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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
John Thistleton Sydney show officials crowing over Canberra champion chook coup.
John Thistleton A rare pygmy perch inspires landholders to change the countryside near Yass.
John Thistleton National Parks Association says the NSW Government should cut to the chase on controlling Snowy Mountain's wild horses and cull them.
John Thistleton Many holidaymakers packed and booked through an extra bag over the Christmas holidays, containing their pet dog or cat.
John Thistleton Peter D'Arcy does not care for the eggs of these Australorp chooks, even though they are the world's best layers.
John Thistleton Canberra and the South Coast should expect ideal weather to see in 2016.
John Thistleton Volunteers help turtles running the gauntlet past fences, foxes and cars.
John Thistleton Award-winning environmentalist hopes Australia recovers from Abbott's 'crazy ideology'.
John Thistleton How many chickens make a free-range dozen? 185 per hectare, say Long Paddock producers.
John Thistleton Why swells are shifting sand from one end of the South Coast's smaller beaches to the other.
John Thistleton Narrabundah's hardy peacocks still rule the roost in the divided neighbourhood.
John Thistleton Choice survey finds Tharwa farm gives chooks biggest free range.
John Thistleton Early snow draws holidaymakers into the mountains.
John Thistleton Carers who patch up the victims of roaming domestic cats in Canberra say they should be kept under wider control.
John Thistleton One signature could save Australia's native animals in Canberra, say 30 eminent ACT scientists, conservationists and former politicans
John Thistleton Canberra's dry, dusty days will continue through March.
John Thistleton The ACT government's cat containment laws have fallen behind the release of new suburbs, leaving pet owners in many areas having to build enclosures in the future, or risk having their roaming cat...
John Thistleton Anglers are being advised not to transfer small boats from Yerrabi Pond into other waterways to avoid spreading deadly pathogens that may be responsible for killing large numbers of Murray cod.
John Thistleton ACT Parks and Conservation rangers protect snow-covered ground from four-wheel drivers.
John Thistleton The first queen bees to arrive in Australia in seven years are expected to bring significant benefits and risks to the bee industry.