John Thistleton Canberra-owned Demac Property has paid $4.55 million at auction for a large development site on Melrose Drive at Woden Town Centre.
John Thistleton Bag snatchers and thieves are not having much luck in Canberra, with a woman in Dickson being the latest to thwart an attempted robbery.
John Thistleton An adaptive re-use project will add more hotel rooms to Canberra's south.
John Thistleton Keith Harrison remembers his family's stone fruit orchard - 20,000 trees in wide rows - spreading out in the Araluen valley to the gum tree-covered mountains in the distance.
John Thistleton A grand cathedral project is one of many events to mark Goulburn's 150th anniversary.
John Thistleton He made his mark with cranes and concrete, now John Hindmarsh is immersed in the arts, and leading the next growth phase in Canberra's cultural development.
John Thistleton Traders in Lyons shopping centre will receive new tenancies and neighbours, but no additional parking under plans lodged for a $2.69 million redevelopment.
John Thistleton Southern Cross Club is closing Pitch and Putt, in Phillip, and considering other uses, including a gymnasium.
John Thistleton A carbon monoxide leak has caused two people to collapse at Woden Plaza.
John Thistleton Traffic trickled along the Kings Highway from Canberra to Braidwood on Wednesday morning, as the ACT holiday exodus began.
John Thistleton An audit of the ACT's electricity infrastructure is needed to prevent trees from clashing with powerlines and sparking a fire, according to a Lyons resident.
John Thistleton Owners of horses in a community holding paddock near Lyons feared arcing powerlines on Sunday morning would panic their animals and start a grass fire.
By John Thistleton Owners of horses in a community holding paddock near Lyons feared arcing power lines on Sunday morning would panic their animals and start a grass fire.
John Thistleton See-through walkways stretch out like arms from Callam Offices circular towers, like something borrowed from a Doctor Who episode.
John Thistleton The man who designed offices to put 5000 public servants beyond the reach of treacherous floodwaters at Woden, doesn't hide his contempt for the Commonwealth for drastically scaling back his vision.
John Thistleton WorkSafe ACT has lifted a ban on ActewAGL doing underground electricity connections, but customers could be waiting a while yet to move into new homes.
John Thistleton A LONE crane rising above a frenetic concrete pour at Lyons is a rare bright spot for Canberra's receding construction sector.
John Thistleton Little worker bees are waggle dancing into the hearts of nature-loving Canberrans.
By John Thistleton Little worker bees are waggle dancing into the hearts of nature-loving Canberrans.
John Thistleton Soaring above town centres with big balconies opening on to sparkling water views, three-bedroom apartments in Canberra's choice locations are unloved and empty.