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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
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David Ellery You don't need to buy a DeLorean to go back in time; especially in Canberra where classic cars rock.
David Ellery It's back to the stone age when it comes to magpie management in Gungahlin
David Ellery Once upon a time there was a great motoring writer called Romsey Quints. He could still teach those bounders from Top Gear a thing or two.
David Ellery 70 years ago the quickest way between America and England was in a plywood box. In early September 1945 a De Havilland mosquito made the crossing in seven hours and two minutes.
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David Ellery On August 26, 1915, Harry Hockley ran into a burning house in Queanbeyan and snatched an 18-month-old child to safety. The child, Eunice Freebody, went on to reach the age of 91.
David Ellery Bury the dead, feed the living: The best response to the refugee crisis is to keep it simple and do it quickly.
David Ellery The killer magpies of Yerrabi pond had to contend with dozens of colourfully costumed superheroes on Tuesday as Gungahlin College took part in an innovative fun run.
David Ellery 100 years ago the staff and cadets at the Royal Military College, Duntroon were faced with a very sombre duty. They had to bury their first commandant, Major General Sir William Throsby Bridges.
David Ellery Canberra Construction, Forestry, Mining and Electrical Union secretary Jason O'Mara confirms the existence of membership quotas for organisers at the royal commission hearing.
David Ellery An excited union organiser about to conduct a "safety inspection" was speaking like a man preparing to go into battle the trade union royal commission has heard.
David Ellery Secret recordings show organisers discussing whether former organiser Halafihi "Fihi" Kivalu had been "leaning on" a contractor.
David Ellery Rumours a CFMEU organiser was on the take were circulating in Canberra almost a year ago union royal commission told.
David Ellery Sydney's tragic "Kensington Mystery" exposed the dark side of banning abortions in 1910.
David Ellery Let's hope ACT policing doesn't kill (Constable) Kenny with the wrong choice of tree.
David Ellery The most imaginative adventure novelist would be hard pressed to come up with a connection between the tiny 19th century NSW village of Gallymont and one of the most daring "Commando" style raids of...
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.