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St. Andrew's Uniting Church in Campbell Town, Tasmania, was built in 1847 as a Presbyterian Church. It is in the Victorian Gothic Revival style complete with an iron gabled roof, castellated parapet, clock mouldings, lancet windows, and a square…

A newspaper article on page 11 of the Launceston newspaper Examiner on 1 July, 1948. The article gives the results of the finals of the local Y.M.C.A. basketball competition in which teams played for the Viking Cup. The connection between Vikings and…

An article on page 2 of the Launceston newspaper the Examiner on September 2, 1908. The anonymous public interest article reports on the recent excavation of the Oseberg ship in Norway. The article describes the ninth-century burial ship, found under…

A newspaper article on the front page of the Launceston newspaper Examiner on 26 July, 1949. The article reports on the voyage of the replica galley ‘Hugin’ from Denmark on its journey to Broadstairs in Kent, England. The Hugin had a crew of…

A short article with photograph on page 22 of the Hobart newspaper ‘The Mercury’ on September 5, 1953. The article reports the recent activities of the World War Two Norwegian resistance hero Lief Larsen. The article describes Larsen as a…