Heritage in Trust July 2018

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This issue features an article by Amy Jarvis and Jack Dunstan of the ANU Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Trail. It also includes notice of the AGM, which is on 18 October with guest speaker Dr Sherene Suchy who will talk on “Three P’s for Estates: Planning, Provenance and
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My Culture, My Story: Elizabeth Hart (nee Coppock)

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When I was born in Alice Springs on the 25th of July 1942 my father had to show identification before being allowed to see Mum and me as the hospital was under Military control. My family lived at various mining sites in Central Australia before settling on Dad’s block, Gibeanie
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My Culture, My Story: Neila Boyle (Ivanetz)

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My name is Neila Boyle (Ivanetz) and I consider myself a real Territorian, having been bred and born here in Katherine. Both of my parents are White Russians who came to Australia to escape the turmoil in their Country. A number of other Russian families settled in this area and
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Message from the President

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Pine Creek & Katherine Trip by Trevor Horman After a 7:00 AM start, we first visited Pine Creek Repeater Station where we were met by our Museum attendant, Kevin “Bunji” Shaw.  Bunji proudly showed us the extensive displays in the Museum. He also showed us the remedial works that had been performed on
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Message from the President

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We now have the challenge of removing the lighter parts of the foliage before the leaves drop off which, should be started straight away.
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Thank You from Larrakeyah Branch

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Our Anna has decided to retire from Afternoon Tea at Burnett House and we are still looking for a volunteer coordinator to oversee this important fundraiser that assists our efforts in maintaining Heritage properties. If you know of a willing volunteer who would like to manage this task, we would love to hear from you!
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Heritage in Trust March 2018

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This issue features an article about the railway that ran through Reid.
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Speaker’s Night Summary

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“After the bombing…what?  A Journey to Peace & Reconciliation”     One strand of Darwin’s multiple histories of the post-war journey centres on the Darwin Memorial Uniting Church and the involvement with the church of the Fujita family whose company salvaged 6 of the bombed wrecks in the harbour in 1959.
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eNews Publication – Special Edition 2018

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Trust Issue 3

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Welcome to Trust Issue 3. Fanny Balbuk Yooreel is a name I don’t think any of you will forget after reading our story in this issue, but it’s one far too many of us will never have heard of. Born in 1840, this traditional Swan River woman lived through the
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eNews Publication – December Edition 2017

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eNews Publication – November Edition 2017

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Heritage in Trust November 2017

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This issue features Blundells and Cooma Cottage and announces the National Trust ACT Heritage Award winners, as well as the usual information about events past and coming up…
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Heritage in Trust July 2017

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This edition focuses on the protection, history, rare and importance of trees.
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eNews Publication – October Edition 2017

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eNews Publication – September Edition 2017

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WA News February 2017

Trust News WA Feb 2017

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NSIDE THIS ISSUE: 2 PERSPECTIVES Having a Voice: new funding brings Fanny Balbuk Yooreel to the Heritage Festival, CEO Message, Heritage Watch, and Quite a serve from the Artillery Drill Hall. 6 INNOVATION National Trust welcomes lead role in Sunset Heritage Precinct future, Inaugural 2017 Prelude Composer in Residence at
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