Ryerson Index Hits 5 Million Australian Death and Obituary Records

Ryerson Index Hits 5 Million Australian Death and Obituary Records

  Anyone who has been researching Australian records for a while will know about the Ryerson Index, and just how valuable it is. After all it is the most comprehensive index to death notices and obituaries in Australian newspapers.  www.ryersonindex.org The Ryerson Index is an index of death notices appearing in current Australian newspapers, it […]See all stories on this topic

Update on Historic Scotland/RCAHMS merger

From Historic Environment Scotland, the new organisation being created by the merger of Historic Scotland and RCAHMS:Historic Environment Scotland Board ProgressSince its establishment in February, the HES Board, led by Jane Ryder OBE, is making good progress with the creation of the new organisation. The Board has been focussing on what is essential for 1st October when HES takes full powers, including all staff being transferred to the single body, agreeing the governance framework with the ScSee all stories on this topic

Death Certificates and Archaic Medical Terms (2nd Edition)

DEATH CERTIFICATES AND ARCHAIC MEDICAL TERMS (2nd Edition) Author: Helen V. Smith ISBN: 9781925323269 Year: 2015 Item Code: UTP0181 Printed Book: paperback, 64 pages, AU$15.00 more information Ebook: download, $9.95 more information The book is also available from the following overseas resellers: My History (England) Maia’s Books (USA) Global Genealogy (Canada) Family historians ‘love’ certificates, […]See all stories on this topic

How to safely handle archive and library collections

The National Library of Scotland (www.nls.uk) has uploaded a useful video that will be of use to all archive and library users concerning best practice for the consultation of collections materials.Entitled How to Safely Handle our Collections, the recording is just over 6 minutes long and can be viewed at https://youtu.be/yRDAaO5nIng – it is also embedded below:(With thanks to @NatLibScot)ChrisFor details on my genealogy guide books, including my recently released Discover Irish Land Records aSee all stories on this topic

9 August 2016, Australia’s Next Census

Where will you be on Tuesday, 9 August 2016? The Australian Government wants to know, as that is census night. Australia has a long and proud history of Census taking. Since the first national census in 1911, census data has played an important role in charting Australia’s history and shaping its future. Held roughly every […]See all stories on this topic

A Social Entrepreneur is a change agent combining the business and non-profit worlds to bring social change.

A key to the ultimate success of social entrepreneurship is the creation of an innovative new technology for helping with an existing global problem. As the lack of proper nutrition has become epidemic in both industrialized and developing countries, the supplementation of essential nutrients has become a critical strategy for protecting health.

Until recently, synthetically made vitamins and inorganic minerals have provided the only source for standardized levels of these essential nutrients. Synthetic vitamins are made from coal tar or petroleum; and due to their low cost they are the primary choice of manufacturers of both nutritional supplements and enriched foods. Inorganic minerals, either mined or by-products of a chemical process, also provide an inexpensive source for supplementation, but do not have the solubility of minerals found in food.

Mannatech has created a solution with the PhytoBlend powder.

Based on Real Food Technology solutions, PhytoBlend powder can help provide children with their daily nutritional needs and, most importantly, help combat the devastating effects of malnutrition. Since PhytoBlend powder is synthetic free and contains nutrients from natural plant sources, children can now get standardized and nutritionally effective amounts of vitamins and minerals from Real Food Technology solutions in a way that has never been possible before. Its powder form makes it flexible in use, providing a practical and easy way to make any meal nutritious. The ready-to-use powder complex can be added to virtually any meal, and with a serving size of 0.75 grams (0.23 teaspoons), children will hardly realize they are eating a nutritious meal. Now every child can get the nutrient support they deserve.

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