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PLoS: PLoS is a nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource.
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet: This collection of transcripts from Australian Prime Ministers contains approximately 20,000 individual speeches, media releases and other transcript items dating from the early 1940's. Information and transcripts from the current Prime Minister can be found on the website pm.gov.au
Gale: This collection contains a large portion of the archives of the British run municipal police force based in Shangai's former International Settlement. The most extensive coverage is provided by the Special Branch dossier files, which date from 1929-1945. Other documents include supporting reports, handbills, translations of Chinese press coverage and clippings from the English Language press. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
This resource lists political sites sorted by country, with links to parties, organisations, governments, media and more from all around the world.
PressReader: PressReader (formerly Library Press Display) provides access to over 1000 newspapers in 40 languages from more than 80 countries, displaying them in their original format, layout and original language on the date of publication. Titles are archived for the previous 12 months. The service includes newspapers from Australia, Europe, Asia, Southeast Asia, North and South America, the Middle East and Oceania. NOTE: From January 2016 titles published by News Corp, such as The Australian, have been withdrawn. PATRONS SHOULD NOTE THAT THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA HAS A LIMITED NUMBER OF LICENCES FOR THIS SERVICE. IF YOU RECEIVE THE ACCESS DENIED MESSAGE WHEN LOGGING ON STATING THAT 'YOUR LIBRARY'S SUBSCRIPTION HAS REACHED ITS MAXIMUM SIMULTANEOUS USERS LEVEL', PLEASE TRY AGAIN AFTER 10 MINUTES.
Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield: The Proceedings of the Old Bailey is a fully searchable database detailing the lives of non-elite people which contains accounts of over 197,700 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court. The Old Bailey proceedings for the period 1714 - 1834 are also available in microfilm.
: Project Gutenberg produces books in electronic form (etexts) and makes them freely available to the public. The books at this Australian affiliate site of Project Gutenberg are in the public domain in Australia.
Johns Hopkins University Press: Project MUSE provides online access to full-text versions of scholarly, peer reviewed journals in the humanities, arts and social sciences from many of the world's leading university presses and scholarly societies. Access is provided to the complete content of every issue, including all charts, graphics and images. Coverage is generally to the latest issue, although archival content is also available. Not all content in this service is available due to licensing or publisher restrictions. Ask a Librarian http://www.nla.gov.au/askalibrarian for more information.
ProQuest: Provides detailed business and financial news from key international publications relating to Asia. Subject coverage includes news and current awareness sources; country information and statistics; information on people and institutions; policy and analysis. A mobile interface is available for this database at: http://m.search.proquest.com
U.S. National Library of Medicine: PubMed Central is a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM). As well as current material, some digitised content dates back to the mid 1800s or early 1900s. Also provides a link to PubMed, a database of citations and abstracts for millions of articles from thousands of journals. PubMed includes links to full-text articles at several thousand journal web sites as well as to most of the articles in PubMed Central.