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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery Forty years ago, Flying Officer Bill Mayne led a bomb disposal team into a sheep paddock to Canberra's south.
David Ellery With five sleeps before the curtain rises on Summernats 27, Banks' Stephen Booth will be burning the midnight oil to ensure his classic 1967 HR Premier street machine is in peak form for the event.
David Ellery While New Zealand's Queenstown has its adventure pursuits, it cannot match the Molonglo Gorge when it comes to outdoor excitement.
David Ellery Steven Appleby can readily discuss the pros and cons of bus models after 21 years of driving on ACT routes, writes David Ellery.
David Ellery Canberra's north-south divide will become even more marked if the government presses ahead with its election pledge.
David Ellery People expected to tour the Gunning Wind Farm are in for an ''awesome'' experience, site electrician Graham Young says.
David Ellery Book lovers have turned out in their hundreds for the opening of Lifeline's Spring Bookfair.
David Ellery Prime Minister Tony Abbott has a prodigious appetite for work and will almost certainly surprise his critics as his term unfolds, the daughter of Australia's longest-serving prime minister has said.
David Ellery Despite her achievements, this local hero nominee is very humble.
David Ellery Territory and Municipal Services have dropped the charge for using the ACT Nightrider Bus Service this year.
David Ellery Slashing fares for next month's Nightrider bus service from $5 to zero could save ACT taxpayers money, Shane Rattenbury believes.
David Ellery The Memorial's newest exhibition will transport visitors into the private worlds of those who served in World War I.
David Ellery Organisers say Lifeline's littlest book fair punches well above its weight.
David Ellery One of the first things a visitor to Canberra notices is the city's amazing road network.
David Ellery Canberra's 8000 strong Muslim community is observing Ramadan, Islam's holy month, by sharing its faith with the wider community.
David Ellery A simple concrete staircase built by a group of young Australian Catholics has made a profound difference to the lives of some of the poorest people living on a Peruvian hillside.
David Ellery Is Holden the Australian Labor Party's nemesis?
David Ellery A key Canberra delegate to the launch of Australia's $15 billion disability insurance scheme was left angry and humiliated on Saturday when local Qantas staff initially refused to check her electric...
David Ellery Three Cold War warriors from the ACT and Queanbeyan are returning to South Korea later this month.
David Ellery More than 100 volunteers braved the cool conditions to plant 400 trees on the slopes of Mount Majura on Sunday.