• YourTutor Summer Hours
    08 Dec

    YourTutor Summer Hours

    Summer’s coming! Every year as student demand gets quieter (the draw of sun, sand, surf, shopping?) we also balance our opening hours to match. Check our reduced hours for Summer 2017/18.
  • Book Chook 2017 Year in Review
    06 Dec

    Book Chook 2017 Year in Review

    2017 has been an exciting year for Australian authors, with many new entrants to discover. The following is a list of titles the Bookchook has enjoyed, but is only a sample of the many on offer.
  • Write for Rights 2017 - Amnesty International
    02 Dec

    Write for Rights 2017 - Amnesty International

    Write for Rights 2017 kicks off this Saturday 2 December, come along to Newcastle City Library to see how your words have the power to free people from human rights abuses. Will you join us in defending the brave?
  • One City, One Book:
    01 Dec

    One City, One Book: 'The Birdman's Wife'

    One city, one book, one story: a thousand conversations! Join Newcastle and Port Stephens libraries for the annual Big Book Club and our citywide conversation about the novel The Birdman's Wife.
  • RBdigital Update for Apple Device Users
    28 Nov

    RBdigital Update for Apple Device Users

    Having issues with RBdigital on your Apple device? You may need to reinstall the app.
  • 2017 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards
    24 Nov

    2017 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the Minister for the Arts, Mitch Fifield, have announced the shortlist for the Prime Minister's Literary awards this week. 30 entries out of 450 were carefully selected across 6 categories.

  • Picnic Day Library Closures - Friday 1 December
    21 Nov

    Picnic Day Library Closures - Friday 1 December

    Various Newcastle Libraries will be closed for the Council Picnic Day on Friday 1 December 2017.
  • Marriage Equality Vote Results
    16 Nov

    Marriage Equality Vote Results

    Newcastle City Council has welcomed the result of Australia's same sex marriage plebiscite. More than seven million Australians voted Yes and the ABS has just released a breakdown of the results at a National, State and Federal Electoral Division level.
  • November Good Reading available now!
    10 Nov

    November Good Reading available now!

    Judy Nunn discusses her latest novel Sanctuary, we talk to Christine Milne about why activisim matters, and give suggestions of gift-worthy books to inspire conversation around the festive table. All this and so much more in the November issue of GR.
  • Book Chook - Remembrance Day
    09 Nov

    Book Chook - Remembrance Day

    November 11th this year marks the 99th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the First World War (1914-1918). Some of the best known novels of our time have been historical or war novels.
     
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