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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton What makes Canberra's main lake a standout?
John Thistleton Woden is languishing and Belconnen is growing because of high-density developments, a Canberra architect says.
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 Op shop to close after 47 years at Kingston.
John Thistleton Her Yorkshire accent tinged with pride and sadness, Joyce Ovington marvels at what a money-spinner the YMCA's op shop in Kingston has been.
John Thistleton These cats could well be the biggest population of strays in Canberra.
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 It only takes one sourpuss to close a licensed club these days, says Harmonie German Club president Hans Stoehr.
John Thistleton Instead of slowing down and clustering for winter Neil Bingley's bees are active in above-average temperatures and twice as hungry.
John Thistleton Gary Humphries was given police protection from David Eastman when he was attorney-general.
John Thistleton An $85 million grant to clean ACT waterways, the biggest of its kind in Australia, won't fix Canberra's quality issues, but could change the way Australians treat stormwater.
John Thistleton A $100 million interchange on Adelaide Avenue to handle traffic from Molonglo, Weston Creek and Belconnen has been dropped.
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 More major traffic headaches will begin when Majura Parkway opens.
John Thistleton A residents group says the expansion of Manuka Oval threatens to dislodge community groups in the precinct.
John Thistleton This is the school where no parking officer dares go, where bus zones and pedestrian crossings become drop-off zones for parents delivering and collecting their children.
John Thistleton Ignorant drivers, poor planning and public transport are making children's journeys to and from school more dangerous.
John Thistleton From all parts of the ACT, 110 horses and their riders marked Canberra's centenary on Sunday.
John Thistleton and Stephanie Anderson Duplex demolitions will now need approval from the ACT Government following the controversial flattening of a Yarralumla duplex which forced neighbours out of their home following little more than a...
John Thistleton Water scientist says network of concrete channels carrying stormwater to the city's lakes are a planning tragedy.