If you believe the experts, brain training works and it can be used to overcome fear and stress.
Marc McEvoy Barrister Richard McHugh's first novel is based around a social group neglected in fiction, he says, that is working upper-middle-class parents with high-powered careers.
Jason Steger The end of an independent bookshop, more glory for Maxine Beneba Clarke, and farewell to JS (Jann) Harry.
Susan Wyndham Sydney Writers' Festival bestsellers; PM's Literary Awards lose another judge; most borrowed library books
Kerrie O'Brien Digesting literature, like savouring a meal, should always be a matter of taste.
Jane Freebury Stimulating, informative extras will accompany five documentaries screening over consecutive Wednesdays at the National Gallery of Australia's theatre.
Sasha Grishin The lives of four female Australian ex-pat artists of the early 20th century are uncovered.
Frank O'Shea A Nobel-prizewinner physics lecturer's book on the history of science fails to excite.
Jeffrey Grey This account of C.E.W. Bean's life and experiences, fails to consider his influence and why he and his history mattered.
Colin Steele Colin Steele jumps into the future and checks out some of the latest science fiction.
Target Action Group members arrested a 27 year old Griffith man in Bridge Road on Thursday 28 May ...
A medical condition is believed to have contributed to a 76 year old man losing control of his ...
A car collided with a container truck at the intersection of Banna Avenue and Jondaryan Avenue shortly before ...
A poll on the Area News website on Thursday found that 80 per cent of respondents supported the ...