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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald The front-line journalist is putting her weight behind moves to improve life for women in the industry, Emma Macdonald.
Emma Macdonald The beleaguered Australian National University's School of Politics and International Relations continues to lose staff.
Emma Macdonald Mr Fluffy homeowners appear to have been targeted by a firm offering property valuations in a potential privacy breach which may have seen the list of Mr Fluffy addresses accessed by a commercial...
Emma Macdonald A Ganmain sculptor has lost his battle with cancer but his memory will live on in his remarkable art.
Emma Macdonald The Australian National University has continued its strong international standing, moving up three places in the latest power rankings.
Emma Macdonald An average female undergraduate who wants to be a teacher in Australia could quickly find herself graduating with debts of $50,000 or more, according to University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor Stephen...
Jakob Glenn and Emma Macdonald ACT work safety boss says he doesn't even want to think about some of the risks that were involved in the old Bird Man Rally.
Kirsten Lawson and Emma Macdonald The NSW parliament will investigate the extent of Mr Fluffy asbestos contamination in NSW homes, a move that boosts the likelihood of a state-wide hunt for the deadly loose-fill insulation.
Emma Macdonald NSW homeowners are being warned not to be complacent about the risks of loose asbestos insulation.
Emma Macdonald The Australian National University has improved its position internationally.
Emma Macdonald Diary of a Mr Fluffy Victim: Kathy Pryce.
Emma Macdonald Canberra's toxic asbestos legacy made it the perfect location to launch a new asbestos awareness van which will tour the country over the coming months.
Emma Macdonald Maryanne and Mike Bresnik are one of a small group of Queanbeyan families whose lives have been turned upside down by Canberra's now infamous Mr Fluffy insulation scheme.
Emma Macdonald ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher was warned personally and on multiple occasions since 2005 that Mr Fluffy home owners were at risk of coming into contact with the deadly insulation.
Emma Macdonald Even before the job was half finished, local administrators of the $100 million Commonwealth clean-up of Mr Fluffy asbestos knew they had failed to remove all deadly amosite from homes.
Emma Macdonald The founder of the Fluffy Owners and Residents' Action Group said recriminations over who knew what about Mr Fluffy asbestos must not distract politicians from finding a solution to the health and...
Emma Macdonald ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has defended her handling of asbestos over the past decade, saying no jurisdiction had done more to highlight and promote safety than the ACT.
Emma Macdonald Canberra’s tradespeople will ultimately pay the highest price for exposure to Mr Fluffy asbestos, the CFMEU says.
Emma Macdonald Mr Fluffy homes will be required by law to have high visibility tags in their meter boxes.