National Archives of Australia

Posts Tagged as: preservation

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

Doctor Who’s underwater menace: exterminated?

Issue 6 April 2012

Censored scenes from a 1960s Doctor Who episode have been unearthed from the Archives to be reunited with the original footage held in England. Continue reading

In brief: Issue 5

Issue 5 January 2012

News and information from the Archives. Continue reading

Traversing Antarctica: the Australian experience

Issue 4 October 2011

The behind-the-scenes contribution of Archives staff in developing an exciting new exhibition. Continue reading

Gwalwa Daraniki: land rights struggle on record

Issue 3 June 2011

The story of the 1972 Larrakia petition – one of the most important documents in the history of Indigenous Australians’ struggle for land rights. Continue reading

Unearthed Griffin treasure returned to the Archives

Issue 3 July 2011

An insight into the rediscovery of a Marion Mahony Griffin drawing and its reunion with the other Griffin artworks held by the Archives. Continue reading

In brief: Issue 3

Issue 3 July 2011

News and information from the Archives. Continue reading