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Stephanie Anderson

Stephanie Anderson is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Former public servant wins $840k in super compensation

Supreme Court

Stephanie Anderson The Commonwealth could be forced to pay millions of dollars to public servants

Man arrested for murder in Queanbeyan

Police

Stephanie Anderson A Queanbeyan man has been charged with murder after a man house-sitting for a friend was found dead in a home at the weekend.

Compo may balloon after staff misled over super

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon.

Stephanie Anderson The Commonwealth could be forced to pay increasing amounts of compensation to former government employees as concerns for ex-Canberra Hospital workers come to light.

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Bushfire complacency puts locals at risk

Hills on fire near Jugiong in 2013.

Stephanie Anderson Firefighters have spoken out about the lack of preparation for dangerous fire conditions, just 12 months after multiple blazes blackened properties across south east NSW.

False alarms as fire crews brace for trouble

Stephanie Anderson Fire crews have been recalled after an out-of-control fire near Bungendore was discovered to be a false alarm.

Allow more time for public servants to claim lost super: lawyer

Stephanie Anderson The federal government is under pressure to suspend time limits for litigation relating to public servant superannuation.

Fire fears remain as crews swoop on scorched earth

ACT and NSW rural fire service work together to bring a bush fire under control in Burbong Road in Weetalabah.

Stephanie Anderson Total fire bans remain in place across Canberra and surrounding regions as the capital braves a record-breaking heatwave.

Calls to increase the number of petrol stations in ACT

Stephanie Anderson The drain on Canberra's service stations has been plugged, but there are now calls to increase the number of petrol outlets across the capital.

Bullet Train could be your ticket, unless you're a stiff

4 October 2012. Noel Towell Story. News. Canberra Times photo by Rohan Thomson. Members of the Bullet Train for Canberra Party, Tim Bohm (Molonglo), Chris Bucknell (Ginninderra), and Mark Erwood (Brindabella).


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Stephanie Anderson If you're not a stiff, celebrity or washed-up sports star, the Bullet Train for Australia Party is waiting for your call.

Will the bellwether ring true? Hendy keeps nose in front

Noel Towell and Stephanie Anderson Liberal challenger Peter Hendy has edged further in front as counting continues in the seat of Eden-Monaro, which may yet retain its famous bellwether status.

One dead in Hume Highway crash

A fatality on the Hume Highway about 20km south of Marulan.

Tom McIlroy and Stephanie Anderson A man has died in a crash involving a truck and several cars, on the Hume Highway about 15km south of Marulan.

Police search for missing Queanbeyan teen

Missing girl Ashleigh Knobel-Wickson, known by friends and family as 'Lori'.

Stephanie Anderson Police are urging the public’s help in locating a teenage girl who went missing from a Queanbeyan address almost a week ago.

Missing teen found safe

Stephanie Anderson A teenage girl who went missing from a Queanbeyan address more than a week ago has been found.

Death in custody under investigation in Canberra

06 September 2012 News, Journalist Louis Andrews The Canberra Times, Photo Jay Cronan. The Alexander Maconochie Centre Generic.

Stephanie Anderson and Lisa Cox A man has died while in custody at the Alexander Maconochie Centre on Tuesday, prompting an investigation by ACT Policing.

More claims over roos on roads

News
Dead kangaroo lays on Majura Road.
The Canberra Times
30 April 2013
Photo Jay Cronan

Stephanie Anderson Kangaroos have been dubbed the primary culprits in collisions with Canberra drivers, accounting for 90 per cent of animal related claims lodged in the capital.

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Unions to rally over pay dispute stalemate

Secretary of ACT Unions, Kim Sattler at media conference after union meeting held at Mitchell Headquarters.

Stephanie Anderson and Lisa Cox Angry ACT public service union representatives are preparing for protected action if their protest at Labor’s annual conference this weekend fails to break the pay dispute stalemate.

Evacuation alert after Goulburn deluge

Flooding in Goulburn: June 25

Stephanie Anderson and Tom McIlroy An SES flood evacuation warning for low-lying parts of Goulburn remained in place on Tuesday night, after more than 120 millimetres of rain in 24 hours.

Informal votes drop in ACT

Voting in Queanbeyan

Stephanie Anderson Informal voting has decreased across the majority of polling booths in the ACT.

Labor loses ground in vital Queanbeyan booths

Liberal candidate Peter Hendy at his Greenleigh home while counting continues in the seat of Eden - Monaro.

Noel Towell and Stephanie Anderson Liberal challenger Peter Hendy has edged further in front as counting continues in the seat of Eden-Monaro, which may yet retain its famous bellwether status.

Debate over Denman Prospect's development continues

Headshout of ACT Property Council Exec. Director Catherine Carter

Stephanie Anderson and Meredith Clisby The Property Council has launched a scathing attack on the Land Development Agency as the latter plans to take over development of Molonglo’s new suburb.

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