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  • Did the Gulbenkian miss the real winner?
    As glittering awards go it doesn't get much shinier than the Gulbenkian Prize for museums. The annual £100,000 competition goes to the best museum project in the previous 12 months and the prize has been running for five years.
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    June 2007
  • Natural History Museum and Tasmanians agree to return of human remains
    The trustees of the Natural History Museum's (NHM) decision last month to return 17 skeletons to the Aboriginal people of Tasmania could see other UK museums follow suit.
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    June 2007
  • Hope for Cutty Sark after it is damaged by huge fire
    The Cutty Sark, which was badly burned in a fire last month, can be saved, according to Chris Livett, the chairman of Cutty Sark Enterprises.
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    June 2007
  • Property developer saves Explosion!
    Explosion!, the cash-strapped museum of naval firepower at Priddy's Hard in Gosport, is to be taken over and managed by Verve Properties, a London-based property developer.
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    June 2007
  • Museums Association signals change of direction on disposals
    The Museums Association's (MA) plan to introduce a clause to its code of ethics that would allow financially motivated disposal in 'exceptional circumstances' as long as the money raised is reinvested in the museum's core collection, has met with opposition.
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    June 2007
  • London museums look at single plan
    Representatives from the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA), MLA London and the London hub, would like to see a single Renaissance plan for London for 2008-10, but they are not all in agreement about whether this can be implemented in time.
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    June 2007
  • German Emigration Centre wins EMYA and ss Great Britain takes the Micheletti
    The winner of this year's European Museum of the Year Award (EMYA) is the German Emigration Centre (GEC) in Bremerhaven, which received its prize at a ceremony held appropriately in Alicante, Spain - another port city with a long history.
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    June 2007
  • Open all hours
    This year's Museums and Galleries Month featured special events, late-night openings, torch-lit tours, live music and storytelling. As part of the celebrations, 50 museums and galleries also screened the blockbuster film Night at the Museum. Museums Journal sent writers to five venues to sample what was going on
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    June 2007
  • Letters: June 2007
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    June 2007
  • Too slight a regard
    It is an uncomfortable truth that the V&A has never shown much interest in African art and artefacts, argues Felicity Heywood
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    June 2007
  • Mind the gap
    Kirsty Devine on why transport museums need to be steered in a new direction
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    June 2007
  • Talkback: June 2007
    Should museums with family audiences ban fast food?
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    June 2007
  • Care assistance
    What use is the Human Remains Advisory Service if it can't offer guidance to museums and other interested organisations, asks Piotr Bienkowski
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    June 2007
  • Art protection
    Sherry Doyal, the head of organic artefacts at the British Museum, talks to Felicity Heywood about the fascination she has always had for ethnography and ethics
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    Features
    June 2007
  • Independence days
    It is 30 years since a pioneering group of independent museums set up an association to represent their views. Julie Nightingale looks back at those exciting times and asks what challenges the sector faces today
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    June 2007
  • Finding sanctuary
    Immigration is a hot topic at the moment, but some museums are trying to go beyond the sensational media headlines and make a real difference to the lives of refugees and asylum seekers. By Deborah Mulhearn
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    Features
    June 2007
  • Fighting talk
    Simon Stephens on how museums have used personal testimonies to give new perspectives on the 25th anniversary of the Falklands war
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    June 2007
  • Brand Louvre
    Roland Lloyd Parry on why the Louvre's plan to lend its name to a new museum in Abu Dhabi is causing outrage in France
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    June 2007
  • American beauty
    Sharon Heal goes to look for America in the Somerset countryside and finds a manor house that tells an unusual story
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    June 2007
  • Top of the pops
    Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton

    Stuart Burch applauds Wolverhampton's fantastic staff and collections, but has some reservations about the art gallery's new extension
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    June 2007