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Search articles and information on a wide range of subjects. Great for research and study.
An authoritative and well-designed online encyclopedia that incorporates the World Book and Student Discovery Encyclopedias.
The largest collection of articles from Australian and NZ newspapers and magazines, periodicals, newswires and reference books including the Gold Coast Bulletin.
A wealth of information on a wide range of topics, including business, health, education, general science, foreign affairs and multicultural issues.
Trace your ancestors using billions of records. Usually accessible in libraries on our public access PCs. Currently also available at home.
Discover your family's military past with a huge range of Commonwealth and United States military records. Includes stories, photos and personal documents.
One of the largest, most internationally-diverse genealogy databases. Includes billions of documents from more than 48 countries.
Search and view millions of records from Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Ireland, Papua New Guinea and Pacific Islands. Access only on public access PCs in our libraries.
Index of death notices appearing in Australian newspapers. From the Sydney Gazette of 1803 up to newspaper publications published within the last week.
A complete, searchable archive of American Vogue. From the first issue in 1892 to the current month, reproduced in high-resolution colour page images.
Comprehensive information on art, design and architecture. Includes visual and applied art, modern and contemporary art, design, craft and art history. From 1973 to present.
Explore the city as it was in the past with our Gold Coast Libraries Historypin channel. Browse historical images and stories, including on our map.
View the complete archive of the National Geographic Magazine, with every page of every issue from 1888 to the current edition.
Topics include physics, engineering, astronomy, biology, earth science and chemistry. Whatever you're researching, be guided to the information you need.
GREENR features a wealth of research on sustainability and the environment including topics from global warming to economic development.
Our searchable site for all plant and animal species known to occur on the Gold Coast, including detailed species information and mapping tools.
Includes articles on topics such as business conditions, management techniques, management theory and corporate strategies.
The largest collection of articles from Australian and NZ newspapers, magazines, journals and reference books - titles include the Australian Financial Review, The Age and Fast Company.
A wide range of information including accounting, commercial law, corporate governance, e-business, economics, human resources and marketing.
The National Construction Code contains technical requirements for the design, construction and performance of buildings and other structures in Australia.
Definitions for Australian legal terms and links to related concepts and areas of law. Offers a comprehensive range of core legal content, written by experts.
A comprehensive legal resource, written in plain English, designed to help you deal with your legal problems.
A useful tool for librarians and students of librarianship. It contains access to the full text of hundreds of journals and monographs in library and information studies, and indexing for hundreds more.
Our monthly eNewsletter is a great way to stay in touch with Gold Coast Libraries and find out what's happening across your library service.