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Blake Foden is a reporter at The Canberra Times. He has worked as a journalist in Australia, New Zealand and the UK, and joined the Times in March 2018.

Police launch appeal after brawl between suspected bikies

Police launch appeal after brawl between suspected bikies

Police believe a fight involving six men in Tuggeranong is the result of ongoing tensions between criminal gangs.

  • by Blake Foden

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Canberra Hospital shooting accused denies attempted murder charges
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Canberra Hospital shooting accused denies attempted murder charges

James William Shearer was under police guard when he allegedly stole an officer's gun and fired it inside Canberra Hospital.

  • by Alexandra Back & Blake Foden
Three dead after fiery crash south of Canberra

Three dead after fiery crash south of Canberra

Police say it is "absolutely astounding" a young boy survived a fiery crash south of Canberra that left three people dead.

  • by Rachel Clun & Blake Foden
Man taken to hospital after four-car crash in Fyshwick

Man taken to hospital after four-car crash in Fyshwick

The man, in his 50s, was taken to hospital in a stable condition after a crash that left four cars damaged.

  • by Blake Foden
Police believe they know who is responsible for bikie-linked shootings

Police believe they know who is responsible for bikie-linked shootings

The ACT's chief police officer says investigators are confident they know who's behind shootings in Ngunnawal and Calwell.

  • by Blake Foden
Foreign plants, animals can 'surf' to Antarctica: ANU scientists

Foreign plants, animals can 'surf' to Antarctica: ANU scientists

Canberra scientists have found worrying evidence that Antarctica is not as isolated from the rest of the world as previously believed

  • by Blake Foden
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Socks, social media and a family trade that goes back 10 generations

Socks, social media and a family trade that goes back 10 generations

A Crookwell woman traced her family's sock-making heritage back to as early as 1730.

  • by Blake Foden
Woman dies while skiing at Perisher

Woman dies while skiing at Perisher

Police believe the woman suffered a medical episode while skiing at the ski resort in the Snowy Mountains.

  • by Blake Foden
Ski instructor accused of sexual, physical assaults has case adjourned

Ski instructor accused of sexual, physical assaults has case adjourned

Matthew James Williams, who worked at Perisher, did not apply for bail after being charged over the alleged attack in Jindabyne.

  • by Blake Foden
Coldest morning of 2018 in Canberra so far, more sub-zero days coming

Coldest morning of 2018 in Canberra so far, more sub-zero days coming

Next Tuesday is forecast to be the next time the capital won't see a drop below freezing point.

  • by Blake Foden
British man arrested over alleged assault in Jindabyne

British man arrested over alleged assault in Jindabyne

The 28-year-old was arrested on Tuesday morning, with police also seizing a number of items from a unit in the Snowy Mountains town.

  • by Blake Foden