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Stephanie Anderson

Stephanie Anderson is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Schultz in fight for his life

Albert John

Stephanie Anderson Alby Schultz is not throwing in the towel just yet.

Mastiff cross destroyed after Dunlop dog attack

Generic savage dog photo

Stephanie Anderson Authorities have destroyed the dog involved in a vicious attack on three people in Canberra earlier this year.

Call to curtail ANU numbers

Stephanie Anderson Nobel laureate says the ANU must cut student numbers in order to recreate itself as a prestigious university in the style of Harvard and Oxford.

Special police teams descend on quiet street

Stephanie Anderson Streets in Red Hill were closed for three hours during a police operation on Saturday morning, with reports a man was armed with a knife.

Damaged fire trails unusable

ACT Fire Brigade and the RFS work to extinguish a fire near the Tuggeranong pine plantation. April 26, 2013

Stephanie Anderson As many as 50 fire trails across the ACT are damaged, with some impassable, as the region moves into peak bushfire season.

Celebrate a crush on cars

Car crushing at Spin at the Tams Depot in Fyshwick.

Stephanie Anderson Car enthusiasts appreciated their own art at the centenary celebrations in Fyshwick on Saturday.

Red Hill reopened

police

Stephanie Anderson Streets in Red Hill have reopened following a three hour long police operation on Saturday.

Concern over city's 'food desert'

Households in some of Canberra's wealthiest suburbs are to struggling to eat on a regular basis due to a lack of supermarkets in walking distance.

Stephanie Anderson Households in some of Canberra's wealthiest suburbs are struggling to eat on a regular basis because of the inner south's "food desert", new research has found.

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Life better for six in 10 struggling Australians

A homeless man begging.

Stephanie Anderson and Larissa Nicholson A study shows nearly six in 10 severely disadvantaged Australians has significantly improved their lives over a decade.

Cyclist 'one of Navy's finest'

Kane Vandenberg, who died during a cycling accident on October 11, with his wife Margaret.

Stephanie Anderson Stromlo crash victim and navy officer Kane Vandenberg has been described as 'an absolute gentleman'.

Capital's cycle of poverty

Capital's hidden poverty line.

Stephanie Anderson One in every 13 Canberrans is struggling to pay for essentials such as housing and food, research has found.

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Support disabled in community, not facilities, advocate says

Jack Kruger, 11 , of O'Connor.

Stephanie Anderson Families of people with disabilities should be looking to the community for support as the government prepares to close respite services, advocate Jan Kruger says.

App creators' baby steps on worldwide web

Stephanie Anderson Local app designers are taking on the worldwide web, with a number of Canberrans debuting products internationally.

Techheads taking on the world

Stephanie Anderson Local app designers are taking on the world wide web with a number of Canberrans debuting products internationally.

Teen hit by truck in day of chaos

Police tape.

Fleta Page, Tom McIlroy and Stephanie Anderson Chaos reigned across the Canberra region's roads on Wednesday with a series of crashes bringing traffic to a halt and 15 cars, a petrol tanker, two trucks, a taxi and a 13-year-old pedestrian...

Union coughs up cash for equal love advocates

Dean Hall, CFMEU, to speak at a marriage equality rally.

Stephanie Anderson The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union has thrown its support behind the equal marriage movement, providing funds for advocates in Canberra amid calls for same-sex marriage legislation.

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Here comes the sun - and the creepy crawlies

Snakes have begun emerging...

Stephanie Anderson Snakes, spiders and even a scorpion have kept ambulance officers busy as creepy crawlies come out of hibernation across the country.

Murder investigators to release footage

Corey Power and sister Phia.

Stephanie Anderson Footage from the night of Corey Power’s murder could soon be released to the public, more than a month after the former Canberra resident was beaten to death.

Wait for public housing increases amid homeless surge

Queensland public housing

Stephanie Anderson Canberra’s homeless population is surging as the waiting list for public housing grows year on year.

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Firefighters wary as new bushfire season looms

Queanbeyan RFS  District manager Lake George zone Tim Carroll.

Stephanie Anderson A warm, wet winter has increased concerns for firefighters as they face an increased fuel load throughout the capital region this bushfire season.