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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.

Royal Commission into Institutional Responses into Child Sexual Abuse - key profiles

David Ellery Key people in the Canberra hearings of the Royal Commissions into Institutional Responses into Child Sexual Abuse.

Focus on the big picture thinking a welcome change

David Ellery The Canty family of Torrens has a lot riding on what has been billed as the most significant ACT budget in decades.

Apia lifts cut-off for CTP rebate

An APIA Insurance Ad.

David Ellery Apia has lifted the cut-off age for eligibility for its $75 good driver rebate in the ACT from 69 to 79.

Samuel Woldeamamual Gebremichael, Kirsten Molloy win Canberra Marathon 2014

Canberra Marathon.

David Ellery Ethiopian Samuel Woldeamamual Gebremichael has won the men's race in The Canberra Times Canberra Marathon and Kirsten Molloy has crossed the line first in the women's race.

Duntroon: The class of 1914

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Group portrait of Lieutenant Cyril Albert?Clowes?(left), his?brother?Lieutenant Norman?Clowes (right) and E.L Vowles who later became Duntroon's commandant from 1945 to 1948.

David Ellery They were the first class of cadets to pass through the Royal Military College, Duntroon.

The day definitely belonged to the Doctors in Canberra

Dr Who fans attend a special screening at Dendy of the 50th Anniversary, The Day of the Doctor.

David Ellery Dalek supporters were in the minority when Dr Who fans converged on Civic for Dendy's 3D screening of The Day of the Doctor on Sunday.

NRMA strikes out on the ruin to roads

Foreground is Alan Evans, NRMA director for ACT and the Southern Region; rear is Rudy Kistler, the ``3D chalk artist'' from Austinmere (near Wollongong) who drew the pot hole.
Have also sent a shot of the pothole itself.
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David Ellery When the NRMA wanted to shine the spotlight on the potholes in Canberra's roads in Civic on Thursday, it had to draw a picture of one. The real things are actually pretty thin on the ground.

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Waterworks a big part of history

Smoke from the 2003 bushfires covers Canberra.

David Ellery The National Capital Development Commission reunion in March has resulted in a book offering great insight into the city's development.

North-south digital gap will widen with Coalition NBN plan

Optic cable that was used as part of the National Broadband Network.

David Ellery Canberra's north-south divide will become even more marked if the government presses ahead with its election pledge.

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Resident prepared to face fire's return

Ric Hingee at his fire resistant home in Duffy.

David Ellery When Ric Hingee lost his Duffy home in 2003, the financial adviser and former engineer vowed he would never let that happen again.

The champion of just causes

Lawyer Deborah Rolfe has been nominated for a local hero award at the Australia Day Awards.

David Ellery Despite her achievements, this local hero nominee is very humble.

How DIY antibodies changed my life

Julie Cornwell- Kelly with her life saving transfusion device Nikit-34.

David Ellery First Australian to treat immune deficiency by self-administering antibodies gives the process thumbs up.

The shooting of Eddie Jones

David Ellery This is an extended version of an article on Battle of Milne Bay veteran, Eddie Jones, that appears in Thursday's Canberra Times.

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Milne Bay veteran makes his return

90 year old Battle of Milne Bay veteran Ed Jones at home in Waramanga before departing Canberra for the 70th anniversary of the battle in Papua New Guinea.

David Ellery Waramanga's Eddie Jones left Canberra yesterday morning for his second all-expenses-paid trip to Papua New Guinea's Milne Bay.

He's no ordinary young man

David Ellery When he was 15 years old UberGlobal's Michael McGoogan hired his mother, Margaret, to manage the accounts for his fledgling IT start-up in Rivett.

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When Canberra took flight

David Ellery Sir Charles Kingsford Smith is not a name that springs to mind when one is talking about the early history of air travel to Canberra.

Police deny inaction on car fire bombings

Ray Whitehead's looks into the melted remains of the interior of his son's holden commodore that was firebombed Isabella Plains.

David Ellery ACT Policing has defended its decision not to make public the fire bombing of a car outside a townhouse in Isabella Plains that hospitalised a Cromwell Circuit resident at 2am on Saturday.

Firebomb victim unhappy with ACT police

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David Ellery Monday's report of ACT Policing's apparent lack of action over a shotgun attack on a car at Kambah just after Christmas was ''deja vu all over again'' for Curtin nurse Anne Duffy.

Car firebombings hurt people, ruin lives, says victim

\Mark Zezulka, a resident in Chisholm, Canberra had his car fire bombed last year.

David Ellery Chisholm's Mark Zezulka wants the ''idiots'' set people's cars alight for fun to realise their pranks are not victimless crimes.

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John's journeys are all about his passion

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Speleologist (the study of caves), John Dunkley, has been awarded an AM. Pictured at Mt Taylor reserve. 
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Photo: Rohan Thomson. The Canberra Times.

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David Ellery P earce's John Dunkley is the type of teacher we all wish we'd had at school. The retired educator, who turns 70 this year, has a passion for life and a curiosity about the world around him that...