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Reporter at The Canberra Times
Matthew Raggatt Popularity of snow area last year helped management decide what to improve.
Matthew Raggatt Woden Plaza retailers have cried out for an urgent revamp of the struggling precinct amid "worst in a decade" business conditions.
Matthew Raggatt A leading union representing ActewAGL staff will seek meetings with the company's management to warn job cuts risk public safety.
Matthew Raggatt A man charged with assaulting his former partner has been granted bail despite threatening to kill the woman if she did not tell the truth about alleged cheating.
Matthew Raggatt Police find 170 capsules of ecstasy in car but suspect denies they are hers.
Matthew Raggatt Parents of a student with autism say the care program has normalised school life for him.
Matthew Raggatt The Women's Legal Centre's funding request comes at a time of "overwhelming" demand for services.
Matthew Raggatt The Kingston spot shut in March, months after its 10-year anniversary.
Matthew Raggatt Nicholls chapel accounts for one in 10 weddings in ACT in 2014.
Matthew Raggatt Possums have ruined a Deakin couple's sleep for months after Actew AGL failed to repair a gaping hole in their roof.
Matthew Raggatt Plums, apricots, apples, berries, corn and zucchinis grow at the Canberra Organic Growers Society gardens in Charnwood.
Matthew Raggatt Gap between those who have jobs or are on the pathway to employment and the unemployed is big, laid-off youth says.
Matthew Raggatt Father of a student with highly unstable diabetes says nurses must be permanent presence on special school campuses.
Matthew Raggatt A course on working safely with asbestos-containing materials aims to teach tradespeople how to handle the hazard safely.
Matthew Raggatt A Casey man has been prohibited from accessing social media and dating sites after he was charged with possession of child pornography.
Matthew Raggatt A steam locomotive will be the backdrop for a step back to the World War I home front.
Matthew Raggatt A safe seat in Parliament might mean a chance to become a minister today, but for a number of politicians in World War I it left them free to face the perils of war.
Matthew Raggatt Federal cuts could hurt the growing number of ACT children with autism and other special needs, advocates have said.
Matthew Raggatt An Australian-penned mass will be performed at Catholic churches this Anzac Day.
Matthew Raggatt ACT teachers should embrace measures which encourage expertise in schools and not be content with superior NAPLAN scores, an international education expert has said.