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Biography of CJ Dennis An Unsentimental Bloke by Philip Butterss has won the National Biography Award.
New exhibition opens at State Library of NSW on Australian inspiration which includes early colonists depictions of the waratah and koala.
Sydney writer Bernard Cohen won the Russell Prize for Humour Writing for The Antibiography of Robert F.Menzies
Australia's only copy of the world's largest atlas on public display in State Library's Mitchell Library Reading room.
People visiting public libraries in NSW at an all time high with internet and online usage through the roof.
Prestigious Honours of the Library Council of NSW announced for eight individuals.
Part of the Far Out! Treasures to the Bush initiative heading to primary schools in western NSW form 25-27 May, 2015.
Six of the most amusing books over the last two years shortlisted in Australia's inaugural humour writing prize.
Prestigious World Press Photo exhibition returns to the State Library of NSW on 23 May, 2015 showcasing over 200 moving and evocative images.
Crowd Source exhibition opens with some of the world's earliest street photographs, capturing many previously unseen views of Sydney from the 1880s.
State Library of NSW calling on the NSW community to help build its collection of election material.
As part of the Far Out! Treasure to the Bush initiative Captain Cook shoe buckles and rare Indigenous word lists among items heading to schools in South West NSW.
Lemnos 1915: Then & now presents 16 powerful photographs help shed light on little-known stories of Australian nurses and soldiers on small Greek Island of Lemnos during Gallipoli campaign.
Four books shortlisted in 2014 Ashurst Business Literature Prize.
The State Library of NSW making hundreds of historic subdivision plans of Sydney and regional suburbs available online.