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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery A battery of medals and perfect weather are tipped to make the Murrumbateman Moving Feast one for the books.
David Ellery While Woden's Nick Nowak doesn't quite qualify as a daring young man in a jaunty jalopy, he turns 70 in a few months time, the retired land economist is living the dream that inspired the classic...
David Ellery Book lovers have turned out in their hundreds for the opening of Lifeline's Spring Bookfair.
David Ellery Canberra security guards want higher wages for their dangerous work, claiming their pay rates are at poverty levels.
David Ellery Annie Wyer considers it fortunate she ''bit the bullet'' and signed up for the national broadband network (NBN) before the federal election.
David Ellery Canberra's north-south divide will become even more marked if the government presses ahead with its election pledge.
David Ellery The National Capital Development Commission reunion in March has resulted in a book offering great insight into the city's development.
David Ellery From day one Canberra was always going to be Australia's car city.
David Ellery Big Things In Store at the Australian War Memorial's warehouse in Mitchell.
David Ellery A poignant and long overdue ceremony at the Australian War Memorial on Friday recognised the worst air disaster to occur on Australian territory.
David Ellery Skywhale no longer stands alone as the most whimsical celebration of Canberra's centenary year.
David Ellery Is Holden the Australian Labor Party's nemesis?
David Ellery Giant clowns have begun popping up around Canberra to promote the imminent arrival of the Loritz Circus Out of Africa in Belconnen.
David Ellery Chris Goddard's 1961 Borgward Isabella coupe is the ACT's rarest road-registered, mass-produced car.
David Ellery This December will mark the 70th anniversary of a plane crash that killed five men just south of Gundaroo.
David Ellery Telling her two young sons they would never see their father again is the hardest thing Terren Bennet has ever had to do.
David Ellery This fantastic photograph of the Shine Dome surrounded by snow dates back to Saturday, August 7, 1965, when Canberra had one of its heaviest falls of snow for the 20th century.
David Ellery What do Elvis, Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and Canberra's Hawker College have in common?
David Ellery What is it with national capitals and phallic symbols?
David Ellery A chance garage sale purchase has brought together two of the four awards made posthumously to Victoria Cross recipient and Battle of Lone Pine hero Corporal Alexander Stewart Burton at the...