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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton The secret to extracting maximum pleasure while fly fishing is less, not more.
John Thistleton At Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary rabbits have the luxury of a predator-proof fence and immunity against deadly viruses that has left scientists in a stew for generations.
John Thistleton Two factions at the Harmonie German Club will meet on Tuesday night to try to resolve differences.
John Thistleton The Aquabike was first seen in Canberra, so where has it gone? A look back at the odd invention's origins in the nation's capital.
John Thistleton Intruder confronts elderly couple in their home at Bywong, east of Canberra.
John Thistleton Leading cycling advocates are calling for a mandatory one-metre clearance between vehicles and cyclists.
John Thistleton Renewable energy supporter says governments misrepresenting the sector.
John Thistleton Another grand old hotel faces the bulldozers but Eden wants to make this one an exception and is fighting back.
John Thistleton Tim Taplin has a good eye for a promising wave.
John Thistleton Police chased a 16 year-old boy driving a stolen car through Kingston, Barton and Russell before catching and arresting him early on Sunday morning.
John Thistleton Today in history for Tuesday, September 2
John Thistleton Farmers make great sales people when they have something different to offer
John Thistleton Lake volunteers clean up dumb carp and fishing's dirty aftermath.
John Thistleton We can all recall getting into strife at school. In the little outpost bush schools the nature of naughtiness knew no bounds.
John Thistleton Golfers have flagged leaving Narrabundah Capital Golf Course, a prime target for redevelopment.
John Thistleton Restricting children from going outdoors can cause more problems than it solves, researchers say.
John Thistleton As the national capital Canberra was always destined to get an opportunity to shine in the ABC's satire Utopia.
John Thistleton Steam train restorers keep a low profile with a rare old locomotive to avoid over-excited photographers risking their lives on the tracks for a trophy shot.
John Thistleton Trees are dividing more than footpaths and water pipes in Canberra, judging by two cases before the appeals tribunal, which has been called on to resolve differences between unit owners over whether...
John Thistleton Bright export prospects for lambs if they can survive fierce frosts across the Southern Tablelands.