Monthly Archives: May, 2011
Revisit the good old days of school banking, when you took your 50 cent coin tied in a hanky and your well-thumbed passbook into the classroom every Monday, finally amassing a huge sum by the end of high school. Hopefully you didn’t spend it all at once, but even if you did, enjoy some nostalgia […]
On Thursday 19 May Keeper of Public Records Justine Heazlewood and President of the Public Records Advisory Council Peter Harmsworth presented the 2011 Sir Rupert Hamer Records Management Awards. The awards, now in their 13th year, recognise excellence and innovation in records management within the Victorian Public Sector, and seek to highlight the importance of […]
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Comment on recordkeeping standards in development on the Recordkeeping Standards blog.
Imagine what could have been at Missing the Mark, a new exhibition from the collection of Public Record Office Victoria that explores the curious entries of the Victorian Government’s 1978 Melbourne Landmark Ideas Competition. | Media release
Premier and Minister for the Arts Ted Baillieu has announced funding for the continuation of the Local History Grants Program and Victorian Community History Awards. | Read more