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Fool me once…

Every April we kick off the month by approaching everything we read online or in the paper with a healthy dose of scepticism. April...

The deception of collective nouns

Every now and then, humorous word lists will be circulated on the internet via social media and email, listing wild and hilarious collective nouns...

Making a difference

When people think of public libraries most people think of nothing more than a place you can borrow books, maybe DVDs, and somewhere you...

Judging a book by its cover

Don’t judge a book by its cover. We’ve all heard the phrase before, usually said to warn us that if we judge someone by...

Eccentric authors

It takes a lot of imagination to pen a novel, and many authors spend most of their days stuck inside their own heads, creating...

A win for interlibrary loans

Thanks to the Virus That Shall Not Be Named, this article has been delayed somewhat – I was originally going to publish it in...

Emotional attachments to fictional characters

One of my favourite shirts has a caption on it that says ‘I am overly attached to fictional characters’. I often get called a...

Shaving the world from blood cancer

Every day in Australia 41 people are diagnosed with blood cancers and 20 will die from it. Blood cancer is one of the four...

An introvert’s guide to isolating

I know, I know, it’s kind of hard to believe that I’m an introvert but I actually am. Whilst I do a pretty good...

A link in the chain

I’ve always been a big advocate for the saying that libraries are more than just books. Not only do we have other resources to...

Television testimonials

There are very few people out there who haven’t sat down and binged on a TV series over the course of a weekend or...

Baa Baa Black Sheep: Innocent nursery rhyme?

“Baa baa black sheep have you any wool?” “Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full. One for the master, and one for the dame, And one for...
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