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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake The first thing you notice when you walk into Richard and Bernadette O’Brien’s house in Canberra is the mass of Waterford crystal sparking in the warm winter sun.
Matthew Raggatt, Ross Peake From the Färgrik coffee mugs to the Elly tea towels and Galej tea light holder, you can't avoid Ikea products in the Swedish embassy staff kitchen.
Ross Peake Foreign Affairs has entered the row over siting a new diplomatic enclave at Stirling Park.
Ross Peake Building embassies in Stirling Park will permanently damage the lake environment and limit the ability of Canberrans to use it in ways they may not yet appreciate, residents will tell a parliamentary...
Ross Peake Putting embassies into Stirling Park will damage the greater lake environment forever and impact on its ability to be used by Canberrans in ways we may not even yet appreciate, residents will tell a...
Ross Peake Any new diplomatic enclave should be built in the greenfields area of Molongo rather than the established Stirling Park, a parliamentary inquiry has been told.
Ross Peake A parliamentary inquiry has backed objections of residents to building new embassies at Stirling Park, and criticised the ad hoc approach to allocating land for new missions.
Ross Peake New embassies are unlikely to be built in Stirling Park after a parliamentary inquiry backed objections of residents to the controversial proposal, and criticised the ad hoc approach to allocating...
Ross Peake Territories Minister Catherine King is promising to make an early decision on the controversial plan to build embassies in Stirling Park.
Ross Peake The controversial plan to build embassies in Stirling Park is officially dead today as the National Capital Authority withdraws the proposal.
Ross Peake The lack of shops and amenities in the Parliamentary Triangle must be examined before paid parking is introduced, according to the parliamentary committee that blocked the building of embassies in...
Ross Peake The National Capital Authority will try to boost services in the parliamentary triangle as the thousands of workers in the precinct face paid parking.
Ross Peake A parliamentary committee will be given the green light to investigate the lack of shops in the parliamentary zone.