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Stephanie Anderson

Stephanie Anderson is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Wet and warm start to spring for Canberra

Stephanie Anderson Canberra has recorded one of its wettest and warmest starts to spring following a month of record breaking weather.

Greenway street closed after four-car crash

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Stephanie Anderson Police have reopened a Greenway Street following a four-car collision on Monday.

'Guardian angel' nominated for bravery gong

Fleta Page and Stephanie Anderson Shane Allen ''wasn't really thinking'' when he saw 13-year-old Jeysun Bilgin swept through a stormwater drain.

Family of murdered Corey Power desperate for answers

Corey Power and sister Phia.

Stephanie Anderson A father brutally murdered in regional New South Wales last month was the victim of a targeted attack, his family say, one month on from his death.

Political parties dodge sign fines

Stephanie Anderson Political parties have dodged the majority of fines expected to be laid over illegal campaign signage throughout Canberra during the federal election period.

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Wild weather from snow to severe fire danger

Wild winds

Stephanie Anderson and Matthew Raggatt The elements were on show on Thursday, as dangerous winds caused nearly 2000 Canberra homes and businesses to lose power.

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Missing hiker Prabh Srawn's $100K reward withdrawn as search resumes

Prabhdeep Srawn - the Canadian bushwalker missing in the Kosciuskzo National Park

Stephanie Anderson The family of missing bushwalker Prabh Srawn has withdrawn the reward for finding the Canadian student, but remain determined to continue searching.

Trio accused of murder plot face trial

the Supreme Court in Canberra

Stephanie Anderson A Canberra teenager fled barefoot through scrubland after being choked and beaten with a baseball bat, the ACT Supreme Court was told on Monday.

Two crashes 500m apart in Queanbeyan

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Stephanie Anderson Police were called to two simultaneous car crashes 500 metres apart across the border in Queanbeyan on Sunday.

Driver airlifted after truck crash

Stephanie Anderson A driver has been airlifted to hospital following a crash south of Canberra on Friday.

Roads closed as rain causes problems

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The Morisset St bridge in Qeanbeyan is closed as crews cleanup debris from flood-waters.
Filed: Wednesday, 18 September 2013 10:20:04 AM 
Photo by Rohan Thomson, The Canberra Times

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Stephanie Anderson Blue skies returned only briefly to Canberra on Wednesday before heavy rain hit the city after dark.

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Hopes for marriage in a city of love

Darlene Cox and partner Liz Holcombe at their home in Downer.

Stephanie Anderson, Peter Jean and Tom McIlroy Darlene Cox has already made history once and could do it again when same-sex marriage is legalised in the ACT.

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Dog to be seized after vicious attack

Stephanie Anderson Authorities will today seize a dog involved in a vicious attack on three people in Canberra last week.

Record breaking rain to continue

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Stephanie Anderson Canberra has received record breaking rain overnight, forcing the closure of roads and crossings throughout the capital.

Same-sex boost to ACT economy

Couple holding hands.

Stephanie Anderson Same-sex marriage could be a key to boosting the ACT economy as politicians work to bring a new part of the billion-dollar wedding industry to the capital.

Umbrellas out, Canberra!

Stephanie Anderson Canberra is expected to receive its monthly mean rainfall in a single day as forecasters predict up to 50mm of rain on Monday.

Illegal posters a sign of the times

A Liberal Party election banner that had fallen over along Gungahlin Drive in Mitchell.

Stephanie Anderson The ACT government is yet to charge any political parties for about 300 illegal signs seized throughout the election period.

Mike Kelly confirms he will concede Eden-Monaro

Stephanie Anderson Mike Kelly will concede the seat of Eden-Monaro on Friday.

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Debate over Denman Prospect's development continues

Headshout of ACT Property Council Exec. Director Catherine Carter

Stephanie Anderson and Meredith Clisby The Property Council has launched a scathing attack on the Land Development Agency as the latter plans to take over development of Molonglo’s new suburb.

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Attack dog survives shooting

The neighbourhood in Dunlop where a dog was shot by a police officer after reports of attacking people.

Stephanie Anderson Police are yet to lay any charges over a vicious dog attack in Canberra's north that left three people injured.

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