John Thistleton Young is on track to celebrate one of the best cherry harvests in recent years, despite a fierce storm on Tuesday afternoon and a forecast heatwave on Friday.
John Thistleton An audit of the ACT's electricity infrastructure is needed to prevent trees from clashing with powerlines and sparking a fire, according to a Lyons resident.
By John Thistleton Owners of horses in a community holding paddock near Lyons feared arcing power lines on Sunday morning would panic their animals and start a grass fire.
John Thistleton Owners of horses in a community holding paddock near Lyons feared arcing powerlines on Sunday morning would panic their animals and start a grass fire.
John Thistleton Energetic slashing, strategic burns and battle plans to protect the National Arboretum on Canberra's fire-prone west make for a defiant attitude.
John Thistleton The federal's environmental watchdog reminded the developers of Tralee last week of their legal obligations.
John Thistleton South Tralee's contentious housing subdivision has so far avoided being fully scrutinised under federal legislation, which would have considered noise impacts.
John Thistleton In a helicopter over fire-ravaged Canberra in January 2003, Alan Walker and Stephen Wilkes photographed the black ruins of homes and trees below, unaware their images would create the world's first...
John Thistleton Canberra researchers say they have confirmed the first case of a fire tornado from analysis of evidence collected during the January 2003 Canberra fires.
John Thistleton Two summers of unprecedented rain and unusually cool temperatures have left a large fuel load of grass and unburnt forest areas in and around Canberra.
John Thistleton Tidbinbilla Station sheep grazier Michael Shanahan believes the odds of three successive green summers are unlikely.
John Thistleton The Liberal senator for the ACT, Gary Humphries, says there is nothing inappropriate or sinister in getting information from the developer of the Tralee housing project to help frame questions at a...
John Thistleton See-through walkways stretch out like arms from Callam Offices circular towers, like something borrowed from a Doctor Who episode.
John Thistleton The man who designed offices to put 5000 public servants beyond the reach of treacherous floodwaters at Woden, doesn't hide his contempt for the Commonwealth for drastically scaling back his vision.
John Thistleton WorkSafe ACT has lifted a ban on ActewAGL doing underground electricity connections, but customers could be waiting a while yet to move into new homes.
John Thistleton A Canberra developer of two hotels in Barton who is planning a third, 120-room hotel in the inner-south suburb believes the market has strong growth potential.
John Thistleton Tuggeranong Community Council will arm residents with legal advice for any future aircraft noise sharing movements emanating from Queanbeyan's new residential subdivision of South Tralee.
John Thistleton Canberra Airport says the New South Wales government appears to be deferring, not banning, residential development under noisier sections of a flight path south of the airport at Tralee.
John Thistleton Ground-penetrating radar has scanned an historic, rain-damaged grave at Tharwa to identify the location of 16 bodies.
John Thistleton A LONE crane rising above a frenetic concrete pour at Lyons is a rare bright spot for Canberra's receding construction sector.