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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake Woden town centre is a land of contrasts, with sparkly glass-sided buildings and abandoned windswept squares.
Ross Peake and Primrose Riordan Federal MP Gai Brodtmann has come out in support of a large-scale housing development in her suburb involving the former Canberra brickworks, although local opposition to the proposal is growing.
Ross Peake As the grocery war intensifies, Canberra already has the nation’s the highest floor space for supermarkets per capita.
Ross Peake The challenge for greater competition has been accepted as supermarket chains increase their focus in the suburbs, writes ROSS PEAKE.
Ross Peake A sacked Catholic bishop will tell a Canberra audience this week he was treated unfairly by Pope Benedict.
ACT's controversial former chief minister Kate Carnell has returned to the main game selling a forceful message
Ross Peake After being forced to resign as ACT Chief Minister all those years ago, Kate Carnell is returning to the national capital with a new image
Ross Peake If you live in Gungahlin, you will be able to ride on the light rail to Civic in a few years. It will be a fast, smooth ride.
Ross Peake The ACT government is about to embark on an ''investment roadshow'' to drum up support for infrastructure projects.
Ross Peake Canberra has big dreams for the kind of city it wants to become but the projects being pushed will need deep pockets or considerable patience.
Ross Peake The federal government has snubbed the ACT's bid for funding to prepare a case for a new convention centre.
Ross Peake A multimillion-dollar contract has been signed to put paid parking in central Canberra in a move that will affect thousands of commuters.
Ross Peake Quentin Bryce recalled tears of sadness and joy as she reminisced about her five-year term as Governor-General.
Ross Peake The Australian War Memorial will defy the federal government's push for paid parking in the Parliamentary Triangle.
Ross Peake The National Capital Authority is about to call for bids for a multimillion-dollar tender to install pay parking machines in the parliamentary triangle.
Ross Peake Canberra motorists will soon be able to forget carrying coins for parking in government car parks.
Ross Peake Solar-powered ticket vending machines with multiple payment options will soon greet motorists in the parliamentary triangle.
Ross Peake The proposed light rail service should be significantly extended, looping through the parliamentary triangle and to the airport, to energise central Canberra and greatly boost its population.
Ross Peake The ACT government has begun examining bids from companies wanting to install pay parking machines in the parliamentary triangle.
Ross Peake The little Ardlethon show attracts numbers, three times its population. And it stands for everything a country show should.
Ross Peake The ACT has more heritage locations deemed "at risk" than any state or territory.