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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton In summer yellow box trees bring money, honey, birds, bees and beetles to Canberra.
John Thistleton Pressure from developers is driving people away from their rural lifestyles throughout Canberra.
John Thistleton Dr David Headon considers how well Canberra's coat of arms works in this day and age.
John Thistleton Canberra Centre holds off over Christmas for $1.6 million spruce up.
John Thistleton Recollections of Dr Hamilton Russell, one of Victoria's eminent surgeons and a volunteer in an Australian field hospital, stationed in France.
John Thistleton Brindabella Mountains seen as more relevant symbol for ACT coat of arms than an English castle.
John Thistleton Sixty years ago 1954
John Thistleton Dr John Gray says roses are the most planted shrub all over the world because of their attractive flowers and that they are not difficult to grow if you know how to prune and fertilise them.
John Thistleton A sharp-eyed birdwatcher has come across an example of Australia's largest owl in Canberra.
John Thistleton Darth Varder and the Guru shed paper files and lawyers' stuffy image.
John Thistleton If alive today Alice Oldfield would probably be in the shadow of ASIO's almighty headquarters in Constitution Avenue.
John Thistleton A novel way of trapping rabbits, favoured because of its humane method of extermination, was described in 1914.
John Thistleton Native animals come under spotlight at Mulligans Flat Sanctuary.
John Thistleton ActewAGL says more power blackouts are on the way because of proposed revenue cut.
John Thistleton Michael Costello says his pay is a mere bagatelle compared to proposed cuts to ActewAGL's revenue raising.
John Thistleton An internationally significant collection of fossils is being relocated within the ANU.
John Thistleton Big displays of wildflowers are colouring the northern section of Namadgi National Park.
John Thistleton Canberra's wine producers and exporters have welcomed the free-trade agreement between Australia and China, with wine and business services out of the ACT set to boom.
John Thistleton Kathleen Gilmour passed on Tidbinbilla to her son, Phil, in 1978, and his memories of the destroyed homestead are vivid.
John Thistleton Legacy widow Dee Graham rewarded for a heart of gold.