‘Consider, too, the world’s fisheries.’ This line more or less sums up the tone of Destroying the Joint: Why Women…
Tales from the Political TrenchesBy Maxine McKew Random House, $29.99, pp 256 ISBN 9780522862218 The spectre of disgruntled ex-colleagues dropping…
The ABC’s Kitchen Cabinet has shown us something press conferences can’t – and discovered a star in Amanda Vanstone’s dog
Is the aftermath of the office Christmas party really worth a skinful of free booze?
My grandmother gave me a copy of Ita Buttrose’s 1985 A Guide to Modern Etiquette for Christmas many years ago, in what may have been a not-particularly-subtle hint.
The Way They Were: The View From The Hill Of The 25 Years That Remade Australia is Alan Ramsey’s latest compilation of columns, following 2009’s A Matter of Opinion.
The timing was obviously important: there’s a guaranteed post-election market for books about the campaign, usually made up of people who followed the real thing slightly too closely.
Hawke: the Prime Minister by Blanche d’Alpuget
Melbourne University Press, $54.99
pp. 416, ISBN 9780522856705