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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald The Australian National University has frozen all new recruitment for non-academic administrative staff.
Emma Macdonald Where do Canberra schools' old whiteboards go to die? Some end up as far away as Nepal.
Emma Macdonald Katy Gallagher says it's ''problematic'' that people still questioned the benefits of childhood vaccinations.
Emma Macdonald The Canberra community has rallied around Otilija and Orlando Shugg - the children of prominent Canberra authors and bloggers Kathreen Ricketson and Rob Shugg who died tragically last week in an...
Emma Macdonald Nearly 1200 pre-eminent social researchers, academics and feminists and concerned citizens have signed a petition calling on the Australian Bureau of Statistics to reinstate its survey of how women,...
Peter Jean and Emma Macdonald Artist Patricia Piccinini designed Skywhale for a reduced fee of $8800 and hopes the giant hot air balloon will travel the world.
Emma Macdonald The Australian National University is one of few institutions celebrating very slim Budget pickings for the ACT.
Emma Macdonald and Tom McIlroy Canberra workers and visitors to national institutions will be forced to cough up almost $74 million in new parking fees in the Parliamentary Triangle and at Acton over the next three years.
Emma Macdonald, Tom McIlroy Canberra workers and visitors to national institutions will be forced to cough up almost $74 million in new parking fees in the Parliamentary Triangle and at Acton over the next three years.
Emma Macdonald On the eve of the federal budget, Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has stressed the need for the ACT to put national Gonski education reforms ahead of a state and territory cash-grab.
Emma Macdonald The ACT Government may consider legislative changes to the way in which new private schools are approved in the future following community unrest about the latest batch of approvals.
Emma Macdonald Seven years after the Flynn community lost a furious battle to keep its government primary school open, the war is back on with residents outraged the ACT government has approved the building of a...
Emma Macdonald ACT government schools are slowly but surely clawing back a proportion of students from non-government schools in the primary and high school years.
Emma Macdonald The ACT government has approved three new private schools - two Christian and one Islamic - to be built in the ACT despite vehement protests from public education groups that they threaten the...
Emma Macdonald ACT Work Safety Commissioner Mark McCabe will seek approval from the ACT government to slap $5000 fines on builders who fail to dispose of asbestos properly, saying too many were risking the health...
Emma Macdonald The ACT government will unveil its legislation to create Canberra's first industrial court on Tuesday.
Jenna Clarke, Emma Macdonald In her centenary year, Canberra has been formal and fabulous, but the city has never been more frocked-up than at the opening of Fashfest.
Emma Macdonald Arts/science student Amy Constable cannot imagine how she would have ended up at the Australian National University had she not had access to a Student Start-up Scholarship, which provides her with...
Emma Macdonald Axing $2.3b from unis to help pay for the long-awaited Gonski reforms for schools is a bittersweet outcome, ANU says.
Emma Macdonald The Australian National University has estimated it stands to lose $13 million over the next two years because of the federal government's claw-back of university funding in order to implement the...