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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery Hall's Tardis is not the only spaceship currently in residence in the ACT.
David Ellery Not all 'Kitt'' cars are cheap and nasty. Just ask the petrol heads and muscle car fans who were lining up to get a closer look at Glen Blazejak's 1982 Pontiac TransAm at the American Car Nationals...
David Ellery The Memorial's newest exhibition will transport visitors into the private worlds of those who served in World War I.
David Ellery The Doctor is in; in Hall to be exact. And he's not going anywhere.
David Ellery Lovers of the big, the bold and the beautiful need look no further than Queanbeyan this weekend.
David Ellery About 400 rare cars with a combined value of more than $5 million converged on Old Parliament House on Sunday.
David Ellery Canberra's north-south divide will become even more marked if the government presses ahead with its election pledge.
David Ellery Skywhale no longer stands alone as the most whimsical celebration of Canberra's centenary year.
David Ellery This December will mark the 70th anniversary of a plane crash that killed five men just south of Gundaroo.
David Ellery What is it with national capitals and phallic symbols?
David Ellery Australian Federal Police used home made explosives concocted from commonly used chemicals and supermarket products to blow up bomb test dummies, wooden logs and even two cars at the Majura Park...
David Ellery Julia Gillard hit the kill switch on the Canberra economy with her election announcement in January and hundreds of private sector jobs have already been lost as a result, ACT Chamber of Commerce...
David Ellery More than 100 volunteers braved the cool conditions to plant 400 trees on the slopes of Mount Majura on Sunday.
David Ellery When the NRMA wanted to shine the spotlight on the potholes in Canberra's roads in Civic on Thursday, it had to draw a picture of one. The real things are actually pretty thin on the ground.
David Ellery Greens MLA Shane Rattenbury says it makes sense for the ACT government to spend more than half as much money on bicycle and bus transport as it does on roads.
David Ellery One of the first things a visitor to Canberra notices is the city's amazing road network.
David Ellery Three Cold War warriors from the ACT and Queanbeyan are returning to South Korea later this month.
David Ellery Canberra is criss-crossed by roads to nowhere and hollow at its core, an architecture professor says.
David Ellery Hilario Garrido is one of dozens of 457 visa workers who help keep Canberra's motorists on the road.
David Ellery Draft legislation that will make it harder to employ workers on 457 visas should be replaced by more initiatives to encourage young Australians to take up a trade, Canberra motor industry bosses say.