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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton A drover's daughter is challenging the core of Australia's horse-riding heritage.
John Thistleton Some Queanbeyan ratepayers will received $60,000 windfalls while others with be hit with $93,000 bills, after an audit of properties.
John Thistleton An 18-year-old bee-keeper wants a hive every three kilometres to guarantee pollination throughout Canberra.
John Thistleton Immunologist calls for federal funding into the treatment of jack jumper ant stings.
John Thistleton Property group Sentinel to redevelop prominent Tuggeranong town centre site.
John Thistleton Crace, Bonner and Casey are Australia's fastest-growing suburbs for new homes.
John Thistleton One of Canberra's largest cycling advocacy groups has slammed the ACT government's response to a sharp increase in cycling injuries.
John Thistleton Neglected, savaged or blessed, West Belconnen is coming under more scrutiny as other suburbs prepare for light rail, new schools and expansion.
John Thistleton An $85 million grant to clean ACT waterways, the biggest of its kind in Australia, won't fix Canberra's quality issues, but could change the way Australians treat stormwater.
John Thistleton Manufactured in 14 weeks, modular homes are an efficient way of building new homes.
John Thistleton Friends of Glenburn and ranger Dean Darcy have worked to conserve the Collier family homestead.
John Thistleton Planning commentators are split over Senator Zed Seselja’s suggestion to extend Tuggeranong’s urban footprint to the western side of the Murrumbidgee River.
John Thistleton The ACT Chamber of Commerce and a planning industry group are backing ACT Liberal Senator Zed Seselja's call to develop Tuggeranong west of the Murrumbidgee River.
John Thistleton The ACT government will not rule out developing land on the west side of the Murrumbidgee River, first proposed in the Commonwealth's original zoning for the Tuggeranong Valley.
John Thistleton Animal activists say no evidence exists of any benefit from killing kangaroos on Canberra's public lands.
John Thistleton Justin Ryan wants nothing more than to walk down to a small supermarket in Braddon and buy an onion.
John Thistleton A glimpse of Braidwood’s lawless past flashed across the village’s main street on Thursday when artists stopped the traffic while carrying their latest work into the National Theatre.
John Thistleton Parked in a lush green paddock near Braidwood, this remote-controlled helicopter will soon launch into a new phase of forestry management.
John Thistleton Googong Dam has been an experiment since 1975 to test whether recreational fishing can exist within a potable water supply.
John Thistleton A farmer hosting wind turbines which Joe Hockey says are offensive challenges him to a bull fight.