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18 June 2014
National Arts and Health Framework Released
The National Arts and Health Framework has been released. The framework, endorsed by the Standing Council on Health and the Meeting of Cultural...
24 April 2014
Creative Advisory Panel announced
The Anzac Centenary Arts and Culture Fund's Creative Advisor and Advisory Panel announced.
1 November 2013
Torres Strait Islander Student Exchange with University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge introduced five Thursday Island students to a collection of Torres Strait artefacts this week....
1 November 2013
Career pathway opportunities in the repatriation of ancestral remains
The Natural History Museum in London agreed to repatriate ancestral remains to Torres Strait Islander communities....
11 July 2013
National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach Program: Round 5 (2013–14)
Funding is available for national collecting institutions to develop and tour their collections nationally and internationally. Funding recipients...
17 June 2013
2013 Prime Minister's Literary Awards shortlists announced
The 2013 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards shortlists have been announced....
12 April 2013
National Arts and Culture Accord Released
The signed National Arts and Culture Accord has been released. This agreement, between the Australian, state and territory governments and the...
1 June 2012
National Library bringing archived Fairfax images to life
The National Library of Australia is embarking on a ground-breaking project to conserve, catalogue and digitise 12,000 glass-plate negatives from...
1 May 2012
Alexandra the final station for Malcolm Moore diesel locomotive
The Malcolm Moore diesel locomotive GT–112–DH1 found a permanent home with the Alexandra Timber Tramway and Museum, in Victoria.
1 February 2012
Ancient opalised marine fossils headed for public display at the South Australian Museum
Ancient opalised marine fossils are on public display at the South Australian Museum.
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