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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton Dramatic sinking of ocean liner Lusitania.
John Thistleton Alex Royds became Australia's youngest piano tuner, and convinced mentors you can put an old head on young shoulders.
John Thistleton Identical twins Hannah and Olivia Weber will now have a new companion in the classroom.
John Thistleton Explorer Charles Sturt solved one riddle of the river and may solve another.
John Thistleton Remember Pablo Pigcasso, the young pig rescued from the streets of Sydney's west a year ago?
John Thistleton Going after mushroom can land you in hot water.
John Thistleton Deteriorating trade blamed on revaluation of properties and subsequent rises.
John Thistleton How a storm kills colours to enliven an historic main street.
John Thistleton On dusk Charlie and Betty Margulles Griffith home fills with magpies - until the cats arrive.
John Thistleton Antonio D'Ambrosio's massive mushroom will keep him in pizzas for some time.
John Thistleton A new housing development will reopen to the public the spectacular Ginninderra Gorge near West Belconnen.
John Thistleton A 61-year-old cyclist fell over a guard rail and died near Goulburn on Saturday.
John Thistleton ''I was just a grubbie subbie under the fingernail of life,'' says Geoff Hewatt.
John Thistleton Civil contractor Geoff Hewatt is set to regain his two companies that collapsed last year owing tens of millions of dollars on the Majura parkway.
John Thistleton Organic farmers combating their soil's decline must deal with foxes first.
John Thistleton As one garden scheme dies out, others begin to sprout.
John Thistleton Artist Alan Aston is spreading his cider from Murrumbateman all across Australia.
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.