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Noel Towell is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Noel Towell The motorists of Weston Creek and Canberra’s new Molonglo suburbs have endured more than two years of roadworks misery on Cotter Road.
Noel Towell The federal government says it is up to the private sector to breathe commercial life into Canberra's Parliamentary Triangle.
Noel Towell Australian families could end up paying for the ATO's plans for big businesses to supervise their own tax returns.
Noel Towell Foreign governments sitting on valuable Commonwealth land, sometimes for decades, in Canberra's diplomatic dress circle will be told to use it or lose it.
Noel Towell and Matthew Raggatt The net is closing on a Canberra building company accused of leaving home buyers in the lurch with unfinished houses.
Matthew Raggatt, Noel Towell and Tom McIlroy The chief executive of the RSPCA ACT Michael Linke has announced he is leaving the organisation.
Noel Towell and Tom McIlroy Workers at Canberra's RSPCA say they tried to raise alleged problems at the group's Weston Creek compound in 2010.
Noel Towell and Tom McIlroy ACT’s minister for animal welfare backs Canberra’s RSPCA amid the fallout from resignation of chief executive Michael Linke.
Noel Towell The rebels of the Eureka Stockade might have been in trouble if they had found themselves in Terence Higgins' court.
Lisa Cox, Noel Towell The Canberra Liberals have been accused of "blatant push polling" in a telephone survey of Canberra residents about the ACT election.
Noel Towell An urban storm water program in Canberra's north, originally meant to cost taxpayers $3.5 million, ended up with a budget of more than $50 million, according to the territory's water regulator.
Noel Towell The Canberra Liberals promised yesterday to spend $350,000 on netball courts in Canberra's south if elected this month, while the ACT Greens launched a $2.
Noel Towell Talks aimed at resolving Canberra's buried asbestos crisis have collapsed with the territory government accusing the Commonwealth of double standards.
Noel Towell Another casualty in Canberra’s front yard hedge war has emerged - a magnificent 60 metre specimen in Ainslie’s heritage-listed Corroboree Park.
Noel Towell This could be the hedge that reignites Canberra's front yard shrubbery war.
John-Paul Moloney, Noel Towell Four and half years since the last Canberra hedge war, the scars for residents of Stokes Street in Griffith are still healing.
Noel Towell It's been a war with no winners...until now.
Noel Towell, Christopher Knaus The ANU Student Association admits more than $125,000 of its members' money is missing due to alleged fraud.
Noel Towell The Australian National University's student newspaper has apologised over its conduct around the alleged embezzlement of more than $125,000 of students' money by a former office holder in the...
Noel Towell Four-and-a-bit years in politics sure can change a bloke's tune.