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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton There goes the (bush) neighbourhood say residents worried about new housing.
John Thistleton The ACT Government is weighing up whether household cats should be registered.
John Thistleton A high-speed service on Australia's east coast may be off the political agenda, but our Japanese and Chinese trading partners can see the benefits.
John Thistleton What makes Canberra's main lake a standout?
John Thistleton Woolworths' cheap loaf of bread has prompted a bigger discount from Supabarn.
John Thistleton Two factions at the Harmonie German Club will meet on Tuesday night to try to resolve differences.
John Thistleton As the national capital Canberra was always destined to get an opportunity to shine in the ABC's satire Utopia.
John Thistleton Police chased a 16 year-old boy driving a stolen car through Kingston, Barton and Russell before catching and arresting him early on Sunday morning.
John Thistleton Leading cycling advocates are calling for a mandatory one-metre clearance between vehicles and cyclists.
John Thistleton Trees are dividing more than footpaths and water pipes in Canberra, judging by two cases before the appeals tribunal, which has been called on to resolve differences between unit owners over whether...
John Thistleton Yarralumla Residents Association will present a petition next week calling on the ACT Government to withdrawl contentious plans for redeveloping the land around Canberra Bickworks.
John Thistleton One of Canberra's largest cycling advocacy groups has slammed the ACT government's response to a sharp increase in cycling injuries.
John Thistleton Friends of Glenburn and ranger Dean Darcy have worked to conserve the Collier family homestead.
John Thistleton One of the best-timed autumn rain breaks in many years has caused a spike in cattle prices and set up grain farmers for a promising spring harvest.
John Thistleton Water scientist says network of concrete channels carrying stormwater to the city's lakes are a planning tragedy.
John Thistleton Justin Ryan wants nothing more than to walk down to a small supermarket in Braddon and buy an onion.
John Thistleton A glimpse of Braidwood’s lawless past flashed across the village’s main street on Thursday when artists stopped the traffic while carrying their latest work into the National Theatre.
John Thistleton A new $16 million livestock exchange at Yass will finish Goulburn as a stock-selling centre.
John Thistleton A new 100-home subdivision at Murrumbateman will provide 60 per cent more housing for the village and critical mass for new services.
John Thistleton Residential development is nearing the spectacular Murrumbidgee and Ginninderra gorges, where people want to protect their exceptional natural beauty.