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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake A yellow bus will arrive in Canberra on Wednesday as its crew winds up a trip around Australia to “put mateship back on track”.
Ross Peake The thousands of Canberra people pounding the pavement in crisp Spring weather have raised more than $110,000 for charity.
Ross Peake Woden town centre is a land of contrasts, with sparkly glass-sided buildings and abandoned windswept squares.
Ross Peake Work is about to begin on several projects for the revamp of Woden town centre including the long overdue construction of a new bus interchange.
Ross Peake Business entrepreneur Karen Porter says an energy efficient house is like throwing a doona on the bed.
Ross Peake Tuggeranong should be extended to the west side of the Murrumbidgee River to bring more people to the region, Liberal senator Zed Seselja said.
Ross Peake Nappy Valley is turning grey - and that's bad news for the Tuggeranong Town Centre
Ross Peake What is the impact of the federal budget on the ACT?
Ross Peake Almost 17,900 people from 155 countries will become Australian citizens in about 400 ceremonies on Sunday.
Ross Peake The Hawke Labor government seriously considered breaking the promise to fund the operating deficit of Calvary Hospital, which would have closed all its public beds.
Ross Peake If you live in Gungahlin, you will be able to ride on the light rail to Civic in a few years. It will be a fast, smooth ride.
Ross Peake A four-star hotel will be built at Canberra Airport, becoming a key factor in attracting international flights.
By Ross Peake Chifley resident Maureen Caelli is the human face of a national report that says many people with multiple sclerosis are battling without essential aids such as wheelchairs.
Cabinet Papers: 1984-85
Ross Peake In April 1985 federal ministers considered closing Watson High School and three primary schools, along with increasing class sizes and reducing ancillary staff in ACT government schools.
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 The ACT government will not change a centenary event to appease the federal Coalition.
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.