On the shelf this week: The Outcasts, Aung San Suu Kyi and Game of Knowns.
'Ethics? As far as I'm concerned, that's a place to the east of London where people wear white socks.'' That's Kelvin MacKenzie, the legendary editor of Rupert Murdoch's flagship paper The Sun.
Swedish author Mari Jungstedt and Norway's Gunnar Staalesen are two of the ''slow burners'' of Nordic noir.
'We go out and destroy other people's lives,' one of Murdoch's journalists once explained.
Commitment and generosity are key to the life and work of Nashville writer and bookseller Ann Patchett.
When Australia's great pioneering studio potter Merric Boyd died in 1959, Stephen Bowers was seven years old.
A Spy in the Archives is the second volume of memoirs by Melbourne-born historian Sheila Fitzpatrick.
With her mother gravely ill, Gabrielle Carey begins a personal journey, interwoven with memories of an expatriate writer.
It is unlikely many Australians care deeply about Labor's interminable identity crisis.
The Orange Prize winner has few secrets left.
A man, 50, is expected to appear in court on today in relation to 18 charges of the ...
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a three-vehicle collision on Pennant Hills Rad, West Pennant Hills, this morning.