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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake International student Kofi Osei Bonsu sees himself as an ambassador for Canberra.
Ross Peake Lyneham school hits back at opponents of its oval redevelopment
Ross Peake ACT Senator Katy Gallagher is to lead a national push for an Australian republic.
Ross Peake A community group is mounting a campaign against weapons advertisements at Canberra airport.
Ross Peake Simon Corbell is disappointed his decision to retire is being linked to his bout of depression more than a decade ago.
Ross Peake Long after Simon Corbell leaves politics, his biggest achievements will still be felt in Canberra.
Ross Peake Speakers at a conference in the ACT Legislative Assembly this week illustrated how children are central to the promotion of restorative practices.
Ross Peake Rudi Lammers sat on the floor of a suburban house when he witnessed a life-changing act of kindness.
Ross Peake Despite retail trade in the ACT making a surprising recovery, the territory's economy will receive a mixed report card when two high-profile assessments are released on Monday.
Ross Peake People may soon have the choice of a burial that is kinder to the planet.
Ross Peake Vinnies is stepping up its appeal for warm clothes for Canberra's largely unseen homeless people, as the national capital prepares to face more rainy days and freezing nights.
Ross Peake The fight to keep the massive Immigration and Border Protection Department in Belconnen may be almost over – and possibly won.
Ross Peake Canberra's town centres have grown at different rates. Belconnen has good prospects, but a cloud hangs over it.
Ross Peake The community-run Hall Museum is stepping up its fight against the ACT Government's plan to charge rent.
Ross Peake Thousands of ACT patients face the prospect of having to pay more for hospital care after Australia’s largest health insurer ended its contract with Calvary Health Care.
Ross Peake A tug-of-war is happening in the skies over Canberra, with the winner to decide the intensity of next summer's drought.
Ross Peake Why is it so hard to buy a house in the national capital where households have the highest disposable income in the nation?
Ross Peake Dominic Aungles knows how to scrimp and save for his first home - it's called living with the parents.
Ross Peake The organisers at Menin Gate in Ypres have been so impressed with the Australian War Memorial's Last Post ceremony in Canberra that they intend to copy one part of it.
Ross Peake The major construction industry union is vowing to fight any moves to deregister it after being hit with big fines for coercion.