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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton Legacy widow Dee Graham rewarded for a heart of gold.
John Thistleton Gold miner defends cyanide processing proposal.
John Thistleton Mr Fluffy owners say the loan scheme is disgusting, bullying and will undermine Australia's residential property market.
John Thistleton Some 300 riders contested the Canberra Cycling Club's Tour de Femme
John Thistleton Australia's biggest cherry crop could surpass 18,000 tonnes and cherry producers are wondering what to do with it all.
John Thistleton Homeland security specialist XTEC has opened a new headquarters and workshop in Canberra.
How Robbie Poate's parents returned to a place of painful memories and turned it into a place of healing
John Thistleton Traumatised soldiers bring new meaning to Poates' bush retreat at Gundaroo.
John Thistleton There goes the (bush) neighbourhood say residents worried about new housing.
John Thistleton Several big locomotives honour Melbourne Cup winners and come with a pricey service bill.
John Thistleton Developers applying to rezone farming land on the north and south sides of Gundaroo have split the village of 400 people.
John Thistleton Conservationist Lyn Goldsworthy has two cats – and each one has a leash.
John Thistleton The ACT Government is weighing up whether household cats should be registered.
John Thistleton A high-speed service on Australia's east coast may be off the political agenda, but our Japanese and Chinese trading partners can see the benefits.
John Thistleton No clue yet on mystery fish deaths.
John Thistleton ACT government no longer has Commonwealth oversight for environmental approvals.
John Thistleton Professor Ross Thompson has pointed out that work is under way to improve the region's lakes.
John Thistleton Farmer rejected $30,000 a year for hosting three wind turbines.
John Thistleton Sydney's antipathy towards Canberra is on a slippery slope say Yass and Palerang councils.
John Thistleton A Yass couple are getting strong support for their project to convert a worker's cottage in Murrumburrah into emergency housing.
John Thistleton Araluen orchard Wisbey's is on the market, after its owner Robyn Clubb spent nine years building up independent buyers for her peaches.