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Henry Belot is a reporter at The Canberra Times.
Henry Belot The capital remains Australia's most equitable city with the richest one per cent of wage earners claiming just 6.4 per cent of all income, the lowest rate in the country.
Henry Belot and Clare Colley Canberra's greyhound racing community will come under additional scrutiny in coming weeks.
Henry Belot Canberra's chief doctor has issued a public safety warning after the discovery of deadly death cap mushrooms in several locations this week.
Henry Belot A leading international human rights group has highlighted the decision to place a 10-year-old autistic student in a metal cage as a violation of disability rights in Australia.
Henry Belot A Bermagui man has been handed a five-month suspended prison sentence after causing a fatal collision.
Henry Belot It's official: Canberra's electoral divisions have changed.
Henry Belot and Tom McIlroy Peak medical group warns falling funding for "struggling" hospitals could exacerbate already growing waiting times.
Henry Belot Police repeat call for assistance in Andrew Carville murder investigation.
Henry Belot It wouldn't be an Australia Day celebration in Canberra without a firework spectacular over Lake Burley Griffin.
Henry Belot and Clare Sibthorpe Australia Day celebrations in Canberra embraced culture, celebrated the nation's individuality and put the focus on fun.
Henry Belot Their patriotism was great, but so too was the hail.
Henry Belot NRMA cautious about proposal to abolish existing taxes on motorists in favour of congestion, distance and access charges.
Henry Belot Patients seeking emergency care at the Canberra Hospital will be treated in a new $10 million wing within weeks as the government seeks to meet increasing demand.
Henry Belot Tributes have continued to flow for a humble window cleaner at a Dickson intersection for more than 20 years.
Henry Belot The RSPCA have been forced to euthanise three dogs whose treatment was described by a court as abhorrent, appalling and an offence to the Canberra community.
Henry Belot Canberrans are mourning the death of one of the city's most familiar faces, Ian 'Scrubby' Stokes.
Henry Belot More than 700 federal public servants will move out of Canberra's tallest building this week, leaving property managers and businesses concerned about the future of the Woden town centre.
Henry Belot Canberra's water park managers are unhappy, very unhappy.
Henry Belot The ACT Rural Fire Service believe community spirit is alive and well in Canberra.
Henry Belot A Belconnen couple have been banned from owning animals for five years.