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Memento : Issue 26
at the faces Animal trainer Steve Austin with Batman the cat, Bodie the Border Collie and Tony the Jack Russell. They performed to a rapt audience at a special event held during our exhibition It’s a Dog’s Life. Customs learner pup Lacey has a tug-of-war with a visitor at the working dog demonstrations held at the Archives in February. Rob De Castella, who lost his home in the 2003 Canberra bushfires, talked about the importance of archives in a special Australia Day celebration screened on Channel 10. Rob was one of five former Australians of the Year featured in the program and was filmed at the National Archives in Canberra. At the official opening of the new Brisbane office, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister and Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, the Hon. Gary Hardgrave (left) with the Chair of our Advisory Council, Paul Santamaria (see story on p. 6).