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Reporter at The Canberra Times
Matthew Raggatt The solar farm approval conditions requiring screen planting had achieved nothing, with the company doing the "bare minimum" by having young tube stock planted, Matthew Raggatt says.
Matthew Raggatt A repeat of the Woden 9 plans for towers up to 28 storeys high would be prevented if new height limits in the Woden master plan took effect.
Matthew Raggatt Many of the ACT's childcare centres are being assessed for the first time, Lisa Syrette says.
Matthew Raggatt It's the party to mark the Year of the Monkey but lion dancers will again lead the Chinese New Year celebrations on Sunday.
Matthew Raggatt Advocates for principals and parents said security measures taken after threats were made last week were satisfactory.
Matthew Raggatt A Canberra man allegedly threatened to kill his partner after throwing a bowl of vanilla slice mix in her face on Friday night.
Matthew Raggatt A 27-year-old Canberra man who allegedly supplied cocaine and MDMA to an undercover police officer has been refused bail.
Matthew Raggatt The ACT no longer has the nation's smallest gender pay gap, but business leaders back its advantages.
Matthew Raggatt The company providing the petrol app in aims to provide petrol savings worth $40 million to Canberra motorists in a year.
Matthew Raggatt Williamsdale landowners have described the decision to approve the solar farm on the Monaro Highway without further changes as "offensive".
Matthew Raggatt Public servant roles are among the middle class occupations which will be eliminated by automation.
Matthew Raggatt A giant elm will continue its dominance of a home in the Woden Valley after the government rejected an application to cut it down.
Matthew Raggatt When you want to build a five-storey complex next to the headquarters for Australia's lawyers, you better follow the planning rules closely.
Matthew Raggatt An alleged burglar found in a south Canberra dance studio with a used syringe has been refused bail.
Matthew Raggatt Liberals leader Jeremy Hanson has promised his party's preselected candidates will be mainly fresh faces, but the three putting their hands up first are back for more after missing out in 2012.
Matthew Raggatt Trucks carting up to half a million litres of water through a quiet suburban street each day have angered Gungahlin residents.
Matthew Raggatt Canberrans have enjoyed a good year for competitive petrol prices.
Matthew Raggatt If sock or jocks have gone missing your pet's stomach may well be where they are.
Matthew Raggatt Settlement on the largest office building to sell in the Canberra CBD for more than two years has happened.
Matthew Raggatt A woman says she feared for her life if her boyfriend was released on bail, after he allegedly assaulted her, threatened her with a taser and followed her in a high-speed car chase.