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2014/12/18 05:14
2014/12/18 05:14
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BALLARAT police are urging workers to behave on Friday night and party safely. Police are warning people to be on their best behaviour this Friday night. PICTURE: FILE IMAGE Whatever you call it,...
2014/12/18 05:14
2014/12/18 05:14
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2014/12/15 13:42
2014/12/15 13:42
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Martin Amis’s love story set in a concentration camp, The Zone of Interest, David Mitchell’s fantastical The Bone Clocks, and Ali Smith’s mould-breaking How to be Both are just three of the books on...
2014/12/13 19:12
2014/12/13 19:12
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HISTORIC Lal Lal Estate is in the process of being sold to a Chinese buyer. HISTORIC Lal Lal Estate is in the process of being sold to a Chinese buyer. The 2000-hectare fine wool merino property,...
2014/12/13 00:46
2014/12/13 00:46
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Joint fiction award winners, Steven Carroll (left) and Richard Flanagan, with the Prime Minister Tony Abbott and awards host Ray Martin. Photo: John Robenstone A WIN-WIN SITUATION You would assume...
2014/12/06 14:24
2014/12/06 14:24
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This year's reading has been exactly as I would wish: treasures from some favourite authors, the discovery of young talent, and the reappearance of writers who had vanished and returned with fresh...
2014/12/04 11:24
2014/12/04 11:24
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... seemed to be a condition of patriotism,” wrote the Australian-born, New York-dwelling Robert Hughes in the opening pages of The Fatal Shore. He was referring to modern Australia’s denial of...
2014/12/02 03:12
2014/12/02 03:12
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Ballarat is an historic gold mining city of great elegance and charm. The blue-and-white Southern Cross flags which flutter throughout Ballarat symbolise the strong association of the city with the...
2014/12/01 05:12
2014/12/01 05:12
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Delayed quarterly crime statistics have revealed a slight increase in offences for Ballarat. Ballarat Police Senior Sergeant Pete Carey Delayed quarterly crime statistics have revealed a slight...
2014/11/29 17:09
2014/11/29 17:09
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Shore gets his own wonderful treatment in Uncommon Places (Thames & Hudson, £39.95), which republishes his 1982 series of the same name in its entirety. These quiet images of a vernacular American...
2014/11/29 13:42
2014/11/29 13:42
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Margaret Atwood | This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein (Allen Lane): whatever you may think of her solutions, the problems – climate change, plus everything...
2014/11/23 17:05
2014/11/23 17:05
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Imbalance: Camilla Nelson, of the University of Notre Dame, questions why most texts authorised for study in years 11 and 12 were written by men. Photo: Edwina Pickles Anna Funder's Stasiland made it...
2014/11/19 04:46
2014/11/19 04:46
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Author Lucy Neave has just release a new novel, Who We Were. Photo: Jay Cronan A sense of place is a powerful thing when you're a writer. It's powerful for a reader, too, especially when you're...
2014/11/17 19:15
2014/11/17 19:15
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For their November book, “Just the Facts,” the nonfiction book discussion group, will be reading The Hare with Amber Eyes: A Family’s Century of Art and Loss by Edmund de Waal. The Ephrussis were a...
2014/11/16 21:48
2014/11/16 21:48
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Turn for the better: Jane Rawson, the author of Wrong Turn at the Office of Unmade Lists, has won Small Press Network’s Most Underrated Book Award. Photo: Penny Stephens It took Jane Rawson, a former...
2014/11/16 08:48
2014/11/16 08:48
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Page File Never has the long shadow of America across the world been so ominous and so ephemeral as it is in the wake of Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations and Wikileaks. Data surveillance and the huge...
2014/12/18 05:14
2014/12/18 05:14
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