mass of Waterford crystal sparking in the warm winter sun.
Ross Peake As the grocery war intensifies, Canberra already has the nation’s the highest floor space for supermarkets per capita.
Ross Peake The challenge for greater competition has been accepted as supermarket chains increase their focus in the suburbs, writes ROSS PEAKE.
Ross Peake Nappy Valley is turning grey - and that's bad news for the Tuggeranong Town Centre
Ross Peake The Hawke Labor government seriously considered breaking the promise to fund the operating deficit of Calvary Hospital, which would have closed all its public beds.
Ross Peake MPs are concerned that changes to media ownership may result in less local content, particularly television news.
Ross Peake Canberra's neighbouring MPs say they are being treated as ''the ACT's junkyard'' as the national capital aggressively boosts funding for wind farms in the region.
Ross Peake The ACT can boast it is leading the nation in the drive to use solar and wind power to heat and cool our homes