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Stephanie Anderson

Stephanie Anderson is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Shots fired into Gungahlin tattoo parlour

Matthew Raggatt, Stephanie Anderson A Gungahlin tattoo parlour has been sprayed with bullets overnight, prompting a police investigation.

Gungahlin tattoo parlour shooting: bikie links possible as police hunt dark ute

Police officers at the Gungahlin tattoo parlour, which was sprayed with bullets.

Stephanie Anderson Police have not ruled out the possibility of bikie involvement as new information comes to light around a shooting attack on a Gungahlin tattoo parlour last week.

Second shooting in Gungahlin in a week

Forensics officers were investigating a second shooting in Gungahlin, this one through the window of a home.

Stephanie Anderson Police are investigating the second shooting incident in Gungahlin - this time into a home across the road from the police station.

'Underbelly' fears following Gungahlin shootings

ACT policing officers inspect the scene of the second shooting in Gungahlin this week.

Stephanie Anderson Gungahlin may be a far cry from the badlands seen in television's Underbelly, but that’s the comparison at least one local is making after two shootings in the northern suburb this week.

Hungry forced to walk to access food relief


Stephanie Anderson Limited public transport options are forcing the hungry and disadvantaged to walk for hours to access emergency food relief.

ACT Govt could change laws following stamp duty loss


Stephanie Anderson The ACT Government won’t rule out changing laws to garner more stamp duty in the future following a legal defeat which could cost them millions of dollars.

Crace home owners score stamp duty win over government

L-R  Luke Dorsett and his partner Roozbeh Araghi of Crace have won a court battle over stamp duty and are set to receive $20,000 back from the Government.

Stephanie Anderson and Noel Towell Having a $17,000 bill slashed to $20 is reason to celebrate in anyone's language but for one Canberra couple it's a financial boon that has come with a fair bit of stress not to mention cost.

ACT Govt could change laws following stamp duty loss

Stephanie Anderson The ACT Government won’t rule out changing laws to garner more stamp duty in the future following a legal defeat which could cost them millions of dollars.

Braddon murderer tells victim's family 'I blame myself'

Images of a memorial for murdered university graduate Liang Zhao by the side of Northbourne Avenue in Braddon.

Stephanie Anderson One of the men who robbed and murdered Liang Zhao as he walked along Northbourne Avenue has apologised for his crime, saying he deserves to be in jail for a long time.

Wild weather from snow to severe fire danger

Wild winds

Stephanie Anderson and Matthew Raggatt The elements were on show on Thursday, as dangerous winds caused nearly 2000 Canberra homes and businesses to lose power.

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Teen hit by truck in day of chaos

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Fleta Page, Tom McIlroy and Stephanie Anderson Chaos reigned across the Canberra region's roads on Wednesday with a series of crashes bringing traffic to a halt and 15 cars, a petrol tanker, two trucks, a taxi and a 13-year-old pedestrian...

Concern over city's 'food desert'

Households in some of Canberra's wealthiest suburbs are to struggling to eat on a regular basis due to a lack of supermarkets in walking distance.

Stephanie Anderson Households in some of Canberra's wealthiest suburbs are struggling to eat on a regular basis because of the inner south's "food desert", new research has found.

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Politics a market dampener

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Stephanie Anderson and Ewa Kretowicz An impressive Campbell home was one of several properties that failed to sell in what was a patchy weekend for Canberra's market.

Man burned in Mitchell fire

Neighbours hose down the boundary of their property as a fire burns at a Mitchell car yard.

Stephanie Anderson A man has been treated for burns following a blaze which tore through a car yard in Mitchell this morning.

Demand sends rentals for apartments sky high

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Stephanie Anderson Sales of larger apartments may be proving sluggish, but rental returns on three-bedroom units have skyrocketed over the past year.

For richer and poorer, cafe has two menus

The standard (left) and budget (right) options from the menu at G's Market Cafe.

Stephanie Anderson Restaurateurs have a long history of catering to the wealthy, but one local café has decided to reverse the trend and offer an alternative menu for struggling Canberrans.

Voting guide: Sausages, cakes and polling booths

Cindy Allen who is a mum but also canteen manager at Giralang Primary School with some of the already baked cakes and muffins etc that will be on sale tomorrow at the school for people that turn up to vote. Cindy gets a sneaky muffin in after all the hard work.

Stephanie Anderson After running the gauntlet of pamphlet-wielding campaign volunteers and deciphering the ballot paper, voters can always rely on the local P&C to provide a delicious reward for locals carrying out...

Feeding democracy a boost to schools' coffers

Stephanie Anderson It's the highlight of the day for many voters.

Security guard detains man after alleged attempted robbery

Stephanie Anderson A man will face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning, having been arrested after allegedly attempting to steal from a vending machine at a Harrison construction site over the weekend.

More units cheaper to buy than rent: report

Stephanie Anderson Buying an apartment in Canberra may be cheaper than renting, but only in a handful of suburbs.