Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
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Marc McEvoy Malcolm Knox's much admired fiction is characterised by his investigation of the secret lives of his characters.
Peter Fitzsimons Charles Bean was so close to the action at Gallipoli that his reports from there and other battlefields have remained the most accurate.
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Images from the 2015 Dubbo Anzac Day commemorative march.
Images from the 2015 Dubbo commemorative service
The growth of the service was recognised on Saturday morning when thousands of Dubbo residents gathered to mark ...
On April 25 2015, Australia marks the 100th anniversary of the Anzac landings at Gallipoli.
Dubbo students have paid their respects to Australian service men and women, past and present, at a service ...
Dubbo poet Ron Stevens reads his poem The Army during the Dawn Service on Anzac Day.