Early Bird Prices for Congress 2015

The Australasian Congress which is held once every three years, is coming up again in March 2015. And even though it’s just under 12 months away, the organising committee have been busy, and have just released the program, as well as opening up early bird registration as well …

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New South Wales History Week, 7-15 September 2013

New South Wales History Week is back again, and it keeps getting bigger and better. Hosted by the History Council of New South Wales, their aim is to celebrate and advocate history and historians in New South Wales. Running from 7-15 September 2013 and you will be able to go to exhibitions, talks, a symposium, workshops, walking tours, open days and don’t forget the Ball!

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Exodus Conference: Migration to, From and Within the British Isles

Let me tell you about about an event that is on in England in a couple of weeks time (actually only 10 days time according to the countdown on their website), and that is the Exodus Conference. Organised by the Halstead Trust, with this being their 2nd International Genealogy Conference, this year the theme is British Migration: from, to and within the British Isles.

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Diary Date: 12-14 February 2015, RootsTech + FGS

Here’s something for you to diary date. 12-14 February 2015 will be when the BIGGEST genealogy conference to be held in the US will be on, as the FGS committee has announced that they will combine their FGS Conference with RootsTech making it one mighty huge event!

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National Family History Month in Australia and New Zealand

I’m sure all of you know that August 2013 (yes, right now) is National Family History Month in Australia and New Zealand. Anyway if this is news to you, never fear as there are still another two whole weeks of the month left to participate, and enjoy.

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Ballarat History and Genealogy Exhibition – 3rd May 2013

If you love genealogy and are going to be in the Ballarat region around the latter part of next week you’ll be interested to know about the Ballarat History and Genealogy Exhibition that is being held next Friday (3rd May 2013).

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Australia’s National Family History Week becomes National Family History Month

In a BIG announcement made last week, the 2013 National Family History Week will be trialed as a month long initiative! So it’s now National Family History Month (NFHM)! It’s no surprise to us that family history and genealogy is one of the most popular hobbies around the world, and why wouldn’t it be when your own family history is far more interesting that fiction!

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A Few Highlights from the RootsTech Exhibitors

RootsTech was a few weeks ago already and I want to tell you about a few of the smaller (less well-known) exhibitors that I saw while I was there.

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Blinco Family Reunion & Book Launch, 13th April 2013

A family reunion for the Blinco family is planned at Point Walter, Bicton on Saturday, 13th April 2013. The Perth branch of the family descend from Henry Blinco and his wives Eliza (nee Hinds) and Martha (nee Stallard).

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Shake Your Family Tree Day – Tuesday 16 April 2013

Shake Your Family Tree Day is a day to celebrate your heritage at the National Archives of Australia’s open day, which is on Tuesday, 16 April 2013. Each year the NAA offers a day of speakers, seminars, expert advice and resources to inspire you to delve into your family history. Some states are offering tours through the archives, so if you get the chance, DO NOT MISS THAT!

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Meeting the Suppliers at RootsTech 2013

RootsTech, is not only the the world’s largest genealogy-tech related conference, but it is also now officially the largest genie conference in the US with the latest figures quoting around 6800 people who were registered (which doesn’t include the 1700 12-17 year olds who came on Saturday). RootsTech was held over three days last week […]

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RootsTech 2013

One of the mega genealogy events of the year is about to kick off later this week, and that is RootsTech. Held over three days (Thursday, Friday & Saturday), this event is the second largest genealogy event in the world, with currently over 5000 people registered to attend. So why am I bothering to tell you about an event that on in the other side of the world?

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14th Australasian Congress 2015 Calls for Speakers

The 14th Congress is being held in Canberra on the 26-30 March 2015 and the Heraldry & Genealogy Society of Canberra are playing hosts and organisers. Even though it is 2 years away their organising Committee are already hard at work planning, and have recently put the call out for speakers. So if you would be interested in being a presenter at Congress, read the details.

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