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University of the South Pacific: Provides full text access to education material relating to fifteen Pacific nations. This includes publications from the participating Ministries of Education including strategic plans, education legislation, curriculum frameworks and school policies. It also contains national development plans, statistics and budget information. The participating countries are: Palau, Nauru, Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Tuvalu, Tokelau, Samoa, Cook Islands, Niue, Tonga, Fiji, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and the Federated States of Micronesia.
National Library of Australia: PADI is a subject gateway to international digital preservation resources.
Chadwyck-Healey: An index to articles appearing in the London Times between 1790 and 1905. The newspaper can also be searched using Times Digital Archive [1785-1985] which can be accessed via E-Resources. The Times Digital Archive provides an online version of the entire newspaper, with images of millions of articles, advertisements and illustrations/photos. The text of each article, letter or advertisement is fully searchable by keyword.
National Library of Australia: PANDORA is a growing collection of copies of Australian online publications, established initially by the National Library of Australia in 1996, and now built in collaboration with nine other Australian libraries and other cultural collecting organisations.
National Library of New Zealand: Papers Past contains more than one million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals. The collection covers the years 1839 to 1932 and includes 52 publications from all regions of New Zealand. All newspapers can be browsed by date, region and title; in addition each newspaper has its own page containing information about the publication, including the date range which is available online and a link to an essay about the newspaper's history.
J.S. Shaw North Publishing: A reconstruction mainly prepared by the consolidation of contemporary records about the people of that era and their families. Some family records and literary references are included. A few Maori and Aboriginal family records are also included. Sources on personal information about each of them are listed. It includes marines, soldiers, ship's captains, some sailors, migrants, convicts, some visitors, officially recorded Aborigines, exiles and orphans, also births, migrants, and ships. The shipping arrivals cover 1788-1828, details included are: names of ship, date arrived, port, no. of migrants/convicts, and referenced numbers. The lists of people give surname, given name/s, year of arrival, ship name, reference numbers.
Parliament of Australia: The website includes links to Hansard, Bills, committees and publications as well as ParlInfo, the Parliamentary Document Repository. Information about curent and historical parliaments (including links to Australian state and territory parliaments), elections and referendums, publications and key Internet links are available through the Parliamentary Library link.
Parliament of New South Wales: Contains links to all indexes and records of NSW Legislative Proceedings which are available online. Includes Hansard and the Legislative Assembly.
Parliament of Australia: Provides an index and full text access where available to the proceedings and documents produced by the Parliament of Australia, the Senate and the House of Representatives. Documents include Hansard (both the Senate and House of Representatives Hansard are available back to the first sitting day of 9 May 1901), Bills, Senate Journals, Votes and Proceedings, Notice Papers, Committee reports, Parliamentary Handbook, newspaper clippings, media, publications and much more.
Western Australian Genealogical Society: Index of inward passenger arrivals at the Port of Fremantle, taken from from original passenger manifests held at the National Archives office in Perth. Includes entries for; Stowaways; Ships Crew (whilst generally noted as such they may appear without a notation as being crew); Crew of other ships travelling to and from their own vessel; AIF members relocating or returning home; Through Passengers, ie. they did not land at Fremantle, and were bound for other Ports; Overseas, Interstate and WA Coastal Passengers.