National Archives of Australia


Children’s stories fit for a prince

Issue 11 July 2013

What to buy for a royal baby? We look at the options considered for Australia's gift to Prince William in 1982. Continue reading

Hackers get creative with Archives data

Issue 11 July 2013

A look at GovHack 2013, where hackers across Australia put a new spin on the Archives' passenger arrivals data. Continue reading

Drowning in information? Navigating the digital age through collaboration and change

Issue 11 July 2013

During Information Management Month, Director-General David Fricker reflected on the role of the Archives in an age that threatens ‘information overload’. Continue reading

In brief: Issue 11

Issue 11 July 2013

Constitution Day speakers forum asks who cares about the Constitution, an online network for Indigenous research, the latest exhibitions news, and more. Continue reading

In brief: Issue 10

Issue 10 April 2013

Forced Adoptions project, hundreds of family historians attend Shake Your Family Tree events, the latest exhibitions and events news, and more. Continue reading

Out of the Cabinet: the news is brought to you by…

Issue 9 January 2013

Using recently released 1984 and 1985 Cabinet records, Philip O’Brien reveals the Hawke government considered ads on the ABC and other controversial changes to the national broadcaster. Continue reading

There’s no such thing as the paperless office … or is there?

Issue 8 October 2012

Find out about the brave new world of archives in a digital age, according to Director-General of the National Archives of Australia, David Fricker. Continue reading

The Australian Ballet in pictures

Issue 8 October 2012

We celebrate 50 years of The Australian Ballet by delving into the Archives' photographic collection. Continue reading

Everybody’s tweeting about … archives?

Issue 8 October 2012

The Twittersphere was abuzz with archives in August this year as the International Council on Archives Congress unfolded in Brisbane. Continue reading

In brief: Issue 8

Issue 8 October 2012

News and information from the Archives. Continue reading