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Phillip Thomson is a Public Service Reporter at The Canberra Times.
Phillip Thomson The ACT public service's yearly report is out. Some directorates are shedding workforce grunt; one place is gaining.
Phillip Thomson Canberrans not wanting to meet multiple snakes at a time should not park their car here.
Phillip Thomson In the early hours of Friday morning a man turned up at Canberra Hospital. Police were soon called.
Phillip Thomson Impact of University of Canberra's outsourcing to India and restructure come out in tribunal case.
Phillip Thomson Bill Shorten needs to aggressively update the frontbench.
Phillip Thomson Former chief minister talks to colleagues about move up Labor ranks.
Phillip Thomson Where the new Prime Minister likes to eat out in Canberra.
Phillip Thomson Part of Commonwealth Avenue Bridge will be shut down from 9pm on Wednesday while a stunt man jumps off it.
Phillip Thomson, Emma Kelly, Alexandra Back and Katie Burgess The world's media have been clamouring to hear more of the merino from Mulligan's Flat that was found carrying a massive 40.45-kilogram fleece on its back.
Phillip Thomson Shearer believes a very woolly sheep found near Canberra believes has set a new Australian record with a 42.5kg fleece.
Phillip Thomson London Circuit building cleared out by emergency workers.
Phillip Thomson You can't stroll beside the lake in Canberra these days without bumping into a film crew shooting an edgy political thriller.
'Incubators for violence' in Canberra: Royal Commission called for to investigate abuse against people with disabilities
Phillip Thomson 'Muslim f***' and 'my country, my rules' used by support worker, inquiry told.
Phillip Thomson With the Big Boys Toys Expo fast approaching, Phillip Thomson hitches a ride with a man who loves Jeeps and the thrills of off-roading.
Phillip Thomson How a hot TV personality and a Canberra entrepreneur took over David Jones hangers.
Phillip Thomson But wetter means (slightly) warmer and cold days to come.
Phillip Thomson A crowd gathered on the edge of Lake Burley Griffin on Sunday to rally in support of same sex marriage.
Phillip Thomson The ANZ/Property Council Survey has found sentiment in the territory housing sector has increased by 30 points.
Phillip Thomson Phillip Thomson unpicks the Manuka shake madness, learns just how much Nutella is involved and discovers some customers are even happy to share.
Phillip Thomson Documents show whistleblower case shut down after days and he wasn't told about it. Then correspondence told him it was both still open and closed.