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John Thistleton is a reporter for The Canberra Times.

Charles Sturt University ecologists back aerial culling of alpine brumbies

Charles Sturt University ecologists back aerial culling of alpine brumbies

Scientists say aerial shooting best way of culling brumbies.

  • by John Thistleton

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 $1 million NSW grant boosts Access Recycling new freight depot at Fyshwick

$1 million NSW grant boosts Access Recycling new freight depot at Fyshwick

"We want to make Canberra a rail freight hub."

  • by John Thistleton
Monaro Highway littered with more dead kangaroos

Monaro Highway littered with more dead kangaroos

Since July, 78 dead kangaroos have been removed from the Monaro Highway

  • by John Thistleton
Onyong the warrior led Garrett Cotter into Canberra's water catchment

Onyong the warrior led Garrett Cotter into Canberra's water catchment

"His stance was easy, still as a tree. His right hand was closed around a spear, its cruel barbed end pointing to the heavens."

  • by John Thistleton
Raiders, Hockey ACT prominent sponsor TTM Security in liquidation

Raiders, Hockey ACT prominent sponsor TTM Security in liquidation

Australian Taxation Office says it is owned $ $630,000 by TTM Corporation Group Pty Ltd.

  • by John Thistleton
Philip Spradbery, Michael Turner, Ajay Limaye combine on European wasp imagery

Philip Spradbery, Michael Turner, Ajay Limaye combine on European wasp imagery

Seeing through a killer wasp's nest.

  • by John Thistleton
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Australian National Insect Collection reveals world's sexiest fly and fan base

Australian National Insect Collection reveals world's sexiest fly and fan base

"If there were no flies, you would be tripping over all sorts of road kill.''

  • by John Thistleton
Ecologist Jerry Olsen warns little eagle on the brink on Canberra's north

Ecologist Jerry Olsen warns little eagle on the brink on Canberra's north

Fledgling little eagle's flight convinces ecologist Jerry Olsen the ACT is losing a vulnerable species.

  • by John Thistleton
Pialligo smokehouse moves to Fairbairn temporarily after fire destroys Hume

Pialligo smokehouse moves to Fairbairn temporarily after fire destroys Hume

Canberra Airport lends Pialligo Estate kitchen to resume smokehouse processing.

  • by John Thistleton
Bee-keepers want better access to native forest to meet almond pollination demand

Bee-keepers want better access to native forest to meet almond pollination demand

National and multi-national agribusinesses are planting more almond trees and raising demand for bees to pollinate their commercial orchards.

  • by John Thistleton
Ranger Darren Roso reveals more colour, variety for Cotter Avenue exotic trees

Ranger Darren Roso reveals more colour, variety for Cotter Avenue exotic trees

Colourful exotic trees are replacing 80-year-old ailing poplars in Cotter Avenue.

  • by John Thistleton