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Macquarie Dictionary Publishers: The Macquarie Dictionary was first published in print in 1981 and has been online since 2003. It is now nationally and internationally regarded as the standard reference on Australian English. The online service gives you access to the Macquarie Dictionary Sixth Edition and the latest edition of the Macquarie Thesaurus plus annual updates. It also includes a range of useful resources such as a grammar and punctuation guide, common abbreviations, measurements and their various equivalents and the Australian Word Map.
Society of Australian Genealogists: Listing of over 70,000 transcriptions from Sydney's former "Northern Suburbs" cemetery. Users can search by last name (including phonetic and wild cards), first name, year of death and inscription. Each record shows the full details transcribed, as well as denomination, section, row and plot number. Nearby graves are also listed.
Ohio University Library and RMIT Publishing: Provides an extensive coverage of articles on Malaysia, Singapore and other South-east Asian countries. Subject coverage includes education, business, law, science and technology, politics and information science.
RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles on management issues for business and government from 1985 onwards. Subject coverage includes major corporations, management, international and Australian economies, government policy, strategic and financial planning, human resources, quality, marketing and advertising, materials handling and innovation, environmental management and issues including recycling, ISO 14000 and litter control, computer information systems, human resources, occupational health and safety, manufacturing research development and new technology.
: Provides access to a diverse body of online primary resources relating to written and early printed culture in Britain during the period 1000 to 1500. The resources include literary manuscripts, historical documents and early printed books which are located on websites owned by libraries, archives, universities and publishers. Sister site to Connected Histories British History Resources 1500 - 1900 (available on eResources).
Tony Campbell: Online guide to all issues concerning historical maps and links ot historical map images.
National Library of Scotland: High resolution zoomable images of over 86,000 maps of Scotland, England and Wales, including Colour images of the Ordnance Survey's six-inch to the mile (1:10,560) mapping. This mapping represented the first comprehensive survey of all of these areas at a consistent scale and specification and so provided the most detailed topographic mapping of these areas for the years 18402-1960s. They record most man-made and natural features in the landscape.
Margaret Gee Publishing: A listing of over 10 000 high profile Australians in various fields of endeavour, including media, arts, literature, business, education, fashion, food and wine. Information provided includes full name and description of celebrities, contact mailing address, street address, contact name, company name, telephone and fax numbers, email address, web address and any other pertinent contact details.
Crown Content: Lists all media contacts and details in Australia for television, radio, newspapers, magazines, newsletters, parliamentary press gallery, representatives of overseas press multicultural press, and press agencies. It is complete with a fully integrated search function, and is updated daily.
Warner, Mary-Anne, with material from the State Records Authority of New South Wales: This index lists names of passengers (cabin, saloon & steerage), crew, captains, stowaways, births and deaths at sea, transcribed from the State Records Authority of New South Wales Reels of the Shipping Masters' Office, Inwards Passenger Lists. Check website for details of completed indexing. Microfilm of these passenger lists is available in the Newspapers and Family History zone of the Main Reading Room (mfm N 229, Microfilm Drawer "New South Wales").