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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery Canberra district wine shows showcase the wines of 2015 as "the vintage of a lifetime".
David Ellery Tweeds, beards and classic machines put a biker chic spin on Canberra's most hipster street in the name of men's health.
David Ellery This is the story of one family, my own, that was torn to shreds by a British field marshal's obsession with staging a breakthrough at Ypres on the Western Front in the second half of 1917.
David Ellery Murrumbateman winemaker Graeme Shaw hopes to double his wine exports thanks to a deal negotiated under last December's South Korea Free Trade Agreement.
David Ellery What really happened at the bloodiest battle in Australian history?
David Ellery Memories of the fallen and the Menin Gate Lions are Canberra's strongest links to Australia's bloodiest battle.
David Ellery It happened 98 years ago: Russia in chaos.
David Ellery If you only get along to one book fair this year make it Lifeline's at Exhibition Park in Canberra from Friday until Sunday.
David Ellery It's going to be football, meat pies and Holden cars at Old Parliament House on Sunday.
David Ellery Ben Chifley was a train driver when thousands of workers, concerned about the push for conscription and the decline in real wages, walked off the job in 1917. He went too and paid the price.
David Ellery Computer enthusiast and collector Jeremy Barr-Hyde, of Casey, believes the thinking machines that changed the world are worth saving.
David Ellery Today we look at some of the major episodes of Australia's part in World War II in 60 seconds.
David Ellery It is time for the puppy and kitten farmers to pack up and move on.
David Ellery White Grave dedication
David Ellery Malcolm Turnbull doesn't have to worry about Hadley, Bolt and Jones; the dogs will always love him.
David Ellery A former ward of the state, Peter Long, a hero of Queanbeyan's 1915 fire tragedy, repaid his debts in full and more.
David Ellery Allied bombers ruled the sky by September 1944.
David Ellery Spring fever will spur the Teutonic motoring enthusiasts into action on Sunday.
David Ellery Queanbeyan hero's death raises as many questions as it answers.
David Ellery This classic Mercedes has served three generations of the Green family and paid homage to a fourth.