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Memento : Issue 30
16 MEMENTO News from the National Archives Australian Idol's Hayley Jensen (right) with Jennifer Partridge at Australia's Biggest Morning Tea held at the National Archives in Canberra. Chris and Sarah from the FM104.7 breakfast show joined Hayley to host the event and raise funds for the Cancer Council. Archives' staff were joined by nearby office workers and together raised $1,151. faces at the Archives faces at the Archives faces Attending the launch of Russian Anzacs in Australian History at the Archives in Canberra (left to right), UNSW Press managing director Dr Robin Derricourt, author Dr Elena Govor, and historian Dr Michael McKernan. Published by UNSW Press in association with the National Archives of Australia, Russian Anzacs retails for $44.95 and can be purchased through our website at www.naa.gov.au, by phoning (02) 6212 3609 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Photograph The Canberra Times Residents of Nowra and surrounding districts turned out in force to attend a joint seminar by the National Archives and State Records NSW as part of the New South Wales Heritage Festival. Members of the active Shoalhaven Historical Society and Shoalhaven Family History Society, who jointly hosted the event, found out just how easy it is to access archival records. Shoalhaven Mayor, Councillor Greg Watson officially opened the seminar. Prolific and sometimes controversial broadcaster, writer and filmmaker, and one of Australia's 100 Living Treasures, Phillip Adams spoke to a packed Speakers Corner audience about the demise of truth in daily news. It was a joy to hear that mellifluous voice as he mounted a compelling argument as to why we can no longer trust what we hear and read.