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Phillip Thomson DIESEL is still being used to mark playing areas in the ACT despite continuing environmental and safety concerns.
Phillip Thomson The ACT's warm weather has brought out an increasing number of commuter cyclists.
Phillip Thomson It was such a work of art, it moved from the realm of cake to monument.
Phillip Thomson A roadside bomb in Iraq robbed Liam Haven of his sight in 2008 and the road to recovery was hard.
Phillip Thomson Just hundreds of votes stood between Mike Kelly and his ability to hold the 40-year bellwether status of Eden-Monaro.
Phillip Thomson In Australia's longest-standing bellwether seat, not even the echidnas are safe.
Phillip Thomson Four-year-old Nikola Stekovic has recently learnt to walk.
Phillip Thomson MORE than 250 cyclists are expected to take part in a four-stage competition through Canberra in September which will be broadcast by SBS.
Phillip Thomson In Queanbeyan the average family can be brutal on politicians and the McNamaras are no different.
Phillip Thomson Australia's largest polling booth, 16,900 kilometres away, will be heritage listed.
Phillip Thomson Organ donation and advances in medical science are saving people's lives with increasing success.
Phillip Thomson Queanbeyan's Roslyn Harper has signed up for the longest ride of her life. Again.
Phillip Thomson AN ACT driver who allegedly reached speeds of 140km/h when fleeing police has been caught and charged, and his son and nephew filmed the pursuit on a mobile phone.
Phillip Thomson Another Canberra supermarket has gone into liquidation even as uncertainty over the election continues.
Phillip Thomson IT'S A solitary stretch of road that has become a sanctuary for cyclists but the Old Federal Highway north of Canberra is now seeing fewer riders because of potential threats to their personal safety.
Phillip Thomson MIDDLE-AGED male cyclists in Canberra are turning up to hospital almost as much as teenage boys and blokes in their early 20s.
Phillip Thomson So far there are not enough men to sprout the seeds of love, but Edwina Wright and her friends are optimistic.
Phillip Thomson CLUBS ACT is lobbying the territory government to forgo new fees and charges on watering holes and eateries for the next three years.
Phillip Thomson EIGHTY-FIVE per cent of Canberra's GP practices are now taking new patients.
Phillip Thomson PATIENTS are waiting as long as 1100 days for elective ear, nose and throat surgeries at Canberra Hospital.