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Memento : Issue 22
12 memento january 2003 e welcome four new members to our Advisory Council -- Barbara Belcher, Dr Jane Wilson, Tony Rutherford and Paul Santamaria. Barbara Belcher is a First Assistant Secretary in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. She has previously held senior positions in a number of departments including the Department of Human Services and Health. Dr Jane Wilson is a consultant and company director. She is a member of the Medical Board of Queensland, Chair of Horticulture Australia Ltd, Director of IMBcom Ltd, Bligh Ventures Ltd, Nature Australia Ltd and Brisbane Riverfestival, and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Tony Rutherford, a Western Australian senior policy consultant, has held various positions with the Institute of Public Affairs including Director of States' Policy Unit and Editor of IPA Review. Paul Santamaria is a barrister and member of the Victorian Bar Council, Bar Readers Course Committee, Continuing Legal Education Committee, Counsel Committee, and Australian Institute of Advocacy. He is a Senior Instructor for the Victorian Bar Readers Course. Mr Santamaria is the deputy chair of the Advisory Council. These new members bring invaluable experience and expertise in areas such as research, policy, law and business that will assist the Council in its role as an adviser to the Archives and the Minister for the Arts and Sport. Local radio and television journalist Vicki Nangala-Tippett with Phyllis Williams, Director of the Darwin office at the opening of the refurbished facilities. One tropical evening in September guests gathered in the front gardens of our Darwin building to celebrate the launch by Acting Director-General Anne-Marie Schwirtlich of the refurbished facilities. When the building was sold last year, we negotiated with the new owners to remain at Kelsey Crescent, Millner. The time was right for a refurbishment, which includes new research and staff facilities. Guests at the launch were treated to a selection of writings from our collection about the history of the Territory, brought to life by four well-known Darwinites: ABC radio journalist Fred McCue, journalist, author and historian Barbara James, academic and author Professor David Carment, and radio and television journalist Vicki Nangala-Tippett. New digs in Darwin New faces on our Council