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Memoir of bygone jobs takes top writing prize
Feb 10, 2020 - Phillip Island writer and historian Christine Grayden has won first prize in the inaugural Bass Coast Prize for Non-Fiction with Jobs that no longer exist.
Jobs that no longer exist
Feb 10, 2020 - Chicory drying, kelp harvesting and cuttlefish collecting … Christine Grayden’s prize-winning memoir is a fascinating insight into a world of work that once existed on Phillip Island.
‘Blue poles’ director hailed from Wonthaggi
NGA director James Mollison’s death revives memories of his purchase of Blue Poles, dismissed by one newspaper as ‘$1.3m for dribs and drabs’.
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A force of nature
Feb 10, 2020 - Eulalie Brewster’s inquiring mind and vast knowledge make her a much loved companion and an invaluable resource, well into her 90s, writes Terri Allen
Feb 10, 2020 - As she celebrates her 20th anniversary, Miriam Strickland reflects on what makes a relationship endure.
A cook’s journal
Feb 10, 2020 - If you’re struggling to keep on top of the zucchini crop, try a pie, writes Jan Cheshire.
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