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NLA, SLNSW recognised at Museums Australia awards 

5 November 2012

The National Library of Australia (NLA) and the State Library of New South Wales (SLNSW) have won multiple awards in this year’s Museums Australia Multimedia & Publication Design Awards. The...

In brief 

25 September 2012

Renovated Torquay Library reopens The Torquay Library in regional Victoria reopened on 22 September after being closed for renovations for four weeks. According to a statement from the Geelong Regional...

NSW state budget announced 

20 June 2012

The New South Wales state budget has been announced and includes funding to establish ‘experts and resources in the Office of the Small Business Commissioner that will work with small...

Funding boost for NSW State Library 

20 June 2012

The State Library of NSW has received $15.2 million in funding for the next financial year, announced in the NSW State budget on 12 June. Major investments for 2012-2013 include...

National Biography Award worth $25,000 in 2012 

27 September 2011

The State Library of New South Wales has announced that the prize money for the National Biography Award will increase from $20,000 to $25,000 in 2012. Entries for the 2012...

2011 National Biography Award shortlist announced 

12 April 2011

The shortlist for this year's National Biography Award has been announced. The shortlisted titles are:Alan ‘The Red Fox' Reid: Pressman Par Excellence (Ross Fitzgerald & Stephen Holt, UNSW Press)Grand Obsessions:...

Blake Dawson Business Literature Prize shortlist announced 

15 February 2011

The shortlist for this year's Blake Dawson Business Literature Prize has been announced. The shortlisted titles are:Changing Stations: The Story of Australian Commercial Radio (Bridget Griffen-Foley, NSW, UNSW Press)Salts and Suits...

National Biography Award shortlist announced 

2 May 2010

The shortlist for this year's $20,000 National Biography Award has been announced. The shortlisted titles, chosen from a record 62 entries, are: Andrew Fisher: Prime Minister of Australia (David Day,...