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David Ellery is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
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...
David Ellery Administrators handling the Hewatt group to meet with creditors on Tuesday.
David Ellery ACT to meet with local federal members and regional mayors in bid for special assistance for the region.
David Ellery The federal government has "paused'' indexation on Financial Assistance Grants to Local Government (including the ACT government) until at least 2017-18.
David Ellery Builders and tradesmen across the ACT are more concerned about the impact of the budget on consumer confidence than peripheral issues such as fuel costs and superannuation changes.
David Ellery The Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate says there are "tens of thousands" of shipping containers on private property across the ACT.
David Ellery Any walking wounded from a nuclear, biological or chemical incident in the ACT can expect to quickly get very naked and very wet thanks to flat pack decontamination units kept at the Calvary and...
David Ellery The Packer-Gyngell street brawl surely pales into insignificance when compared to a stoush that took place in Scotland 70 years ago.
David Ellery Well-crafted landscapes large and small made Canberra the obvious venue for an international design congress to be held here in 2016, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects vice -president,...
David Ellery An $8.1 million public schools trade training centre in Tuggeranong is to begin operation when school resumes on Monday.
David Ellery They were the first class of cadets to pass through the Royal Military College, Duntroon.
David Ellery Lachlan, Steph, Jamie-Lee and Russell, part of the latest intake at Duntroon, are articulate, hard-working, clever and fit – qualities they share with the Royal Military College's class of 1914.
David Ellery Australia's alliance with the United States overcharges and under-delivers, Australian National University academic Dr Mike McKinley says.
David Ellery A band of steam railway enthusiasts working out of the Canberra Railway Museum say they are just weeks away from recommissioning the largest steam engine ever to ride Australian rails - if they can...
David Ellery Crowds were building at the National Folk Festival at Epic on Thursday afternoon as the clock slowly moved towards 7pm and the opening concert of this year’s 48th event.
David Ellery Asylum seekers, vandalism and the royals are just some of the subjects on the minds of Canberra's Christian leaders this Easter.
David Ellery The National Folk Festival is not just a studiously serious affair targeted at the grown-ups.
David Ellery The main thing on the mind of Canberra Marathon winner Samuel Woldeamanuel Gebremichael during his long hours of training is the Olympics.
David Ellery It's highly unlikely Alan Sillitoe would have called his most famous work The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner if he had attended a Canberra Marathon.
David Ellery Ethiopian Samuel Woldeamamual Gebremichael has won the men's race in The Canberra Times Canberra Marathon and Kirsten Molloy has crossed the line first in the women's race.