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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald Billionaire businessman Graham Tuckwell credits his success to Turner Primary School.
Emma Macdonald Canberra's changing weather patterns have wrought havoc on the collective nerves of Canberra garden lovers. But none have monitored the skies so closely, as the Kingston traders.
Emma Macdonald The owners of 1049 Canberra homes that were exposed to Mr Fluffy asbestos in the 1970s will be urged by the ACT Government to have their homes professionally inspected for remnants of the potentially...
Emma Macdonald Nearly 15,000 students from 88 countries have enrolled in the Australian National University's first ever online courses.
Emma Macdonald Ainslie gets a bit of a ribbing by the rest of Canberra. It has an air of smug self-satisfaction about it combined with a burgeoning hipster vibe which leaches across Limestone Avenue from Braddon.
Emma Macdonald Australia is playing a role in what may be a global wipe-out of one of the world's largest public health assets - the capacity of women to breastfeed their infants.
Emma Macdonald Loose asbestos insulation, of the kind used by the now infamous “Mr Fluffy”, has been confirmed in the roof of the Ainslie shops.
Emma Macdonald and Tom McIlroy With the ACT set to swelter through at least another seven days of temperatures above 30 degrees, authorities are warning Canberrans not to become complacent to the risks of extreme heat.
Emma Macdonald WorkSafe ACT has ordered the owners of a building in Woolley Street Dickson to either remove or seal a large commercial roof space after finding loose asbestos fibres were falling from asbestos...
Emma Macdonald Canberra families continue to pay the highest costs for childcare in the nation with local families also requiring more childcare services than the other states or territories.
Emma Macdonald Proposed new Islamic school will not take enrolments this year after failing to plan for basic teaching, curriculum or child-safety requirements.
Emma Macdonald Next week Sheldon Brown will be able to tick off the pinnacle of hairstyling experiences - New York Fashion Week.
Emma Macdonald After a battle spanning several years, the sight of landscapers in high-vis shirts descending on Green Square on Tuesday morning was celebrated by Kingston traders and shoppers alike.
Emma Macdonald On January 26, University of Canberra vice-chancellor Stephen Parker is hosting a party to celebrate 26 years of living in Australia.
Emma Macdonald Landscapers will descend on Green Square, removing the much-maligned spiky natives.
Emma Macdonald It would be a public relations coup for any small Australian town to secure a visit from Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Emma Macdonald Forrest Primary year 6 student Jade Lewis sometimes started a book, but rarely finished it.
Emma Macdonald A Canberra initiative to get indigenous children reading by giving them a Kindle has proved a success.
Emma Macdonald Kingston Traders have won the battle to have grass replanted in Kingston Square without covering more than $40,000 in Government-imposed insurance and bonds.
Emma Macdonald The ACT government is squandering a golden opportunity to foster community ownership of green space.