Author and pop culture obsessive Alan J Whiticker, comprehensively delves into the history behind a dozen albums that were part of the sound track of his youth.
Fitness expert Mike Matthews provides a practical and motivational self-help book for radical transformation, inside and outside the gym, using personal stories, scientific research, and time-proven tactics.
In More Than Happiness, author Antonia Macaro questions the modern perceptions of Buddhism and Stoicism by analysing the foundations which form the two philosophies.
A well-researched guide to self-improvement through behavioural science and evolutionary psychology instead of mystical belief. There's also a lot of comedy and swearing.
Film historian Noah Isenberg takes a journey into the cinematic masterpiece, Casablanca, from the things it inspired to the screenwriters who shaped it and why it remains an enduring classic.
In WW2, the Australian Army was given full authority to implement a Scorched Earth policy in the event of invasion. This is the record of that policy, uncovered by researcher Sue Rosen.
A biography on the life of Albert Einstein, creating a picture of his obsessive passion for his work alongside the tide of scientific and political history.
Social research looking at today's attitudes and beliefs in Australia, compared to those expressed in the 1964 classic, The Lucky Country, by Donald Horne.
From the man who made the potato chip crisper, comes a fascinating and fun examination of the myriad of things which influence how food and drink taste.
An essay on industrial capitalism arguing for a recognition that, for all the personal benefits it may bring, it does so at the cost that can't be sustained.
One of the most comprehensive and lavish books on the history of motion pictures, from the silent era through to the end of the 1990s.
Give the gift of reading with the annual Reading Hour, an initiative to increase Australia's critically low literacy rates and spend quality time with our kids.
Brain cancer researchers in Newcastle say that a six-figure funding windfall resulting from Paul Harragon’s appearance on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here will unlock new international research pathways and allow a number of pilot studies and clinical trials to proceed.
New hospitality and gastronomy research will be released at a special event to be held at Uni SA
New research is showing how South Australian parents are helping their children get their feet into the property market door
New research has shown that two in three Australians will post an online review after having a positive experience.
Universal Sony Pictures has surveyed Australian women & men about the 50 best ways to impress a perspective partner.
A recently published paper by researchers from the South Australian Museum and University of California demonstrates that Earth’s earliest complex life, previously thought to have become extinct with no descendants, has similarities with creatures living today.
New report shows wood in our living spaces has significant health and wellbeing benefits
• 66% of Australians are planning to renovate • nearly 1 in 3 plan to renovate this year • 2015 budgets are tighter: $14,700 down from $16,130 Australians are rushing to renovate their homes, with two out of three people planning a makeover in the next four years, according to new Galaxy research commissioned by Winning […]