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Phillip Thomson is a Public Service Reporter at The Canberra Times.
Phillip Thomson The Canberra Potters' Society is investigating whether it should reduce temperature of its kiln down because its electricity bill is so high.
Phillip Thomson Norton Rose Fulbright plans to continue servicing federal clients from Sydney and Melbourne when its Civic office closes this year.
Meredith Clisby and Phillip Thomson Empty Penrhyn House in Woden has been revamped by Melbourne based Quintessential Equity in order to attract new tenants when public servants are being shunted out of the town centre.
Phillip Thomson The jobs of 25 school welfare officers in the ACT are under threat.
Phillip Thomson ActewAGL bill reveals ACT's worst ever metering mistake.
Phillip Thomson The hunt is on for altruistic landlords willing to rent out their properties for free or at a discounted rate.
Phillip Thomson Forestry industry lobbyist Ross Hampton wants to save some scientists.
Phillip Thomson The top five tips to know if you should take redundancy.
Phillip Thomson Canberra Liberals want to start debate on the cost of a light rail network.
Phillip Thomson Survey called "push poll" as cost of Northbourne Avenue works labelled "very very significant".
Phillip Thomson Striking out to create a new type of business should be like driving down the highway at 110km/hr, said Matt Stimson, a 27-year-old putting together his own social network for Australian teachers...
Phillip Thomson NBN Co chief operating officer says rollout maps given to Canberrans were misleading.
Phillip Thomson DIESEL is still being used to mark playing areas in the ACT despite continuing environmental and safety concerns.
Phillip Thomson The ACT light rail project could spend nearly $1 million over five years to help sell the project to Canberrans.
Phillip Thomson The owner of a Canberra gay bar that closed its doors after four months says he will not be trying it again any time soon.
Phillip Thomson For a bloke who approaches complete strangers and offers to read them a poem, Andrew Galan's knockback rate is surprisingly low.
Phillip Thomson Martin Brady lives a life with the stars. If the pyrotechnics expert is not firing them into the air, he is working for them.
Phillip Thomson Lack of security cameras at an ACT government animal shelter has been highlighted after a confusing case involving a lost dog.
Phillip Thomson Beleaguered CSIRO staff in Canberra are demanding no less than 300 bicycle storage bays at their new Black Mountain site.
Phillip Thomson The mysterious owner of a Subaru has notched up a record only Canberrans would appreciate.