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CFA celebrates Reconciliation Week 2020
Recognising Wollongong’s Heritage
Maroondah to celebrate National Reconciliation Week 2020 with online program of activities
Thanking more than 800 of our Council volunteers
Humans coexisted with three-tonne marsupials and lizards as long as cars in ancient Australia
Bringing ancient Sparta back to life during lockdown
Fossil discoveries reveal cause of megafauna extinction
Funding boost for Beechworth Historic Precinct
Fossil discoveries reveal cause of megafauna extinction
Large scale coordinated baiting program for wild dogs carried out in Western NSW
Volunteers vital in supporting Tasmania’s natural and cultural heritage
2020 Tamworth Regional Heritage Award Winners
Chair of Heritage Council Appointed
University, tourism sector partner to ease terrible impact of COVID-19
Supporting Tasmania’s Tourism Industry
Huge global opportunity for Australia’s mineral sands
Tamworth Regional Heritage Awards go online
Summer holidays, affected by lockdown
Slavery entailed spread of epidemics
Ancient DNA paints genetic portrait of Andes civilisations
Clues to pandemic rebounds from past
Improvements to systems after Truman Track overhang removal
Shortlist announced for prestigious Tasmanian book prize
New funding to conserve and protect National Heritage areas
African Skeletons From Early Colonial Mexico Tell Story of First Generation Slaves
Australia marks 250th anniversary of Endeavour’s historic voyage
Importance of cultural burning to CFA
Victoria’s First Aboriginal Member Appointed To VCAT
Designing for place and space
Hazard reduction burns in Werakata National Park
Museum history without having to leave home
Bringing back colour to ancient Egyptian coffins
First meeting of new Council
Sunshine Coast residents praised in COVID-19 quarantine
Timeframe amended for new Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill due to COVID-19
National Museum of Australia launches COVID-19 experiences initiative
Stay, Connect, Create – Council gets creative to deliver online edutainment
Service changes during COVID-19 conditions
Righting Past Wrongs With Stolen Generations Redress
New policy heralds a more inclusive society
A tale of shepherds and helices
Applications open for 2019-2020 Regional Museums Grant Support Program
Saving a language through song
Celebrating Tasmania’s Greek community
Researchers take a new approach to understanding a major source of Minnesota moose decline
Looking after Country Grants recipients announced
A new path for an enduring icon
Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site Management Plan Tabled in Parliament