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Phillip Thomson is a Public Service Reporter at The Canberra Times.
Phillip Thomson The Coalition has confirmed it will not honour the $10 million pledged for the second half of a sports hub in Canberra.
Phillip Thomson Hue Le's family has finally been handed the findings of a coronial inquest into her death.
Phillip Thomson One in three Canberra buses is not running on time.
Phillip Thomson There has been a fivefold increase in the number of reported accidents involving ACT Health staff.
Phillip Thomson It was such a work of art, it moved from the realm of cake to monument.
Phillip Thomson Police across the country could be prevented from using pepper spray to defend themselves as a result of a legal case against a Canberra Australian Federal Police officer.
Phillip Thomson MANDARINS should not be precious about using outdated letterheads to save money under the Abbott government, says one former high-ranking public servant.
Phillip Thomson A roadside bomb in Iraq robbed Liam Haven of his sight in 2008 and the road to recovery was hard.
Phillip Thomson Maurice Wells cycled across Australia but says he only came across a handful of dangerous drivers.
Phillip Thomson He has been criticised for quips about kicking Julia Gillard to death and calling Leigh Sales a cow.
Phillip Thomson Opportunity knocks as many public servants face the axe, reports Phillip Thomson.
Phillip Thomson A Canberra zombie movie might demonstrate the capital is a hothouse of thrifty creativity.
Phillip Thomson CANBERRA woman Hue Le was bloodied and bruised after she was bashed at a playground in Kaleen in 2005, but she was not expected to die.
Phillip Thomson At least two types of people can earn $6500 a week in Canberra: senior public service executives and transgender sex workers.
Phillip Thomson, Megan Doherty Liz Dawson set up a dental practice for people too poor to afford treatment, but now she faces a problem.
Phillip Thomson The head of the capital's business chamber has called for Tony Abbott to cut public service jobs as quickly as possible.
Phillip Thomson Canberra singer-songwriter and diplomat has been named one of the country's live music ambassadors.
Phillip Thomson At 14 years of age Joshua Torley is a rising star in the world of running.
Phillip Thomson Just hundreds of votes stood between Mike Kelly and his ability to hold the 40-year bellwether status of Eden-Monaro.
Phillip Thomson Australia has a higher proportion of prisoners in privately run jails than any other nation a report says.