Dick Gross

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At the 2012 Global Atheist Convention

Richard Andrew Landa Gross (born 16 November 1954 in Melbourne, Australia) was President of the Municipal Association of Victoria, and former three-time Mayor of the City of Port Phillip, Australia, from 1998–2000 and in 2004, and has served on the Port Phillip City Council, representing the Blessington Ward, since its creation in 1996. He is known for his enthusiastic style in highlighting important social and legal issues in the community.

On 26 January 2010, Dick Gross was appointed as a Member of the Order Australia in recognition for his contribution to local government and his community.

Literary works[edit]

Dick Gross has written several fiction and non-fiction works, on topics ranging from atheism to merchant banks:

  • Money for Jam, How to spread it and not make a mess (1990)
  • The Tricontinential Story' with Hugo Armstrong (1995)
  • A Godless Gospel (1999)
  • Jesus, Judas and Mordy Ben Ruben: Three good Jewish boys in Jerusalem (2005)

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