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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton Sotiria Liangis has spent about seven years building the O'Malley mansion and says it will stand for 300 years.
John Thistleton Unprecedented accommodation guarantees, higher vacancy rates and lower rental prices are cold comfort for low-income university students heading for Canberra this year.
John Thistleton Six months after former prime minister Kevin Rudd opened ASIO's new headquarters, the intelligence agency is yet to occupy the $700 million Parkes building.
John Thistleton An unexpected spike in industrial land sales has forced landlords to update older buildings and pushed high vacancy rates even higher.
John Thistleton For motorists it may be a dusty construction site slowing traffic to and from Canberra's north, but from the air Majura Parkway is a trail of steady progress.
John Thistleton They're throwing open the windows in Bunda Street, Civic.
John Thistleton Once free for those who could trap and store it in dams and tanks, water is becoming so expensive it is threatening the viability of ACT golf clubs.
John Thistleton The National Capital Authority's new chief executive says Lake Burley Griffin is underused around the edges and on the water's surface.
John Thistleton An urban planner will head the National Capital Authority in Canberra.
By John Thistleton A man has robbed the Braddon Supermarket, threatening staff with a kitchen knife on Saturday night and fleeing with cash.
John Thistleton Canberra's construction industry has operated for at least a decade without architects in key areas.
John Thistleton Life's fleeting on the edge of a busy road - especially at Christmas time.
John Thistleton Since her year 7 school days, Alissa McDermott wanted to be a cabinetmaker.
John Thistleton QantasLink has approval to operate on the Moree – Sydney route to help passengers left stranded by Canberra’s financially crippled Brindabella Airlines.
John Thistleton Anne Kilcullen believes marginal rural towns could become more viable if allowed to recruit asylum seekers.
John Thistleton Faced with bank foreclosures and smaller returns, Young cherrygrowers see China as their best means of survival.
John Thistleton As night falls on Peter O'Connor's wheat crop near Harden, the lights on his harvesting machinery burn bright.
John Thistleton The builders that built Canberra pushed themselves to the brink and wheeled and dealed through economic booms and busts.
John Thistleton Conservationists say passion alone will not hold out against development on the south coast.
John Thistleton Creative fund-raising is helping to keep Canberra's rescue helicopter in the air.