Investor leadership sends a strong message

Prominent Australian archaeologists are praising the actions of shareholders to hold Rio Tinto to account for the blasting activity that decimated 46,000 year-old Aboriginal rock shelters […]

PoWs drew comfort from art

Between the arrival of pearl divers and war brides – long after Japanese performers toured Australia 150 years ago – an untold chapter of World War […]

Medieval texts reveal false Royal Navy origins

England’s proud maritime history credits Alfred the Great as having established the Royal Navy but evidence from medieval text uncovered by Flinders University researchers show this […]

Warnings on Pilbara and other heritage sites

Destruction of important heritage sites in mining areas of Australia could happen again, Flinders University experts warn. They say ‘routine destruction’ of Aboriginal and Torres Strait […]

Voyages très extraordinaires of French discovery

Early French voyages, led by commanders like Baudin, Bougainville, Lapérouse, D’Entrecasteaux, Freycinet, Duperrey and Dumont d’Urville, were the first to name, describe and beautifully illustrate many […]