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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery The Marist Brothers have paid out $6.84 million in compensation to 38 former students who were sexually abused by Brother Kostka Chute.
David Ellery The suppression order protecting the identity of former Marist Brother Gregory Sutton found guilty of child abuse in 1996 has been lifted.
David Ellery Three of Brother Kostka's former Marist College Canberra students will testify before the Royal Commission.
David Ellery Commodore McHardie says one of the joys of leading Combined Task Force 150 was knowing he'd made a difference.
David Ellery An unidentified Australian soldier who drew enemy fire to protect his mates in Afghanistan has become only the seventh person to be awarded the Star of Gallantry since its inception 23 years ago.
David Ellery ACT lawyer Jason Parkinson says prosecution of a Canberra Marist Brother in 2008 was crucial in exposing the Catholic Church's sex abuse scandal nationwide.
David Ellery Having been "victimised" for trying to speak out about child abuse in the 1990s, Daniel Hopkinson is telling his story.
David Ellery Catholic Archbishop prepares parishioners for "horrendous stories" expected from child sexual abuse royal commission.
David Ellery The ACT government is relying on record capital spending of $2.5 billion over the next four years to help shield the Canberra economy.
David Ellery The Canty family of Torrens has a lot riding on what has been billed as the most significant ACT budget in decades.
David Ellery Tuesday’s budget allocated almost $70 million towards improved transport services and infrastructure, not including the light-rail project.
David Ellery Major-General William Bridges' grave at Duntroon is to be the setting for a solemn ceremony on Saturday.
David Ellery Luis and Maria Sanchez know firsthand what happens when the relationship between a builder and a contractor goes south.
David Ellery Erindale Pharmacy won a Defence Reserve's National Employer Support Award after being nominated by employee, sapper Luke Peacock.
David Ellery Whether you think they're visual pollution, or a good use of public space, shipping containers are not going anywhere.
David Ellery The romance of the age of steam lured hundreds of Canberrans to the Railway Museum on Sunday.
David Ellery Shipping containers, whether you love them or loathe them, are definitely here to stay.
David Ellery Marist College Canberra headmaster Richard Sidorko met with students on Friday to explain the background to next month's visit to the ACT by the sexual abuse royal commission.
David Ellery Surgery performed on a 14-year-old from Vanuatu last month was "all in a day's work".
David Ellery Canberra's Empire Building Group had received no complaints from workers about toilet facilities on its ''Panorama at Wright'' development site and had never been told employees were having to jump...