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Jasper is a reporter for The Canberra Times.

'Heartbroken': Family's two restaurants in Mawson and Hawker burnt

'Heartbroken': Family's two restaurants in Mawson and Hawker burnt

Two restaurants owned by the Yianoulakis family in Mawson and Hawker were burnt in separate fires on Tuesday night.

  • by Jasper Lindell

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Supervised work giving detainees skills and confidence out of prison

Supervised work giving detainees skills and confidence out of prison

Detainee Eddie Aldridge says he feels good when helping others as part of a program that sees low-security detainees complete supervised work in the community.

  • by Jasper Lindell
Retired Canberra man left sleepless after $1 million lotto win

Retired Canberra man left sleepless after $1 million lotto win

A retired Canberra man had a sleepless Monday night after he checked his lotto numbers and discovered he held a $1 million winning ticket.

  • by Jasper Lindell
Priority for trams will likely make crossing Northbourne even worse

Priority for trams will likely make crossing Northbourne even worse

Transport Canberra has revealed exactly how light rail vehicles will be given priority between Gungahlin and the city.

  • by Jasper Lindell and Steve Evans
More than 1100 people call on government to keep university bus route

More than 1100 people call on government to keep university bus route

More than 1100 people have signed a petition calling on the ACT government to keep a bus that services the ANU, Bruce CIT and Calvary hospital amid access fears

  • by Jasper Lindell
Family escapes early-morning house fire in Page

Family escapes early-morning house fire in Page

A man has told of escaping a house fire with his wife and two young daughters. The property was significantly damaged in the blaze.

  • by Jasper Lindell
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Gift baby alpaca for the man who lost therapy animal to dog attack

Gift baby alpaca for the man who lost therapy animal to dog attack

Nils Lantzke was overwhelmed by support after a dog attacked his therapy alpacas – and was surprised on Saturday by a gift of three-month-old Paprika.

  • by Jasper Lindell
Minister won't hear from people affected by school violence in review
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Minister won't hear from people affected by school violence in review

ACT Education Minister Yvette Berry won't hear from students, teachers and parents affected by school violence and nor will an independent advisory group.

  • by Sherryn Groch and Jasper Lindell
School bus changes to see students cross busy roundabout in peak hour

School bus changes to see students cross busy roundabout in peak hour

Parents are concerned for the safety of their children after changes to the school bus network will force them to walk further and change buses more often.

  • by Jasper Lindell and Katie Burgess
Firework operator to investigate Skyfire malfunction

Firework operator to investigate Skyfire malfunction

Foti International Fireworks will conduct an internal investigation after the incident, but correct safety procedures were followed and no one was injured.

  • by Jasper Lindell
NZ High Commissioner condemns Anning, says countries' bond is strong

NZ High Commissioner condemns Anning, says countries' bond is strong

Dame Annette King thanked Australians for their support and condemned comments made by Queensland senator Fraser Anning.

  • by Jasper Lindell