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Dardanelle Towers 4 – Executive Perks

. March 28, 2017
Dardanelle Towers 4 – Executive Perks

What a find! Tucked away in a forgotten corner of a back-up computer drive (if they even have corners) we came across a lost set of minutes from Dardanelle Towers, the most dysfunctional strata scheme in Australia.  Do you know this place? Is it real? Do you live there?  Read (more…)

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Dardanelle Towers 3: Parking mad

. April 4, 2016 . 0 Comments
Dardanelle Towers 3: Parking mad

Parking, terrorism and a health scare dominated the most recent meeting of the Dardanelle Towers executive committee. The parking issue came to the fore when Bernard, our long-suffering chairman was heading off to work only to discover that the locks on his car had been super-glued. Bernard’s car, a Subaru (more…)

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Dardanelle Towers 2: Gimme Shelter

. February 16, 2016 . 0 Comments
Dardanelle Towers 2:  Gimme Shelter

Our Title archivists have found another missive from the troubled strata scheme that is Dardanelle Towers.  We are still making inquiries to try to work out where it is – if, indeed, it exists at all. However, the existence of an old World War 2 bomb shelter suggest it may (more…)

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Dardanelle Towers 1: The naked truth

. February 9, 2016 . 0 Comments
Dardanelle Towers 1:  The naked truth

We recently discovered, hidden deep in the darkest corner of our archives, what seem to be long-forgotten reports from an apartment block with more than its fair share of idiosyncratic characters. Is this place real, or a figment of someone’s imagination? Perhaps you know these people. Maybe it’s your building. (more…)

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FICTION: The Lady Upstairs

. June 29, 2015 . 0 Comments
FICTION: The Lady Upstairs

  By Jill D. Block The Lady Upstairs is part of the anthology Dark City Lights edited by renowned detective and mystery writer Lawrence Block (A Walk Among the Tombstones, 8 Million Ways to Die). This fourth edition of the Have a NYC series, comprises 23 “thrilling, hilarious and poignant” short stories—all based in (more…)

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Fiction: A Paris Apartment

. April 25, 2015 . 0 Comments
Fiction: A Paris Apartment

The Story So Far … Billed as Moulin Rouge meets The Paris Wife, American writer Michelle Gable’s  A Paris Apartment was inspired by the true story of the discovery of a long forgotten Parisian apartment and its treasures. The resulting novel is the tale of American April Vogt, a continental furniture (more…)

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Big Read: The Apartment

. August 3, 2014 . 0 Comments
Big Read:  The Apartment

Rug up well before you immerse yourself in this evocative slice of quality fiction.  This is an extract from THE APARTMENT by Greg Baxter, a novel that takes place across one snowy December day in a northern European city. Our hero, a US ex-serviceman with a history in the Gulf (more…)

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