Peter Brewer, Canberra Times

Peter Brewer

Canberra Times

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Recent:
  • Canberra Times
Past:
  • The Examiner
  • The Advocate
  • FarmOnline

Recent articles by Peter:

Perisher's Blue Cow mountain lifts will begin spinning on Saturday

Perisher will open its Blue Cow lifts to expand accessible terrain on Saturday after a flood of online... → Read More

ACT Policing concerned by ACT government's drug decriminalisation plans

Cocaine, ice and heroin personal limits proposed under ACT decriminalisation are far too high, say police. → Read More

Thredbo alpine resort has had more than 125cm of snow ahead of its official opening this weekend

NSW ski resorts prepare for a huge start to the 2022 season → Read More

Thredbo alpine resort has had more than 125cm of snow ahead of its official opening this weekend

NSW ski resorts prepare for a huge start to the 2022 season → Read More

Supabarn adopts early wage access tool popular among retail giants overseas

Supabarn boss Theo Koundouris becomes an early adopter for a new wage access program → Read More

Electric cars are in unprecedented demand in Australia, but the car makers can't deliver

Electric car sales boom is crushed by supply problems → Read More

Research hastens to find out more about the impact of long COVID

With so many questions unanswered, millions of dollars are being poured into national long COVID research. → Read More

Jindabyne-based police rescue team rescue two men trapped by icy weather blast near Mt Kosciuszko

Two men were trapped by blizzard conditions near Mt Kosciuszko. → Read More

Hope blooms for a bumper showcase at Tulip Top after years of turning away visitors

Tulip Top prepares for a spring opening after closure during COVID → Read More

Second road death in 24 hours during National Road Safety Week following Kingsford Smith Drive incident

ACT Policing are attending the scene after a road death on Kingsford Smith Drive. → Read More

Police have spent 40,000 hours dealing with anti-vax protesters, as cost to ACT soars

Police costs of managing ACT protests blow out to $3.5 million → Read More

NSW Environment Protection Agency fines Cleanaway $600k for polluting Molonglo River

Cleanaway fined for major pollution incident in Molonglo River → Read More

Dismissal of police officers begins under the AFP's vaccination mandate

Termination orders begin against sworn federal officers refusing to comply with the commissioner's orders. → Read More

Dismissal of police officers begins under the AFP's vaccination mandate

Termination orders begin against sworn federal officers refusing to comply with the commissioner's orders. → Read More

Is petrol price gouging returning in Canberra? ACT motorists paid an average of more than 10 cents a litre more than in Sydney last week

No move on regulated petrol price scrutiny in the ACT → Read More

Inquiry finds making heavy vehicles more affordable would get more old trucks off the road and reduce the road safety risk

Road safety would improve by reducing the number of old trucks → Read More

Inquiry finds making heavy vehicles more affordable would get more old trucks off the road and reduce the road safety risk

Road safety would improve by reducing the number of old trucks → Read More

Summernats founder Chic Henry dies at 75 after battle with cancer

Chic Henry was Canberra's most successful event promoter, with his Summernats car festival becoming the biggest of its... → Read More

With 'low level' speeding commonplace in the ACT, more research is being undertaken to find out why

Driver attitudes toward speeding are being surveyed to assist the development of "potential countermeasures". Picture: Elesa Kurtz Researchers are using social media as the primary platform to find out why Canberra motorists speed, and where, in a new survey funded by the ACT government. Telling the truth and holding agencies accountable must matter to us all. It's also important to tell the… → Read More

Technology detection dogs are the newest capability at the AFP Majura K9 unit

Dogs are even trained to sniff out a certain chemical which coats circuit boards. → Read More