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Matthew Raggatt Demotions and redundancies are likely to be on the table.
Matthew Raggatt Members of the Canberra Airport Community Aviation Consultation Group get a new perspective of the airport.
Matthew Raggatt The only three people to have appeared in a tribunal or court for breaches of ACT asbestos laws in the last five years have no licences to do asbestos work during the Mr Fluffy demolition period.
Matthew Raggatt A man has been refused bail because Magistrate Beth Campbell said the likelihood of him reoffending was too great.
Matthew Raggatt Bringing up babies not everyone's cup of tea
Matthew Raggatt Canberra's leading victims of crime advocate has called for the ACT government to boost the compensation pool available under a new assistance model by 50 per cent.
Matthew Raggatt The ACT's work safety watchdog has rejected the construction union's concerns about the quality of asbestos removalists.
Matthew Raggatt But unconscious bias still needs addressing, one leading woman suggests.
Matthew Raggatt Made over mummies have hiked plastic surgeons' procedure lists as they seek tummy tucks and other cosmetic surgery. Matthew Raggatt says low interest rates have helped.
Matthew Raggatt Two Canberra men have been granted bail after being charged with helping import $20,000 worth of cocaine.
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Matthew Raggatt Home schooling has increased 50 per cent.
Matthew Raggatt Kangaroo collisions up as capital region postcode again tops national hot spots
Matthew Raggatt The RSPCA in Canberra has slashed management positions and wage costs in a restructure designed to ensure its viability after a heavy deficit, its chief executive says.
Matthew Raggatt Gough, Malcolm and Sir John were all there – even if only in handheld mask form – as arguably Australia's most dramatic political day was replayed at Old Parliament House on Saturday.
Matthew Raggatt A Bonython man charged with performing an indecent act on a child has been remanded after he allegedly breached bail conditions.
Matthew Raggatt The barramundi boom is partly down to heat produced from garbage gas, writes Matthew Raggatt.
Matthew Raggatt The ACT's Work Safety Commissioner has said the departure of the head of Canberra's peak builders' advocacy group will be a loss for the industry, despite several years of high rates of serious...
Matthew Raggatt Uber's internet-based ride-sharing system would benefit drivers and riders in ACT, but it is illegal in the territory, writes Matthew Raggatt.
Matthew Raggatt Online dating sites suggest women have lots of good choices in their 20s.