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

Former Brumbies CEO takes up new role at Canberra Airport

Former Brumbies CEO takes up new role at Canberra Airport

Michael Thomson will start his new job as head of aviation next February.

  • by Andrew Brown

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'I still think about it': Drowning investigator calls for pool safety changes

'I still think about it': Drowning investigator calls for pool safety changes

Three years after the death of toddler River Parry, the case's investigator Senior Detective Paul Reynolds said safety recommendations need to be enacted.

  • by Andrew Brown
'The original Braddon': How Gorman House changed the face of Canberra

'The original Braddon': How Gorman House changed the face of Canberra

It was originally surrounded by sheep paddocks, but Gorman Art Centre has been a constant in an ever-changing Braddon.

  • by Andrew Brown
ACT Health planned sharing private data of employees to third parties

ACT Health planned sharing private data of employees to third parties

The organisation in 2016 discussed sharing information about employees who made bullying complaints or those were the subject of them.

  • by Andrew Brown
Canberra flight cancellations remain above the national average

Canberra flight cancellations remain above the national average

Despite its cancellation rates improving, flights between Canberra and Sydney are still among the most likely to be cancelled.

  • by Andrew Brown
Mould in Melissa's home was so bad she slept in her car

Mould in Melissa's home was so bad she slept in her car

Health experts said those affected by severe mould-related illnesses can suffer from symptoms ranging from chronic fatigue, joint pain, bleeding and cramping.

  • by Andrew Brown
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Ainslie family targeted in alleged home invasion

Ainslie family targeted in alleged home invasion

A great-grandfather required multiple stitches to the head after being struck with a gas bottle during the alleged incident.

  • by Andrew Brown
Fewer than one in 10 Canberra children meet water safety benchmarks

Fewer than one in 10 Canberra children meet water safety benchmarks

Just 7 per cent of Canberra primary school children reached the national standard, new figures reveal.

  • by Andrew Brown & Blake Foden
Canberrans are some of the happiest Aussies - and the data proves it

Canberrans are some of the happiest Aussies - and the data proves it

The ACT has almost come out on top of new national data ranking quality of life in local areas around the country.

  • by Andrew Brown
Toby's three years ahead of his peers, but he says he's being held back

Toby's three years ahead of his peers, but he says he's being held back

Toby Carlton should be in year 7 with students his own age, yet he's been accelerated three years ahead and doing entirely year 10 subjects.

  • by Andrew Brown
'Nice to give them a home': ACT Rescue and Foster rehomes 3000th dog

'Nice to give them a home': ACT Rescue and Foster rehomes 3000th dog

Nala the kelpie and Jake the German shepherd cross labrador shared the honour of the important milestone.

  • by Andrew Brown