Thursday, March 23, 2017
LaTrobe University is celebrating it's 50th anniversary in 2017. It was inaugurated on International Women’s Day March 8, 1967, when the Governor, Sir Rohan Delacombe, installed the first Chancellor, Sir Archibald Glenn, and the Premier, Sir Henry Bolte, declared the university open. As part of its celebrations and looking back at its successes and accomplishments, the University launched it's "Square the Ledger" Project last week. This is a project to find and recognise women associated with the University who has made a contribution to the community, social, cultural, political or economically. Please consider nominating via the online form by June 8
Monday, January 23, 2017
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
A new title for the Local History Collection at Diamond Valley Library: The Old Borough was good enough: the Greensborough SundaySchool Empire Honour Roll 1914-1919 and other servicemen from both World Warswas compiled by Bryan Henderson after his search for the missing Greensborough Sunday School Empire Honour Roll and his interest in local Methodist boys who enlisted in World War One.
The Roll was located at the Greensborough RSL and will be hung when renovations are complete.
This book profiles over 30 Greensborough WW1 enlistments in addition to nine gentlemen who served in World War 2 along with notes on related battalions, maps and photos.