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Ross Peake is a senior reporter for The Canberra Times
Ross Peake The failure to spend money earmarked for the security upgrade at Parliament House was incompetent budgeting, a Senate estimates hearing was told on Monday.
Ross Peake Labor senators have questioned how their email addresses, and those of their staff, were provided to a private research company.
Ross Peake The Last Post ceremony on Thursday will commemorate the 268 souls who died when the ship was torpedoed by the Japanese in 1943.
Ross Peake Lobbyists should be forced to reveal their private discussions with ministers and senior public servants under a radical plan proposed to counter the influence of powerful vested interests
Ross Peake An iconic building is among six Canberra properties that could be sold to help the Abbott government balance its budget.
Ross Peake Public servants' annual days off at risk from hardline approach to pay negotiations, says the union.
Ross Peake Gough Whitlam was prime minister for a relatively short time, but the changes he made were long-lasting, a close aide says.
Ross Peake Documents released under Freedom of Information confirm the Australian War Memorial was given only brief notice that funding would be cut for its travelling exhibitions, the Labor Party says.
Veteran Affairs Minister Michael Ronaldson, Australian War Memorial in row over travelling exhibition funding
Ross Peake A serious rift has arisen between the Veterans Affairs Minister and the Australian War Memorial about a funding cut for travelling exhibitions.
Ross Peake An Australian volunteer in Cambodia has saved a terrified woman who was left naked and without food in a men's ward of a hospital after a traffic accident.
Ross Peake While the federal public service is relatively efficient, it must become more innovative and develop an experimental approach, according to a report to be published on Thursday.
Ross Peake The ACT’s economy has slipped dramatically in the national ratings as cuts in the public service bite into business confidence.
Ross Peake Haunting images of the faces of the 40 Australians killed in Afghanistan will be projected on the wall of the Australian War Memorial just before this year's Anzac Day dawn service.
Ross Peake Former prime minister John Howard will not reveal if he advised his former chief of staff Arthur Sinodinos to stand down.
Ross Peake Australia's Race Discrimination Commissioner will challenge Tony Abbott for the first time on Monday over the Prime Minister's push to water down racial vilification laws.
Ross Peake Kevin Rudd is in no hurry to have his official portrait hung in Parliament House.
Ross Peake Former governor-general Sir William Deane has vivid memories of Nelson Mandela.
Ross Peake High-speed rail is a step closer, with Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss committing the Coalition to preserving a land corridor.
Ross Peake The union movement says the federal government's commission of audit is determined to cut jobs and services by rubber stamping the Coalition's ideological approach.
Ross Peake Prime Minister Tony Abbott has given a huge boost to the proposal to create an Arlington-style national war cemetery in Canberra