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Sherryn Groch is a reporter for The Canberra Times, with a special interest in education and social affairs

ACT government to back down on school bus cuts
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ACT government to back down on school bus cuts

The government was flooded with more than 13,000 responses to its proposed new bus network.

  • by Sherryn Groch

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Why are there peacocks roaming the streets of Canberra?

Why are there peacocks roaming the streets of Canberra?

It's the mystery that's long prowled the streets of Canberra's south - just where did the rogue peacock pride of Red Hill and Narrabundah come from?

  • by Sherryn Groch
Twitter bots more influential than people in US election: research

Twitter bots more influential than people in US election: research

Did social media win Donald Trump the election? A new algorithm developed by Australian scientists has revealed some surprising results.

  • by Sherryn Groch
'Broke my heart': Canberra principals join calls to replace NAPLAN

'Broke my heart': Canberra principals join calls to replace NAPLAN

Canberra principals say NAPLAN data is too slow to help in classrooms but testing causes significant disruption and anxiety.

  • by Sherryn Groch
You've been using sunscreen wrong, new research finds
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You've been using sunscreen wrong, new research finds

Turns out it's never optional, even in the depths of winter. Here's why.

  • by Sherryn Groch
Police launch taskforce after children stalked, grabbed in Canberra

Police launch taskforce after children stalked, grabbed in Canberra

Detective Superintendant Scott Moller revealed there had been fourteen such incidents reported since February.

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Canberra Now: Health inquiry pressure, and gold medalist opens up

Canberra Now: Health inquiry pressure, and gold medalist opens up

Plus, could the region's dry conditions spell trouble for Floriade?

  • by Sherryn Groch
Darkle the bear, Canberra zoo's last original animal, has died

Darkle the bear, Canberra zoo's last original animal, has died

Canberra's zoo is mourning the loss of one of its oldest residents, Darkle the brown bear, and the last of its original animals.

  • by Sherryn Groch
'Not Mr Fluffy': Investigators race to find source of school asbestos

'Not Mr Fluffy': Investigators race to find source of school asbestos

The material came from a recycling plant, and investigators are now wading through 10 years worth of records to find out how it ended up at two ACT schools.

  • by Sherryn Groch
Canberra Now: Health inquiry slammed & dig threatens power pole

Canberra Now: Health inquiry slammed & dig threatens power pole

Plus your daily David Pope cartoon (this one's a scream).

  • by Sherryn Groch
Canberra Now: Inquiry launched at ACT Health and Qbn cop shortage

Canberra Now: Inquiry launched at ACT Health and Qbn cop shortage

Plus pictures of Canberra's favourite cheetah cub!

  • by Sherryn Groch