The John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library Patron, the Honourable Julia Gillard was awarded a Companion of the Order of Australia on 26 January 2017 for eminent service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly as Prime Minister, through seminal contributions to economic and social development, particularly policy reform in the areas of education, disability care, workplace […]
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January 2017 is the 30th anniversary of the first circumnavigation of Jon Sanders’ 1986 – 1988 non stop voyage. To qualify as a ‘true’ circumnavigation according to the Guinness Book of Records, the sailor must go above the Equator for at least 24 hours. Originally, the voyage was scheduled to turn at Cape Verde located […]
We’re back at work and ready to go for 2017, when we celebrate 50 Years of Innovation for WAIT and Curtin. To mark the occasion, we’ve been looking for some interesting, unique and unexpected items in the library collections. You are invited you to join us each week as we bring you 50 Objects for […]
The John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library will be closed for the Christmas and New Year holidays, from Friday 23 December and reopening Tuesday 3 January.
The December 2016 edition of the JCPML Information Update newsletter is now available. This month’s edition covers: Changing newsletter Ambassador-Designate Richard Andrews visits the JCPML Recommissioning the JCPML cool room 50 Years of Innovation Season’s Greetings
Seventy-five years after he became Prime Minister, Associate Professor Deborah Gare will explore how John Curtin’s actions against conscription in the First World War shaped his approach to Australia’s involvement in the Second. Date: Thursday 17 November 2016 5.45pm for a 6pm start Venue: The Grove Library, cnr Stirling Highway and Leake St Peppermint Grove […]
JCPML00376/115 Curtin Government after Swearing In, October 1941 75 years ago the Curtin government was formed on 7 October 1941. When John Curtin was sworn in as Australia’s 14th Prime Minister, his appointment followed a turbulent period which saw the resignation of two prime ministers in six weeks. Robert Menzies having lost the support of […]
The July 2016 issue of the JCPML Information Update newsletter is now available. In this edition: The 17th JCPML Anniversary Lecture presented by Ms Sally Warhaft Signing the John Curtin Gallery lift
The 2016 JCPML Anniversary Lecture video and pre-prepared speech notes by Ms Sally Warhaft are available on the JCPML website.
The 2016 JCPML Anniversary Lecture will be held on Wednesday 29 June at the John Curtin Gallery. Ms Sally Warhaft will present the lecture titled Curtin’s Call: what our 14th prime minister would make of the federal election campaign. The Honourable Julia Gillard, Patron of the John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library, will give an introduction. […]