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Doug Dingwall is a reporter for The Canberra Times covering the public service and politics.

Calvary Hospital told to reform staff protections against bullying

Calvary Hospital told to reform staff protections against bullying

The work safety watchdog probed safeguards for staff over several months.

  • by Doug Dingwall

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Permanent jobs bonanza looms as ACT vows probe into casual work

Permanent jobs bonanza looms as ACT vows probe into casual work

A taskforce will investigate how many contractors and casuals the territory's public service should employ permanently.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Police investigate reports of a child approach at Belconnen school

Police investigate reports of a child approach at Belconnen school

A man approached two primary students near the school boundary fence, police were told.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Canberra Now: Anger at euthanasia bill's defeat; and plans for the CSIRO site

Canberra Now: Anger at euthanasia bill's defeat; and plans for the CSIRO site

Plus, Nikki Ayers found rowing after 16 operations.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Pilots taken to hospital after emergency landing at Canberra Airport
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Pilots taken to hospital after emergency landing at Canberra Airport

A pilot and co-pilot have been taken to hospital for monitoring after landing a cargo plane safely at Canberra Airport.

  • by Blake Foden & Doug Dingwall
Canberra Now: Assisted suicide bill defeated; and Medicare fees hit

Canberra Now: Assisted suicide bill defeated; and Medicare fees hit

Plus ACT Labor factions face off; and the ACT Greens admit to errors in handling a sexual assault complaint.

  • by Doug Dingwall
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Airservices Australia faces threat of industrial action as talks stall

Airservices Australia faces threat of industrial action as talks stall

A union wants cuts to conditions off the table as negotiations drag beyond a year.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Controversial US doctor headlines Old Parliament House event

Controversial US doctor headlines Old Parliament House event

Dr Quentin Van Meter, who heads an organisation labelled a hate speech group in the US, spoke despite community opposition.

  • by Blake Foden & Doug Dingwall
Canberra Now: Smith's tilt at Bean; and Leigh moves to overturn vote ban

Canberra Now: Smith's tilt at Bean; and Leigh moves to overturn vote ban

Plus the new chief CSIRO scientist's push for women; and cat containment curiosity.

  • by Doug Dingwall
'Get the culture right, and women will join': Cathy Foley to lead CSIRO scientists

'Get the culture right, and women will join': Cathy Foley to lead CSIRO scientists

The world-renowned physicist and science leader wants Australia to compete globally, and collaborate locally.

  • by Doug Dingwall
ABC staffer wins bullying case in six-year compensation battle

ABC staffer wins bullying case in six-year compensation battle

The South Australia-based producer said she had tried to escape her boss, who had acted aggressively towards her.

  • by Doug Dingwall