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The Rolling Stone Sydney Review @ Seymour Centre

Begging the question ‘How can I believe in God when he doesn’t believe in me?’, Director Adam Cook’s interpretation of Chris Urch’s award-winning play presents a fascinating dissection of family, religion, politics and love in a Ugandan landscape eerily similar to our own. Manan Luthra reports.

Govt grants for community schools to promote dual language skills

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Australian community schools
  The Morrison Government has announced a $10 million community language grants program to increase opportunities for young Australians to learn another language. With a base...

Review: A Simple Murder (SonyLIV)

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A Simple Murder sonyliv
  A Simple Murder does become contrived at times, given the willing suspension of disbelief it demands as the episodes roll, with unfailing frequency. But...

4 Indian female poets you need to read

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As more and more female poets publish their works as collections and anthologies, modern Indian literature is enriched with diverse voices and expressions of...

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni on ‘The Last Queen’ and women empowerment

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chitra divakaruni the last queen
  Reading about the Kohinoor diamond and how it was taken by the British from Maharaja Dalip Singh and given to Queen Victoria, writer Chitra...

Vishwarang Australia Festival 2020

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vishwarang australia festival 2020
  Literature. Poetry. Art. Music. Drama. Film. Sport. The recently concluded virtual festival Vishwarang 2020 had elements of all of these, as it catered to...
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