The state’s most renowned author Richard Flanagan, along with a host of scientists and environmentalists, are pitted against an industry and government they say are risking the very core of Brand Tassie: its pristine natural environment.
- by Gabriella Coslovich
In this episode, acclaimed author Richard Flanagan discusses the Tasmanian salmon industry with journalist Gabriella Coslovich.
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After eight years in New York, it was time to resettle our family in Australia. Why? Let me count the reasons.
- by Nick Bryant
Writers Meg Mason and Kate Gibbs first spied each other at a university tutorial and knew they would become close. Becoming mothers at different times tested their connection – but not for long.
- by Nicole Abadee
The author, athlete and engineer discusses what makes her feel attractive, her near-death experience and why she feels lucky.
- by Benjamin Law
This is just another idea foisted on us by a very rich man that makes about as much sense as sending a submarine into a labyrinthine Thai cave system to locate lost schoolchildren.
- by Amelia Lester
There are Touchy Muchy people and Touchy Lechy people – and sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference. They both invade your space, can be very annoying and make you wish pepper spray was legal.
- by Danny Katz
Using a Chinese-style chicken stock method yields a much more intense flavour than Western stocks. The custard, meanwhile, is delicate and delicious: top with any stir-fry you fancy.
- by Neil Perry
Be suspicious of books, or people, who preach rigid rules, says Huon Hooke.
- by Huon Hooke