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Henry Belot is a reporter at The Canberra Times.
Henry Belot The ACT region is set for a warmer and drier summer with an increased risk of heatwaves and bushfires.
Henry Belot While cosmetic eye lenses might be fun to use, eye specialists are warning of the possible dangers.
Henry Belot A dust storm blew behind ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher as she turned the first sod on the IKEA store in Majura Park on Wednesday afternoon.
Henry Belot The legacy of Mr Fluffy, indiscriminate in location and victims, will have a lasting impact on the territory's economy and the families who call it home.
Henry Belot Mark Mitchinson has moved to the capital to set up the territory's first IKEA store.
Henry Belot Close to 50 per cent of Australians would ride to work if they were offered financial incentives to do so by their workplace, according to research by the Heart Foundation and the Cycling Promotion...
Henry Belot Working with vulnerable people checks in the ACT are being described as a "ridiculously and needlessly complex process", particularly for young people.
Henry Belot The absence of consorting or anti-association laws in the ACT could be attractive to bikie gangs, an ANU professor says.
Henry Belot ACT police say the huge value of 28kg of seized methamphetamine justified stationing two specialist response group officers with assault rifles at a press conference on Friday.
Henry Belot and Michael Inman ACT Policing seized approximately 28 kilograms of a substance they suspect to be methyl amphetamine in a search of a vehicle in Curtin on Thursday.
Henry Belot The inaugural Djijah Whyman Memorial Cup has attracted sports stars and teenagers to help draw attention to the rising rates of youth suicide.
Henry Belot Should a new Canberra suburb be named after Gough Whitlam he'll achieve something that has so far eluded eleven other Australian Prime Ministers since federation.
Henry Belot Politicians are devoting funds to a 20-year upgrade of the Australian National Botanic Gardens in the hopes of bringing new infrastructure, attractions and tourists to Canberra.
Henry Belot Tributes are flowing in at Old Parliament House where people are gathering to remember former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam on his death at 98.
Henry Belot If you happen to see a few hundred zombies marching through Garema Place, don't fret, they're just doing their bit for charity.
Henry Belot Pay parking in the parliamentary triangle has left a Canberra club grappling with a space handicap.
Henry Belot and Tom McIlroy The introduction of pay parking in the parliamentary triangle has motivated an increasing number of Canberrans to abandon their cars and catch the bus to work.
Henry Belot Lake Burley Griffin may be our uniting water but few Canberrans have explored its coves and corners the way Paul “the kayak cameraman” Jurak has.
Henry Belot Nightlife in Civic just got a little more frightening thanks to the appearance of a ghostface floating above the heritage listed enclaves of the Sydney Building.
Henry Belot When John Barlow joined a tandem bike program five years ago he didn't expect to develop lasting friendships and cycle more than 200 kilometres in a day to raise funds for charity.