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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery The mystery of Canberra's second World War II air crash has been solved.
David Ellery Paul Liversidge has vowed to spend the rest of his life making sure the world learns of his family's remarkable contribution to the defence of Australia during World War II.
David Ellery You must have noticed by now that the Centenary of Canberra celebrations have been suffering from a terrible lack of poetry.
David Ellery Kate Moss' glorious transformation left me with an agonising dilemma.
David Ellery Tough times called for tough medicine and Scullin was willing to deliver it.
David Ellery The year is 1943 or thereabouts; a young boy named Bill Guard is hanging with his mates in Ainslie when they observe a plane in trouble ...
David Ellery Meteor strikes can be life-changing: ask a dinosaur. DAVID ELLERY writes
David Ellery The brains behind Canberra's built environment were celebrated with an orgiastic display of engineering enthusiasm on the summit of Mount Stromlo.
David Ellery The Canberra Times has been anointed with an unwarranted dose of venerability by a German film producer celebrating the exploits of the World War I raider SMS Emden, Gang-Gang has been told.
David Ellery Canberra's Museum and Gallery is hoping an ACT sex addict may be able to shed some light on the provenance of a recently acquired item in its collection.
David Ellery A lot of Canberrans have taken Harry S. Truman's alleged line ''If you want a friend in Washington then get yourself a dog'' to heart and applied it to Australia's capital.
David Ellery Kittyhawk pilot Tom Russell was in Canberra to renew his acquaintance with one of Australia's last remaining Kittyhawks.
David Ellery The past, as L.P. Hartley so cleverly observed in his novel The Go-Between, is another country. They do things differently there.
David Ellery Who is this delightful child perched atop the head of a Walter Burley Griffin in the late 1920s?
David Ellery While the cut-backs in Tuesday's budget are fairly benign, the Fadden budget of 1951 had real teeth.
David Ellery Emily Knight moves the story of the sinking of the Australian Hospital Ship Centaur forward a generation.
David Ellery In addition to lending his name to one of our city's nicer suburbs, Sir Arthur William Fadden also deserves the credit for imprinting the ''horror budget'' concept so deeply into the national psyche...
David Ellery Work on Canberra's stalled Nishi residential development could resume as early as Monday, with an official announcement imminent.
David Ellery Canberra golfers are calling for clarity amid new speculation Narrabundah's pitch and putt golf course could be moved to make way for housing.
David Ellery Calls for ACT government to commission urgent review of the territory's road safety priorities.