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JOHN HARGREAVES . . . A CELEBRATION - An actor's life as he saw it.
Sydney Theatre Company
A celebration at the Sydney Theatre Company's Wharf to launch a book on one of our greatest stars of stage and screen. Sydney Theatre Company was proud to host the launch of John Hargreaves . . . a Celebration, the story of John Hargreaves' extraordinary working life on stage, film and television. John's untimely death in 1996 cut short a brilliant career, but his wry, witty and penetrating observations of his life as an actor live on in this new publication created by actress Genevieve Picot and writer Tony Watts.
NO ONE EVER WENT BROKE MAKING A PROFIT
By Charles Kaiser
Bruce Pollack Publicity devised and implemented the publicity campaign for Charles Kaiser’s latest book – No One Ever Went Broke Making A Profit. Charles was a leading Texan millionaire and US financial guru.
SOMETHING A BIT DIFFERENT
Bruce Pollack Publicity devised and implemented the publicity campaign for Something A Bit Different, an ultimate career guide for getting that dream job. Written by make up artist to the stars – Beverley Gay.
By Brett Kelly
"Collective Wisdom" – 2nd highest selling paperback non-fiction novel on the Dymocks book list and 7th and 10th on the Sydney Morning Herald book list (August 1998). Brett Kelly, author of self-published book "Collective Wisdom", has been selected as one of the 10 semi-finalists for the Career Achievement category of the prestigious New South Wales Young Australian of the Year Awards. 23 year old Kelly's success is a result of his bestselling book "Collective Wisdom", a compilation of the interviews of 34 prominent Australians. All interviewees were asked to comment on a variety of issues using a standard set of questions. The areas covered were; Australia's future, unemployment, the republic, taxation, drugs, abortion, racism, education, voluntary euthanasia and Aboriginal land rights.
SYMPLY TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE
By Annette Sym
Publicity for the launch of Annett Sym’s self help book entitled Simply Too Good To Be True.
MAX WALKER’S board game “TAKE IT TO THE MAX”
Well known personality Max Walker is a human dynamo. Not content to retire quietly as a champion Test cricketer and AFL footballer, he is now a highly successful author, regarded as one of Australia's best public and corporate speakers, and a popular sports commentator on Channel Nine. And if this wasn't enough, Max is now blitzing the games market with a board game which is already a bestseller. Created in collaboration with Max's wife Kerry and author Neil Lawrence, Take It To The Max, is a unique game superbly illustrated by well renowned cartoonist Bill Green (WEG). Take It To The Max poses dilemma-style questions from the sublime to the ridiculous and 800 trivia questions on true blue Aussie Trivia. Players of Take It To The Max attend the school of life, ducking and weaving through life's predicaments as well as having a good laugh along the way. It is very much a social game for young and old.
Author and publisher of craft books - the "Young Entrepreneur and Young Achiever Award" presented by Enterprise Australia.
MEN - THE CALENDAR
Launch of the first calendar of male nudes photographed by a woman, C. Moore Hardy, H.M. Publications.
MASTERWORKS OF MAN & NATURE
Preserving our World Heritage"
360 Wonders of the World Unveiled
Australia launched a publishing tour de force – the first ever book chronicling the World's precious 360 Heritage Sites, the natural and man-made wonders of our world in "MASTERWORKS OF MAN & NATURE: PRESERVING OUR WORLD HERITAGE". Created by Harper MacRae Publishing, MASTERWORKS OF MAN & NATURE is an unrivalled international initiative. Contributing authors include the leaders of our time – HRH Duke of Edinburgh, Dr David Bellamy, Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan, Russell Train (President of the World Wild Life Fund – US), Gilbert Grosvenor (President of National Geographic), Paul Keating and Edward de Bono.
The World Heritage Committee, a functional body of UNESCO, has currently identified 360 natural and cultural sites in 80 countries which must be preserved for all mankind. Some are household names – the Statue of Liberty, eerie Stonehenge and the majestic Taj Mahal – whilst others are little known outside their own country – the sweeping Plitvice Falls in Yugoslavia, India's ancient Bridhadisvara Temple and China's mystical holy mountain Mt. Taishan.
AUSTRALIAN ICONS - by Peter Luck
On behalf of the Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
WOMEN OF SUBSTANCE
Launch of a four publication set on behalf of the Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
Launch of various publications.
Launch of various publications.
INTERIOR DESIGN MAGAZINE
On going publicity for this monthly magazine