Skip to content
Environment, General News

DIARY ALERT – MEDIA CALL – Valerie Taylor: An Underwater Life exhibition opens

Australian National Maritime Museum < 1 mins read
Valerie Taylor title

DIARY ALERT – MEDIA CALL

Valerie Taylor: An Underwater Life
Thursday November 30
10.30-12pm
2 Murray Street


-

 

Valerie Taylor

Interview Talent – Valerie Taylor

Valerie Taylor has recorded the marine environment and shared her knowledge with the public for over 60 years, staunchly advocating for better protection of the ocean, its animals, and their habitats.

Celebrated globally, Valerie has become one of the most iconic underwater storytellers, shark researchers and conservationists and paved the way for future generations of divers, filmmakers, and environmentalists.

Valerie has donated an extensive archive of her images and objects to the National Maritime Collection and it is from this collection that Valerie Taylor: An Underwater Life is based. It showcases the work of Valerie and her late husband Ron and their significant contributions to marine conservation, diving and underwater filming.

Parking available.

To attend please contact:

Steve Riethoff                    e:  steve.riethoff@sea.museum           m: 0417 047 837

Media

More from this category

  • General News
  • 24/07/2024
  • 06:00
eSafety Commissioner

Tech giants to face uncomfortable truths as eSafety compels them to lift their game tackling child abuse

Australia’s eSafety Commissioner has issued legal notices to tech giants including Apple, Google, Meta and Microsoft, requiring the companies to report to the regulator every six months about measures they have in place to tackle online child sexual abuse. Issued under Australia’s Online Safety Act, notices were also sent to services Discord, Snap, Skype andWhatsApp and require all recipients to explain how they are tackling child abuse material, livestreamed abuse, online grooming, sexual extortion and where applicable the production of “synthetic” or deepfaked child abuse material created using generative AI. For the first time the notices will require tech companies…

  • Environment
  • 23/07/2024
  • 14:23
NSW Environment Protection Authority

MORE THAN 3,000 TONNES OF WASTE TYRES CLEANED UP IN ALBURY

Over 3,000 tonnes of illegally dumped waste tyres, which is equivalent to more than 70 B-double truckloads, have been cleaned up from a property…

  • Contains:
  • General News, Medical Health Aged Care
  • 23/07/2024
  • 13:31
La Trobe University

Spotlight on rural health research

A diverse range of La Trobe University research projects will be presented at the Rural Health School's annual conference on 25-26 July in Bendigo. The presenters are available to provide analysis and expertise on their respective topics, such as DNA damage, dry toothbrushing and improving access to perinatal health services. Rural health workforce Professor Jane Mills, Dean of La Trobe's Rural Health School, is available to speak on the Nursing Demand and Supply Report that was released by the Federal Department of Health and Aged Care earlier this month. https://hwd.health.gov.au/supply-and-demand/nursing-supply-demand-study.html Main report finding: The new projected shortage number is an…

Media Outreach made fast, easy, simple.

Feature your press release on Medianet's News Hub every time you distribute with Medianet. Pay per release or save with a subscription.