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  • How to get the most from historic houses
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    May 2006
  • Shake-up at MLA will lead to more than 20 job losses
    A restructure of the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) will mean the loss of more than 20 posts, it was revealed to Museums Journal last month.
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    May 2006
  • Museums win £3m funds
    The latest Designation Challenge Fund (DCF) round has given 34 museums a total of £3m to improve their collections.
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    May 2006
  • Actors stage protest to save London's Theatre Museum
    Actors, playwrights and theatrical institutions - including the Royal Opera House (ROH) - have launched an urgent rearguard action to stop the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) pulling out of Covent Garden's Theatre Museum.
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    May 2006
  • The final four line up for a shot at winning the Gulbenkian Prize
    Four diverse collections have made it to the shortlist for the Gulbenkian Prize for museums and galleries.
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    May 2006
  • Council erupts over the cost of keeping Explosion museum open
    Explosion, the museum of naval Firepower in Gosport, has become the centre of a bitter dispute at the borough council that runs it.
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    May 2006
  • Budget gives extra £12m for energy saving and access
    The Natural History Museum (NHM), the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) and the Tate Modern are to receive government grants totalling £12m for energy saving and carbon reduction schemes and outreach programmes, it was announced as part of the budget in March.
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    May 2006
  • EU countries work together to draw up standards for museums
    British museums are working with their European counterparts to produce a series of internationally recognised standards to govern the way museums work, exhibit and look after collections.
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    May 2006
  • British Museum steps into a new era of returning remains
    For the first time in more than a generation, the British Museum is to return items from its collection to a claimant group.
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    May 2006
  • Northern Ireland set to lose its museums council by 2008
    A major restructure of local government bodies in Northern Ireland will mean the Northern Ireland Museums Council (NIMC) in its present form will disappear in 2008.
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    May 2006
  • Letters: May 2006
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    May 2006
  • Just the job
    Maurice Davies says that a masters degree in museum studies is not always the way to get into the profession
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    May 2006
  • Talkback: May 2006
    Will salary guidelines improve pay in museums?
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    May 2006
  • Respect for all
    Emma Restall Orr and Piotr Bienkowski on why museums should take the concerns of the UK's pagan communities more seriously
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    May 2006
  • A legacy revealed
    Katherine Hann on why we should look beyond the port cities to get a fuller picture of Britain's role in the transatlantic slave trade
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    May 2006
  • The great outdoors
    Peter Murray tells Felicity Heywood how he has spent nearly 30 years carving out Yorkshire Sculpture Park's reputation as a cultural venue of international importance
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    May 2006
  • House keeping
    This month Historic Royal Palaces opens its newly restored palace at Kew featuring some ambitious interpretive techniques to tell the story of its past inhabitants. Museums Journal brought together some of the leading figures in historic houses and asked them what the future holds for interpretation
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    May 2006
  • Money talks
    In the rush to secure lucrative sponsorship deals, are museums ignoring the ethical and moral dimension of taking corporate cash? Patrick Steel investigates
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    May 2006
  • Upwardly mobile
    International loans have become the lifeblood for many museums, but there are still lots of barriers that make lending extremely difficult. Jane Morris looks at what is being done to improve the mobility of collections.
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    May 2006
  • Home truths
    Most people own collections of some sort, but how many of us could actually share our living space with museum objects, art installations, and - most challenging of all - the public? Deborah Mulhearn finds out what it's like to live in a museum
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    May 2006