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Exchanging Knowledge about Pacific material culture

In September I ran a Knowledge Exchange workshop as part of National Museums Scotland’s national programme. The workshop ‘An Introduction to Pacific Collections’ was aimed at other museum and heritage professionals in Scotland who care for Pacific collections. 791 more words


Today in World History: November 24th

Tasmania, an island in the south Pacific Ocean and part of Australia, was discovered by a Dutch explorer in 1642. Abel Tasman, who the island is named after, was also the discoverer of New Zealand. 25 more words


Day 327 - Year 3

Day 327 – Year 3 – La Perouse, New South Wales, Australia

And the ‘French Shore’ aspect of Sydney comes to life in this one! 14 more words


Hiking the Nature Track Circuit in the Blue Mountains

Yesterday Luke, my dad, Luke’s dad and myself decided to drive out to the Blue Mountains for a bit of hiking – or bushwalking as it is better known in Australia. 175 more words

Hiking And Walking

Day 326 - Year 3

Day 326 – Year 3 – Leichhardt, New South Wales, Australia

The Little Italy of Sydney, apparently! 12 more words


Gimcracks and knickknacks

or: a girl’s paradise

An entire shop full of trinkets against a background of pink wall cloth and a tiger-like stripe pattern on the floor: a truly mouth-watering temptation! 68 more words


Is New Zealand Spying on Citizens? Greenwald vs Key

by Seamus

You may think New Zealand, or Aotearoa (it is most well-known Maori name) is full of greenery, sheep, rugby players, Hobbits and protected by Gandalf. 461 more words