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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
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.
Ross Peake The National Capital Authority’s grip on all parts of Canberra should be loosened, according to Zed Seselja.
Ross Peake Work is about to begin on several projects for the revamp of Woden town centre including the long overdue construction of a new bus interchange.
Ross Peake Refugee advocates will set up a "refugee embassy" outside the office of the Immigration Department in Belconnen on Tuesday to protest against Australia's treatment of asylum seekers.
Ross Peake The plan to cut down 27 trees for a “temporary” car park in Dickson is expected to draw strong objections during a community meeting on Wednesday evening.
Ross Peake The ACT government is finally taking steps to build an indigenous bush retreat for drug and alcohol rehabilitation near Tharwa.
Ross Peake The first job of the newly-elected members of the ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body is making their group better known.
Ross Peake A small organisation that has been helping Canberra people with a disability for 35 years is facing an uncertain future.
Ross Peake Some small groups in the ACT that help people living with a disability are in turmoil with the long-overdue shift to an insurance.
Ross Peake Dickson residents say a ''temporary'' car park to be built on a busy corner at the shopping centre will create dangerous traffic conditions, vandalise a tree-lined park and be too far from most shops.
Ross Peake A social phenomenon that meets a need for older men is taking a firm hold in Canberra and across Australia.
Ross Peake All current major construction projects in the ACT will be completed by next year “leaving a stark pipeline beyond the next two years”, according to a report published on Thursday.
Ross Peake Lifeline Canberra will expand its training programs dealing with stress and redundancies, in a bid to make the telephone counselling service economically sustainable.