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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton and Naomi Avery Car repairers are struggling to keep up with cars damaged in collisions with kangaroos.
John Thistleton A proposed huge tailings dam above a water catchment for up to 100,000 people is seriously flawed says an expert scientist.
John Thistleton On This Day One Hundred Years Ago
John Thistleton Scientists launch a nosy little drone to find nature's shy creatures.
John Thistleton The Collector village market puts a premium on farm-fresh food.
John Thistleton The world is looking to the fresh views of young people to help solve food shortage issues.
John Thistleton "Blockies'' from Sydney and Canberra are making it harder for young farmers to buy a farm.
John Thistleton Brightest young minds will tackle global challenge on food security.
John Thistleton New report warns of cyanide risk to 100,000 people, but it's scaremongering says gold miner.
John Thistleton One little boy was disappointed not to find a Tyrannosaurus rex lurking in the trees.
John Thistleton Archibald Prize winner Cherry Hood fears multi-national quarry will crush her peaceful rural lifestyle.
John Thistleton How Brother Clem found water to save the National Arboretum in Canberra.
John Thistleton Gun shop owner has plenty of targets without looking for pet lions to shoot.
John Thistleton The last straw for an orchardist who brought in a bulldozer to destroy 25,000 peach trees.
John Thistleton, Kirsten Lawson and Lin Yin Winners and losers in workplace overhaul.
John Thistleton Cyanide could spill into Araluen Valley according to landholders, but the gold miner proposing its use denies this.
John Thistleton Growing community support for rail trails from ACT region extends into the Snowy.
John Thistleton The plans showed an showed an outdoor eating area and garden beds. Instead Tony got an access road for trucks, a large fence and dramatic drop in turnover.
John Thistleton Little roosters help shine bright light into myopia to halt growing rates of short-sightedness among young people.
John Thistleton After maintaining Qantas jets on the ground, Joe Banhidi ventured into alpaca wool jumpers.