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Employment Law: Keeping informed

RSS Feeds - How to

RSS feeds

Keep up to date by automatically sending new issues of a journal, or results for a search, that you choose to your RSS reader.

Many of the databases enable you to set up RSS Feeds (or even email alerts if you prefer).

RSS Feeds for specific resources

Keeping Up-to-date

There are a number of ways to keep informed of legal publications and news:

  • RSS Feeds - from news services, parliament, databases
  • Legal Websites
  • New Books - Titles received in the Library - Check out the New Books display shelves on a weekly basis  (Level 4) or check the Catalogue online for books received in the month
  • New Journal Issues received in the Library - Check for the latest issues on the New Books display shelves (Level 4)
  • Email Alerting Services - many databases and journal publishers provide an alerting service that lets you know by email when a new journal issues is published and/ or when articles on a particular topic/ author are added to the database. Examples of some useful databases are:
    • Westlaw
  • Watch Parliament Live on TV or via the web (see Website pages for links)

NZ & Australian Publications and Legal News Websites