Here between book covers at last are Bluey, Curley, Stiffy, Mo, Ben Bowyang, Bill Smith and all their mates – the best and the essence of classic Australian Humour.
‘Blue Murder’ tells the story of the mine, the migrants who were press-ganged into working there, the danger warnings that were ignored, the export of lethal blue asbestos all over the world. And it documents the long fight for justice for the Wittenoom survivors, a fight that is still not over.
Now in its expanded, updated revised edition, this is the original classic text (with more than 5-million copies sold) that helped create the natural foods industry. It remains today one of the major texts on herbs, natural diet and lifestyle and holistic health.
A Western Australian writer with a background in both literature and architecture, Dowley tells the story of 18 Wongutha people who in the 1920s were exiled by a whim of government from their country practically on the edge of the Great Victoria Desert and sent a thousand kilometers away near Perth. There they were imprisoned but escaped and decided to walk home. After her chronicle of events, she lets people tell their own tale, from written and spoken accounts.
Written by experienced and passionate eco-livers Dick and James Strawbridge, this title is comprehensive, inclusive and contemporary and is set to become the definitive guide of its kind. The guide is perfectly adapted for the Australian market and ideal for everyone in urban, suburban or rural areas.
Australia’s Wedge-tailed Eagle is the country’s largest true eagle and one of our few large predators and scavengers. It is closely related to the other large eagles of the world: the Golden Eagle of Europe and North America, the Imperial Eagle of the Palearctic, the Tawny and Verreauxs Eagles in Africa, the Indian Black Eagle in Indo-Malaysia, and Gurneys Eagle in New Guinea.
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When James Nash discovered gold in 1867 in eastern Queensland, he could never have envisaged the frenzy which would sweep the land. Combining thorough historical research with a dramatic reconstruction of events, this book is a colourful, authentic documentary of this fascinating era in Australia’s past.