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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton Costco has dropped the price of unleaded petrol for its members at Majura Park to 97.7 cents a litre.
John Thistleton Westfield Woden food court.
John Thistleton Horse whisperer helping National Museum of Australia works with the animal's natural instincts.
John Thistleton Before online shopping, catalogues kept country people entertained and stocked up.
John Thistleton ACT house rents should be stable for 2015, after a major price correction in 2014 because of the new units on the market.
John Thistleton Downed wind turbine blades add mystery to Lake George.
John Thistleton Self-charging, track-mounted robots will adjust the tilt and orientation of individual solar arrays on Canberra's eastern fringe.
John Thistleton In 2015, international travellers arriving at Canberra Airport for a short stay should have a more pleasant experience than the recent delay experienced by United Airlines passengers.
John Thistleton The yelling and swearing, secret photos and fines over five parking spaces in Lyons.
John Thistleton Police investigating whether the same people also tried to burgle a shop in the suburb.
John Thistleton Light rail plans pass Commonwealth's scrutiny, but more analysis is needed on noise impacts.
John Thistleton Visitors spend a little longer in Canberra after saving on fuel.
John Thistleton Three sisters return to Gudgenby Station, where they spent their childhood mustering cattle and taming bull calves.
John Thistleton Brickworks put the heat on Vern McMullen.
John Thistleton Commonwealth Government reassesses eligibility of superb parrot on threatened species list.
John Thistleton Solar panel owners will more than double their savings with new technology being launched today.
John Thistleton Large numbers of kangaroos threaten endangered lizards, by destroying grassland.
John Thistleton Unity Mining is still looking for finance for its Majors Creek gold mine in a risky industry.
John Thistleton The Australian Botanic Gardens is spreading its wings.
John Thistleton The ACT is the only jurisdiction to go backwards in residential building activity, according the Housing Industry Association's half-yearly league tables.