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Clare Sibthorpe

Clare Sibthorpe is a reporter for The Canberra Times

The best Canberra bands and artists and their top songs

The best Canberra bands and artists and their top songs

We've compiled a list of some memorable Canberra-born bands and artists that prove we can deliver on the music scene.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe

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Cars towed from ACT to Sydney as insurers drive small smash repairers bankrupt: Motor trades body

Cars towed from ACT to Sydney as insurers drive small smash repairers bankrupt: Motor trades body

Insurers are driving small crash repairers out of business with unfair policies, the ACT's peak motor trade body claims.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe
Data reveals the Canberra suburb local shops that have been neglected

Data reveals the Canberra suburb local shops that have been neglected

We know the unique landscape of Canberra's suburban shops is under threat from planning, societal and corporate pressure.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe
High-range speeding caught by police on the decline in the ACT

High-range speeding caught by police on the decline in the ACT

The number of high-range speeders caught by Canberra cops has dropped significantly in the past eight years, police data shows.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe
AFP employee humiliated over squashed steroid investigation, second fired for illicit use

AFP employee humiliated over squashed steroid investigation, second fired for illicit use

An Australian Federal Police employee endured an "embarrassing" investigation into the use of a prescribed steroid, internal documents reveal.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe
ACT budget 2017: Not so family-friendly as living costs hike

ACT budget 2017: Not so family-friendly as living costs hike

Canberra families will face a hit to their wallets as the ACT government targets living costs in its latest budget.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe
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Concern over CareFlight misleading Canberra residents about where their money goes

Concern over CareFlight misleading Canberra residents about where their money goes

Charity implies its fundraising benefits the ACT, but Canberra has its own government-funded service.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe
What to expect from Canberra petrol prices this long weekend

What to expect from Canberra petrol prices this long weekend

NRMA urgers Canberra road-trippers to shop around before filling up.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe
What is the future of the uniquely Canberran local shopping landscape?

What is the future of the uniquely Canberran local shopping landscape?

Businesswoman Marie-Anne Read might be the only Canberra grocer owner with a social media manager.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe and Emma Kelly
Fridge stolen in one of two vandalism sprees at Canberra railway station

Fridge stolen in one of two vandalism sprees at Canberra railway station

Cars have been found vandalised at the Canberra Railway Station carpark in Kingston twice in one week.

  • by Finbar O'Mallon and Clare Sibthorpe
Few Canberrans caught texting, using social media while driving, despite new law

Few Canberrans caught texting, using social media while driving, despite new law

ACT government's efforts to crack down on texting while driving appears to have been less than effective.

  • by Clare Sibthorpe