Critically acclaimed Australian author and journalist Malcolm Knox’s fifteenth book is a tall tale of a serial bigamist. John Wonder has three wives located in different countries and three sets of children all called Adam and Evie. 308 more words
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Pointe-Claire’s aquatic legacy has a new chapter.
The city council and the directors of the recently-incorporated Pointe-Claire Aquatic Club held a ceremony on May 5 to sign a memorandum of understanding between the city and the club. 492 more words
By now most of us have seen the video clip of benighted cricketing superstar Chris Gayle–who happens to be Jamaican–flirting with Aussie journalist Mel McClaughlin as she attempts to interview him during a match down under. 2,364 more words
After many years of pondering, I’ve come to the conclusion that all reading is created equal.
This is not to say that all books are created equal — I’m not saying that there aren’t good or bad books. 691 more words
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“The Coles family had been strict Presbyterians, and even though they had come into possession of liquor licence with the Matthews Thompson purchase (in 1960), they didn’t use them until 1971 when the Coles New World store at Warrnambool, in Victoria, became the first to sell alcohol.”