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Reporter at The Canberra Times
Matthew Raggatt Former Labor minister Kate Lundy has said figures on the capital's worst crash intersections back the Canberra Liberals' argument for a flyover of the Barton Highway.
Matthew Raggatt Heights of the four townhouses have been lowered and extra privacy screens put in place.
Matthew Raggatt The Melbourne Cup is just around the corner and a special event will celebrate French food and fashion.
Matthew Raggatt From suffocating vegetables to raisin bread short on raisins, Canberra shoppers have made their displeasure heard this year.
Matthew Raggatt Canberra's success-gorged Hawthorn supporters celebrated after watching their club take home the AFL premiership.
Matthew Raggatt The Canberra Labor Club Group is set to cash in from an $11 million project at a prime Braddon location.
Matthew Raggatt Burch and teachers' union show little enthusiasm for federal radicalisation guidebook.
Matthew Raggatt The Liberals have put forward prestige road plans for Gungahlin but Labor has time to build first
Matthew Raggatt A veteran asbestos assessor says a common form of rooftop insulation is an 'irritant' but can safely stay in ceilings.
Matthew Raggatt Lawyer services are going online but will this be a good thing for the consumer?
Matthew Raggatt A 22-year-old Conder man allegedly stole a red Mercedes convertible then used the vehicle in another burglary attempt hours later.
Matthew Raggatt The family of a Canberra soldier killed in an insider attack in Afghanistan has welcomed a coroner's findings the failure to pass down key orders may have contributed to their son's death.
Matthew Raggatt Swords and rugs will stay in public control but a French briefcase took the former PM's attention.
Matthew Raggatt You get the equivalent of a parking ticket for low level cannabis use in Canberra, so could ice ever be treated the same?
Matthew Raggatt The Canberra Liberals have vowed to undo solar rules if they are elected next year.
Matthew Raggatt Canberra's cool-climate wine will face the taste test at two wine shows this week.
Matthew Raggatt A public housing tenant wants new accommodation after potentially hazardous fibres were found in her home's insulation.
Matthew Raggatt Three months after a 140-unit plan by Coles DOMA failed, a separate six-storey residential dream is on the table
Matthew Raggatt The public nature of Islam has stirred a deep down unresolved anger in Christianity in Australia, one of the nation's leading theologians has claimed.
Matthew Raggatt The ACT's safe work watchdog wants to stop builders avoiding development rules.