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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... September 2018 of ABC News [Online] est. 2002 ABC News [Online]
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* Contents derived from the 2018 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Mick Jagger's Time in Rural NSW : An Exploding Gun, an Iconic Song and a Legend 50 Years Old, Jordan Hayne , single work column

'On one September night in 1969, the world's biggest rock star couldn't be found in London or New York, but in a rural New South Wales pub, drinking green ginger wine.'

Portraits Documenting Generations of Aboriginal Families Returned to Central Australia, Thea Halpin , single work column

'A Central Australian community that inspired the work of an Archibald Prize-winning artist for more than half a century has had a series of his portraits returned to them.' 

Pixie O'Harris Paintings Found in Hospital Storeroom as Search Continues for More Missing Works, Emma Siossian , single work column

'A collection of lost paintings by renowned artist and author, Pixie O'Harris, has been unearthed in an old country hospital storeroom.'

The Nightingale : Bloody Tasmanian Revenge Thriller Wins at Venice Film Festival, James Dunlevie , single work column

'Hopes are high for a new film set in convict-era Tasmania, which has taken out two awards at the prestigious Venice Film Festival.'

Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton Are Putting the 'Anarchy' Back into Childhood, Annika Blau , single work column

'Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton spoke to ABC's Dave May and Richard Mockler for Throwback, a new series that revisits the creators, authors and entertainers who shaped Australia's childhood.'

Section: Throwback
Welcome the Bright World Shines a Light on the 'intelligence State', Malcolm Sutton , single work column

'A play from 1982 whose subject matter includes science and political interference, truth and identity politics is today more relevant than ever, according to its director.' 

'The New Religion' : Big Little Lies Author Liane Moriarty Pokes Fun at the Wellness Industry, Claire Nichols , single work column

'She's sold more than 14 million books worldwide. She's had three books on the New York Times bestseller list. She's stood on stage with Nicole Kidman at the Emmys.' (Introduction)

Ladies in Black : Director Bruce Beresford Recreates Postwar Culture of 1950s Sydney, Jason Di Russo , single work column

'Growing up in Western Sydney near the migrant camp at Villawood meant Bruce Beresford had a personal connection to the characters in his latest film Ladies in Black.'  (Introduction)

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