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Jane Clancy Jane Clancy i(A108638 works by)
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Jane Clancy grew up in Darwin. She has taught at schools across the Northern Territory and has an interest in oral history.

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Weeping in the Streets Northern Territory Literary Awards 2004 , 2004 single work oral history 'The Bureau of Meteorology in Darwin issued its first warning at 4pm on December 21 1974 and by 10pm Cyclone Tracy was born. For a day it hovered above the islands north of Darwin, moving slowly south west. Then, at 3.15 am on December 24, Tracy rounded a tip of Bathurst Island, suddenly turned east and set a course straight for Darwin. This oral history document's one family's story.' (p. 48)
2004 finalist Northern Territory Literary Awards Charles Darwin University Essay Award
More Firmer - Less Terror : Darwinite Recollections of the Moon Landing Northern Territory Literary Awards 2003 , 2003 single work essay Examines the international anticipation of and response to the 1969 moon landing, with particular focus on the Northern Territory.
2003 winner Northern Territory Literary Awards Charles Darwin University Essay Award
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