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National Library of Australia: A guide to Australian Birth Death and Marriage records held at the National Library of Australia.
Australian Book Review: Australian Book Review (ABR) is Australia's oldest literary review. Created in 1961, it publishes reviews, essays, commentaries and creative writing. It has a national scope and is committed to highlighting the full range of critical and creative writing from around Australia. ABR Online can be read on any device with web-browsing capabilities, including desktop computers, laptops, iPads, tablets and smart phones. It offers full access to digital content, including back issues, extended information on contributors and an index that currently covers issues back to 2000. Selective coverage of articles back to 1994/95 is available in APAFT. Indexes for older issues can be found in the print version of ABR, and it is also indexed in AustLit and APAIS.
RMIT Publishing: A database that covers all aspects of building, construction and engineering: research, materials, structural engineering, urban and regional planning, fire technology. Also covered are aspects of economics, management and communications technology as they relate to building and construction. Sources indexed include conference publications, journal articles, standards, building regulations, technical papers, reports and books. Contains records from 1989 to 2002, with some earlier material from 1945.
Australian Bureau of Statistics: The ABS website provides statistics on the following themes: economy; environment and energy; industry; people; and regions. Included are statistical publications on agriculture, demography, census, finance, labour, manufacturing, national accounts, prices, service industries, social trends, trade and transport. Electronic copies of ABS publications and related statistical tables are free to any member of the public with Internet access. Also provides access to a growing collection of historical statistics.
JPM Media: Australian Business to Business is a guide to exporting Australian companies and the products and services that they sell. Formerly known as Australian Exporters and Manufacturers, Australian B2B has been published since 1964 and includes details on over 47,000 comanies and over 56,000 executive names. Published by JPM Media, this database contributes to the Kompass global network of databases.
Ozgenonline: This site contains a list of all known Australian cemeteries. The list provides contact information for each cemetery. Also provided, if available, are links to online burial indexes and/or contact points for 'look ups' and transcripts of burial lists.
National Library of Australia: A guide to cemetery records held at the National Library of Australia. Includes references to printed works, newspapers, microform and online sources. Types of sources mentioned include burial certificates, church registers, civil death certificates, council and private cemetery registers/records, funeral director or undertaker records, monumental inscriptions (listings of gravemarkers, memorial plaques and monuments) and newspaper funeral notices.
A descriptive listing of Australian censuses and musters from 1788 to Federation.
Australian Copyright Council: Provides access to a range of information sheets, books, news items, training programs and policy documents.
RMIT Publishing: The Australian Criminology Database (CINCH), is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on all aspects of crime and criminal justice. This subset includes information on the involvement of Aboriginal and Torres Islander people in the justice system. Source documents include journal articles, monographs, monograph chapters, conference papers, government documents, book reviews and theses. Subject coverage includes all aspects of crime and criminal justice including corrections, crime, crime prevention, criminal law, criminology, juvenile justice, law enforcement, police and victims of crime.