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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake The push to build bridges across the Murrumbidgee to expand Tuggeranong westwards is gaining momentum with the idea now being examined by the National Capital Authority.
Ross Peake Tuggeranong should be extended to the west side of the Murrumbidgee River to bring more people to the region, Liberal senator Zed Seselja said.
Ross Peake Nappy Valley is turning grey - and that's bad news for the Tuggeranong Town Centre
Ross Peake The debate over changes to public housing in Canberra has been raging for years. While tearing down dilapidated units is undoubtedly good news for developers, what will does it mean for the...
Ross Peake Work is about to begin on several projects for the revamp of Woden town centre including the long overdue construction of a new bus interchange.
Ross Peake Woden town centre is a land of contrasts, with sparkly glass-sided buildings and abandoned windswept squares.
Ross Peake A social phenomenon that meets a need for older men is taking a firm hold in Canberra and across Australia.
Ross Peake The National Capital Authority’s grip on all parts of Canberra should be loosened, according to Zed Seselja.
Ross Peake Lifeline Canberra’s new boss was astounded when she entered the cavernous warehouse used to sort books for the organisation’s bookfairs.
Ross Peake What is the impact of the federal budget on the ACT?
Ross Peake The Air Force officer who was sacked as director of the Australian War Memorial says he was the victim of a left-wing vendetta.
Ross Peake As the ACT approached self-government, federal cabinet changed its mind after pressure from the Democrats on which electoral model to adopt for the Legislative Assembly.
Ross Peake The cuts to the federal public service will hit Canberra harder than Holden's job losses will affect South Australia.
Ross Peake Quentin Bryce recalled tears of sadness and joy as she reminisced about her five-year term as Governor-General.
Ross Peake The ACT can boast it is leading the nation in the drive to use solar and wind power to heat and cool our homes
Ross Peake The ACT economy may be entering a gloomy period, with building approvals slowing in contrast to national trends.
Ross Peake Former Eden-Monaro MP Mike Kelly will nominate for the vacancy created by Senator Carr’s resignation.
Ross Peake A Greens member vying for preselection for the ACT Senate race has apparently been told not to criticise the candidate favoured by federal leader Christine Milne.
Cabinet Papers: 1984-85
Ross Peake and Peter Jean Cutting costs rather than granting democracy was the principal motive for establishing self-government in the ACT, according to the territory's first Labor senator, Susan Ryan.
Cabinet Papers: 1984-85
Ross Peake In April 1985 federal ministers considered closing Watson High School and three primary schools, along with increasing class sizes and reducing ancillary staff in ACT government schools.