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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton An $85 million grant to clean ACT waterways, the biggest of its kind in Australia, won't fix Canberra's quality issues, but could change the way Australians treat stormwater.
John Thistleton Canberra's truffle festival comes of age with the arrival next month of Antonio Carluccio.
John Thistleton A Canberra Dad's army take to the air with sophisticated model aeroplanes.
John Thistleton Namadgi National Park marks 30th anniversary on World Environment Day.
John Thistleton Liberal Senator Zed Seselja's quest to expand Tuggeranong has taken a step forward.
John Thistleton A $100 million interchange on Adelaide Avenue to handle traffic from Molonglo, Weston Creek and Belconnen has been dropped.
John Thistleton Ben Nicolson's rare Spanish fir escaped the 2003 firestorm and is looking for a place to grow.
John Thistleton Gary Humphries was given police protection from David Eastman when he was attorney-general.
John Thistleton Instead of slowing down and clustering for winter Neil Bingley's bees are active in above-average temperatures and twice as hungry.
John Thistleton New public hospital at University of Canberra sparks widespread interest from private health providers.
John Thistleton Anne Cahill Lambert, a chronically ill Canberra woman who was knocked off her bike by a hit-and-run driver, is off oxygen and on the mend.
John Thistleton A new venture in Young has launched a multi-million oil seed venture that offers significant benefits including less chemicals for grain production and horticulture.
John Thistleton More tours are planned for Bendora Arboretum as people seek a glimpse of what the National Arboretum will look like in 60 years time.
John Thistleton Olympian's daughter Indie Rose succumbs to illness.
John Thistleton Concern is growing El Nino could emerge this winter, threatening to undo a great start to the winter cropping season.
John Thistleton A new 100-home subdivision at Murrumbateman will provide 60 per cent more housing for the village and critical mass for new services.
John Thistleton PhD student Kathy Eyles says children have been so restricted in the bush they no longer value nature.
John Thistleton Gaden trout hatchery is harvesting eggs to sustain a $100m industry in the Snowy Mountains.
John Thistleton A woman armed with a machete threatened a supermarket employee with a machete on Saturday, demanding cash.
John Thistleton Residential development is nearing the spectacular Murrumbidgee and Ginninderra gorges, where people want to protect their exceptional natural beauty.