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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake Almost half a million people have visited the National Arboretum Canberra since its opening in February.
Ross Peake A multimillion-dollar contract has been signed to put paid parking in central Canberra in a move that will affect thousands of commuters.
Ross Peake Despite furious demands for national leadership on gay marriage, Prime Minister Tony Abbott remained mute on Thursday amid the tumultuous reaction to the High Court's unanimous decision to strike out...
Lisa Cox, Michael Inman and Ross Peake Reaction to the High Court's decision on same-sex marriage laws.
Michael Inman, Lisa Cox, Ross Peake The High Court has overturned Australia’s first same-sex marriage law.
Ross Peake The National Capital Exhibition overlooking Lake Burley Griffin is losing its attraction for visitors to Canberra, particularly for those from overseas.
Ross Peake Canberra's commuters could save thousands of dollars a year by catching the bus to work, says a report to be published on Thursday.
Ross Peake Servicemen exposed to nuclear bomb testing at Maralinga have been dealt a final blow in their fight for justice.
Ross Peake Memorial will have to shed jobs even as it stages commemorations for the centenary of Anzac, if the federal government does not relent.
Ross Peake Canberra may soon have a third seat in federal Parliament due to its booming population.
Ross Peake The ACT continues to lead the nation in the take-up rate for the national broadband network fibre.
Ross Peake Quentin Bryce was praised as a role model for women and girls and a strong defender of human rights.
Ross Peake and Peter Jean The new Cotter Dam is expected to take another two to three years to fill to its 78 gigalitre capacity.
Ross Peake The revolt at the Eureka Stockade is Australia's greatest story and deserves far greater prominence, according to ACT Labor MP Andrew Leigh.
Ross Peake Federal Parliament is expected to be told this week of a political breakthrough on high-speed rail.
Ross Peake Locking a distressed person in a padded cell when they are hearing voices could be the worst possible treatment, a conference in Canberra has been told.
Ross Peake The purchasing power of Canberra households continues to rise as the national capital entrenches its position as the seat of high-income earners.
Ross Peake The ACT economy may be entering a gloomy period, with building approvals slowing in contrast to national trends.
Ross Peake Queanbeyan-based Mike Kelly is pulling out of the contest to fill the Senate position vacated by former Foreign Minister Bob Carr.
Ross Peake Criticism has forced the Australian War Memorial to keep the inscription ''Known unto God'' on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.