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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery We flashback 99 years to Gallipoli and the news of fierce fighting at Suvla Bay with British troops boosting Anzac forces.
David Ellery In its bid to keep a physical record of contemporary history, the storehouse of written words and illustrations has obtained a life-size cutout of a political leader.
David Ellery One unintended consequence of the outbreak of WWI a century ago was growing industrial harmony.
David Ellery We’ve managed to establish one thing this week; the only things Canberra’s drivers hate more than each other are cyclists and pedestrians - in that order.
David Ellery Stanley Bruce's middle name might have been Melbourne, but his spirit lives on in Canberra.
David Ellery Travel advertisements from a century ago, with their heavy emphasis on ships and trains, are clear proof of just how much the world has changed.
David Ellery Having just returned from a brief break interstate, I had forgotten I was back in the ACT until driving to work on Wednesday morning.
David Ellery What is it about authors and cats?
David Ellery Marist Brothers spokesman implores anyone with evidence to come forward.
David Ellery Senior Marist brother called legal costs incurred by compensating child sex abuse victims “obscene".
David Ellery Canberra's Anglican bishop is investigating "disgraceful and inappropriate" behaviour by clergy and church workers in the diocese.
David Ellery The Anglican Bishop of Canberra and Goulburn has issued a public apology for "any abuse and mistreatment" that may have been experienced by individuals as "a result of their engagement with our...
David Ellery The days leading up to the outbreak of World War I were not Australia's finest hour, official telegrams held in the National Archives of Australia reveal.
David Ellery Lighting up the the names of fallen World War I Diggers received a thumbs-up from the nation's oldest living Victoria Cross recipient.
David Ellery Able Seaman Robert David Moffatt: shot near Rabaul on September 11, 1914, and died aboard HMAS Sydney on September 12. Buried at sea.
David Ellery World War I began particularly badly for Australia. Within three days of the first shots being fired in anger over German New Guinea 42 sailors and soldiers had been killed and another five wounded.
David Ellery The first serviceman to be killed in WWI will kick off an honour roll of 62,000 names to be projected on to the tower of the Australian War Memorial from Monday.
David Ellery They are the first of Australia's 62,000 WWI war dead whose names will be projected in letters one-metre high on the tower of the AWM from Monday.
David Ellery From little gumnuts mighty eucalypts will grow ...
David Ellery The Marist Brothers may have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional damages to victims of serial paedophile and former Marist College Canberra teacher Kostka (John) Chute.