Norman Haire, celebrity sexologist

by Susan Murray - Published on: 12 February 2013
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Published on: 12 February 2013

Diana Wyndham is keeping Norman Haire in the news, with an interview on Late Night Live with Phillip Adams, and a talk at Stanton Library in North Sydney. You can listen to the podcast of the LNL talk, or attend the free talk on Tuesday 26 February.

Norman Haire and the study of sex was also reviewed in the February edition of the Australian Book Review.

Diana Wyndham on Late Night Live with Phillip Adams

Talk at Stanton Library, Tuesday 26 February 2013, 1pm

Legacy of May Gibbs, Mother of the Gumnuts

by Gaith Bader - Published on: 17 January 2009
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Published on: 17 January 2009

Book cover: May Gibbs: Mother of the Gumnuts May Gibbs, one of Australia’s most treasured children’s authors, continues to captivate the hearts and imaginations of generations of Australians. Her delightful stories of the Australian bush are populated by gumnut and wildflower babies, koalas, possums, bull ants and beetles, kind old lizards, evil snakes and the wicked and cruel Banksia Men. (more…)

Lucy Osburn, still inspiring readers

by Gaith Bader - Published on: 2 April 2008
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Published on: 2 April 2008

Book cover: Lucy Osburn, a lady displaced: Florence Nightingale's envoy to Australia The National Biography Awards short list was announced today, featuring six titles on diverse subjects – from Napoleon to a little-known convict. Lucy Osburn, a lady displaced: Florence Nightingale’s envoy to Australia made the list, highlighting its valuable exploration of women’s work and standards of patient care in colonial NSW. The winner will be announced on Thursday 10th April.

 

 

 

 

Beaches of the Western Australian Coast

by Susan Murray - Published on: 15 November 2005
Published on: 15 November 2005

Dr Andrew Short is speaking at this week’s WA Coastal Conference coinciding with the release of Beaches of Western Australia: from Eucla to Roebuck Bay

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