After by Nikki Gemmell

Nikki Gemmell writes with great candour about her mother’s sudden death. She chose to take her own life leaving no note, and a family devastated. This should add to the debate around euthanasia and the need for some legislation, but ultimately it is a personal reflection on the complicated emotions that occur between mothers and Read More …

To Know My Crime by Fiona Capp

Ned has never taken responsibility for much, but when his sister becomes a paraplegic he needs to step up. Investing all of their money with his childhood friend goes wrong when the GFC hits. Then he overhears a conversation between a politician and a property/mining magnate and he seizes the opportunity to get their money Read More …