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Art: Christopher Pease

Art: Christopher Pease

Christopher Pease is an artist of Minang/Noongar descent who reflects on colonial history and race relations.

  • by John McDonald

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Style: Good Weekend's picks of the week

Style: Good Weekend's picks of the week

Fresh additions to Australia's most-wanted list: the latest in clever, covetable design.

  • by Anna-Lisa Backlund
Kitchen Sink Drama: True love

Kitchen Sink Drama: True love

Five weeks after Stephen and Kathleen started dating, he felt their relationship was ready for a critical test.

  • by Paul Connolly
Back Chat: Good Weekend letters to the editor, November 17

Back Chat: Good Weekend letters to the editor, November 17

Want to chat? We'd love to hear from you. Send your letters to goodweekend@fairfaxmedia.com.au.

The Full Bottle: Is it worth spending money on good wineglasses?

The Full Bottle: Is it worth spending money on good wineglasses?

Take a taste test and find out for yourself.

  • by Huon Hooke
What is the protocol for blowing your nose in a pool?
Modern Guru

What is the protocol for blowing your nose in a pool?

At an aquarobics class, one of the participants blew his nose into his hands, then deposited the contents into the water.

  • by Danny Katz
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Dicey Topics: Susan Carland talks religion, bodies and sex
Dicey topics

Dicey Topics: Susan Carland talks religion, bodies and sex

The 39-year-old writer, broadcaster and academic discusses the subjects we're told to keep private.

  • by Benjamin Law
'We didn't expect all 13 out alive': Inside the Thai cave rescue
Thailand

'We didn't expect all 13 out alive': Inside the Thai cave rescue

An international group of divers led one of the most dangerous rescue missions ever, with 12 boys and their coach trapped underground – and time running out.

  • by James Massola
Surviving the 1998 Sydney to Hobart superstorm
Sydney to Hobart

Surviving the 1998 Sydney to Hobart superstorm

The horrifying drama of the 1998 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, in which six sailors died and five boats were lost, overshadowed the triumph of the brave crew.

  • by David Salter
Paul Simon's songs like a bridge back to my father in 1960s Vietnam

Paul Simon's songs like a bridge back to my father in 1960s Vietnam

At a New York concert the writer imagines her dad by her side, listening to the music that sustained him before war changed his life forever.

  • by Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen
Dicey Topics: Kerry O'Brien talks politics, sex and money
Kerry O'Brien

Dicey Topics: Kerry O'Brien talks politics, sex and money

The Walkley Award-winning journalist Kerry O'Brien discusses the topics we're told to keep private.

  • by Benjamin Law