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Landgate: Topographic Maps of Western Australia at scales of 1:25,000, 1:50,000 and 1:100,000. Also includes a coverage index.
Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia Limited: Westlaw AU contains the Firstpoint Case Digest and Citator service, covering Australian reported cases since 1825 and unreported judgments 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 case law. Also includes the 'Laws of Australia', an encyclopaedia of law.
AAP: 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. Who's Who of Australian Women is a biographical dictionary of Australian women in all walks of life. It includes many women who may not qualify for admission into Who's Who in Australia.
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.
RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on industrial relations and related topics from 1983 to 2002.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.
World Bank: The World Bank is the largest single source of development knowledge in the world. The OKR is the official open access repository for its research output and knowledge products, allowing it to collect, disseminate and permanently preserve its intellectual output in digital form. Types of documents include annual reports, journal articles, serial publications, World Development Reports and Policy Research Working Papers.
: A global collection of library catalogues, providing access to the collections of over 10,000 libraries worldwide.
Library of Congress: The World Digital Library (WDL) makes available on the Internet, free of charge and in multilingual format, significant primary materials from countries and cultures around the world. These cultural treasures include, but are not limited to, manuscripts, maps, rare books, musical scores, recordings, films, prints, photographs, and architectural drawings.
Central Intelligence Agency: Compiled by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the World Factbook provides comprehensive reference information, maps, facts and statistics on more than 250 countries and other entities.
CIA: Includes information on heads of government and government officials throughout the world. Updated regularly to reflect political changes. Useful addition to the CIA World Factbook.