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The Productivity Commission's recommendations to destroy territorial copyright risks the future of Australian books.
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12-year-old Melbourne boy James Baras-Miller borrowed his dad’s iPhone to shoot the acclaimed series
Sydney snares famed #WhatLiftsYou social-street artist for wild new murals in Bondi, 4-day colouring extravaganza at Sydney Writers' Festival: 18 MAY LAUNCH
announced by Kelsey Montague #WhatLiftsYou | Australian Tour May 2016 5 months , category: Art, Arts & Culture, Books & Literature, Celebrity and Entertainment News, Design, Inflight Magazines, Pop Culture, Social Media, Upcoming events, Urban Design, Women's Interest
The people are invited to become living pieces of art with Kelsey Montague in Sydney and Melbourne
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Excitement for the Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIAs) builds today with the release of the ABIA 2016 Book Awards shortlist and international guest presenter line-up. A diverse national judging...
The World of Women’s Cinema (WOW) Film Festival has announced that its 21st festival will take place in Sydney this year, and tickets are now on sale.