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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Eureka Street loses two friends

    • Andrew Hamilton
    • 10 April 2008
    1 Comment

    The Australian Catholic Church and public life are the poorer for the passing of John Button and Archbishop Frank Little earlier this week. They both knew much about winning, but more about losing, and treated all they met with great respect.

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    Finding humanity in the book of lies

    • Tim Kroenert
    • 10 April 2008
    3 Comments

    Norma Khouri's fraudulent account of a friend's honour killing became a bestseller before her lie was exposed. Forbidden Lies also considers the way media spin facts into versions of the truth, and how artists use licence to carry their cause.

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    Photographic statements from a Mumbai slum

    • Ian Woolverton
    • 09 April 2008
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    Apnalaya, a Mumbai-based non government organisation that works with slum dwellers, commissioned Melbourne photographer Ian Woolverton to create a photo essay of scenes from Mumbai. Eureka Street presents a selection of images from this powerful essay.

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    Life of the party

    • Les Wicks
    • 08 April 2008
    1 Comment

    My first meeting greeting is almost hummed, vestment of thongs.. rough hands shake across meeting room circles of disposable chairs.. Avocado oils, unleavened bread and cheap coffee

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    Purging Howard's national insecurity

    • Tony Kevin
    • 04 April 2008
    1 Comment

    The most profound shock to Australian foreign policy was not 9/11 but our change of government in 1996. Under Rudd Labor, Australia's international agenda is once again becoming less about national security and more about being a good international citizen.

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    Good grief

    • Tim Kroenert
    • 03 April 2008

    Grief is a raw and complex emotion, and After Him evokes it beautifully. Anyone who has ever lost someone close to them will empathise with Camille as she copes with the death of her teenage son.

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    Transforming victims into victors

    • Michele Gierck
    • 02 April 2008
    3 Comments

    On 28 April 1990, a letter bomb mailed to Michael Lapsley's Harare home destroyed both of his hands and one of his eyes. His life, and 'Healing of Memories' program, proves that it is possible to overcome the trauma of political persecution.

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    Mutual charities between saints and beasts

    • Peter Steele
    • 01 April 2008
    1 Comment

    Did Colman's mouse, nibbling his ear, provoke him.. indeed to worship?

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    An antidote to blokish certainties on religion

    • Andrena Jamieson
    • 28 March 2008
    3 Comments

    Adherents of many religious groups are interviewed about their beliefs, practices, ethical framework and attitude to contemporary Australian society. Their stories often try to make points of contact between religious practice and Western culture.

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    The quirks and cares of Lars' dummy love

    • Tim Kroenert
    • 27 March 2008

    A socially awkward young man orders an artificial girlfriend over the internet. Despite this ostensibly bawdy premise, Lars and the Real Girl looks beyond lowbrow laughs in its focus on the responses of those in Lars' community.

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    The truth behind our heat plague

    • Brian Matthews
    • 26 March 2008
    2 Comments

    Camus' plague was a metaphor for the Second World War German occupation of France. Our plague is no metaphor. It's the truth of the planet's advancing impatience with its reckless colonisers.

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    Revelations of a responsible literary citizen

    • Brian Doyle
    • 26 March 2008

    You find all kinds of books in people's cars — from novels and comics to atlases and bibles. The books people carry reveal something of their life and experiences.

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