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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton An Australian government report recommends a Sydney-to-Canberra high speed rail link be up and running in 17 years.
John Thistleton More than 230 customers of a Canberra solar firm that went into liquidation will lose much of the value of their solar certificates.
John Thistleton A contentious battle at Bungendore over two heritage-listed cottages has not been resolved.
John Thistleton Rain has replenished the ACT's waterways, while Shortis and Simpson have been penning songs on the Murray-Darling Basin.
John Thistleton Bernie Smillie's thick silver beard could do with a trim, but these days he is more intent on thinning a century-old forest.
John Thistleton A 1950s bush life left a legacy with cabinetmaker Geoff Hannah that will sit for centuries in a $1.5 million creation.
John Thistleton Among Geoff Hannah's earliest memories of his parents are Ruth working on the end of a cross-cut saw in the 1950s, helping David, a sleeper and girder cutter, cut down trees.
John Thistleton Time and weather are catching up with a heritage gem and rare survivor of Canberra's pastoral past, Blundells Cottage.
John Thistleton Goldminer Unity Mining's use of a flocculent chemical to clear storm water for much of this year has not polluted nearby creeks, according to the NSW Environment Protection Authority.
John Thistleton Positive sentiment from surging gold prices will boost a mining company's aim to re-establish copper, lead and zinc mining south of Goulburn.
John Thistleton Transition period would soften impact of cuts to thousands of public servant jobs, say ACT business leaders.
John Thistleton NSW EPA investigating whether mining company's stormwater treatment polluted creeks near Braidwood.
John Thistleton Once the cry rang out in the hills for crack riders with no regard for life or limb to round up brumbies.
John Thistleton The driver of a marked police car has been taken to hospital for precautionary reasons after a collision with another vehicle at Chisholm.
John Thistleton A 40-year-old Gungahlin woman who has been missing since Saturday, is being sought by police who are concerned for her welfare.
John Thistleton As affluent as Canberra is, we'll never produce a fatberg to rival the one dredged up in a London sewer.
John Thistleton A petition with 2000 names to save two Bungendore cottages could slow a surge in supermarket developments at the village.
John Thistleton Most Forde residents wouldn't have started their dinner when the first kangaroo fell.
John Thistleton Farmers say Palerang Council's proposed planning changes will restrict grazing, devalue their land and threaten livelihoods.
John Thistleton In villages scattered between Crookwell and Bathurst, old halls stand as the last remnants of a rural golden era.