John Thistleton Water scientist says network of concrete channels carrying stormwater to the city's lakes are a planning tragedy.
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 From all parts of the ACT, 110 horses and their riders marked Canberra's centenary on Sunday.
John Thistleton Scarce planning resources is tarnishing Canberra's jewel, Lake Burley Griffin, say long-time residents and an advocacy group.
John Thistleton The Land Development Agency's proposed dry boat slipway at Black Mountain Peninsula will create an industrial site with potential for highly polluting maintenance work in a popular lakeside parkland,...
John Thistleton For carefree children who can shrug off icy water between their toes, Black Mountain Peninsula is a slice of paradise.
John Thistleton Bendigo residents on an environmental review committee say a goldminer who is establishing a new underground mine east of Canberra won't have enough money to rehabilitate inactive sites near the...
John Thistleton Residents and community groups have warned that a 1000-page ACT government planning document introducing precinct codes covering most of Canberra could undermine existing development controls.
John Thistleton Among Geoff Hannah's earliest memories of his parents are Ruth working on the end of a cross-cut saw in the 1950s, helping David, a sleeper and girder cutter, cut down trees.
John Thistleton Unity Mining has given an assurance it will not use cyanide to process ore from its underground goldmine at Majors Creek, east of Canberra.
John Thistleton A 1950s bush life left a legacy with cabinetmaker Geoff Hannah that will sit for centuries in a $1.5 million creation.
John Thistleton In pure white, gold and silver lace, champion Wyandotte poultry changed hands at a national show and sale in Queanbeyan at the weekend.
John Thistleton Michael Pearson has put back on the map long-forgotten places of significance in Australia and abroad.
John Thistleton Canberra businessman Pawl Cubbin says reinstating grass for families to spread out a rug on and watch their children play will revive Kingston's languishing Green Square.
John Thistleton A building certifier whose business earned $100,000 a month has admitted cutting corners on declaring a Deakin residential development exempt from planning scrutiny.
John Thistleton Community councils in Canberra's older inner suburbs say they are more active building regulators than planning authorities.
John Thistleton Inner south residents want precinct codes enforceable by law to protect the character of their neighbourhoods.
John Thistleton A bizarre demolition in prestigious Yarralumla could lead to a rewriting of planning regulations.
John Thistleton The Great Depression brought the first duplex homes to Canberra, followed by another surge after World War II.
John Thistleton Planning codes permitting huge homes in inner Canberra are ruining suburbs, says the Deakin Residents Association.