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  • Last Days of The Archibald Prize
    17 Jun

    Last Days of The Archibald Prize

    The Archibald Prize exhibition is entering its last days at Newcastle Art Gallery. See the always prestigious and controversial art works which make up Australia’s foremost portraiture prize. The exhibition closes on Sunday June 24. 
  • Information is Beautiful: Movie Critics vs Audiences
    15 Jun

    Information is Beautiful: Movie Critics vs Audiences

    'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is the biggest movie ever to create a dramatic divide between critics and audiences - 93% critics vs 56% audience. Which other films have been loved by critics, but not so much by the people?
  • June Good Reading Out Now!
    08 Jun

    June Good Reading Out Now!

    Catch up with Melbourne's book ninjas who have been planting novels on Melbourne's trains and trams since 2016. Hear from the prestigious The Australian/Vogels prize winner, Emily O'Grady, and as always there are stacks of articles, extracts and reviews of new releases!
  • Men
    05 Jun

    Men's Health Week: 11 - 17 June

    Did you know: Men live 4.4 years less than women? Men make up 56% of the work force but 94% of work place fatalities? Globally alcohol kills 6 times as many men as women? 70% of men's health is controlled by lifestyle choices?
  • Beresfield Library Re-Opening June 29
    02 Jun

    Beresfield Library Re-Opening June 29

    We are excited to announce that Beresfield Library will be re-opening on Friday 29 June after the completion of extensive building refurbishment! Pop in and check out the new-look community space.
     

  • Queen
    01 Jun

    Queen's Birthday Library Closures

    Please note that all library branches will be closed on Monday 11 June for the Queen's Birthday Public Holiday. Normal hours of operation resume on Tuesday 12 June. For more information P: 4974 5300
  • National Reconciliation Week: 27 May - 3 June
    25 May

    National Reconciliation Week: 27 May - 3 June

    Don't Keep History a Mystery. This year Reconciliation Australia invites all Australians to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories, to share that knowledge and help us grow as a nation.
  • Throwback Thursday: check out the new & improved Freegal Music!
    24 May

    Throwback Thursday: check out the new & improved Freegal Music!

    Freegal Music has updated its interface so that you can quickly explore and stream tracks, as well as create and share playlists.There are now also more than 100 curated playlists to suit your every mood or occassion. Check out the new app today!
  • Scams Awareness Week starts today!
    21 May

    Scams Awareness Week starts today!

    If you got a call out of the blue from the Tax Office saying you had a tax debt that you had to pay immediately, what would you think? If Telstra called and said there were internet problems in your area and they needed remote access to your computer, what would you do? #ScamsWeek18
  • RSPCA Million Paws Walk
    18 May

    RSPCA Million Paws Walk

    Australia's biggest Doggy Day Out is on again this Sunday 20 May! Get along to Foreshore Park with your pooch or just to join in the fund-raising fun. Registrations open at 8.30am and Big Dog cuts the starting ribbon at 10am.
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