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Cora Num, Pearce, ACT: An Australian gateway site for tracing family history which includes a categorised list of online resources.
Webster Publishing: WebsterWorld provides a comprehensive multimedia references with information about the world around us. It features over 90,000 articles, 26,000 images, over 2,500 sounds/video.WebsterWorld explores the rich diversity of Australia's climate, geography, history, flora, fauna and people.
Wellington City Council: This site provides cemetery and crematorium records of three Wellington cemeteries: Bolton St Cemetery (1849 to 1967), Karori Cemetery (1891 to the present day) and Makara Cemetery (1965 to the present day). It supplements the New Zealand Cemetery Records on microfiche at mc 1701 in the Open Access collection of the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room.
National Library of Wales: Welsh Journals Online provides free access to approximately 50 Welsh journals, ranging from academic and scientific publications to literary and popular magazines. Complete runs of each title have been included; the most recent issue available depends on the publisher, and will vary from title to title. Occasional papers, Index volumes and Monographs are sometimes included. Subjects include history, current affairs, literature, religion and geography. Includes content relevant to the study of Australian history.
National Library of Wales: A free online resource from the National Library of Wales providing access to the newspaper collections of the Library. As of mid 2013 access was provided to over 420,000 pages from 40 newspaper publications covering the period up to 1910.
Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia Limited: Westlaw AU contains the Firstpoint Case Digest and Citator service, covering Australian reported cases since 1825 and unreported judgements from September 1999. It can be used to research the litigation history of a particular case, read summaries of key cases or research a particular area of law. Westlaw AU also features authorised law reports including 'Commonwealth Law Reports' and 'Federal Court Reports'; leading practitioner journals such as 'Australian Law Journal'; Australian legislation and commentary, constantly monitored and updated to reflect current law in force; 'The Laws of Australia' and 'Australian Commercial Precedents'; and an Encyclopedia of Australian law.
Crown Content: Who's Who in Australia is an Australian biographical dictionary and register of prominent people. Includes a People search, Full text search and Education search plus information on Australian awards and peerage. Who's Who in Business in Australia is an Australian biographical dictionary and register of prominent business people. Includes a Company search, People search, Full text search, Category search etc.
National Centre of Biography: A digital repository of entries on women published in the Australian Dictionary of Biography, Obituaries Australia and the National Centre of Biography's biographical register. Includes material published in books, newspapers, journals, magazines and bulletins.
Public Record Office Victoria: In 1891 members from the Women's Christian Temperance Union, the Victorian Temperance Alliance and other women's suffrage groups worked together to collect signatures from women throughout Victoria requesting the right to vote for women in the colony. Nearly 30,000 signatures were recorded. The petition has now been digitised and indexed and has a facility for members of the public to add life details for the contributors.
Informit: A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on industrial relations and related topics from 1983 to 2002. Source documents are journal articles, research reports, occasional papers, conference papers and videos. Material indexed is predominantly published overseas. Subject coverage includes industrial relations, workplace reform, enterprise bargaining, participative practices, performance appraisal, job design, absenteeism, benchmarking, technological change, management, teleworking, retrenchment and dismissal.