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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton Today in history for Tuesday, September 2
John Thistleton Gary Humphries was given police protection from David Eastman when he was attorney-general.
John Thistleton A $100 million interchange on Adelaide Avenue to handle traffic from Molonglo, Weston Creek and Belconnen has been dropped.
John Thistleton Sotiria Liangis has spent about seven years building the O'Malley mansion and says it will stand for 300 years.
John Thistleton Winched into the air, Canberra public servant Kari Roberson was not expecting a close brush with disaster before breaking an Australian women's record for paragliding.
John Thistleton Old homes with a window into Canberra's early history are being boarded up, when they could be opened to the wider community, say heritage advocates.
John Thistleton From all parts of the ACT, 110 horses and their riders marked Canberra's centenary on Sunday.
John Thistleton Two summers of unprecedented rain and unusually cool temperatures have left a large fuel load of grass and unburnt forest areas in and around Canberra.
John Thistleton Canberra researchers say they have confirmed the first case of a fire tornado from analysis of evidence collected during the January 2003 Canberra fires.
John Thistleton In a helicopter over fire-ravaged Canberra in January 2003, Alan Walker and Stephen Wilkes photographed the black ruins of homes and trees below, unaware their images would create the world's first...
John Thistleton Local government councils around the ACT are financially sustainable in the short term, but the biggest of them, in Queanbeyan, has scored a weak assessment from the NSW Treasury.
John Thistleton Queanbeyan Council's financial sustainability is not so weak after all. After initially accepting a NSW Treasury assessment that its finances were in a poor position, the council now says this was...
John Thistleton Small shops across Canberra say they're being bullied by a major bread supplier, with one terminating more than 40 years of dealing with the baker.
John Thistleton Foreign embassies looking for new diplomatic headquarters in Australia's national capital are facing fierce opposition from Canberrans, none more strident than in Yarralumla.
John Thistleton Your daily bread is safe for now, even though the drivers delivering it overnight say they're finding it harder to earn a crust.
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John Thistleton Albury motorists are paying up to 11c less per litre for their unleaded petrol than Canberra motorists.
John Thistleton IGA supermarket operators want the ACT Auditor-General to investigate why Coles and Woolworths will soon have nearly 40 per cent of the territory's entire supermarket space in additional floor space...
John Thistleton A village of 60 will cheer its school's 125th anniversary today after it was snatched from the brink of oblivion.
John Thistleton The Cann family of Holder were given a glimpse of the wool industry at Tidbinbilla Station, south-west of Canberra, yesterday, where contract shearers are working through 900 super-fine merinos a day.