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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald ACT independent schools have welcomed a federal deal that could give them millions of extra dollars as part of the Gonski reforms.
Emma Macdonald The ACT government has increased its accountability when it assesses new non-government schools.
Emma Macdonald Peak professional bodies will meet to ramp up pressure to ditch its planned changes to tax deductions for self-education.
Emma Macdonald The Canberra Institute of Technology has increased its fees for an advanced diploma in graphic design more than tenfold over the past five years.
Emma Macdonald Staff at the Australian National University are considering industrial action in response to plans to shed 230 administrative jobs, raise parking fees and increase student loads.
Emma Macdonald The Australian National University will cut 230 general staff.
Emma Macdonald Staff have denounced the loss of 230 administrative jobs and increased students numbers at the ANU.
Emma Macdonald The government is reviewing records of asbestos removal across homes in the ACT from the mid-1980.
Emma Macdonald and Tom McIlroy Something quite remarkable is about to take place on an otherwise unremarkable street.
Emma Macdonald The ACT's proposed industrial magistrate will not reduce the long delays in hearing workplace health and safety matters and could face potential conflicts of interest, according to the ACT Law...
Emma Macdonald The Canberra Institute of Technology is seeking closer collaboration with the University of Canberra in the future, saying change "needed to happen" at the CIT and a vital part of its future "is the...
Emma Macdonald New on-the-spot fines for workplace safety breaches will come into force from next Monday, greatly broadening the number of offences which will earn fines of $3600 and putting the onus of safety more...
Emma Macdonald How much is a life worth? When it comes to workplace accidents in the ACT, disturbingly little.
Emma Macdonald When he was 21, Jeff Olsson's life changed in an instant during an otherwise ordinary day at work at the Rocla concrete pipe manufacturer in Fyshwick.
Emma Macdonald While first-year university students quickly become immersed in required reading, it's not often than an award-winning novel finds its way into the pile of academic texts.
Emma Macdonald The ACT government has deferred until next year measures designed to beef up safety across the ACT construction industry with the builder's union accusing ''bean-counters and bureaucrats'' for the...
Emma Macdonald The idea that teenagers are lost to their families once they log on to computers and social media is challenged by research showing that the old-fashioned concepts of family time, homework and...
Emma Macdonald Teenagers are not completely dominated by technology - despite stereotypes that they are glued to their smartphones.
Emma Macdonald Not many people have the compassion and commitment to adopt a child with special needs - much less four.
Emma Macdonald Australian National University staff and students are willing to pay more for parking, cut complimentary coffee and tea.