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Reporter at The Canberra Times
Matthew Raggatt A rapid first year of growth has ended with Soldier On moving the battlefield to Crace.
Matthew Raggatt Canberra schools have no complaints about their teaching graduates, says the ACT Principals Association's Michael Hall.
Matthew Raggatt Education and Training Minister Joy Burch has welcomed federal moves to crack down on private colleges, but said she was unaware of any shoddy providers in the ACT.
Matthew Raggatt Children's books and tales of political intrigue proved popular in Canberra last year, when a national rise in book sales was recorded.
Matthew Raggatt The newest arrivals at the Australian Defence Force Academy have put on their first show, with planes, helicopters and the chief of the Defence Force playing a part in the opening year parade on...
Matthew Raggatt A Canberra man has been refused bail after facing court on allegations he threatened to kill his former partner because she would not give him immediate access to their child.
Matthew Raggatt Facing fee regulations in their homeland, Australian students may find doing degrees in the United States cost-effective, expert says.
Matthew Raggatt There is little tax revenue to gain from share economy companies like Airbnb, which are already subject to tax laws, Assistant Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says.
Matthew Raggatt Though the demand for prunes this year is at an all-time high, a long-time grower warns against mass plantings or new entrants to the industry based on the US market.
Matthew Raggatt Tony Abbott is the latest politician to promise and fail to deliver, a leading ethicist says.
Matthew Raggatt A new report promises to reveal any concerns about builders as a fall in building approvals increases competition.
Matthew Raggatt An homage to nuclear disarmament and a punk band were found on Old Parliament House.
Matthew Raggatt Behind the beer and pork knuckle, there are some pioneer stories to be heard at the German club.
Matthew Raggatt She has never spent a day in opposition, so what does popular former chief minister Katy Gallagher hope to achieve in the Senate?
Matthew Raggatt He's put his life on the line for more than a decade to thrill crowds worldwide, but extreme sports legend Travis Pastrana thinks he owes something to Canberrans.
Matthew Raggatt and Niall Boyle Better surveillance has seen an increase in arrests at Canberra Airport. Matthew Raggatt and Niall Boyle report.
Matthew Raggatt Teachers are getting much better at picking up plagiarism in students' work, Matthew Raggatt reports.
Matthew Raggatt She's mucked out stables and owned several race winners, now Danielle Cleary is on a mission to create a more elegant and educated generation of racegoer.
Matthew Raggatt Advocates for the nation's nannies have expressed increased confidence in-home care will be included in the upcoming childcare package, opening up avenues for the thousands of black market nannies.
Matthew Raggatt Business confidence and retail spending figures can bounce around from month to month, and sometimes contradict each other.