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Last Updated on Saturday, 19 April 2014 12:12
WAGS Forums are Alive and Well
The forums have been re-birthed in a different format.
The content is all there, now on one page instead of one each for WAGS & SIG's topics. We still have the sub-groups & topics are the same as they were previously. All posting records are there. Click on the "Forums" menu item above
Last Updated on Saturday, 12 April 2014 16:03
We will be adding podcasts of interest to Genealogists to this page as they become available.
Some of these will be WAGS own podcasts, others featuring WAGS members, and some from other sources that attract our attention as being of interest to family historians.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 April 2014 17:32
Message from the President - It is my pleasure to announce that the WAGS website (wags.org.au) has won the Geoff Riggs Award 2013 from the Federation of Family History Societies (UK).
Congratulations to Chris Loudon, our webmaster, and all the members who help to update the website. WAGS is the winner of the Large Society category as well as being declared Overall Winner.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 April 2014 23:26
AGM on 26 April at WAGS - click here for flyer
AGM on 27 April at WAGS
+ SRP Annual Pioneer Dinner on 31 May at Parmelia Hilton Hotel - booking required - click here for flyer
Last Updated on Friday, 28 March 2014 11:53
The March-April Issue of Inside History Magazine has an article on WAGS.
The item, in interview style with WAGS President Liana Fitzpatrick, features the WA historical context and highlights two of our current projects, the Western Australian Lonely Graves and the Gallipoli dead from Western Australia.
At the end of the WAGS Computer Group meeting on Saturday 8th March 2014, CIG attendees and visitors from the Western Australian Special Interest Group, plus some especially invited members, were given a demonstration of the new WAGS web project:
11th Battalion A.I.F. - Cheops Pyramid website
Last Updated on Monday, 17 March 2014 09:10