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It is with great pleasure that Walker Books congratulates Sue Whiting, Meredith Thomas and Bob Graham for their success in the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards. A Swim in the Sea by Sue Whiting and illustrated by Meredith Thomas won in the 3-5 years category and Silver Buttons by Bob Graham won in the 5-8 years category.
NewSouth would like to congratulate Louis Nowra, one of this year’s Alex Buzo Award shortlisted winners for the Nib: Waverley Library Award for Literature. Nowra, in his book King’s Cross: A Biography, burrows beneath the sensationalist Underbelly ‘sex and sin’ narrative, revealing stories and a cast of characters–some household names others little-known–that not even a writer could conjure up.
Alliance Distribution Services wishes to advise the following changes which will assist customers in maximising opportunities in the period leading up to Christmas.
1. ADS will reduce our normal minimum order value to $175 rrp from Monday 1st December until Monday 22nd December. This will enable customers to have their orders despatched prior to Christmas without needing to reach the higher minimum.
2. ADS will expand our customer service department hours to open from 7.30am AEDT to 5.30pm AEDT weekdays for the same period. Further extensions of service may be added should activity demand.
3. ADS has already commenced an additional picking shift to ensure orders are despatched to enable us to maintain our usual high average daily turnaround throughout this busy period.
The ADS Customer Service and warehouse operations will be open on all days throughout the Christmas and New Year period other than public holidays.
The annual information session for those considering applying for admission in 2015 to RMIT’s Graduate Diploma in Editing and Publishing (program GD073) will be held from 5-6.30 pm on Tuesday 21 October at RMIT’s City campus in the Swanston Academic Building (Building 80, 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne). There will be signage on the night to direct you to the correct location.
For more information on the program, or to register for the information session, please email Tracy O’Shaughnessy (email@example.com). Registration for the session is preferred but not necessary, so feel free to turn up on the night.
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