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Innovative Adelaide production company explores the temptations of episodes, and takes the audience from giggles to a gut wrenching finale.
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For members of the Murri Book Club, books and reading are linked to the ongoing history of assimilation that, even now, presumes a divide between Indigenous oral story-telling and non-Indigenous literacy.
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From hiring a Chief Happiness Officer to introducing ping pong tables, the pursuit of happiness by employers continues to evolve in the workplace.
Queensland artist Fiona Foley calls into question the ARC funded project Representation, Remembrance and the Memoria, saying that to witness another layer of revisionism in Australia is a shameful step too far.
Recruitment is now underway for the next Australia Council for the Arts CEO. Here are some of the key points applicants should be considering.
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