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Travel documents - for historians possibly

While clearing a garage recently, we found very well documented details of a New Zealander's travel to over 130 countries starting around 1959. Countries included Communist China, Russia, Middle East, Eastern Europe, Asia, etc

The information includes indexed slides, photo albums, diary scrolls, several cine reels and a NZ newspaper article about him.

Please let us know if anyone in your association are interested in this or direct us to any other organisation you may know of.

Kind Regards Julie Carter 027 453 8430 click here to e-mail

Otago Energy Research Centre

Thursday 1st March 2018, CSAFE, 563 Castle Street

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Brain Awareness Week

Begins Tuesday 6th March - Various locations

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Mozart Masterpieces

Sunday 18th March 2018 - 3pm - Knox Church

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Ageing Well

Wednesday 21st March 2018, Dunedin Public Art Gallery

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Free Training for Not-for-Profit Organisations

Run by the Otago Chamber of Commerce

Starting Wednesday 14th February

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International Women's Day Breakfast Event

Otago Women's Pioneer Hall - Moray Place

Thursday 8th March 2018

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University of Otago - Alumni Events

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University of Otago - Continuing Education

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2018 British Universities Tour - August

Please see the brochure for the UK tour and also for a later tour of Ireland. The tours are especially designed for U3A members in Australia and New Zealand. At least one of our members plans to go.

2018 Summer School in England - August & September

In the setting of Girton College, Cambridge. Please see the brochure

University of Otago Foundation Trust

The Foundation Trust receives and administers donations and bequests made to help advance the interests of the University, its staff and its students. Please click here for the link

University of Otago Open Lectures

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Dunedin Public Art Gallery

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Otago Museum

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Toitu Otago Settlers Museum

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Otago Decorative & Fine Arts Society

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