Monthly Archives: September 2011

Many bases to cover when reputations are on the line

As with Rome, reputations aren’t built in a day. But also as with Rome, they can quickly be destroyed when the embers of inappropriate behaviour, misconduct or even just rumour give oxygen to the flames. In the past the fire … Continue reading

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All Australians can find a story in their heritage

Border Mail Column Wednesday September 14 2011 ‘We are all boat people,’ Arnold Zable said at the Write around the Murray festival in Albury at the weekend. On a panel with authors, Anita Heiss and John Charalambous he was discussing … Continue reading

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Review and Launch of John Charalambous ‘Two Greeks’.

Publisher: University of Queensland Press RRP: $24-95 Family stories sometimes stay untold until one of the members dies and then those who remain sit together in the hours after the death or the funeral and recount them  or recreate them … Continue reading

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