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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. Coverage is complete for the period 1870-1878 and there is partial coverage for the periods 1854-1869, 1879-1892. Check website for details of completed indexing. Microfilm of these passenger lists is available in the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room on Open Access, mfm N 229, Microfilm Drawer Nos. 4, 5 & 6.
Western Australian Maritime Museum: Allows searching of the museum collections for shipwreck information, shipwreck artefacts, numismatic (coin) materials, as well as the ANCODS (Agreement between Australia and the Netherlands Concerning Old Dutch Shipwrecks) collection.
Western Australian Genealogical Society: Index of marriage records from the Registrar General's Office of Western Australia.
EBSCO publishing: MasterFILE Premier contains full text for nearly 1,700 periodicals covering general reference, business, health, education, general science, multicultural issues and much more. Also contains full text more than 500 reference books, over 107,000 primary source documents, and an Image Collection of over 510,000 photos, maps & flags. Also provides PDF backfiles for selected titles in some cases as far back as 1975. Also contains links to other Ebsco databases including Business Source Premier, Academic Search Complete, Health Source Nursing/Academic, Australia New Zealand Reference Centre, and Consumer Health Complete. These databases are updated daily. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
National Digital Forum: Matapihi lets you search across the digital collections of different New Zealand cultural organisations from one website.
: Matichon e library covers 31 well known Thai language newspapers: Matichon, Khao Sot,Thai Rat, Daily News, Krung Thep Thurakit, Phuchatkan rai wan, Watthachak (Lok wan ni), Khom Chat Luk, Post Today, Bangkok Today, Phim Thai, Than Hun, Sayam Rat, Naeona, Thai Post, Ban Muang, Sayam Kila, Khao Hun, Prachachat thurakit, Phuchatkan rai sapda, Than Setthakit, Dokbia Thurakit, Sayam Thurakit, Matichon sutsapda, Nation sut sapda, Sayam sapda wichan, Telcom Journal, O.Po.Tho. news. And 3 English newspapers: Bangkok Post, the Nation & Business Day. This database offers a range of search options including: keywords, date, broad subjects or sub-headings. Some of the newspaper archives start from 1997. You are only to access this database from inside Australia, according to the NLA-vendor agreements.
: The Media Archives Project database, created by the Centre for Media History at Macquarie University, lists easily searchable archives pertaining to the Australian media, including newspapers and magazines, broadcasting and advertising. The entries provide a keyword-searchable summary of what each archive contains. Database users can check access conditions for each archive listed and contact archive holders to make arrangements to see material that interests them. The MAP database focuses on private and lesser-known archives, held by companies, peak bodies, community groups and individuals. Holdings of major collecting institutions, including research libraries and archives, are not listed
Informit: This is an online version of the print title 'Media Information Australia', which ran from 1976 to 1995. MIA published new scholarly and applied research on the media, telecommunications and the cultural industries, and the policy regimes within which they operated. From 1995 to 1997, this journal was known as 'Media International Australia' (also available on eResources).
Informit: This is an online version of the print title 'Media International Australia', which ran from 1995 to 1997. MIA published new scholarly and applied research on the media, telecommunications and the cultural industries, and the policy regimes within which they operated. While its primary focus was Australia, the journal also aimed to provide an international perspective. From 1976 to 1995, this journal was known as 'Media Information Australia' (also available on eResources).