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Britannica Library

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Clue Detective Puzzle Agency

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Britannica Library

Britannica Library is divided into three sections - Children, Teens and Adults. Access encyclopedia articles, Britannica-approved websites, journals and magazines, multimedia, compare countries, atlas, thousands of biographies and other learning materials. Save and share articles, images and videos in a personal account with My Britannica.

Clue Detective Puzzle Agency

Solving puzzles on a regular basis is highly beneficial for improving and maintain good brain health. The Clue Detective's Online Puzzles Portal makes it very easy to access great intellectually stimulating games online, using your PC, laptop, iPad or print them out to solve them in the traditional way.

  • Access Clue Detective Puzzle Agency
  • Select Goldfields Libraries from the Library list (towards the top), enter your library borrower number and your pin
  • Press the Login button
  • Click on Online Puzzle Portal in the top menu
  • Scroll down to select a puzzle
  

Law Help Guide

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TaxSmart Australia

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Law Help Guide

A guide to help Victorians find the right help for their problem. It covers Ombudsmen, free or low-cost legal services and private lawyers.

TaxSmart

TaxSmart Australia has been developed for today's business decision maker. Whether your business has a little or a lot of money to play with, discipline and a smart approach will ensure it reaches its full potential.

 

The Law Handbook

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Trove

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The Law Handbook

Online version of Legal Aid's easy to use handbook. A great place to start if you have questions about the law.

Trove

Trove is created and maintained by the National Library of Australia, and brings together content from Australian libraries, museums, archives and other research organisations and gives you tools to explore and build.

What do I call the Judge?

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What do I call the Judge?

This guide makes it easy to know what to call a judge, magistrate or tribunal member when you are speaking or writing to them. Developed for both the public and the profession in consultation with the courts, it is the first guide of its type in Victoria.

 

 

Other Recommended Websites

  • Bartleby
    The encyclopedia of world history and Harvard classics
  • Everyday Law
  • Australasian Legal Information Institute
    AustLII is Australia's most popular online free-access resource for Australian legal information, serving the needs of a multitude of users with over 700,000 hits daily. AustLII is a joint facility of the UTS and UNSW Faculties of Law. 

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Can be used anywhere online 24/7 without a library card. Can be used anywhere online 24/7 without a library card. Can be used anywhere online 24/7 with your library card number and pin. Can be used anywhere online 24/7 with your library card number and pin. Only available when using a library computer or when connected to the library wi-fi. May require your library card number and pin. Only available when using a library computer or when connected to the library wi-fi. May require your library card number and pin.

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