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Larissa Nicholson is a journalist at The Canberra Times.
Larissa Nicholson School could be brought closer to home for sick teenagers through the work of one dedicated Canberran.
Larissa Nicholson Australian scientists are helping to re-write the biology textbooks, challenging long held beliefs about the role of birdsong.
Larissa Nicholson Organisers optimistic Enlighten can draw record number of visitors, despite forecasts of rain.
Larissa Nicholson Australia's treatment of asylum seekers is inhumane and lacks compassion, Canberra's Christian leaders say.
Larissa Nicholson Canberra clubs using eftpos technology to circumvent government-imposed ATM withdrawal restrictions are failing problem gamblers, the Salvation Army says.
Larissa Nicholson The cumulative effects of bushfires and logging are killing Australia's alpine and mountain ash forests, experts say.
Larissa Nicholson More than 1000 Canberra street trees are marked for removal and those along Northbourne Avenue will not be replaced, a municipal services spokeswoman says.
Larissa Nicholson Handwritten signs posted around Canberra's inner north have been removed by the ACT government.
Larissa Nicholson After securing funding only to have it withdrawn, then being robbed, the Gungahlin Jets may be the unluckiest sporting club in Canberra.
Larissa Nicholson Canberra's indigenous children risk becoming part of another ''stolen generation'', the head of Australia's peak Aboriginal childcare body says.
Larissa Nicholson About 10 buses will be out of action in Canberra on Monday morning and management are warning commuters to prepare for service cancellations.
Larissa Nicholson The ACT government should consider imposing a stormwater levy on Canberra households to help combat severe and escalating problems with the city's urban water system, an expert says.
Larissa Nicholson Environmental groups say the state of the Giralang Pond should sound a warning about the health of one of the city's important waterways.
Larissa Nicholson Canberrans sweated through one of the city's hottest, driest Januaries on record this year, according to the Australian Bureau of Meteorology.
Larissa Nicholson WHEN school starts back this week, there will be no forgotten lunches or fights over homework at one Campbell household.
Larissa Nicholson A low-budget Australian film championing the underdog captured the attention of Canberrans on Thursday night.
Larissa Nicholson Eleven years ago Mark Douglas defended his Duffy home against the bushfires that destroyed many of the houses in his street.
Larissa Nicholson and Ben Westcott Lots of cool water, shade and perhaps a wading pool are what huskies need to beat the summer heat.
Larissa Nicholson The first Canberra couple to enter reality cooking show My Kitchen Rules scored poorly on two of their three dishes.
Larissa Nicholson A small part of Angelina Jolie's new movie looks set to be filmed on the NSW south coast.