I read some great books over the summer holidays. Here’s a taste.
The story about a family of migrants from Latvia, and how the district of Waterloo not only became their home, but contributed to the quality and flavour of their bread.
It is relevant and essential reading not only for the residents of Waterloo-Redfern, but for all people interested in a just and equitable housing system.
The Swallows, Head & Neck Cancer Support Group
Clive Hamilton is one of Australia’s leading public philosophers and ethicists
At 5pm on February 20, 1862, Willie Lincoln died at just 11 years old.
Louis Nowra’s new book Woolloomooloo: A Biography, explores the history, people and streets of one of Sydney’s most notorious and eclectic suburbs.
“Du Iz Tak?” says one lacewing fly to another as both look at a tiny shoot emerging from the soil. “Ma nazoot,” replies her friend. Other delightfully detailed…
Oscar-award winning actress Cate Blanchett judged the Brotherhood of St Laurence’s first literary award, The Hope Prize along with former Governor General Quentin Bryce and author Kate Grenville….
Four photographers Mal Sutherland, John Pennings, Barrie Sutherlands and Bob Weeks share their images and insights that make for a nostalgic trip down the tubes even if you’re…