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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton A Canberra grandmother and grandson visited the Monkey Temple in Kathmandu Valley just before it was reduced to rubble in the earthquake.
John Thistleton Six days before the centenary of Anzacs at Gallipoli, 150 people about a steam train are brought to tears.
John Thistleton Rare cedar given a second chance at historic arboretum.
John Thistleton Job uncertainty drains TEDx volunteers optimism and energy.
John Thistleton Four working dairies nurtured a growing national capital with fresh milk until squeezed off their land.
John Thistleton Villages losing historic poplars say: ''It is as if we are cutting down our soldiers.''
John Thistleton The 1937 art deco home in Arthur Circle will be replaced by a new two-storey residence.
John Thistleton Rabbits are taking over a park and beach area along Lake Burley Griffin, immune from Commonwealth and ACT agencies.
John Thistleton A top drop of Canberra region wine will help vulnerable people.
John Thistleton Fired from a chook's rear end, fresh 'bum nuts' have spread from Gunning to Canberra, Sydney and beyond.
John Thistleton How the ACT Land Development Agency consults over a prime school site.
John Thistleton and Clare Colley A volunteer carer and fundraiser for cats believes more should be done to desex them before broadening the ACT's cat containment across all suburbs.
John Thistleton Community and Public Sector Union warns people to allow for travel delays over Easter because of industrial action.
John Thistleton A decade after moving from Canberra into an off-grid home near Michelago with two water-less toilets John Schneider and his wife Jill Dobkin are still uncovering the depths of their resilience in the...
John Thistleton Lots of food, fun and games for Canberra's smarty-pants cockies.
John Thistleton A switch in training is keeping up to 50 potential taxi drivers off the road in Canberra.
John Thistleton This dog cleverly managed to evade the traps and even cameras, until a different hunter arrived.
John Thistleton Mount Majura opens visitors eyes to the real bush capital.
Michael Inman and John Thistleton A Canberra-based diplomat allegedly boasted he was untouchable by police after he threatened to kill he estranged wife, a court has heard.
John Thistleton "People buy llamas because they fall in love with them", farmer says - but they're also good for wool and warding off sneaky foxes.