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Steven Trask is a reporter for The Canberra Times

Canberra Now: Inside the Canberra school with too many students

Canberra Now: Inside the Canberra school with too many students

Plus Chau Chak Wing's links to the War Memorial and academics alarmed at new course slated for the Australian National University.

  • by Steven Trask

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'Appalling': Alan Joyce likens Canberra Airport to Somali pirates

'Appalling': Alan Joyce likens Canberra Airport to Somali pirates

The extraordinary stoush between Qantas and Canberra Airport flared-up again at an airline industry event held at Parliament House on Thursday.

  • by Steven Trask
Canberra Now: Meet Senator Smith and are we 'better than the brand'

Canberra Now: Meet Senator Smith and are we 'better than the brand'

Plus why Canberra mothers are leaving hospital so quickly.

  • by Steven Trask
Canberra Now: Canberra looks to the skies and NDIS under scrutiny

Canberra Now: Canberra looks to the skies and NDIS under scrutiny

Plus an allegation about public service commissioner John Lloyd comes to light, and waste is piling-up in Hume.

  • by Steven Trask
Eleven Housing ACT properties investigated for fire safety compliance

Eleven Housing ACT properties investigated for fire safety compliance

One of the properties inspected by independent engineers was Havelock House on Northbourne Avenue.

  • by Steven Trask
Uncertainty after ACT child protection agency stripped of NSW funds

Uncertainty after ACT child protection agency stripped of NSW funds

Premier Youthworks, which runs 15 residential care homes for troubled ACT children, was recently stripped of a major government contract in NSW. 

  • by Steven Trask
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Public spat sours hopes of luring Jetstar to Canberra Airport

Public spat sours hopes of luring Jetstar to Canberra Airport

The airport has been trying for years to get Jetstar to Canberra, but the low cost operator now says there's now a new hurdle to it coming.

  • by Steven Trask
Northbourne Flats eviction leaves traffic at a standstill

Northbourne Flats eviction leaves traffic at a standstill

Judith Kelly, 58, was one of the last people living inside the dilapidated Northbourne Flats, which will soon be demolished to make way for a new development.

  • by Steven Trask
Scene of fatal Bonner fire to be demolished as police seek new leads

Scene of fatal Bonner fire to be demolished as police seek new leads

It has been more than two months since a mother and her two young children died inside the house in a suspicious blaze.

  • by Steven Trask
Esque developer may have breached Corporations Act: administrator

Esque developer may have breached Corporations Act: administrator

A damning report by Deloitte found the businessman behind the defect-plagued building may have breached the Corporations Act.

  • by Steven Trask
Renewable power plan for Ginninderry comes with air pollution concerns

Renewable power plan for Ginninderry comes with air pollution concerns

The Environment Protection Authority warns that plans to only use electrical power at Ginninderry could create more air pollution.

  • by Steven Trask