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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake Presentations of biographies of individual servicemen and servicewomen on roll of honour strike a chord.
Ross Peake It's quite a change of pace for former ACT Liberal senator Gary Humphries who now hears cases at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, writes Ross Peake.
Ross Peake The proposed name for a street at the Dickson shopping centre will invite ridicule and imply "something noxious or harmful", the ACT government has been told.
Ross Peake The University of Canberra will help upgrade the training of nurses in Tonga, a move that may reach other nations in the Pacific, writes Ross Peake.
Ross Peake and Latika Bourke The ACT's senators are involved in a personal stoush as tension mounts in federal parliament over gay marriage.
Ross Peake The National Capital Authority has given the go-ahead to a controversial plan to build a fence around the ministerial wing at Parliament House.
Ross Peake Senator Zed Seselja will not be challenged for Liberal Party preselection for the election.
Ross Peake Pressure on reserved car parks at Parliament House has risen after paid parking was introduced, including in the public car park, although most don't stay long enough to pay the fee.
Ross Peake ACT Liberal Zed Seselja called on Sunday for a referendum on same sex marriage, before Prime Minister Tony Abbott ruled out holding the national vote.
Ross Peake The embattled Department of Parliamentary Services is expected to be questioned at Senate Estimates on Monday (may25) about the $108 million security upgrade at Parliament House.
Ross Peake Luxury townhouses to be built on site of former embassy
Ross Peake Why are new gatehouses being built at Parliament House as part of a $108 million security upgrade when four of the original guardhouses are disused?
Ross Peake It was a slow beginning for Jane Goffman as she morphed from behind-the-scenes professional to community activist and public provocateur.
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.