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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery Canberra body hire companies underpaid dozens of some of the Territory's most vulnerable workers hundreds of thousands of dollars in less than 12 months a CFMEU Construction audit has found.
David Ellery The leader of the Ukrainian Catholic Church has paid tribute to the victims of flight MH17 and expressed his condolences to the families of the Australian casualties during a historic visit to...
David Ellery Origin has become the third player in the ACT electricity and natural gas market, joining ActewAGL and EnergyAustralia.
David Ellery When Jim Smith moved to Australia 14 years ago he couldn't leave his 1967 VW Kombi camper behind in Britain – it was a member of the family.
David Ellery Advocates for keeping Mount Carmel High School at Yass have slammed the Catholic Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn for proceeding with a $35 million redevelopment of the St Christopher's cathedral...
David Ellery The heart of Manuka is expected to receive a major lift from the $35 million redevelopment of the St Christopher Cathedral precinct announced on Tuesday.
David Ellery The Flanagan family found that trees on their property were part of a ring of pines planted during the spring of 1914.
David Ellery An unexpected retirement, the failure of his marriage and the desire to try something new gave Stirling's Robert Crick the means, motive and opportunity to embark on a remarkable two-wheeled odyssey...
David Ellery Australian War Memorial director and former coalition opposition leader, Dr Brendan Nelson, has backed Tony Abbott's assertion the landing of the First Fleet was the defining moment in the...
David Ellery The stone lions guarding the entrance to the Australian War Memorial will return to the Belgian city of Ypres for the centenary of the battle of Passchendaele.
David Ellery Because history is usually painted with a very broad brush the following item that appeared in the Army News of September 1, 1944, contains information that may still come as news to some Canberrans.
David Ellery The Australian hero whose death created one of the most confronting and iconic images to emerge from WWII is to be honoured at the Australian War Memorial on Wednesday to mark the 75th anniversary of...
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 Moments before last year’s DFAT-led Anschluss of the un-organisation formerly known as AusAID a highly trained strike force from the National Library of Australia was parachuted into its...
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 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 One unintended consequence of the outbreak of WWI a century ago was growing industrial harmony.
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.