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He saw I was wasting myself and said, 'Do you want to get better, to stop drinking?' Ronnie had just come out of one of his many rehabs when Hirst shipped in enough equipment to fit out an art college and told him, You've no excuse now. Has Hirst been an influence? I admire his art machine and the way he puts it into action. He doesn't give much away, but I learnt quite a lot from going round to his office, seeing how the wheels turned over. Ronnie was not new to art, far from it. He'd been an art star as far back as primary school and had even appeared as a competition winner on TV art shows. In fact, for he and his brothers, art and music ran side by side. They were from a family of water gypsies who worked on the Thames out west near Heathrow. They drank and sang at the pub, then drank and sang at home - this was Ronnie's first experience of after-parties , dangerous, life-threatening events, as he was to learn. When I was growing up everybody drank, it's just what they did. 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CATHY McGowan's ousting of Liberal frontbencher Sophie Mirabella holds lessons that go far beyond her rural Victorian electorate. HORRIE was a canine war hero who saved hundreds of Diggers' lives - only to be put down by officials in Australia. But did they get the right dog? THE decision to buy a patch of Queensland rainforest has brought great joy - and a deadly foe. RONNIE Wood has a new wife and a sober life - but it's painting that keeps him on the straight and narrow. WHEN an ultrasound reveals her baby's rare heart condition, Rebecca Schwartz is forced to make the most agonising decision of her life. CATHY McGowan's ousting of Liberal frontbencher Sophie Mirab #file_links[D:\keywords11.txt,1,S] ella holds lessons that go far beyond her rural Victorian electorate. NIGEL Scullion and Warren Mundine are engaging with remote communities to see their problems first hand. OPERA Australia is set to stage Neil Armfield's eco-aware interpretation of Wagner's masterwork.


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