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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery Thousands of Australians are believed to have been exposed to an American insulation product at the centre of the world's costliest asbestos scandal
David Ellery The ACT government spends less money and delivers poorer outcomes on child protection than most other states and territories, report finds.
David Ellery Fans of films and television series such as American Graffiti and Happy Days will be able to inspect Australianised versions of their dream machines when almost 200 modified cars descend on the city...
David Ellery While this month's five days with maximum temperatures above 37 degrees set a record for Canberra it still was not as hot as it was 12 months ago.
David Ellery Michael Stewart's father, Chris, says the 18-year-old is far safer driving at more than 160km/h on a speedway track than running the risk of being ''coward punched'' (or king hit) outside a nightclub.
David Ellery Restoration works, the search for a new permanent operator and anniversaries have thrown a spotlight on Civic's merry-go-round.
David Ellery This year's capital region visitors' guide is the first to be made available using an iPad app from the App Store.
David Ellery Gang-gang has been deluged with phone calls and emails from readers keen to point out that the ''Bluey'' Truscott Spitfire holds pride of place at the Australian War Memorial.
David Ellery Canberra Elvis impersonator Garry Buckley has no time for people who make fun of the King, send him up for commercial purposes, or focus only on the last few years of his life.
David Ellery Steven Appleby can readily discuss the pros and cons of bus models after 21 years of driving on ACT routes, writes David Ellery.
David Ellery I have always been drawn to the appealing aesthetic naivete of pictures that have been taken by children.
David Ellery On the day the CSIRO announced it was going to ramp up its research program into the creation of female toothless dragons, Bonner residents found themselves living in their own version of Snakes on a...
David Ellery While New Zealand's Queenstown has its adventure pursuits, it cannot match the Molonglo Gorge when it comes to outdoor excitement.
David Ellery Given the French government is fiercely protective about the number of authorised castings of Rodin's work that can be produced, we are blessed to have The Burghers of Calais in Canberra.
David Ellery It takes a lot to upstage a street parade of more than 200 highly modified vehicles.
David Ellery Crowds lined Northbourne Avenue to watch the City Cruise on Thursday afternoon.
David Ellery More than 30,000 people are expected to line Northbourne Avenue to watch the annual Summernats City Cruise.
David Ellery This sexy beast, surely the mother of all FJ utes, will attract some serious attention at Summernats on Thursday.
David Ellery Mitchell performance guru returns to Summernats this week to reaffirm his iron grip on the Horsepower Heroes title.
David Ellery With five sleeps before the curtain rises on Summernats 27, Banks' Stephen Booth will be burning the midnight oil to ensure his classic 1967 HR Premier street machine is in peak form for the event.