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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
David Ellery Canberra's British car enthusiasts were fortunate the capital's recent "terribly British weather" stayed away for the duration of Sunday's well attended "Terribly British Day".
David Ellery An 83-year-old MG will star at Canberra's annual Terribly British Day this Sunday.
David Ellery Gaylord Focker had it easy. All he had to do was meet the parents. When Himanshu Jindal drove to Canberra to meet his future in-laws, he was also en route to meet the girl who would soon agree to be...
David Ellery Alon Meltzer is the first rabbi in the Canberra congregation's 63-year history.
David Ellery The Office of Regulatory Services has pledged to investigate QBE Insurance's refusal to compensate victims of the $4 million Sublime Constructions collapse if it is asked to do so.
David Ellery Simon Winchester, whose works include "The Surgeon of Crowthorne", "Krakatoa" and "The Man With The Electrified Brain", does more than write history. He also makes it.
David Ellery The real stars of French President Francois Hollande's visit to the Telopea Park School in Barton on Wednesday were the students.
David Ellery The forecourt of Canberra's Hyatt Hotel was both shaken and stirred when a fleet of current model and classic Aston Martins descended on the city.
David Ellery If it seems too cheap to be true, it probably is, say experts in the building trade.
David Ellery ACT Office of Regulatory Services questions QBE Insurance after refusal to pay out home warranty insurance claims.
David Ellery Two Canberrans, one descended from the butcher of the Emden and the other from a sailor on board HMAS Sydney, are to take part in a ceremonies to mark the 100th anniversary of Australia's first great...
David Ellery An interactive website has been launched that will crowd-source ppersonal histories of the Great War.
David Ellery After a month-long journey from Western Australia, the RSL flame has reached the Australian War Memorial.
David Ellery An Army News article in late October 1941 provided a clear warning of Japanese expansion plans.
David Ellery When I was a callow youth at my first newspaper back in the 1970s my boss had a sign on his desk (facing outwards for the edification of his staff) that read: “How can I soar with the eagles...
David Ellery Manuka's Callida Consulting has debuted at 41 on BRW's list of the top 100 "fast starters" made public on Thursday morning.
David Ellery Anzac Treasures' author Peter Pedersen counts as one of the highlights of his life the time he spent at Gallipoli in 1990 with men who had seen action there, writes David Ellery.
David Ellery Planning Minister, Mick Gentleman, has told Fairfax it is not the responsibility of private certifiers or the Constructions Occupations Registrar to verify the information provided to them.
David Ellery World War II veteran Victor Lederer celebrated his 100th birthday on Tuesday - and in light of his war exploits, says he is “bloody lucky” to have it made it to the milestone.
David Ellery As Australia marks the centenary of the war that brought Legacy into existence and service personnel depart for the Middle East for the fifth time in 100 years the organisation’s Canberra...