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Phillip Thomson WHEN public servant Ian Watt accepted redundancy he spent sleep-deprived nights strategising how he would pay for his children's education.
Phillip Thomson The challenge was 76 forward rolls in one minute. The prize? Glory and acclaim in Guinness World Records.
Phillip Thomson Alcohol, a few moral supporters and a poem scribbled on a napkin.
Phillip Thomson Crash between kangaroo and man on motorbike.
Phillip Thomson Belconnen Way has a dark history of drivers who have been killed and injured along its stretch.
Phillip Thomson Queanbeyan's Roslyn Harper has signed up for the longest ride of her life. Again.
Phillip Thomson Tony Robey's company Wizard Power owes $8 million to creditors and is in the hands of an administrator.
Phillip Thomson Labor frontbencher Kim Carr believes is urging the 500,000 disengaged eligible Australians to enrol.
Phillip Thomson Australia's largest polling booth, 16,900 kilometres away, will be heritage listed.
Phillip Thomson Organ donation and advances in medical science are saving people's lives with increasing success.
Phillip Thomson The Barton Highway is below international standard, with almost 100 smashes a year.
Phillip Thomson A crisis meeting will address Canberra's dubious title as Australia's business failure capital.
Phillip Thomson A clutch of women bloggers in Canberra is amassing tens of thousands of followers
Phillip Thomson Justin-Kirilly Bush knew little about muscle cars when he started making a film about them.
Phillip Thomson MIDDLE-AGED male cyclists in Canberra are turning up to hospital almost as much as teenage boys and blokes in their early 20s.
Phillip Thomson AN ACT driver who allegedly reached speeds of 140km/h when fleeing police has been caught and charged, and his son and nephew filmed the pursuit on a mobile phone.
Phillip Thomson Creditors are owed about $8 million after the death of a solar energy enterprise.
Phillip Thomson Another Canberra supermarket has gone into liquidation even as uncertainty over the election continues.
Phillip Thomson BICYCLE thefts in Canberra increased by 12 per cent in the past year, according to police.
Phillip Thomson IT'S A solitary stretch of road that has become a sanctuary for cyclists but the Old Federal Highway north of Canberra is now seeing fewer riders because of potential threats to their personal safety.