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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald Doctors are warning women should never be complacent about breast changes - even if they have had a clear mammogram.
Emma Macdonald Kristine Hewett has had many mammograms over the years, when she experienced breast tenderness and sought extra peace of mind.
Emma Macdonald It's the cancer that is about to hit Australia in a deadly wave. Mesothelioma, a usually fatal disease caused by exposure to asbestos.
Emma Macdonald On guard! Those hipsters have broken from the confines of Lonsdale Street, Braddon, and staged a southside invasion!
Emma Macdonald It's Kingston, by way of Paddington in Sydney and with a certain detour through Fitzroy in Melbourne.
Emma Macdonald Luckily, local Elvis impersonator Andrew Leonard, aka Lemvis, has a new powder blue suit.
Emma Macdonald and Michael Inman A disproportionate number of boys die in the ACT each year according to the first comprehensive review of 105 child deaths.
Emma Macdonald Australians are used to dealing with fires and floods, but how well prepared are we for the next flu epidemic?
Emma Macdonald The University of Canberra has pushed through with its plan to tie staff salaries to Commonwealth funding, despite union threats last week it would initiate strike action.
Emma Macdonald A single anonymous donor has given $1 million to shore up language studies at the Australian National University.
Emma Macdonald ANU professor credited with saving the world from nuclear annihilation has been presented with the university's highest honour.
Emma Macdonald UC students will pay up to $325 a year for parking, while staff will be up for $650 a year under charges to come into effect from next year.
Emma Macdonald University confident it will meet its target of shedding 230 staff by mid-2015.
Emma Macdonald Exams may start at UC next week but the student body seem fairly laid back. Chilled even.
Emma Macdonald The University of Canberra will bypass the National Tertiary Education Union to offer staff a three-year pay deal worth over 9 per cent.
Emma Macdonald There has been a 400 per cent increase this year in the number of Canberra women seeking genetic testing for breast cancer genes.
Emma Macdonald Three women in this photo have been dealt a cruel genetic blow - inheriting a predisposition to breast cancer.
Emma Macdonald Graham Tuckwell has no doubt that he has started something of a trend in philanthropic donations to universities in Australia.
Emma Macdonald Canberrans donate and raise millions of dollars for breast cancer, but do they have any influence on how the money is spent?
Emma Macdonald Canberra parents are being urged to stop putting their babies in bed to sleep with them following 14 deaths to unsafe sleeping practices in babies under a year old over the past decade.