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Andrew Brown is a journalist at the Sunday Canberra Times. Andrew has worked at the Canberra Times since 2016.

One ACT Health employee sacked, another resigns, over alleged bullying

One ACT Health employee sacked, another resigns, over alleged bullying

In just three months last year, 20 cases of serious bullying and harassment were investigated by ACT Health.

  • by Andrew Brown

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Just one in four cases of modern slavery are known to police

Just one in four cases of modern slavery are known to police

The report from the Australian Institute of Criminology estimated there to be as many as 1900 victims in Australia.

  • by Andrew Brown
These two regional seats could decide who wins the NSW election

These two regional seats could decide who wins the NSW election

There's one month to go before the NSW election, and with such a thin margin, the candidates of Monaro and Goulburn are taking nothing for granted.

  • by Andrew Brown
Less than half of government's PaTH interns gained a job in 2018

Less than half of government's PaTH interns gained a job in 2018

Out of the 5100 people taking part in the scheme, less than 2000 of those gained employment at the end of their internship

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'It just gets bigger': Canberra sales surge for DIY pill-testing kits

'It just gets bigger': Canberra sales surge for DIY pill-testing kits

As the debate surrounding pill testing continues, many Canberrans are resorting to testing pills themselves.

  • by Andrew Brown
Medical care of mother at Calvary fell 'well short' before her death

Medical care of mother at Calvary fell 'well short' before her death

An independent medical report for the ACT Coroners Court found 'serious concerns' with the care of Gwendoline Flynn in 2017.

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Multicultural Festival performers taken to hospital suffering burns

Multicultural Festival performers taken to hospital suffering burns

One of the performers is understood to have suffered burns to their throat and a compromised airway.

  • by Elliot Williams and Andrew Brown
'Proud to present our culture': Thousands visit Multicultural Festival

'Proud to present our culture': Thousands visit Multicultural Festival

Day two of the National Multicultural Festival saw a feast for the senses take over Canberra's city centre.

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City Services officer run over by their own work partner on the job

City Services officer run over by their own work partner on the job

The accident was one of a litany of workplace safety incidents reported to Transport Canberra and City Services, revealed under freedom-of-information laws.

  • by Andrew Brown
States should follow ACT's lead on electric cars, report finds

States should follow ACT's lead on electric cars, report finds

Denby Angus is one of 300 people in Canberra who own an electric car. That number is set to grow in coming years.

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'Us and them': Report finds conflict between Canberra's two hospitals

'Us and them': Report finds conflict between Canberra's two hospitals

The interim report into the ACT health system found relations between Calvary and Canberra Hospital staff were 'strained and fraught'.

  • by Andrew Brown