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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake In Saturday's pre-dawn darkness, amateur radio enthusiasts will climb Mount Ainslie to beam Anzac Day messages around the globe.
Ross Peake The ACT's economy is shrouded by uncertainty, with with some people deciding to "hit the Hume" to leave Canberra and the retail sector flagging, according to an economic report released on Monday.
Ross Peake The ACT economy's national ranking could slip further due to cuts in the public service, according to the latest snapshot of the national capital.
Ross Peake The community-run Hall Museum, now hosting an emotional Anzac display, could close if the ACT government insists on charging rent.
Ross Peake Working in Papua New Guinea was a life-changing experience for Robyn Hendry, Canberra Business Chamber's new chief executive.
Ross Peake Lifeline Canberra calls on ACT government to do more to prevent suicide as PS cuts bite
Ross Peake The left-leaning ACT branch of the Labor Party is pushing for changes to the party's policy on asylum seekers.
Ross Peake The ACT should follow New Zealand’s example by being bold enough to introduce family group conferencing to reduce the number of children going into care, according to a Canberra researcher.
Ross Peake Newly-minted ACT Senator Katy Gallagher will campaign for the Labor Party to soften its harsh policy on asylum seekers, at its national conference this year.
Ross Peake The iconic tally board from the former national tally room, previously used for federal elections, will become part of history at Old Parliament House.
Ross Peake New senator Katy Gallagher says she's not going to stand for the second-rate treatment dished out to Canberra by the Abbott government.
Ross Peake Nurses will run a pop-up stall on Wednesday to call for staffing levels at Queanbeyan Hospital to be lifted to the same level as metropolitan hospitals.
Ross Peake Canberra’s denizens could be forgiven for not caring there’s an election battle happening just outside the territory’s borders.
Ross Peake Canberra's proposed light rail project will be given a boost at a conference on Thursday when it is compared favourably with a global renaissance for tram lines in smaller cities.
Ross Peake When a victim of crime comes face to face with their offender under a program being run in Canberra, the results can be explosive but mostly, they leave happier.
Ross Peake A "Canberra Alliance" of more than 40 groups, including churches, environmental activists and unions, is expected to be formed to ensure grassroots voices are heard on community and national issues.
Ross Peake Iconic building among six Canberra properties which could be sold to help the Abbott Government balance its budget.
Ross Peake The Dickson shopping centre development will result in small bedsitters perched on top of the new supermarkets only one story above noisy loading bays and smelly garbage compactors, according to...
Ross Peake In aftermath of the Queensland election, federal and territory politicians draw strong parallels between agressive styles of Tony Abbott and Campbell Newman and say cuts to public service were a...
Ross Peake Former Labor ACT Chief Minister Jon Stanhope has launched an angry and emotional tirade on his party for its treatment of asylum seekers.