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CONGRATULATIONS TO HILDA REID ON BEING AWARDED AN ORDER OF AUSTRALIA MEDAL IN THE 2017 AUSTRALIA DAY HONOURS LIST

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From the Bookjacket Radio Show

Annual Report for 2016 – 2017

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*QNS celebrated its 50th year at the AGM. The morning was well attended by our volunteer base located in Brisbane, representatives from blindness organisations and special guests.

*Special Thanks. QNS would like to pay tribute to two very special office volunteers who are always there in a crisis: Derek and Judy Christy.

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Here are some of the latest books added to the catalogue:
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Australian scientist Vanessa Woods through she had found her true love: chimpanzees. But in a reckless moment, she accepts a marriage proposal from a man she barely knows and agrees to join him on a research trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Click to continue…

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It is 13th century B.C. and aboard the ship Argo, Medea, Jason and the Argonauts make their return journey across the Black Sea from Persia’s Colchis, in possession of the Golden Fleece. Click to continue…

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In April 1995, a plain brown colt was passed in at the famous Easter Yearling Sales in Sydney, virtually unnoticed. He would grow up to become an icon of the Australian turf, a national treasure. Might and Power was a giant in a golden era of exceptional thoroughbreds: the horse of a lifetime for owner Nick Moraitis, the horse of hope for trainer Jack Denham, and the horse of redemption for jockey Jim Cassidy. Click to continue…

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In April 2012 a man was shot dead by police on a remote farm in New South Wales called the School of Happiness. The victim, who was high on a cocktail of drugs and who suffered from mental illness, had been threatening attendees of a hippie festival with a crossbow and hunting knife. When the police finally arrived, they tried to subdue him but, ultimately, fatal shots were fired. Click to continue…