Phillip Thomson A burgeoning movement in Canberra is aiming to be one step ahead of the looming world food crisis
Phillip Thomson Canberra cyclists are involved in four recorded collisions a week and a number of them happen on a small stretch of busy road.
Phillip Thomson A COMPANY that spent millions of dollars buying orthopaedic practices across Australia and is now fighting a legal battle with numerous Canberra surgeons has been facing a financially uncertain...
Phillip Thomson THE MOST powerful lobbying firm in Canberra would shrink to almost nothing and be replaced by its ''evil twin'' if the Gillard government lost the election.
Phillip Thomson Pocketsof Belconnen hurt by property damage and sexual assaults are ?wanting Neighbourhood Watch volunteers to join a burgeoning territory army.
Phillip Thomson SPENDING millions of dollars a year replacing timber power poles appears likely to continue because it would cost billions to put Canberra's electricity underground.
Phillip Thomson DUNTROON Staff Cadet Alex Reichstein started with about 150 classmates, and now only around a third of them are left.
Phillip Thomson THREE high school students running to lend a hand to a boy given a bloodied nose by a car door was a reminder of the dangerous road about which their principal has been complaining for years.
Phillip Thomson IT IS not hard to guess Trevor Leisk's clientele. Although the top-class locksmith with the Essex accent won't reveal his customers, it is important to note he works in a town of spies, diplomats,...
Phillip Thomson PRINCE CHARLES and the Duchess of Cornwall found a very Australian way to defuse the controversy over the renaming of Parkes Place to Queen Elizabeth Terrace on Saturday - by using a packet of Tim...
Michael Inman and Phillip Thomson FOUR registered bidders battled for the right to call 83 Banambila Street, Aranda, home yesterday, with the four-bedroom property selling under the hammer for $830,000.
Phillip Thomson A CANCER patient suffering severe breathing difficulties waited for two days in Canberra Hospital's emergency department before being admitted to a ward.
Phillip Thomson IT is rare to see a cake stand so tall it towers above everything else, even appetites.
Phillip Thomson Canberra's southside residents are more likely to be stung by a European wasp than their northside neighbours.
Phillip Thomson THE lawnmower is replaced with a blower vac and someone else's electricity bill is a vital piece of information.
auction Watch By Phillip Thomson SPRING has brought with it some promising results for auctioneers on the Canberra property market.
Phillip Thomson A teacher and student have received electric shocks at ACT government schools this year, just two of the 41 dangerous incidents which have occurred at Canberra public schools in the past financial...
Phillip Thomson An Oxley home sold at auction for $862,000 yesterday, the second week in a row the suburb's price record has been broken.
Phillip Thomson THE TEARS of one of Canberra's biggest Olympic medal hopes were replicated 17,000 kilometres away early yesterday morning as BMX time-trial world champion Caroline Buchanan failed to win a medal.
Phillip Thomson WITH a head not much bigger than a tennis ball and a 60 per cent chance of surviving, Cooper Arnold emerged into the world at Canberra Hospital weighing just 1100 grams.