A Hobart solicitor was able to build his scientific reputation by trading the remains of Tasmanian Aboriginal people, a Cambridge study reveals.
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A new collaboration between Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Digital Collections and Google Arts & Culture is set to bring a rich collection of historic Queensland photographs to global audiences.
Ever wondered what some of Central Queensland’s iconic stations and newly established towns were really like in the nineteenth century? The recently published, Capricorn drover, could give you an idea.
Over 800 visitors from Southeast Queensland recently flocked to the Stonehouse Open Day Weekend, captivated by the rough-hewn stone buildings, magnificent draught horses, and an array of talented performers that brought the past to life.
The Farmall tractor, loved by generations of farmers and collectors, will celebrate its centenary in country NSW this weekend.
Indigenous community members gathered at the site of British contact to mark the return of Kamay spears to traditional owners, 252 years after they were stolen.
A new book by a Sydney academic explores the similarities between Australia's response to the Bubonic Plague in 1900 and COVID-19.
The remains of an ancient sea scorpion discovered in Queensland proves 1920s Premier Ted Theodore may have been right about the area's wetland potential.