David Ellery Was the Eureka sword of rebel leader Peter Lalor used decades later by his grandson against the Turkish at Gallipoli?
David Ellery War veterans and stakeholders have given a big thumbs up to the first Canberra Anzac Day commemoration to be conducted on newly appointed Australian War Memorial director Brendan Nelson’s watch.
David Ellery War veterans and stakeholders have given a big thumbs up to the first Canberra Anzac Day commemoration to be conducted on the watch of the newly appointed Australian War Memorial director, Dr Brendan...
David Ellery The Gonski reforms were never going to bring large sums of money to the ACT, chief minister Katy Gallagher says.
David Ellery Great Scots Tam and Jackie Kelly are the envy of grey nomads and wannabe around-Australia tripsters everywhere with their immaculate 1974 Ford Transit motorhome.
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.
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.
David Ellery Chisholm's Mark Zezulka wants the ''idiots'' set people's cars alight for fun to realise their pranks are not victimless crimes.
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...
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.
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.
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.
David Ellery Waramanga's Eddie Jones left Canberra yesterday morning for his second all-expenses-paid trip to Papua New Guinea's Milne Bay.
David Ellery Making the world a better place is a major fringe benefit of a typical day at the office for Aspen Medical managing director Glenn Keys.