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John Thistleton A building certifier whose business earned $100,000 a month has admitted cutting corners on declaring a Deakin residential development exempt from planning scrutiny.
John Thistleton Community councils in Canberra's older inner suburbs say they are more active building regulators than planning authorities.
John Thistleton A police sergeant fired a Taser to subdue a young man who had allegedly assaulted another officer, after earlier threatening an ambulance officer at a private home at Palmerston on Saturday night.
John Thistleton An 18 year-old Canberra man has been critically injured in a two-car crash on Tuggeranong Parkway.
John Thistleton Early winter mornings rounding up dairy cows by torchlight have driven generations of country boys off the land.
John Thistleton Seeing Machines, the Canberra invention that can read a face, has signed an agreement to make big trucks safer.
John Thistleton When the first fierce frost triggers the truffle season Sherry McArdle-English packs a trowel, mincemeat treats and tweetie bird toy.
John Thistleton Canberra Ford dealer says he is bewildered by company's three-year wait before it stops making cars in Australia.
John Thistleton Agronomist Andrew Daley and grain farmer James Bowman are smiling at the silver beads of rain water dribbling down broad leaves of a new canola crop near Harden.
John Thistleton About 8500 TransACT customers in Canberra will be issued with new equipment in coming months to prepare for the National Broadband Network, following the sale of its fibre-to-the-premises network.
John Thistleton NBN Co's acquisition of TransACT's fibre-to-the-premises network should clear up confusion in new suburbs in Canberra's north about access to the high speed infrastructure.
John Thistleton Mick Clarke has turned the skills of a dingo he trapped to his advantage, yet the call of the wild holds on 12 years later.
John Thistleton In the rising noise and dust stirring up on Canberra's eastern edge from roadworks and airport expansion, there's a place for everyone.
John Thistleton The owner of a wind farm on Lake George's eastern fringe could sell it, stirring criticism from opponents.
John Thistleton Whether a flight of fantasy or visionary, the high-speed train is already affecting development.
John Thistleton and Louise Thrower Onlookers who saw a glider collide with another glider is mystified how the fatal accident happened.
John Thistleton Three men threatened a young Belconnen couple and made off with their wallets on Saturday night.
John Thistleton Police are investigating a mid-air collision between two gliders north of Goulburn on Saturday afternoon.
John Thistleton A rush of blood would often lead men in earlier times to take up arms and join new rifle clubs around Australia to defend their communities.
John Thistleton An elder once told Adrian Brown that when Aborigines with stone axes cut away a great slab of bark from a trunk to make a canoe the old tree would sigh.