A reckless father, his dark past, an Adelaide drug trafficker and the Gold Coast beauty school dropout who kept her mouth shut. This is the explosive untold story of Schapelle Corby and how she took the rap for her father's drug syndicate.
Eamonn Duff has been a journalist for more than twenty years. As a senior investigative journalist at Fairfax for over a decade, he has broken many major stories in areas as diverse as sport, crime, politics and national security.
Melbourne, 1959. An 11-year-old boy witnesses a murder as he spies through the window of a strange house. Now he’s a kid on the run, with only a shady grandfather, a professional stand-over man, and an incongruous local couple as adult mentors. He takes refuge in the dark drains and grimy tunnels beneath the city, transforming himself into a series of superheroes to fight off his enemies.
On Damon Styles's eighteenth birthday, he is expelled from school but it's what happens afterwards that changes everything. Now Damon must come up with a plan. It's the only way he can think straight. First, get his firearms licence, then, see if the Pigman will give him a job. Pig hunting will teach Damon what he needs to know.
J.C. Burke and friend
J.C. Burke, winner Best Fiction with Pig Boy
Patrick Gallagher accepting the Award for True Crime on behalf of Eamonn Duffy
Gabrielle Lord – Lifetime Achievement Award
Making two points, Host Jane Clifton