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Florida Event Spotlights Signs of Foreign Support of 9/11 Hijackers

Last month, 9/11 parents Loreen and Matt Sellitto hosted an informative event focused on one of the most important yet least-understood aspects of September 11: the extent to which the terrorists received support from foreign governments—and the extent of the government’s knowledge of that support, both before and after the attacks. 1,251 more words

Fell running is an increasingly popular sport, but have you ever wondered how it all began?

It is a while since any reviews of ‘It’s a hill, get over it’ have appeared, but notice of one arrived in my inbox last week, under the title… 168 more words

News

Festive Countdown: Week 2!

Baffling but true fact of the day: there are only 13 days until Christmas..! As we creep ever closer to the end of term, we’re up to our eyes in project box assembling but that doesn’t mean we don’t have time for other frivolities- below you can see the second week of book selections as we reveal what’s inside our Advent Book Doors… 288 more words

Friday Reads

Aussie Authors rock!

Congratulations and Well Done to both Richard Flanagan and Bob Graham for letting the world know that some Australians have integrity!

#proudtobeaussie

Literature

2014 Prime Minister's Literary Awards

Last night the 2014 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards were announced in Melbourne and handed out by the Prime Minister and the Minister for the Arts. At the awards Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced the establishment of the Book Council of Australia with the aim to “promote good reading as well as good writing”. 580 more words

Literary Events

Barnaby Book Club Meets Bob Graham!

School bags, kids, excitement, bustle, cross the road, wait for tram, karate fight, stop, jumping, wrestling, stop it, on the tram, giggle, popcorn, paper scissors rock, tricks, talk, … 53 more words

Barnaby Book Club Begins with 'A Bus Called Heaven' by Bob Graham

We met after school at the North Fitzroy library, cheeks glowing red from the freezing sub-artic temperature. Hail threatening, about to teem. The transition to the heated warm shelter was welcome but made small fingers burn. 210 more words