About this title.
It was ANZAC Day in Sydney...
A Day for Rememberance...
A Day for Survival...
April 25th, 2002, dawns as another beautiful day in Sydney, Australia. It is ANZAC Day, a day promoting pride in national identity, an identity won on the back of sacrifices made by those who fought long ago.
Or is it just a day to wallow in false patriotism and get drunk? At the very least, it's an inconvenient interruption for some, coming as it does in the middle of the working week. Do they really expect business to stop?
Big business never stops, and nothing should be allowed to get in its way...
A Day to Remember is a bonfire of Australian vanities set against a backdrop of corporate greed and malpractice, following the lives of three generations of one family on one day, Anzac Day.
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About this Author.
C C Canning is a New Zealand born writer whose career in advertising and corporate affairs in London, New York and Sydney has placed him at the boardroom tables of many public companies and merchant banks. He is an editorial writer on current affairs and has a regular wine column and is a frequent public speaker on wine and tourism in Australia and New Zealand.