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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton Mushrooms grower calls in administrator.
John Thistleton Gundaroo residents want Canberrans to help them safeguard their village character.
John Thistleton Jack Simpson, a knockabout bloke and accidental war hero, is remembered 100 years after his death.
John Thistleton When the going gets tough Steve Krikonis cooks fish and chips.
John Thistleton Lakeside wildlife has put on a show for a photographer.
John Thistleton Blood samples from 7000 Aborigines could be taken out of long-term storage at the ANU for genome science.
John Thistleton Supporters of a faster route over the mountains say it will revive south west NSW and bolster case for international flights from Canberra.
John Thistleton Suggestion for stray cats is to trap, neuter and release them back into feral colonies.
John Thistleton The Goulburn Evening Penny Post featured Gundaroo's bush dance, 100 years ago today.
John Thistleton Put down your beer, get off the couch and have a dance, says base player.
John Thistleton From the Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate, May 12, 1915:
John Thistleton Even in snowy blizzards Mount Ginini air navigation facility stays in touch with pilots en route to Sydney and Melbourne.
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.