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Guns ready for removal (2 March 2005)
Preparations are complete to commence removal of the Mk II gun at 9.30 am on Thursday March 3.

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Progress on Gun Removal (28 February 2005)
One barge is on-site and further work will continue on Tuesday 1st and Wedesday 2nd March.
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Aust. Warships magazine (24 February 2005)
Read about us in Australian Warships magazine.


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Resin model released (21 February 2005)
A resin model of Cerberus has been released in the scale of 1:700.


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Experts Converge on Melbourne: (24 January 2005)
HMVS Cerberus killed the age of sail just as surely as "video killed the radio star" but in her 80th year on the bottom at Half Moon Bay this old iron monitor is still granting audience to the world's brightest and best, holding court with royalty and a steady procession of specialists all with one thing in common. An unswerving commitment to see the last intact monitor in the world preserved for posterity.  More...





Guns removal date (23 January 2005)
The current plan is to remove the guns from Cerberus during the week commencing February 14 2005. Since changed to the week commencing March 1 and 2 2005.  More...





New Slideshow (14 January 2005)
Seven photographs taken by the 16 year old Wilfrid Grimwade in 1896.  More...





2005 Calendars available (6 January 2005)
The 3 Cerberus calendars have been updated to 2005 calendar year calendars.

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New Tour location (21 December 2004)
Added a new location to the Cerberus Virtual Tour.  More...





Dash at Melbourne complete (14 December 2004)
All 4 parts of the fictional account of an attack on Melbourne, as published in The Argus newspaper in 1887, have been added to the website.  More...






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