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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery The two-year-old solar access provisions could add from $15,000 to $50,000 to the cost of building a home in Canberra but changes are under way.
David Ellery ACT archaeologists and politicians want Canberra's piece of the Somme to go on public view by the battle's centenary next year.
David Ellery Airlifted tree a monument to the hardihood of the Commonwealth Territory's first surveyors.
David Ellery World War 1 widow meets an even older past at National Museum archive
David Ellery Australia's World War I records have been exposed to an international audience thanks to a new link on Britain's Imperial War Museum website.
David Ellery Graham Walker has been made a member of the Order of Australia for his efforts to make the Australian War Memorial correct a statement, in Volume III of its official history of the Vietnam War, that...
Canberra housing becoming less affordable as number of investors with more than five homes rises sharply
Meredith Clisby, Primrose Riordan and David Ellery Canberra may have so far avoided the housing bubble that Sydney and Melbourne face, but the number of investors with more than five properties has risen sharply, and Canberra's most affordable...
David Ellery The runaway growth of organisations such as Soldier On, Mates for Mates and Walking Wounded doesn't mean Defence and the Department of Veterans Affairs are not doing their best to help ex-servicemen...
David Ellery The world won't end if or when Australia adopts same-sex marriage but it will change, and people need to be careful what they wish for, Catholic Archbishop Christopher Prowse believes.
David Ellery Plane travel beats a migrant ship any day of the week.
David Ellery Vietnam: Where did that 50 years go?
David Ellery Meet the birds of Barton.
David Ellery Was Jane Pascoe the oldest person to migrate to NSW between 1860 and 1888?
David Ellery Human flesh eating bilbys reported in the Queanbeyan Age 110 years ago.
David Ellery While Canberra's Captain Cook Memorial fountain is a wonderful thing everybody is glad to see back in action, the time may have come for the National Capital Authority to pump up the volume.
David Ellery Some of Australia's bravest are dropping in for a visit.
David Ellery Sir Peter Cosgrove says his Lone Pine hospice sapling is doomed to die.
David Ellery 110 Years Ago in Queanbeyan poverty was a crime and hard labour was considered an act of mercy.
David Ellery Former Canberran Erwin Feekin can give the Leyland brothers, and quite a few others, a serious run for their money in the `I've been everywhere man' stakes.
David Ellery How do I love The Rothschild Prayer Book? Let me count the ways.