NON-FICTION: They said it couldn't be done. Port Adelaide's rivals called it a 'sideshow'. Yet within five years, Port Adelaide had attracted major sponsors from China, played three in-season AFL matches in Shanghai, and featured in a series of significant moments in the Australia-China relationship. This is the inside story.
We caught up with the extraordinary Pamela Watson, an ex-pat who embodies courage, joie de vivre, and the willingness to say 'yes' to any opportunity that life offers her.
An analysis of the relationship between black and white Australia and why whites can’t solve black problems.
Follow one sassy woman’s journey through insecurity, cosmetic surgery, relationships, and motherhood.
Women's voices are being heard like never before and the women in comedy are claiming their space, finding their voices and telling their stories...
Are the youth out of control, are immigrants destroying our culture, or are these just perennial prejudices inflamed by the media?
A comprehensive and direct examination of becoming a man, being a man, and learning to be a better man.
This book unlocks the secrets to keeping yourself motivated and energised and explains how you can achieve your productive best.
The work of seven amateur photographers who documented the land and the people of early Central Australia.
Examining the unsolved crime of who set fire to the Los Angeles Public Library in 1986, ultimately destroying more than 400,000 books.
The ambitions of Matthew Flinders and George Bass, shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards.
A fascinating cartographic insight into the worlds most deadly diseases and epidemics.
A bumper final edition of the most surprising, amazing, and hilarious facts on the planet from the clever-clogs at QI.
The habits that should define you if you want to achieve success in health, wealth and happiness.
This picture book for ages 4 or 5 upwards, explores the many kinds of boats created from the very earliest days of human existence.
A potted history of The Guardian alongside Rusbridger’s own journalistic career, primarily looking at the massive disruption of traditional journalism by the digital revolution, particularly when he was editor there from 1995 to 2015.
A fascinating look at the vital inter-dependencies between we humans and all aspects of the natural world.
The fascinating story of steam transportation over ten vital decades of transformation in Australia's history, featuring over 300 exciting images from the superb National Library John Buckland collection of photography, many never seen before.
A well-researched history of the downfall and persecution of the mysterious Knights Templar from 1305 to the burning at the stake of its leaders in 1314.
The autobiography of Roger Daltry, the lead singer of one of the most legendary bands of the last 50-plus years, The Who.