This isn't just about lockout laws or 'livable city' awards, the stark divides have been there since the early 1800s.
When it comes to tales of daring heists and gun-toting highwaymen, Australian popular mythology has barely scratched the surface.
In Australia: What Happened?, Ben Pobjie explores our country's humble beginnings as a cosy corner of the supercontinent Pangaea, to its current status as one of the world's most middling powers.
James Rose examines the NGA in the latest installment of his series on national identity and story telling.
Sycophantic journos at anti-News Limited have fallen in line to praise their colleague Nick Cater's new book to the skies. It's a Culture clash that deserves greater scrutiny.
Historian Manning Clark left an indelible mark on this country and our thinking. But he was a man wracked with demons, as Brian Matthews' brilliant biography shows, writes Brendan Gullifer.