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Penguin NZ recalls gardening book 

5 March 2012

Penguin New Zealand is recalling all copies of Sally Cameron's The Tui New Zealand Vegetable Garden due to plagiarism allegations. The book, originally published in September 2008 and then later revised in September...

Random House recalls ‘Evil in the Suburbs’ 

28 September 2010

Random House Australia has announced that it is recalling the book Evil in the Suburbs by Cindy Wockner and Michael Porta for legal reasons. The publisher announced today that publication...

‘Baby’s First Book (Boys)’ recalled 

19 January 2010

HarperCollins has announced the recall of Baby's First Book (Boys) (ISBN 9780746087930), due to ‘inconsistent build quality in foreign-language of one batch'. HarperCollins states that ‘there are no reports of...

In brief 

1 December 2009

‘The Darwin Poems' wins 2009 Wesley Michael Wright PrizeEmily Ballou has won the 2009 University of Melbourne/Wesley Michel Wright Prize for Poetry for The Darwin Poems (UWA Publishing). Ballou's work was...

In brief 

24 November 2009

Readings wins music retailing ARIAReadings Carlton in Melbourne is the winner of the 2009 ARIA Retailer of the Year Award for best independent specialist in Victoria. Other state winners were...

Five Mile re-releases recalled true crime title 

30 September 2008

The Five Mile Press is re-releasing A Killer in the Family (Lindy Cameron and Fin J Ross), after legal considerations prompted the publisher to recall the title earlier this year....

Libel case prompts Hachette to recall Turner bio 

26 February 2008

Hachette Livre Australia has announced an urgent recall of actress Kathleen Turner's biography Send Yourself Roses, as a ‘precautionary measure', following legal action taken by actor Nicholas Cage in relation...

MUP recalls ‘Young Liberal’ 

27 March 2007

MUP has announced a recall of The Education of a Young Liberal by John Hyde Page. The recall follows the recent ruling by a judge in the civil division of the...