- What we collect
- Preserving our collections
- Building our collections
- Selected Library collections
- Collection statistics
- History of the collection
- Processing and describing our collections
There are two series of the ACT Gazette: regular (weekly) and special (irregular).
Regular Gazettes include:
- General Information;
- Government Notices
- Private Notices
Special Gazettes contain notices which require urgent publication, such as those relating to the making of subordinate legislation, proclamations bringing Acts into operation and any other notice which cannot meet normal gazette deadlines.
The ACT Government Gazette is published each Thursday, and is available online. Current and historical ACT Gazettes are accessed from the ACT Legislation Register.
The Australian Capital Territory Gazette (Weekly and Special gazettes) was selected for preservation by the National Library of Australia, and can be downloaded from the Pandora web site. It is available from January 2005, and is scheduled to be re-archived regularly.
Where can you find ACT Government Gazettes in print?
When you have a reference for a gazette, you can locate it through the GovPubs list.
- Select the link which shows the date you need
- Select the link for the library you are using ('NLA' for the National Library of Australia)
- Use the 'Amicus Number' or call number from this record to find it in the Catalogue.
The Australian Capital Territory Gazette is no longer published in print; it ceased publication in June 2002 and is now available online. Gazettes from 1989 to June 2002 can be found in print at the Library.
Public Service appointments
I am organising a reunion of old work mates. Where can I find a list of appointments of people in ACT Health in 2000 - 2001?
We can find appointment lists in the Australian Capital Territory Gazette
The online version of the Gazette began in 2002, and are only archived from 2005, so we need to consult the print version of the Gazette.
The Employment section of the Gazette shows job vacancies as well as appointments, transfers and retirements.
As the Gazette was published weekly, we may need to search many copies to find all the appointments during the year. We can request copies by using the 'Get this' button at the bottom of the Catalogue record and fill in the dates we need.
Not all the Gazettes can be sent to the reading room at one time, so we may need to request two or three months each time. The Gazettes will be delivered on a trolley to the Main Reading Room.
Earlier dates (up to December 1999) were published in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette : Public Service.