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The following was inconclusive as to whether there was any branch activities in 1988, none were mentioned for any branch.

From.
W. Summerfield (1989). D.A.M. Notes.
Australian Mathematical Society Gazette **16**(2),
pages 39-40, 1989.

Incidentally, this was the first in what would become a regular column over a number of years.

In Ballarat this year the new (1989) Executive resolved that the secretary will write theseD.A.M. Notesto inform those members not at the annual conference of its decisions.

The following was inconclusive as to whether there was any branch activities in 1989, none were mentioned for any branch.

From.
W. Summerfield (1990). Division of Applied Mathematics Notes.
Australian Mathematical Society Gazette **17**(3),
pages 75-76, 1990.

The following is inconclusive as to whether there was any branch activities in 1990 as the only mention of branch activity is...

The outgoing executive approved the formation of a new branch of the Division... the ACT branch.

From.
W. Summerfield (1991). Division of Applied Mathematics Notes.
Australian Mathematical Society Gazette **18**(3),
pages 78-79, 1991.

The following is inconclusive as to whether there was any branch activities in 1991.

The general meeting and the first executive committee meeting noted that there had been considerable activity in the branches during 1991... Nevill de Mestre commended to the membership the miniconference the Queensland Branch held at Mt Tamborie, over a weekend.

From.
W. Summerfield (1993). D.A.M. Notes.
Australian Mathematical Society Gazette **19**(3),
pages 61-62, 1992.

The following `could` mean that there were no branch activities
in 1992.

Over 1992 there was considerable activity in the branches of the Division, with the ACT branch holding three minutes and the Queensland branch also being involved in three.

From.
W. Summerfield (1993). ANZIAM (formerly D.A.M.) Notes.
Australian Mathematical Society Gazette **20**(3),
pages 107-108, 1993.

As in 1992, in 1993 there was considerable activity in the branches of ANZIAM: the Victorian, Sydney, Queensland and ACT branches each organised two activities, of varying nature and duration.

From.
W. Summerfield (1994). ANZIAM Notes.
Australian Mathematical Society Gazette **21**(3),
pages 94-96, 1993.

As in 1993, in 1994 there was considerable activity in the branches of ANZIAM; the Victorian, Queensland and ACT branches each organised two activities, of varying nature and duration. The New Zealand branch held its main activity during the 1994 New Zealand Mathematics Colloquiuum.

From. W. Summerfield (1995). ANZIAM Notes. Australian Mathematical Society Gazette

22(3), pages 149-150, 1995.

The Treasurer recommended that ANZIAM could maintain its present level of suport for its Branches, Special Interest Groups and February Conference, without increasing fees for next year.

As in 1994, in 1995 there was considerable activity in ANZIAM Branches and SIGS. The Victorian Branch hosted another very successful student conference, and provided assistance to CTAC-95, directed by Alan Easton for CMG; the

Australian Mathematical SOciety Gazeteewill feature a report on CTAC 95. This branch has set up its own pagea on the internet WWW. The ACT Branch followed the lead given by the Victoria Branch, hosting their own student meeting. The Queensland Branch held a very successful, but financial draining, annual mini conference on the Gold Cost, and three meettings in conjunction with the Queensland Associatio of Mathematics Teachers. The New Zealand Branch held its own main activity during the 1995 New Zealand Matheamtics Colloquium; Ernie Tuck was the ANZIAM speaker.From. W. Summerfield (1996). ANZIAM Notes. Australian Mathematical Society Gazette

23(2), pages 86-88, 1996.

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