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Phillip Thomson is a Public Service Reporter at The Canberra Times.
Phillip Thomson Find out how complaints against doctors have increased in the ACT and read of the details of how the watchdog is dealing with some.
Phillip Thomson Medical watchdog names health professionals under massive restrictions. And some must have a chaperone.
Phillip Thomson Canberra's drunk crime slashed as "look after your friends and walk away" leads police top five tips.
Phillip Thomson Police allege random breath test turned ugly.
Phillip Thomson "No parking offenders will be fined" was dodgy. But this one takes the cake.
Phillip Thomson As a Catholic psychologist, a Canberra man's two lives collided. He decided to choose god.
Phillip Thomson Eric Aichinger doesn't ride his bike the 10 kilometres to work. The journey is too short for him.
Emma Kelly and Phillip Thomson Andrew Blyth has been appointed chair of the Regional Development Australia committees in the ACT.
Phillip Thomson More suburbs planned and residents being surveyed to ascertain their `needs'.
Phillip Thomson When Darren McKittrick saw his garage had been broken into on the weekend he felt sick.
Phillip Thomson Firefighters and intensive care paramedics were called to a southside Canberra home on Saturday.
Phillip Thomson Thief takes something very distinctive.
Phillip Thomson A year on, Jacqueline Zwambila says she was shocked by hugs in the street.
Phillip Thomson Call for plastic bag dispensers in Canberra parks for dog owners.
Phillip Thomson The massive Immigration Department could move out of Belconnen, which would be a massive blow for the town centre as it looks for an 80,000-square metre building to consolidate its workforce.
Phillip Thomson Tales from a time long gone.
Phillip Thomson and Scott Hannaford The resurrection of the biggest rivalry in territory politics between Katy Gallagher and Zed Seselja has sparked speculation it could endanger the Liberals' ACT Senate spot but past election results...
Phillip Thomson High costs are forcing some embassies to look at alternatives, such as downsizing their land or moving to premises in cheaper parts of Canberra.
Phillip Thomson Canberra's GDP growth is the lowest it has been since 1996.
Phillip Thomson It appears fireworks stored in the roof of a house may have started a fire on Sunday.