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Is the President a Russian spy?

Book review It’s 1980, and the Cold War is at its worst. There’s a belief that if the Americans pull out of Europe, Soviet forces will be at the English Channel within weeks. At the heart of the matter, the loyalty of the President of the United States is compromised. This is

Property and legal with Angela Backhouse

What is a Family Provision Claim? by Angela Backhouse Protecting your wealth from legal challenges to your deceased estate is an important consideration when undertaking the estate planning process. In particular, minimising the risk of a challenge by a disgruntled family member under family provision legislation is essential for ensuring your estate

Exquisite Nature : Exquisite Neon

Seedlings by Emilie Patteson Artworks by Emilie Patteson & Harriet Schwarzrock Curated by Aimee Frodsham Thematically neon and nature may seem at odds with each other. Both are exquisite, one for raw earthy connections and one for its vivid, buzzing city feel. Artists Harriet Schwarzrock and Emilie Patteson have been paired to explore

ANU loses much loved cabaret and food venue(s)

Teatro Vivaldi back-story, last shows, see below by John Shortis Teatro Vivaldi on the ANU campus has been a much-loved cabaret venue and restaurant for 14 years. During that time it has hosted significant names like Jon English, Caroline O’Connor, Simon Burke, Rhonda Burchmore, Simon Gallaher, as well as numerous student productions,

Book review: The Bionarrative

The Bionarrative – the story of life and hope for the future by Stephen Boyden ANU Press 162pp   We are in ecological crisis and face collapse of civilisation. This is the grim warning of Stephen Boyden, ANU professor and farmer from just south of QPRC local government area. The warning, however, carries a message

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