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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake Katy Gallagher and Shane Rattenbury are now halfway through the four-year term of the parliamentary agreement that allowed Labor to retain power. How well is the arrangement operating?
Ross Peake ACT unionists protest against cuts in penalty rates in Canberra on Thursday
Ross Peake The prison guards' bargaining agreement has expired but the needle exchange row is stopping it from being replaced.
Ross Peake Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove was surrounded with tight security as he greeted visitors to Yarralumla on Sunday.
Ross Peake Low-paid workers in Canberra are going to be hit harder than public servants by paid parking and also face the possible loss of penalty rates.
Ross Peake The debate over changes to public housing in Canberra has been raging for years. While tearing down dilapidated units is undoubtedly good news for developers, what will does it mean for the...
Ross Peake Runners and walkers will be given the unique opportunity to use the brand new Majura Parkway before it opens to traffic.
Ross Peake Low-paid workers in key areas such as aged care may be forced out of the ACT because they are not able to afford housing.
Ross Peake The family of jailed cameraman Morris Carpenter are loving their new life in Canberra following Mr Carpenter's release.
Ross Peake A citizenship ceremony will be staged this week at Albert Hall – the same venue where the first citizenship ceremony in Australia took place in 1949.
Ross Peake A yellow bus will arrive in Canberra on Wednesday as its crew winds up a trip around Australia to “put mateship back on track”.
Ross Peake The thousands of Canberra people pounding the pavement in crisp Spring weather have raised more than $110,000 for charity.
Ross Peake The opinions of Canberra's suburbs are credited with more importance than you might think.
Ross Peake An exhibition about Australia's longest-serving prime minister, and curated by former leader John Howard, is being staged to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Menzies' first prime ministership.
Ross Peake ''Power to the people'' the late, great John Lennon did sing. They were listening extra hard in Canberra reports Ross Peake.
Ross Peake A small park at Dickson under threat from bulldozers may be saved after a strong community protest against its imminent destruction.
Ross Peake The federal government attempted to deflect criticism over a funding cut to the Australian War Memorial's travelling exhibitions by pointing to money promised for a larger exhibition for the...
Ross Peake Thousands of Australians will be robbed of the chance to participate in the commemoration of Australia's history because of funding cuts that have halted the War Memorial's travelling exhibitions, a...
Ross Peake Funding cuts have forced the Australian War Memorial to cancel a travelling exhibition to commemorate the centenary of World War I.
Ross Peake Woden town centre is a land of contrasts, with sparkly glass-sided buildings and abandoned windswept squares.