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Larissa Nicholson is a journalist at The Canberra Times.
Larissa Nicholson Research suggests sunlight could prevent short-sighted children's eyes from getting worse.
Larissa Nicholson The federal government should not back away from imposing stringent labelling standards on food if it is serious about tackling obesity, an expert said on Thursday.
Larissa Nicholson The world will release more carbon dioxide through the burning of fossil fuels in 2013 than any other year.
Larissa Nicholson Tropical fish will reach the south coast of NSW in a matter of decades, posing a grave threat to local fish and native kelp forests.
Larissa Nicholson The relative of a Canadian missing in Koscuiszko National Park has offered a $10,000 reward.
Larissa Nicholson Imagine feeling pain and not being upset by it, or running a marathon and not feeling tired.
Larissa Nicholson They are hated by smokers, show graphic pictures of rotting limbs and diseased eyeballs.
Larissa Nicholson Australia's largest cities are some of its least liveable, according to their own residents.
Larissa Nicholson Plants are soaking up a significant amount of Australia's fossil fuel carbon emissions, but not enough to stop human-made climate change.
Larissa Nicholson It's an annual excuse for a stolen kiss but could also improve effectiveness of cancer treatments.
Larissa Nicholson IT IS shaping up to be a happy Christmas for many of Canberra's retailers, with national brands and smaller players in the capital predicting strong sales this festive season.
Larissa Nicholson Video games can be just as addictive as alcohol or gambling, a new Australian study claims.
Larissa Nicholson Julian Slater arrived at the site of the Bali bombings just 24 hours after the devastating blasts.
Larissa Nicholson The Canberra Times columnist and academic Jenna Price says ordinary people are finally standing up to media bullies.
Matt Wade, Ben Schneiders, Larissa Nicholson If you're in the habit of checking your work inbox before bed, beware.
Larissa Nicholson Ewen McDonald, deputy director general of AusAID, will head up a new international fund designed to help developing nations adapt to the major challenges posed by climate change.
Larissa Nicholson A woman was struck by a truck and killed yesterday after getting out of her car on the Hume Highway near Golden Vale Road, close to the Berrima turn off.
Larissa Nicholson The annual meeting of local governments from across Australia kicked off yesterday with the Australian Local Government Association calling for an inquiry into inequalities across regions due to the...