Phillip Thomson FROM a small office in Canberra, billions of dollars worth of wind turbines are being proposed for large slabs of land across the world.
Phillip Thomson SIXTY-ONE years after its most famous resident, prime minister Ben Chifley, died there, the historic Hotel Kurrajong is being sold.
Phillip Thomson A NARRABUNDAH man has waited 3½ months for a letter from ACT Senator Kate Lundy that, when it arrived, contained a botched cut-and-paste job about jobless families.
Phillip Thomson South Canberra boy charged for leading police on chase.
Phillip Thomson MORE than 1500 cyclists are expected at the Big Canberra Bike Ride in a fortnight, an event which could fund a $50,000 bike safety campaign
Phillip Thomson EDDIE MABO'S daughter Jessie first thought of Canberra sceptically but these days she boosts tourism to the national capital.
Phillip Thomson WHEN Canberra father-of-two Rodney Andriolo was struck from behind by a car travelling at 100km/h two years ago, his back was broken in three places, discs in his neck were ruptured and two broken...
Phillip Thomson The national watchdog has slapped restrictions on more than 40 Canberra health practitioners to ‘‘protect the public’’.
Phillip Thomson A 22-YEAR-OLD bone cancer sufferer and heavy user of cocaine in the past was released on bail on Saturday after allegedly breaching previous bail conditions.
Phillip Thomson Police have arrested a 21-year-old Duffy man following a pursuit early Saturday morning where a car allegedly mounted a curb and slid down an embankment.
Phillip Thomson A motorist has died following a single car crash near Goulburn on Friday morning.
Phillip Thomson Children make the best photographic subjects, if The Canberra Times summer photo competition is any indication.
Phillip Thomson TWO years ago, from his office in the Egyptian ministry of foreign affairs in Cairo, Hassan El-Laithy was watching a revolution sweep his country.
Phillip Thomson IN AN average week a sexually assaulted woman will turn up at the Canberra Hospital and receive an emergency contraception.
Phillip Thomson The family's expensive camera has perhaps been left at home more this summer holiday than ever before.
Phillip Thomson A Canberra orthopaedic surgeon is facing fresh allegations about mistakes made on a patient.
Phillip Thomson Standing in the middle of a dusty paddock in 35-degree heat in a thick jumper might seem like madness to most.
Stephanie Anderson, Phillip Thomson and Ewa Kretowicz A COOL change will bring hope and some rain along with maximum temperatures of 28 degrees on Sunday giving firefighters a reprieve after horror conditions on Saturday.
Phillip Thomson PETER SOUTHWELL called it a miracle.
Phillip Thomson NEWLY-MINTED Labor politician Yvette Berry is just as likely to sit down with a Michael Crichton crime thriller this summer as an analytical tome about political power relationships.