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Alan Turing helped crack the German code in World War II, but was subsequently prosecuted by the British Government for the "crime" of homosexuality. Now, 10,000 Britons want to put him on a bank note.
Troy Archer's collection of 'old stuff' is spilling off the internet and into a real world store.
Sigur Ros describe their upcoming album as an "avalanche in slow motion" and they've released a track to prove it.
An average day for Perth zoologist and artist Roger Swainston involves sitting on the seabed with his sketch pad.
Move over hammock, we've just discovered the human nest and we're getting in.
Melbourne-based artist and photographer Tim Hillier has been getting busy on the video front lately.
They're modest-looking volumes, but damn they pack a punch. Every three months, Quarterly Essay presents Australians with a 25,000 word meditation on politics or philosophy.
We might get deported for saying this, but we're glad it's getting colder in Australia because it means we can pull on the Chups.
If Dinosaur Jr., Teenage Fanclub, and Broken Social Scene had a baby with an Australian accent it'd be called Bearhug.
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