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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake A media blitz is about to begin in Canberra to tell people with disabilities when they can begin buying services under the NDIS.
Ross Peake It's bright yellow and floats and was one of the stars at the disability expo in Canberra on Thursday.
Ross Peake The “biggest change since Medicare” is about to sweep into Canberra.
Ross Peake What is the impact of the federal budget on the ACT?
Ross Peake Canberra's government and business leaders are hoping the city's revamped economy will not sink to the levels of 1996.
Ross Peake The federal government has snubbed the ACT's bid for funding to prepare a case for a new convention centre.
Ross Peake Foster news
Ross Peake Big changes are coming for foster care in the ACT that will benefit both children in care and the adults who look after them.
Ross Peake Katy Gallagher is bracing for Canberra to receive a "big hit" in Tuesday's federal budget but is predicting the impact will not be as bad as the federal cuts in 1996.
Ross Peake Is there any possible way we can rid ourselves of the ''problem'' of possums in Canberra? Or are they just too cute to be a pest?
Ross Peake and Peter Hannam Treasurer Joe Hockey has attacked windfarms as “utterly offensive and “a blight on the landscape” in the latest sign that the Abbott government has support for the renewable energy...
Ross Peake Anthony Toms, the partner of ACT Treasurer Andrew Barr, has begun a campaign to have the law changed to stop possums – ‘‘evil fur balls’’ - eating his veggie garden.
Ross Peake The ACT’s economy has slipped dramatically in the national ratings as cuts in the public service bite into business confidence.
Ross Peake Tuggeranong should be extended to the west side of the Murrumbidgee River to bring more people to the region, Liberal senator Zed Seselja said.
Ross Peake Nappy Valley is turning grey - and that's bad news for the Tuggeranong Town Centre
Ross Peake The Australian War Memorial will stop work on its Anzac Day preparations on Thursday evening to allow a peace vigil to use the parade ground.
Ross Peake The visiting royals will plant on Friday at the Australian War Memorial a sapling grown from the historic Lone Pine that was planted there by the Duke of Gloucester in 1934.
Ross Peake Haunting images of the faces of the 40 Australians killed in Afghanistan will be projected on the wall of the Australian War Memorial just before this year's Anzac Day dawn service.
Ross Peake Canberra Airport is predicting a slide in revenue from federal public servants having their wings clipped.
Ross Peake On Boxing Day each year, Stephen Byron faces up to the perils and challenges of being wet and tired on a yacht racing from Sydney to Hobart