Healthcare in Newcastle 1817-2017 – hosted by Hunter Postgraduate Medical Institute, 11 November, 2017

Pharmacy, Royal Newcastle Hospital. Courtesy Cultural Collections Thanks to Hunter Postgraduate Medical Institute (HPMI)  for sharing the following video presentations of ‘A Hospital in Newcastle 1817-2017’ one-day seminar at HMRI on 11 November, 2017. The following presentation Videos and PDF’s are available at the HPMI website – VIEW HERE THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE & THE … More Healthcare in Newcastle 1817-2017 – hosted by Hunter Postgraduate Medical Institute, 11 November, 2017

Indexes to the Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Australian Historical Society

Just to make it a little more easier searching for titles of articles published in the Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Australian Historical Society we have linked to an online index of articles and abstracts Vol 1 (1901) – Vol 90 (2004) – http://www2.rahs.org.au/RAHS%20Mastersite/jrahs.htm And digitised an index of Articles, Authors, and Illustrations, contained … More Indexes to the Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Australian Historical Society

The Store: a Co-operative Phenomenon by the Newcastle Printmakers Workshop (1988)

The complete work documenting the historic legacy of The Store, and a 1988 exhibition created by The Newcastle Printmakers Workshop in the Newcastle Regional Museum is now online. We thank the Newcastle Printmakers Workshop for permission to share the full digital scan of the entire work freely to the wider community. The Store : a … More The Store: a Co-operative Phenomenon by the Newcastle Printmakers Workshop (1988)

DIY Newcastle East Women’s History Walk​

This DIY history walk was researched by Jude Conway, on the suggestion of the Newcastle women’s group AWE and the Gender, Generation and Culture Network at the University of Newcastle. The walk tells stories of Awabakal women, the first Newcastle women’s surf club in 1908 and International Women’s Day marches. Some of the women highlighted … More DIY Newcastle East Women’s History Walk​

Newcastle Recreation Reserve under consideration for State Heritage Register of NSW

A nomination to have ‘Newcastle Recreation Reserve’ (also known at King Edward Park) is currently on public exhibition for consideration to the State Heritage Register of  NSW. In 2012 a small dedicated group the ‘Government Domain committee’ submitted a State Heritage Register (SHR) nomination to the Office of Environment and Heritage. The Heritage Council of … More Newcastle Recreation Reserve under consideration for State Heritage Register of NSW