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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
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.
John Thistleton ACT Parks and Conservation is stepping up research into the prolific wasp and any links with climate change.
John Thistleton Of all the things that could have wiped out giant animals in Australia's south-east, climate change wasn't one of them.
John Thistleton Hundreds of bait fish have washed ashore mysteriously on the main beach at South Durras.
John Thistleton Harry Robinson keeps a firm rein on his stallion Trump. The Australian stock horse is in high spirits in the Illalong hills west of Yass where Banjo Paterson grew up.
John Thistleton Ah, life in the bush capital on Australia Day.
John Thistleton As thick and seemingly as sinister as pythons, this strangler fig's roots sprawl 50 metres across the forest floor in Murramarang National Park, in a silent, relentless fight for sunlight, water and...
John Thistleton The Australian National University is embarking on the most comprehensive study yet of Lake George's mysterious water levels, as well as its archaeological, indigenous and European history.
John Thistleton Canberra researchers say they have confirmed the first case of a fire tornado from analysis of evidence collected during the January 2003 Canberra fires.
John Thistleton Two summers of unprecedented rain and unusually cool temperatures have left a large fuel load of grass and unburnt forest areas in and around Canberra.
John Thistleton Renewable energy certificates not issued correctly can be withdrawn from the market, according to the Clean Energy Regulator.
John Thistleton Proponents of a $400 million, 68-turbine wind farm at Collector say most of the village residents support the project, which has moved a step closer to approval.
John Thistleton As a red pander shrugs off a sleepy night with a brisk shake of her coat, a dingo, two De Brazza monkeys and three white lions face the early morning sunlight.
Nino Bucci and John Thistleton Victoria's north faces multimillion-dollar damage bills as floodwaters continue to rise.
John Thistleton, Debra Jopson Emergency evacuations were under way across large parts of Wagga Wagga last night as the Murrumbidgee River threatened to reach a flood peak of 10 metres, following the death of a man in associated...