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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton A man who allegedly hit another man over the head with a guitar in Hackett is to face assault charges in the ACT Magistrates Court on Monday.
John Thistleton White ants have eaten into Well Station, but its historic value remains intact.
John Thistleton In late May, 1994, an ANU student hurried out of the Brindabella Mountains after seeing something that changed his life.
John Thistleton Charlie Diedo relives the days when pets (and immigrants) of all sorts flourished in Narrabundah.
John Thistleton Electrocuted, shot and traumatised, these five hard men admit returning to the disasters that made them heroes can give them the horrors.
John Thistleton Entomologist John Feehan records Canberra's first bush fly-free summer.
John Thistleton Brian Barlin says money should be spent on Brindabella Road instead of cycling tracks.
John Thistleton Three years after being reintroduced near Canberra rare bettongs are going gang-busters and could have more space and new neighbours.
John Thistleton Record breaking rains fail to halt decline of Crookwell's seed potato growers.
John Thistleton NSW Planning's scathing assessment of a proposed $700 million wind farm near Yass.
John Thistleton Cycling accident claims life of forestry's quiet achiever
John Thistleton Two foxes have raided 62 of the 63 long neck turtles nests identified by rangers at Jerrabomberra Wetlands.
John Thistleton Canberra cyclist dies after falling from bike last week.
John Thistleton The Mount Stromlo Observatory director's residence has reopened after its near destruction in 2003.
John Thistleton Rain causes 30 per cent spike in cattle prices and boosts beef exports.
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