Trust News May 2014

In this edition of Trust News, sharing war wounds, the formidable legacies of those who survived WWI are under a new spotlight as the centenary of the first departure of troops approaches

Cablegrams and conversations between Churchill and Curtin are revealed from an unassuming Canberra bunker, while the consequences of Smartphone ‘sexting’ emerges for teenagers in a National Trust courtroom. We take a look at the new restoration of Sir Don Bradman’s boyhood home as well as ghostly goings-on at Old Government House in Parramatta, while sharing Aboriginal culture at National Trust properties in Victoria takes giant steps forward. A preview too of a breathtaking exhibition at Melbourne’s Rippon Lee as the fashion of weddings takes centre stage.


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