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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
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.
John Thistleton Hailed Australia's first hero, explorer Hamilton Hume's original journey of discovery from Sydney to Melbourne is returning to prominence and acclaim.
John Thistleton Biggest prescribed burn for the year in Namadgi National Park.
John Thistleton Tenders have been invited for bridges and bridge strengthening to upgrade the roading network in the ACT, says John Thistleton.
John Thistleton Shona Chisholm's dying wish is to open people's eyes to the strength she has drawn from the Australian bush.
John Thistleton Peter and Beverly Oxley brought 12 border collies to Hall for the week-long National Sheep Dog Trials at Hall.
John Thistleton The NSW Planning Minister does not expect a comfortable win in her electorate.
John Thistleton No lease and an uncertain future as Canberra's development continues.
John Thistleton Cyclists are urged to get their bikes regularly serviced to maintain safety standards.
John Thistleton Kayak photographer Paul Jurak captures Canberra's Balloon Spectacular over Lake Burley Griffin.
John Thistleton Turf farming is on solid ground well into the future in Canberra regardless of urban growth.
John Thistleton A man who allegedly hit another man over the head with a guitar in Hackett is to face assault charges in the ACT Magistrates Court on Monday.
John Thistleton White ants have eaten into Well Station, but its historic value remains intact.
John Thistleton In late May, 1994, an ANU student hurried out of the Brindabella Mountains after seeing something that changed his life.
John Thistleton Charlie Diedo relives the days when pets (and immigrants) of all sorts flourished in Narrabundah.
John Thistleton Electrocuted, shot and traumatised, these five hard men admit returning to the disasters that made them heroes can give them the horrors.
John Thistleton Entomologist John Feehan records Canberra's first bush fly-free summer.
John Thistleton Brian Barlin says money should be spent on Brindabella Road instead of cycling tracks.