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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
ACT's controversial former chief minister Kate Carnell has returned to the main game selling a forceful message
Ross Peake After being forced to resign as ACT Chief Minister all those years ago, Kate Carnell is returning to the national capital with a new image
Ross Peake The ACT can boast it is leading the nation in the drive to use solar and wind power to heat and cool our homes
Ross Peake MPs are concerned that changes to media ownership may result in less local content, particularly television news.
Ross Peake Consumer protection laws aren't working, reports ROSS PEAKE. Shoddy builders rise, fail, but rebirth and rise again
Ross Peake Canberra owners of classic Ford Mustangs are keenly awaiting the first shipment of the new model, due in Australia next year.
Ross Peake The debate over bulldozing the Sydney and Melbourne buildings is sparking a broader debate about the future of Civic that has implications for all Canberrans.
Ross Peake Civic should be released from the blandness of uniform building heights to allow it to develop a more interesting skyline, according to a city planner.
Ross Peake A Hong Kong billionaire is about to throw a lifeline to the ailing Casino Canberra.
Ross Peake Spending on security at Parliament House in Canberra may have to be reduced along with cuts to other services in the building.
Ross Peake Quentin Bryce recalled tears of sadness and joy as she reminisced about her five-year term as Governor-General.
Ross Peake The cuts to the federal public service will hit Canberra harder than Holden's job losses will affect South Australia.
Ross Peake Ministers were forced to approve tens of millions of dollars in last-minute spending on Parliament House just weeks before the opening.
Ross Peake The portraits at Parliament House of former prime ministers are proving to be a magnet for visitors wanting a picture of themselves with a famous Australian.
Ross Peake The Hawke Labor government seriously considered breaking the promise to fund the operating deficit of Calvary Hospital, which would have closed all its public beds.
Ross Peake Almost 17,900 people from 155 countries will become Australian citizens in about 400 ceremonies on Sunday.
Ross Peake Business groups are concerned about a drop in investment as the ACT government is urged to cut costs.
Ross Peake Senators from the major parties do not bother being in the chamber to cast a vote if told the division is a ''mickey''.
Ross Peake and Meredith Clisby The ACT economy is showing clear signs of distress as the federal government cuts the public service, the latest economic data shows.
Ross Peake Paper and clothing manufacturers are complaining bitterly about the flood of cheap imports and calling for the Abbott government to have the political courage to ''buy Australian'' even as it slashes...
Ross Peake The Hawke government had to deal with the future of Jervis Bay as it wrestled with imposing self-government on the ACT.