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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery A committed group of Canberra physiotherapists are doing the city proud with their efforts to help people on Palm Island and Arnhem Land.
David Ellery The Department of Defence is giving away two nuclear bombers which, at one time, would have cost the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars.
David Ellery While age is claiming an ever-increasing number of Legacy's workers every year a new generation of helpers is stepping in to fill the breach.
David Ellery America's abrupt abolition of Lend Lease 70 years ago was an attack on the British Labor Government The Australian Worker argued.
David Ellery The Great War's wasted lives are still worthy of remembrance 100 years on.
David Ellery Special guest will rule the sky at ADFA's open day on Saturday
David Ellery I am not alone in my criticism of the small but significant percentage of ACT motorists who make life interesting for the rest of us by weaving in and out of traffic as the spirit moves them.
David Ellery Lunatics on wheels. Where else but the ACT are the indicators painted on?
David Ellery The show did not go on after tragic fire at Queanbeyan 100 years ago.
David Ellery These Tiger Tanks would be the perfect way to get from Gungahlin to Tuggeranong. Not even the largest Toyota Urban Assault Vehicle would dare to cut you off at the overpass.
David Ellery Australian War Memorial adds an Italian connection to its impressive display of tanks.
David Ellery Vietnam and World War Two: The history gods have a wicked sense of humour.
David Ellery The Changi Book was meant to be published in 1945. It is finally seeing the light of day.
David Ellery The Royal Commission into Trade Unions has not been pleasant for Canberra's CFMEU branch but, according to secretary Dean Hall, it has made it stronger with 50 new members signing up in the last...
David Ellery Union clubs hope to make millions off Northbourne Avenue development, despite stoic adherence to building and workplace standards.
David Ellery Regulator welcomes national front on shonky building products
David Ellery To this day Derek Holyoake does not know if the bombing of Hiroshima was the right thing to do.
David Ellery Canberra's deadliest ever disaster 75 years ago changed the course of Australian history. If a Hudson bomber carrying three members of the Menzies war cabinet had not crashed and burned near the...
David Ellery "Are they trying to trigger a double dissolution?" was the reaction of Canberra building union boss Dean Hall to government plans to resurrect John Howard's much-reviled Australian Building and...
David Ellery Guests at a slow food function in Acton on Sunday may have experienced Canberra's best pea and ham soup.