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Phillip Thomson Electrician-turned-social worker Mark Ransome has been working a tough beat for the past three years.
Phillip Thomson One in six Canberra teenagers who drop out of education are unemployed with risks of struggles throughout their lives.
Phillip Thomson Premature babies Shannon Manunui and twin brother Liam smashed the records at Canberra Hospital.
Phillip Thomson Orthopaedic surgeon Richard Hocking has been accused of using subterfuge to delay being suspended.
Phillip Thomson AUSTRALIA'S medical watchdog has clamped down on half the doctors at one general practice in Canberra, records show.
Phillip Thomson UNIVERSITY of Canberra vice-chancellor and keen bike rider Stephen Parker has called for more cycle lanes in the ACT to be physically separated from cars and other vehicles.
Phillip Thomson WHEN Mariam Veiszadeh gives birth to her first child she will be thankful it happened in Australia.
Phillip Thomson A 15-year-old will need her hip replaced every decade because of damage allegedly caused by a doctor.
Phillip Thomson Overpowered electric bike motors are being brought into Canberra, according to a local retailer.
Phillip Thomson Unclaimed superannuation owed to Canberrans has increased by $120 million in two years, and ACT workers have the most ''lost'' super per head nationally.
Phillip Thomson About 80 per cent of donated sperm used by singles, lesbian couples and other childless women in Canberra is flown in from overseas, mostly the United States.
Phillip Thomson Hundreds of years' worth of firefighting experience gathered in Forrest on Saturday, and that was just the trucks.
Phillip Thomson AN electric cargo bike is the closest thing to a car that professional opera singer Toby Cole owns.
Phillip Thomson A Spence house was gutted by fire on Saturday with an estimated $500,000 damage done.
Phillip Thomson Two doctors from the same medical practice have been suspended within three weeks of each other.
Phillip Thomson A burgeoning movement in Canberra is aiming to be one step ahead of the looming world food crisis
Phillip Thomson Canberra has seen planes landing without clearance, cars driving onto the runway and airspace mix-ups.
Phillip Thomson So far there are not enough men to sprout the seeds of love, but Edwina Wright and her friends are optimistic.
Phillip Thomson This is a garden that one day might lead to a small commercial farm, says landscape designer Bronwyn Morgan.
Phillip Thomson Phillip Thomson talks to three Canberra people in different professions about how they manage to pay the bills.