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Records Territory : Northern Territory Archives Service newsletter

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Title

Records Territory : Northern Territory Archives Service newsletter

Collection

Records Territory; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2002-03-01

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Notes

Date:2002-03

Language

English

Subject

Northern Territory Archives Service -- Periodicals; Archives -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals; Archives -- Management -- Periodicals

Publisher name

NT Archives Service

Place of publication

Darwin

Volume

no. 25

ISSN

1039-5180

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Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/213228

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/715407

Page content

E C O R D S T E R R I T O R YR6 March 2002 GEORGE Our condolences go to the family and friends of George Brown who passed away 8 January, aged 72, after suffering a stroke six days earlier. George was born in Sydney in 1929 and came to Darwin in 1968 to work in the Botanic Gardens. He was one of Darwins longest-serving mayors (1992-2002) and one of its great characters. Georges memory will be upheld through several collections at NTAS, including an oral history interview recorded in 1990. Tales From The South Pacific The NTAS customer base spread beyond Territory shores in September when the NT government was called on for assistance and advice in establishing the National Archives of Samoa. The NTAS Director, Greg Coleman, took up the challenge and spent three weeks working with staff of the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture at Apia. Greg found that Samoa and the Territory shared much in common when considering the establishment of an archives service including similar climate, geography and population/customer base. Greg worked with Museums and Archives Offi cer, Ulrike Hertel, on preparing draft legislation and a design brief for a National Archives building. Time was also spent processing archives collections and discussing storage arrangements, coordination of agency records management and community access arrangements. While the Samoan government is enthusiastic about the establishment of a National Archives service, funding is the key issue for the future of the Archives, and it is hoped that resources can be allocated soon. For more details on the consultancy, please refer to the PARBICA journal Panorama 4/2001. Farewell lunch for Greg Coleman - Maiava Viiga, Magele L. Isaako, Mose Fulu, Ulrike Hertel Right: Delphina Lee Left: Temokarassi Ama & Luimauna Faatonu The government building in Apia, capital of Samoa NTRS 1974, Darwin Garden Club, Album No 4, Item No 128, George Brown, 35th Birthday lunch, 11 August 1993 GEORGE BROWN


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