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Phillip Thomson is a Public Service Reporter at The Canberra Times.
Phillip Thomson From Catherine Zeta Jones to the capital's touted convention centre. What next for $27b man?
Phillip Thomson Lake more than an ornament.
Phillip Thomson The Canberra Potters' Society is investigating whether it should reduce temperature of its kiln down because its electricity bill is so high.
Phillip Thomson Woman arrested over spate of fires early Sunday morning.
Phillip Thomson A pooch, a pram and some petals, what more do you need?
Phillip Thomson Canberra Hospital surgeons amputate more than one limb a day on average. While that sounds grim, they're performing 15 per cent fewer amputations than they did three years ago.
Jil Hogan and Phillip Thomson Avoid Floriade frustration. Park and walk, say organisers.
Phillip Thomson Norton Rose Fulbright plans to continue servicing federal clients from Sydney and Melbourne when its Civic office closes this year.
Phillip Thomson Police were called in on "suspicious" Ngunnawal fire on Sunday morning.
Phillip Thomson Writer talks about the ability to talk genuinely about terrorists without the fear of being labelled treacherous.
Phillip Thomson Pat Kelly is such a big fan of the South Sydney Rabbitohs he has the team's logo stuck to at least five of his best legs.
Phillip Thomson Prison officers' supporters raise placards on the Monaro Highway ahead of bargaining.
Phillip Thomson Find out the Canberra parking boss's plans for post October 1 but you can't find out who his inspectors are.
Meredith Clisby and Phillip Thomson Empty Penrhyn House in Woden has been revamped by Melbourne based Quintessential Equity in order to attract new tenants when public servants are being shunted out of the town centre.
Phillip Thomson A green energy lobby group hopes hundreds of people will turn up to a community meeting as it attempts to undermine marginal electorate MP Peter Hendy in Eden-Monaro.
Phillip Thomson The jobs of 25 school welfare officers in the ACT are under threat.
Phillip Thomson and Jay Cronan Production company behind The Slap moves in on thriller almost entirely based in Canberra.
Phillip Thomson The Canberra man disputing a $17,000 bill for six months' worth of electricity at his O'Malley home says not even a heart attack can make him give up the fight to lobby for more competition in the...
Phillip Thomson A Canberra family was for years billed for the wrong meter. Then they were told they owed $3000 because of it.
Phillip Thomson Still the stirring drum beat and get the feds to front up.