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Emma Macdonald is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times.
Emma Macdonald A Kambah couple are moving on from their Mr Fluffy home.
Emma Macdonald A call for leniency around charges and repayments may help Mr Fluffy owners over the next few months.
Emma Macdonald International Conference on Asbestos Awareness commends ACT Government's decision to abolish all Mr Fluffy homes – calling on NSW to follow suit.
Emma Macdonald Dr Julia Ellyard, who juggles a young family with a high-level career in medical research, will find her life eased after she was granted a new fellowship.
Emma Macdonald One in 170 of all British men born in the 1940s will die of mesothelioma, a cancer associated with exposure to asbestos, latest projections show.
Emma Macdonald After two decades researching, publishing and lobbying on the need for asbestos eradication, British historian and asbestos campaigner Laurie Kazan-Allen talks about Mr Fluffy.
Emma Macdonald 'I've got a lot out of the ANU and now the ANU has got a lot out of me,' says giver of $1m gift of Love.
Emma Macdonald Hustle and Scout out a cool Mo.
Emma Macdonald Canberra university students have been implicated in the MyMaster Chinese online essay writing scandal with a website offering to write essays for a fee operating in the ACT market.
Emma Macdonald The childhood home of Australia's 22nd governor-general, Sir William Deane, faces demolition as a Mr Fluffy house.
Emma Macdonald and Tom McIlroy The ACT's Mr Fluffy home valuation program will get underway this week.
Emma Macdonald Canberra's Boundless all-abilities playground takes play to new heights.
Emma Macdonald The Australian National University has won more than $35 million in Australian Research Council grants.
Emma Macdonald An exquisite Rockstars and Royalty gown inspired by La Mothe-Chandeniers, the 13th-century castle in the town of Les Trois-Moutiers, will be the striking centrepiece of a fashion parade at Telopea...
Emma Macdonald The ACT Government urged to rethink its position on owners wanting to rebuild on their own land, and look at different ways to spread the costs.
Emma Macdonald Huge relief as Mr Fluffy victims are told they will be able to get out of their ''disgusting homes''.
Emma Macdonald The ACT government will address the issue of the Ainslie Shops and the Good Start Childcare Centre.
Emma Macdonald No matter what decision is made between the ACT and Commonwealth over the future of more than 1000 Canberra homes containing Mr Fluffy asbestos, Kambah pensioners Stella and Thomas will doubtless...
Emma Macdonald Peter Tighe, the head of the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency, says the NSW government must immediately help get families out of at least 12 identified Mr Fluffy homes in Queanbeyan and NSW.
Emma Macdonald Owners of affected houses now await a decision from the ACT and Commonwealth Governments on whether they should be demolished, Emma Macdonald reports.