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Memento : Issue 25
12 MEMENTO News from the National Archives at the Executive Director Jan Ferguson (Policy & Planning, SA Department of Administrative & Information Services) and Director-General Ross Gibbs at the Beacons by the Sea: Stories of Australian Lighthouses exhibition opening in Adelaide. Congratulations to Nicola Connell, a Year 10 student from St Francis Xavier College, ACT, a winner in last year's National History Challenge. Her essay Conflicts and Resolutions Arising from the Petrov Defections won the Archives sponsored category for best use of primary sources. Nicola's winning essay is on our website at www.naa.gov.au/ education/challenge.html. Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam (accompanied by his former press secretary Graham Freudenberg) was special guest speaker at our December media briefing when journalists were given embargoed access to the 1973 Cabinet papers. faces Aboriginal storyteller, writer and performer Boori 'Monty' Pryor spoke to an enraptured audience at the Archives in Canberra last October about his life experiences.