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Office of Regulatory Services. Australian Capital Territory.: An index provided by the ACT Office of Regulatory Services to deaths registered in the A.C.T. between 1930 and 1983.
Northern Territory Government: Northern Territory Land Information still holds and uses on a regular basis, many historical maps and plans of the Territory. The Historic Maps Index allows users to search, preview and order these maps.
Office of Regulatory Services, Australian Capital Territory: An index provided by the ACT Office of Regulatory Services to marriages registered in the A.C.T. prior to 1938.
State Library of Tasmania: A portal for accessing historic Tasmanian newspapers and indexes. Includes The Tasmanian Index 1966- which provides an index to: the Mercury, the Examiner and the Advocate, and to many other Tasmanian journals and regional newspapers. Most articles are indexed, but there are some exclusions (including routine sport reports and results, and reports of court proceedings). PLEASE NOTE: The link to British Historic Newspapers can only be accessed by those holding a LINC Membership card. Registered users of the National Library of Australia can access this service via the link to British Newspapers 1600-1950 in this eResources service.
History of Parliament Trust: A comprehensive account of parliamentary politics in England, then Britain, from their origins in the thirteenth century. It consists of detailed studies of elections and electoral politics in each constituency, and of closely researched accounts of the lives of everyone who was elected to Parliament in the period, together with surveys drawing out the themes and discoveries of the research and adding information on the operation of Parliament as an institution. An online version of the published printed volumes.
RMIT Publishing: Deals extensively with clinical, nutritional, medical, social and psychological aspects of HIV/AIDS, as well as the relationship between alcohol and other drugs to HIV/AIDS. It is designed to provide invaluable information support for doctors, health care workers and allied professionals, students, researchers and people living with HIV/AIDS.
Archive-It, Partner-Columbia University: A collection of sites featuring substantive resources related to human rights, mainly focused on preserving freely available web content by and about non-governmental organizations dedicated to human rights issues. Includes videos.