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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald On guard! Those hipsters have broken from the confines of Lonsdale Street, Braddon, and staged a southside invasion!
Emma Macdonald Gemma Bonnici is convinced she need never study maths again.
Emma Macdonald Australian National University staff have stepped back from the brink of strike action after negotiations over a pay rise resumed late on Friday afternoon.
Emma Macdonald Australia's diplomatic community is celebrating Canberra's centenary by opening their doors to the public.
Emma Macdonald The ANU will spend $25 million moving its medical school 500 metres across campus.
Emma Macdonald Australian National University students are threatening to disrupt one of the university's major public relations events by protesting budget cuts during Saturday's open day.
Emma Macdonald Australian National University Vice-Chancellor Ian Young has backed away from cuts to tutorials across the College of Arts and Social Sciences, instead referring the matter for a formal review.
Emma Macdonald Christian Schools Australia has accused public education groups of running a bullying campaign against the ACT government for approving three new religious schools, saying class warfare and religious...
Emma Macdonald Australian National University vice-chancellor Ian Young has told students he had no idea tutorials were under threat at the College of Arts and Social Sciences - only hearing about it when contacted...
Emma Macdonald A review tutorials at the ANU will consider the consultation process as well as the evidence for and potential risks of large forums.
Emma Macdonald The number of Canberra schools taking part in a financial autonomy trial has been dramatically scaled back.
Emma Macdonald The ACT government has never checked non-residential buildings for a deadly form of asbestos.
Emma Macdonald The ACT government has increased its accountability when it assesses new non-government schools.
Emma Macdonald The government is reviewing records of asbestos removal across homes in the ACT from the mid-1980.
Emma Macdonald ACT public education groups have called for an inquiry into how non-government schools are approved.
Emma Macdonald Non-government schools have received a windfall in the ACT budget while the number of education bureaucrats will be cut to help pay for new spending.
Emma Macdonald The ACT Government may consider legislative changes to the way in which new private schools are approved in the future following community unrest about the latest batch of approvals.
Emma Macdonald Canberra's five-year-olds are slightly less vulnerable to developmental delays than other children across Australia.
Emma Macdonald The Canberra Times league tables of literacy and numeracy performance across all schools in the ACT continue to show the dominance of independent schools over government and Catholic schools.
Emma Macdonald Young electrical apprentices in the ACT are illegally being forced to work without appropriate supervision.