This much loved and very popular book will now be available again, in an attractive paperback edition. A diverse collection of private and public dwellings from 100 years of Canberra, revealing social history, and the innovation and foresight of owners and designers.
Dinosaurs couldn’t adapt fast enough to changes in atmosphere and climate. This illustrated book looks at the speed of climate change, asking if Homo sapiens have time to cope better.
Hugh Watson draws on experience of Federal politics to weave a gripping political thriller, against the backdrop of rural NSW. The residents of Gwydir and an intuitive detective, Susan Swift, must deal with a troubling series of murders. Barry Kingscliff, a power broker from the city, appears to be at the centre of it all.
A lushly illustrated collection of Kerry Leishmans artwork as it appeared throughout newspaper publications such as the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age over several decades. Includes comments from famous and infamous columnists, as well as select quotes from the articles themselves. Gives a snapshot of the issues at large at the time.