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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald and Tom McIlroy The ACT Government has offered a Forrest family $3 million to buy back their Mr Fluffy-affected home.
Emma Macdonald Four out of nine homes in a quiet Kambah cul-de-sac are contaminated with Mr Fluffy asbestos.
Emma Macdonald Rosie Batty's Australian of the Year title would elevate the issue of domestic violence across the country - helping dispel the myth that it only happened in certain families.
Christopher Knaus and Emma Macdonald Buttercup Bakery is facing a criminal charge after a prime mover crashed into a customer picking up stale bread at its Fyshwick depot.
Emma Macdonald What happens when a Mr Fluffy home is surrendered to the Government? They are locked down and spray painted to make them loot-proof.
Emma Macdonald The ACT Opposition says the government needs to come clean about the extent of asbestos contamination at the proposed indigenous bush healing farm – having used call in powers to push it...
Emma Macdonald Contractors hired by ACT Health to work on a government-owned property at Miowera may have been exposed to asbestos.
Emma Macdonald More than 88,000 students will receive a university offer next week as part of the main round of offers.
Emma Macdonald A petition calling for the ACT government to allow Mr Fluffy owners to knock down and rebuild their homes on their existing blocks of land has received nearly 1000 signatures.
Emma Macdonald There were eight critical incidents involving danger or harm to ACT government school students last year, according to information released under Freedom of Information legislation.
Emma Macdonald Nothing could have prepared career public servant Andrew Kefford for dealing with the crisis.
Emma Macdonald The NSW government will on Friday announce financial crisis assistance for families affected by Mr Fluffy asbestos insulation and unveil a taskforce to look at a government buy-back, demolition, and...
Kirsten Lawson and Emma Macdonald A NSW inquiry has called for an ACT-style mass buyback and demolition of Mr Fluffy asbestos-contaminated homes in NSW, declaring them "ultimately uninhabitable".
Emma Macdonald The NSW Inquiry into Mr Fluffy has called for a demolition and buy-back scheme across the state, following the ACT's lead.
Emma Macdonald The number of ACT college students receiving a Year 12 Certificate has risen this year, while the percentage of students awarded a tertiary package remains steady at 63 per cent.
Emma Macdonald The ACT's joint top year 12 students share a love of maths, chemistry and physics, and this year both achieved the highest possible ATAR score.
Emma Macdonald Canberra couple Eddie Casey and Dale Freestone were well aware of Mr Fluffy asbestos when they bought a home in August, but even a full check did not prevent them from falling victim.
Emma Macdonald INXS songwriter Andrew Farriss is spending 2015 in Canberra as a fellow at the Australian National University School of Music.
Emma Macdonald The ACT Asbestos Response Taskforce will hold two public forums for Mr Fluffy owners.
Emma Macdonald The high-profile accident of young ACT construction worker Jayson Bush, who fell down a shaft in the Nishi building in 2012, is in court and could set a record in work health and safety penalties.