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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald The Australian National University’s latest annual report is a "better than expected result’’ despite cutting into its surplus.
Emma Macdonald Bullying and gender discrimination claims within the Australian National University are being examined.
Emma Macdonald A culture war is brewing over plans by the popular inner-city pub, the Wig & Pen, to relocate from its Civic location to the ground floor of the Australian National University’s School of Music.
Emma Macdonald When her husband moved to Queensland for work, Nathalie Ross intended to put the family home on the market and find something smaller for herself and the three children.
Emma Macdonald Australian National University Professor Des Ball has been recognised for his massive contribution to global defence and security.
Emma Macdonald The ACT Government has committed to a major change to the Canberra Institute of Technology, winding back the Woden campus and developing a new campus in Tuggeranong to meet demand for training and...
Emma Macdonald The ACT will be the first jurisdiction to charge a senior company manager over the death of a worker in a workplace accident.
Emma Macdonald More than 120 Canberra families living in homes affected by Mr Fluffy asbestos have joined a new lobby group – and potentially a class action – to push their case for compensation for...
Emma Macdonald Work on the $42 million upgrade and widening of Constitution Avenue has been temporarily halted by WorkSafe ACT following a number of safety concerns.
Emma Macdonald The ACT is set to receive an additional $1.1 million in Commonwealth funding to enable it to expand free mammograms to older women.
Emma Macdonald The National Foundation for Australian Women has declared the 2014 federal Budget a disaster for women from all walks of life.
Emma Macdonald A building site in Wright operated by Empire Building Group has been shut down over a raft of safety concerns.
Emma Macdonald A Canberra family with young children has been exposed to deadly Mr Fluffy asbestos that had fallen behind their wardrobes.
Emma Macdonald Three bags of old Mr Fluffy asbestos have been stored under a home in Macgregor – presumably left behind.
Emma Macdonald Brianna Heseltine has stepped forward to become the public face of Canberra households affected by Mr Fluffy asbestos.
Emma Macdonald Tuesday’s education budget will be welcomed by the ANU, but condemned by UC.
Emma Macdonald Maths performance in NAPLAN is important but should not come at the cost of student wellbeing.
Emma Macdonald An asbestos sheet roof which has caused the temporary closure of two businesses on Woolley Street in Dickson for over three months is being replaced this week.
Emma Macdonald Just because the temperature has plummeted does not mean children are not at risk of drowning in backyard pools.
Emma Macdonald Mr Fluffy asbestos infiltrates houses like “sand migrating through an hour glass”, study shows.