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Elliot Williams is a reporter for The Canberra Times

Remand delays at Bimberi leaving young people 'in limbo'

Remand delays at Bimberi leaving young people 'in limbo'

Official Visitors at Bimberi Youth Justice Centre say some young people can spend months on remand.

  • by Elliot Williams

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Fiji to receive health boost thanks to Canberra company

Fiji to receive health boost thanks to Canberra company

"It's a great example of Australian companies taking what we do well and delivering it around the world."

  • by Elliot Williams
Canberrans head back outdoors after slight reprieve from 40 degree heat

Canberrans head back outdoors after slight reprieve from 40 degree heat

Temperatures are expected to remain above the 30 degree January average for Canberra until at least Thursday.

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Homeless man faces court for allegedly having sex in Civic skate park

Homeless man faces court for allegedly having sex in Civic skate park

A woman passing by called police after she believed she had witnessed a man and woman having sex in the skate park during peak hour.

  • by Elliot Williams
National Zoo and Aquarium's last remaining snow leopard Sheva has died

National Zoo and Aquarium's last remaining snow leopard Sheva has died

Zoo says goodbye to long time resident and much loved big cat.

  • by Elliot Williams
Mother who kidnapped son gets bail to attend rehab program

Mother who kidnapped son gets bail to attend rehab program

The father of the missing boy told the court he feared he would never see his son again.

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Burning up a sweat in the heat may take its toll

Burning up a sweat in the heat may take its toll

Canberra cyclist Chloe Hosking has raced in 42 degree heat and drank so much water her body threw it up, she recommends avoiding the heat wherever possible.

  • by Elliot Williams
Mandolin mania as virtuoso hits Canberra for week-long festival

Mandolin mania as virtuoso hits Canberra for week-long festival

Italian mandolin maestro Carlo Aonzo was played to sleep by a mandolin as a child, today he is a world renowned musician and in Canberra to share his knowledge.

  • by Elliot Williams
Family fights to overturn heritage council decision on Seidler home

Family fights to overturn heritage council decision on Seidler home

Eighteen years after it was first nominated, the Deakin home has been placed on the heritage register, with all the restrictions that entails.

  • by Elliot Williams
How to survive the dreaded New Years hangover

How to survive the dreaded New Years hangover

Know any sure fire hangover cures? Let us know!

  • by Elliot Williams
Canberran Denise Clarke notches up a record 250 parkruns

Canberran Denise Clarke notches up a record 250 parkruns

You don't call Saturday, Saturday any more. It's parkrun day.

  • by Elliot Williams