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Due to planned maintenance, a number of eresources will be unavailable on Sunday 19 August. This includes Ancestry Library Edition, Ebooks and ProQuest.

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Beyond Ancestry and FindMyPast - Family History Month

The State Library of NSW has a range of online resources that allow you to continue your journey of discovery from home.

Mary Poppins: from page to screen

The 1934 publication of Mary Poppins launched the career of her Australian born creator, P. L. Travers.

European mapping and documentation of Indigenous languages

We delve into the collection to find some of the earliest European attempts to show the distribution of Aboriginal languages spoken across Australia.

Making the family skeleton dance

Researching family history is an immensely rewarding endeavour. At a certain point however, many researchers arrive at an important question: What next?

The alternative lifestyle movement in the 1980s

Recently digitised -  Photography by Roger Marchant

The Hills are alive

Library Council recently visited The Hills Shire Library service

Australia's Early Sovereigns - coins from the Sir William Dixson collection

Learn how a lack of coinage led to a great deal of confusion in the early years of the colony.

FAR Out! Treasures to the Bush

Learning program touring schools in the Armidale region.

Ewe never know what you'll find in the library

The sun was shining for the opening of the new Merriwa Library

Company archives at the Library

Discover business insights and rich social history in our special collections. 

What's new in Term 3 for teachers?

Find out what's new at the Library for teachers and students in Term 3.

Plunkett Street Art Around the Library

Plunkett Street Public School students  respond to the Library collection.