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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald It's Kingston, by way of Paddington in Sydney and with a certain detour through Fitzroy in Melbourne.
Emma Macdonald The ACT will be the first jurisdiction to charge a senior company manager over the death of a worker in a workplace accident.
Emma Macdonald Canberra's changing weather patterns have wrought havoc on the collective nerves of Canberra garden lovers. But none have monitored the skies so closely, as the Kingston traders.
Emma Macdonald Private Capital: Famous landmark helps Xiang Lei win University of Canberra’s children’s book competition.
Emma Macdonald The Australian National University is experiencing something of a brain drain as esteemed academics cross Belconnen Way for the University of Canberra.
Emma Macdonald On guard! Those hipsters have broken from the confines of Lonsdale Street, Braddon, and staged a southside invasion!
Emma Macdonald Kingston shop owners have reached an impasse with the government on the vexed issue of returning grass to the once popular cafe strip.
Emma Macdonald The ACT government is squandering a golden opportunity to foster community ownership of green space.
Emma Macdonald Kingston Traders have won the battle to have grass replanted in Kingston Square without covering more than $40,000 in Government-imposed insurance and bonds.
Emma Macdonald Forrest Primary year 6 student Jade Lewis sometimes started a book, but rarely finished it.
Emma Macdonald Landscapers will descend on Green Square, removing the much-maligned spiky natives.
Emma Macdonald After a battle spanning several years, the sight of landscapers in high-vis shirts descending on Green Square on Tuesday morning was celebrated by Kingston traders and shoppers alike.
Emma Macdonald Australia's diplomatic community is celebrating Canberra's centenary by opening their doors to the public.
Emma Macdonald Graham Tuckwell has no doubt that he has started something of a trend in philanthropic donations to universities in Australia.
Emma Macdonald A little bit of Melbourne's cosmopolitan laneway culture is about to hit Canberra.
Emma Macdonald A year 7 student with Down syndrome has been repeatedly knocked back from receiving government assistance to get to and from school because she is not attending the one in her ‘‘area’’.
Emma Macdonald Nigerian-born construction worker Karam Rezagui said he had seen ''many hard situations and problems'' in his home country, but nothing prepared him for the carnage of the Kingston building site...
Emma Macdonald ACT students will not be allowed to take part in school swimming activities until they pass an individual swimming competency test.
Emma Macdonald The ACT could become the second jurisdiction in Australia to register engineers in an attempt to crack down on shoddy operators who have been responsible for serious construction collapses in the...
Emma Macdonald Most year 12 graduates will be kicking back tomorrow and putting the stresses of a university entrance rank behind them, but not Reut Rotem.