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  • AU PMB MS 668
  • Collection
  • 1922 - 1946

See PMB 664 for full entry.The documents are inventoried on pp.375-6 of the Journal de la Societe des Oceanistes, vol.25, December 1969. The inventory, with annotations, is reproduced on the film. The documents comprise mission statistics and re...

Societe des Missionnaires Du Sacre-Coeur: Vicariate Apostolic of Papua


  • AU PMB MS 1085
  • Collection
  • 1959-1995

This peak council of trade unions in Fiji was formed on 29 Sep 1951 as the Fiji Industrial Workers' Congress. The present name was adopted in October 1966. The Congress has had a relatively stable administration: the first honorary Secretary ...

Fiji Trades Union Congress


  • AU PMB MS 1117
  • Collection
  • 1969-1995

The Papua New Guinea Trade Union Congress is the national trade union centre of Papua New Guinea. It originates from meetings of PNG workers' associations held in Madang and Lae from 1964. It was not until December 1969 that the Federation of...

Papua New Guinea Trade Union Congress


  • AU PMB MS 1120
  • Collection
  • 1905-1982

French Marists first reached the Solomon Islands in 1845. A decade on, the losses of this expedition were great: San Cristobel, Woodlark, Umboi and Tikopia had all been abandoned; nine missionaries were dead. Under the auspices of the Oceania Mari...

Catholic Archdiocese of Honiara


  • AU PMB MS 1187
  • Collection
  • 1975-2000

The Solomon Islands General Workers Union (SIGWU), later known as the Solomon Islands National Union of Workers (SINUW), was founded by Bart Ulufa'alu and registered on 17 June 1975. Solomon Islands trade unions ran into immediate difficultie...

Solomon Islands National Union of Workers


  • AU PMB MS 1200
  • Collection
  • 1890-1941

The Constitution Act, which established the Federal Parliament, passed on 5 June 1891, provided for: 1. The local government of each island; 2. The constitution of the General Council for the Cook Islands which was styled “the Parliament” of the C...

Cook Islands Federation and New Zealand Administration

Archives and press cuttings

  • AU PMB MS 1163
  • Collection
  • 1970-1997

The Union is the oldest and most successful of the blue collar unions in PNG. The union had its origins in the ethnically based welfare societies formed in Port Moresby in the late 1950s. Waterside workers were also active in the PNG Workers’ Asso...

Papua New Guinea Maritime Workers Industrial Union

Archives documenting missions in Papua New Guinea and West Papua.

  • AU PMB MS 1299
  • Collection
  • 1931-1992

Charles Karius and Ivan Champion crossed from the Sepik to the Fly River in 1928 stimulating students of the non-denominational Melbourne Bible Institute (MBI) to become interested in missionary work in the upper reaches of the Fly River and its t...

Unevangelised Fields Mission / Asia-Pacific Christian Mission

Archives of the Cook Islands Christian Church

  • AU PMB MS 1410
  • Collection
  • 1849-2013

This collection includes copies of London Missionary Society birth records from 1849 – 1951, Minutes of the Cook Islands Christian Church General Assembly 1950-1972, Baptism and Burial Records Avarua Church 1977-1987, Baptism, Marriage and Burial ...

Cook Islands Christian Church

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