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Stephanie Anderson

Stephanie Anderson is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Police on hunt for failed ram raiders

Stephanie Anderson Police are investigating two ram raids in Canberra’s north, one week after thieves stole an ATM from a Belconnen café.

From the footy field to the ballot box

Stephanie Anderson Football fans are being targeted this weekend as the Australian Electoral Commission attempts to sign up voters at Canberra Stadium.

Business fears remain despite boost in sales

Stephanie Anderson Canberra has recorded the largest spending growth of all states and territories in June, but industry groups say businesses are still suffering.

Woman hospitalised following multiple crashes on Parkway

Stephanie Anderson One person has been taken to hospital following a series of wet weather crashes on the Tuggeranong Parkway on Friday.

Suspicious powder shuts down city post office



Stephanie Anderson A city post office has been reopened after a series of tests cleared any danger from a suspicious powder.

Could O'Keefe steer the Bullet Train to the ballot box?

Andrew O'Keefe

Stephanie Anderson The Bullet Train for Australia is doing away with its celebrity free policy and offering Weekend Sunrise host Andrew O’Keefe a plum role in the party.

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Woman freed after car rolls in Braddon

Stephanie Anderson A woman has been freed from her vehicle after it rolled in Braddon on Thursday morning.

More claims over roos on roads

Dead kangaroo lays on Majura Road.
The Canberra Times
30 April 2013
Photo Jay Cronan

Stephanie Anderson Kangaroos have been dubbed the primary culprits in collisions with Canberra drivers, accounting for 90 per cent of animal related claims lodged in the capital.

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Car fire in Fraser prompts police probe

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Stephanie Anderson A car fire in Fraser has prompted a police investigation.

Officials warned of prisoner at risk


Christopher Knaus, Michael Inman, Lisa Cox, Stephanie Anderson Prison authorities were warned an inmate was at risk of self-harm just a month before he committed suicide.

PS cuts could be boost for minor parties

Stephanie Anderson Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s plans to cull senior level public service positions may see a boost in votes for minor parties, according to a Canberra academic.

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Death in custody under investigation in Canberra

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Stephanie Anderson and Lisa Cox A man has died while in custody at the Alexander Maconochie Centre on Tuesday, prompting an investigation by ACT Policing.

Senior public servants facing efficiency dividend

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Stephanie Anderson Senior levels of the public service are facing yet another efficiency dividend, which aims to save $250 million over four years.

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Roo target in doubt as protests disrupt cull

Kangaroos at Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve.

Tom McIlroy and Stephanie Anderson Animal activists claimed a strategic victory over shooters involved in Canberra's annual kangaroo cull on Monday, saying they had disrupted shooting in the Pinnacle Nature Reserve.

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One hospitalised after motorcycle, car collide

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Stephanie Anderson Canberra Avenue has been reopened after a motorcycle and car collided in Griffith on Monday.

Ram raiders smash through Belconnen Black Pepper Cafe


Stephanie Anderson Police are investigating a ram raid after vandals smashed their way into a Belconnen café and stole an ATM overnight.

Kangaroo cull count may fall short of target

Eastern grey kangaroo.

Stephanie Anderson Professional shooters may fail in reaching their target for the capital’s annual kangaroo cull by the July 31 deadline, following repeated legal delays by activists.

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Missing teen found safe

Missing girl Ashleigh Knobel-Wickson, known by friends and family as 'Lori'.

Stephanie Anderson A teenage girl who went missing from a Queanbeyan address more than a week ago has been found.

Kangaroo cull to 'bolster' Senate bid

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Stephanie Anderson The Animal Justice Party's ACT Senate candidate Marcus Fillinger believes his chances at the polls have been boosted by the ongoing debate over kangaroo culling in Canberra.

Police search for missing Queanbeyan teen

Missing girl Ashleigh Knobel-Wickson, known by friends and family as 'Lori'.

Stephanie Anderson Police are urging the public’s help in locating a teenage girl who went missing from a Queanbeyan address almost a week ago.