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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton The Germans make their first Zeppelin air raid of World War I on England, bombing unsuspecting Norfolk.
John Thistleton Police confiscate rider's Harley Davidson at Yass.
John Thistleton Today in History, 100 years ago today
John Thistleton Migrants became poster couple for Australia's new arrivals.
John Thistleton Hidden camera captures rare curlews mating
John Thistleton Stories behind Australia's fundraising badges.
John Thistleton Women's hairdressing salons have seen off far too many men's barber shops.
John Thistleton Fifty years ago.
John Thistleton Kari Roberson's quest for a paragliding world record fell just short.
Henry Belot, Megan Gorrey and John Thistleton The ACT government will consider making more sites available to independent petrol station owners to maintain pressure on major supermarket chains and help lower fuel prices in the territory.
John Thistleton Cat enclosures save owners thousands in veterinary bills from cat fights, car collisions and snake bites.
John Thistleton Australia's moving pipeline of fuel brings more risk of tanker roll-over disasters.
John Thistleton A new ACT parking strategy will include proposals for inner-city parking prices fluctuating in real time to reflect demand.
John Thistleton Petrol price commentators say Costco could bring Canberra into the discounting cycles motorists in other capital cities enjoy.
John Thistleton Costco has dropped the price of unleaded petrol for its members at Majura Park to 97.7 cents a litre.
John Thistleton Westfield Woden food court.
John Thistleton Horse whisperer helping National Museum of Australia works with the animal's natural instincts.
John Thistleton ACT house rents should be stable for 2015, after a major price correction in 2014 because of the new units on the market.
John Thistleton Before online shopping, catalogues kept country people entertained and stocked up.
John Thistleton Downed wind turbine blades add mystery to Lake George.