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Stephanie Anderson is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Remember the families urges Victoria Cross recipient

Stephanie Anderson Victoria Cross recipient Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith has urged Australians to remember the families of those serving their country as well as those who died doing so this ANZAC Day.

Thousands gather for ANZAC Day dawn service

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ANZAC Day Dawn Service at the Australian War Memorial. 
25 April 2013. 
Photo: Rohan Thomson. 
The Canberra Times.

Stephanie Anderson Family and mateship were among the messages spread to the thousands who gathered at the Australian War Memorial on Thursday for the 2013 ANZAC Day Dawn Service.

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Canberra walkers falling behind

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Cathrine Earmshaw and Felicity Henessy walk their babies past the Centenary picture frame at Rond Terrace.
8 March 2013.
Photo: Rohan Thomson. The Canberra Times.

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Stephanie Anderson Canberra has just scraped into the top 10 most walkable cities in Australia, falling behind interstate capitals and coastal towns.

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Police search for missing 88-year-old on South Coast

Stephanie Anderson NSW Police are urging the public to help find an 88-year-old South Coast woman who was last seen on Monday.

Retrofitting, the way to cut energy bills

Owner of Alexander Watson retro fitting company, Jeremy Watson holding a thermal imaging camera.

Stephanie Anderson Canberrans adhering to local tradition will be flicking the switch on their heaters across the city this Thursday as Anzac Day brings a predicted low of 1 degree.

Police find missing woman

Julie Dawson

Stephanie Anderson Police have found a Farrer woman after an overnight search.

Man charged with assaulting cyclist

Up to six armed men robbed a Port Melbourne supermarket yesterday.

Stephanie Anderson A Bungendore man will face court next month after an alleged attack involving a trio of cyclists outside Canberra on Sunday.

Bombings 'only fuelled the human spirit'

Stephanie Anderson Australian marathon runner Rob de Castella has described the turnout for the London Marathon as a testament to the strength of the human spirit in the wake of the fatal bombings in Boston last week.

Worker who left after boss swore paid almost $11,000

Scales of Justice outside the District Court in Brisbane.

Stephanie Anderson A Queanbeyan worker who left his job after his boss swore at him has been awarded more than $10,000 in unpaid entitlements.

Elderly man hurt in Curtin crash

Stephanie Anderson An elderly man has been taken to hospital after a two car crash in Curtin.

Teen charged with firearm possession

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Stephanie Anderson A teenager will face the ACT Children’s Court today after police found a firearm in a southern Canberra home over the weekend.

Reports of violent incident at Belconnen Mall

News Father of a bashing victim Graeme Mason out the front of the Canberra hospital emergency department.The canberra times 19 April 2013 Photo jay cronan

Stephanie Anderson, Larissa Nicholson Police are investigating reports of a violent incident at the Westfield Belconnen food court at about lunchtime on Friday.

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Property downturn has architects reeling

Architects ACT branch president, Tony Trobe.

Stephanie Anderson Architecture firms are cutting jobs and losing projects as workers prepare for a continuing slump in Canberra's property sector.

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Property industry gloom

News: Trades men at the New Acton Nishi building. 5th of March 2013. Canberra Times Photograph by Katherine Griffiths

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Stephanie Anderson The looming federal election has cast a pall over Canberra's property sector, with its industry members the most negative in the country, a survey shows.

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A sneak peek in Canberra's intriguing homes

Beaver House, Philip Leeson Architects Lookout House

Stephanie Anderson Manuka Oval’s controversial lighting scheme is in the running for one of the capital’s most prestigious architecture awards.

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Greens MLA questions ACTEW's claim pay error was 'honest mistake'

Shane Rattenbury discusses the design project for Bunda Street
Photo Elesa Lee
16 January 2013

Lisa Cox, Stephanie Anderson ACT Greens Minister Shane Rattenbury has questioned claims by ACTEW’s board that its failure to correctly report its managing director’s $855,000 salary was an ‘‘honest mistake’’.

Friendships broken, but it's time to move on: Humphries

NEWS: Zed Seselja at the Canberra divisional council, Rex Hotel, Canberra. 27th March 2013. Photo by MELISSA ADAMS of The Canberra Times.

Stephanie Anderson Senator Gary Humphries is yet to contact Zed Seselja after his hopes for winning the bitter preselection feud were quashed at last night's Liberal Party meeting.

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Bus and car collide in Canberra's CBD

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Stephanie Anderson A mother and her nine-month-old baby were among the trio of patients taken to hospital after a car and bus collided in the city this morning.

Concern over potential glut of infrastructure projects

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Stephanie Anderson The Property Council of Australia has warned of skewed priorities following the announcement of two major infrastructure projects by the ACT Government.

Libs liken city revamp to failed office tower plans

The future developments were outlined as part of two government projects, “The City Plan” and “City to the Lake”, unveiled by the ACT Government on Tuesday.

Noel Towell, Stephanie Anderson, Lisa Cox The Canberra Liberals say they doubt if the ACT Government’s grand designs for the rebirth of Lake Burley Griffin’s west basin will ever come to fruition.

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