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Irregular Writings: The Pop Group

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Irregular Writings: The Pop Group

The Pop Group are a band from Bristol who formed as teenagers during the great punk insurrection of 1977. They fought on the British front lines.

Greenspace: Crepe, Murder and Neglect

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Greenspace: Crepe, Murder and Neglect

Spring flowers are almost forgotten by February and March. The audacity of frangipani, hibiscus, bougainvillea and crepe myrtle to delight in our relentless summers seems impossible during a heat wave.

Irregular Writings: I’m just not cricket

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Irregular Writings: I’m just not cricket

Summer is here and so the default ambience of Anglo Australia wafts through all the rooms of the continent.

Irregular Writings: Max Harris - A Window at Night

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Irregular Writings: Max Harris - A Window at Night

In Richard Flanagan’s magnificent Man Booker Prize busting epic The Narrow Road to the Deep North, two young lovers meet in Adelaide in the early days of WW2 at a…

Greenspace: Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh

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Greenspace: Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh

Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh - the Botany of Christmas

Irregular Writings: Australian Love Stories

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Irregular Writings: Australian Love Stories

Dave Graney on Inkerman & Blunt's Australian Love Stories.

Greenspace: The fifth element - seeing the trees for themselves

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Greenspace: The fifth element - seeing the trees for themselves

English writer Roger Deakin introduces Wildwood by observing, “I am a woodlander. I have sap in my veins.”

For the love of a grandfather

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For the love of a grandfather

My grandfather died on the racetrack. He was 24.

The risks of falling house prices

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The risks of falling house prices

House prices in Australia are high. Having risen by around 9.5 percent over the past year, the Reserve Bank of Australia is giving consideration to implementing radical policies that would…

A new era for Aboriginal health research in SA

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A new era for Aboriginal health research in SA

In the SAHMRI building on North Terrace, on Kaurna land, on September 2, three senior university representatives and the Chairman of SAHMRI signed up to a commitment to do Aboriginal…

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