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Stephanie Anderson is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

Canberra weather warms up as heatwave hits

Tom McIlroy, Stephanie Anderson Canberra’s temperature will reach 30 degrees for the first time since March on Thursday, as temperatures climb across eastern Australia.

Wet and warm start to spring for Canberra

Spring photo comp.

Stephanie Anderson Canberra has recorded one of its wettest and warmest starts to spring following a month of record breaking weather.

Wild weather from snow to severe fire danger

Wild winds

Stephanie Anderson and Matthew Raggatt The elements were on show on Thursday, as dangerous winds caused nearly 2000 Canberra homes and businesses to lose power.

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Umbrellas out, Canberra!

Caught in the rain.

Stephanie Anderson Canberra is expected to receive its monthly mean rainfall in a single day as forecasters predict up to 50mm of rain on Monday.

Wet, wet, wet but no white for Canberra

Mix bag of weather on the slopes (Thumbnail)

Stephanie Anderson Snow has fallen throughout the region, but it looks like Canberra has been left with little but rain this morning.

Canbrrrr! Our coldest morning this year

Canberra times winter photo comp 2013

Stephanie Anderson Canberrans have shivered through the city’s coldest morning this year as the temperature dropped to minus 6 degrees.

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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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Kangaroo cull protesters lose last minute legal bid

Animal Liberation spokesperson Carolyn Drew

Michael Inman and Stephanie Anderson Animal rights activists have launched another legal bid to disrupt the capital's controversial kangaroo cull.

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Canberra braces for 100km/hr winds

28 September 2012 News, Journalist The Canberra Times, Photo Jay Cronan. A woman walking near Reconciliation Place tries to escape the rain and wind.

Stephanie Anderson Damaging winds of up to 100km/hr could hit Canberra on Friday, following reports of 120km/hr gusts in Thredbo.

Fog forces cancellations, delays


Stephanie Anderson Thick fog brought visibility down to 300 metres in Canberra on Tuesday morning, prompting numerous delays and cancellations for travellers.

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Snow hits ranges on coldest day of year

Beth Hansen, 11, of Hughes was well prepared for the weather when the school bell rang.

Stephanie Anderson and Tom McIlroy Canberra’s hopes for snow are fading fast as the capital warms up after its coldest day of the year.

Roos get stay of execution

The guidelines on the humane killing of kangaroos, and an Eastern Grey kangaroo.

Christopher Knaus, Peter Jean, Stephanie Anderson The government has promised not to begin its cull of almost 1500 kangaroos until at least Wednesday,

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Weekend wet follows fourth driest autumn on record

Photo by Liz de Chastel

Stephanie Anderson Canberra has recorded its fourth driest autumn on record after three months of fluctuating temperatures.

Protesters prepare to rally against cull

Eastern grey kangaroo with the baby kangaroo.

Stephanie Anderson Protesters will gather to rally against the culling of kangaroos in the capital as the ACT Government remains tight-lipped about its plans for the annual operation.

Canberra braces for the big wet

Weather, autumn Canberra

Stephanie Anderson Canberra’s dry spell is expected to end as forecasters brace for a wetter than average winter in the capital.

Frosty mornings expected as winter hits the capital

Canberra Times Readers Autumn Photo Competition 2013. 
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Tom McIlroy and Stephanie Anderson Snow has fallen across the slopes overnight as the mercury plummeted across NSW and the ACT.

Rare 'majestic little creature' spotted

Stephanie Anderson The sighting of a rare eastern pygmy possum has prompted a reminder for Canberrans to be careful when sourcing firewood this winter.

Canberra heading for January heat record as storms spark fire fears

News. A storm brews in the south of the ACT. Pic taken from a hill in Ngunnawal about 9 pm. 21st. January 2013 Photograph by Graham Tidy, The Canberra Times.

Stephanie Anderson Canberra is sweltering through what could be its hottest January on record, according to the Bureau of Meteorology, as fire crews keep a close eye on lightning strikes in dry bush areas.

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Hazard reduction burn at Tharwa as fires continue through region

Siding Spring Observatory

Stephanie Anderson Canberran firefighters are taking advantage of the cooler weather by burning off near Tharwa this evening.

Stark reality of death for farmers as animals perish in the inferno

Livestock moving across a property at Jugiong near Yass was almost completely burnt out after a bush fire swept through the area.

Stephanie Anderson and Lisa Cox Farmers have suffered stock losses in the thousands as bushfires continue to tear through properties across the border.