Issue Details: First known date: 1977; Latest issue indexed: 2016 1977
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Notes

  • From July 2-3 1977 - the Saturday edition of The Australian has the title The Weekend Australian.
  • Includes special section 'The Weekend Australian Magazine' (2-3 July 1977- ?1988) and magazine format supplements The Australian Magazine (1988-2001) and The Weekend Australian Magazine (2001- ).
  • From 6-7 April 1985 - 2-3 April 1988 also includes a separately paged quarterly supplement The Australian Literary Magazine (later The Australian Literary Quarterly).

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Works about this Work

Stop the Bat People i "By the time the typo was discovered,", Rachel Briggs , 2016 single work poetry
— Appears in: Writing to the Wire 2016; (p. 178)
A Literary Stoush Robert Darroch , 1995 single work criticism
— Appears in: Rananim : The Journal of the D.H. Lawrence Society of Australia , June vol. 3 no. 2 1995; (p. 16-18)
A Literary Stoush Robert Darroch , 1995 single work criticism
— Appears in: Rananim : The Journal of the D.H. Lawrence Society of Australia , June vol. 3 no. 2 1995; (p. 16-18)
Stop the Bat People i "By the time the typo was discovered,", Rachel Briggs , 2016 single work poetry
— Appears in: Writing to the Wire 2016; (p. 178)

Has serialised

The Kerr Papers, Paul Kelly , Troy Bramston , 2013 single work autobiography

'THE release of the 381-page oral history recorded by former governor-general John Kerr with the National Library reveals that he was repeatedly approached about Liberal Party preselection, offered the presidency of the Democratic Labor Party and was in the permanent thrall of Garfield Barwick.

'Kerr's oral history, published exclusively in The Weekend Australian, offers dramatic insights into Australia's political, judicial and social history during the turbulent mid-decades of the 20th century.' (The Weekend Australian, 6-7 April, 2013)

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