Welsh Newspapers Online from the National Library of Wales is now up and running.
Bedfordshire researchers should take a look at this.
Latest Eneclann newsletter.
Oxfordshire and Chester researchers should peruse the latest offerings from Origins.net.
Here's an excellent resource for Black Country research (thanks to @BMSGH on Twitter).
A few new Podcasts have appeared on the dedicated TNA website - see here and have a browse.
If you use the Family Historian software package then you'll want to take in their latest bulletin.
A little bit of news from PRONI.
The latest newsletter from Ireland Reaching Out is here.
Something for Northumbrians can be found here.
History links round-up from the Two Nerdy History Girls.
I think it's about time we had another global genealogy update from GenealogyInTime.
I have seen several references of late reminding us of what's to be had at the excellent archive.org - so do check it out, especially if you're looking for US stuff.
Blogger John D Reid provides us with details of two new books which may interest genealogists, here and here.
Blogger Claire Santry flags a great Irish resource here; and also points out an offer on the RootsIreland website.
- Saturday 16th March - North Yorkshire CRO Local & Family History Day, Harrogate (be quick to book!);
- Saturday 16th March - Limerick Genealogy Day;
- Friday 15th & Saturday 16th March - Harrogate Book Fair;
- Don't forget this little lot at Dublin during 14th-18th March;
- Thursday 21st March - WWI Family History Day, National Library of Ireland;
- Thursday 21st March - Derry Local History Fair, Central Library, Derry;
- Yet more Irish stuff here;
- Forthcoming series of talks on the English diaspora at Newcastle (thanks to @englishdiaspora on Twitter);
- 2013 courses from the IHGS;
- Upcoming Postcard Fairs (please check with organisers before travelling a long way). There is also a postcard fair at Berwick Parish Centre, off The Parade, Berwick-upon-Tweed on 16th March, 10.30am-4pm (contact Gareth Burgess on 01368 860365);
- BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
More news, etc., can be found at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.