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  • Canberra Bushfires

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    Canberra Fires of 2003 The Canberra bushfire began on Saturday 18th January 2003, with reports suggesting that it was started by a Lightning Strike, to the north of Canberra. In the few hours the few hours that proceeded, the fires raged out of control. Another fire close to the one started by the lightning, ended up joining it, creating a massive fire front, roaring towards Canberra. No warning could prepare the people of Canberra for what was happening. They did not have much time to fight the

  • urbanisation canberra

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    Molonglo Valley area this last section hopes accommodate 28,000. This document also states how the Molonglo Valley helps Canberra’s ability to maintain cultural and ecological values. This source helps people to understand the future urbanisation of Canberra and gives detail on each aspect of the project. This document however does not say the types of accommodation, e.g. flats, town houses and houses. This source appears credible due to the fact that what it says is actually happening, and because it

  • The Old Parliament House at Canberra

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    The Old Parliament House at Canberra The Old Parliament House (OPH) at Canberra, was the centre of the nation’s political life from 1927 to 1988 when it was functioning. It is where the elected politicians pass laws, or legislation, where members discuss urgent motions or matters of public importance. Members can move motions of censure against the government or against individual ministers. During Question Time Members and Senators address questions to ministers and

  • University of Canberra Degree and Three Possible Careers

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    The main purpose of this report is to look at and analyse a degree at the University of Canberra that you are interested in studying, also looking at three possible careers that can be done in completing the degree. As I am interested in a career in marketing I need to complete a degree in Commerce. I looked at certain career paths that were relevant to my interests, such as a Marketing Manager, a Product/Brand Manager and a Advertising Manager. I looked at the positives and negatives of these three

  • Senior Course Guide 2010 for St Edmund’s College, Canberra

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    INTRODUCTION Welcome to the senior Course Guide 2010 for St Edmund’s College, Canberra. We are a Catholic school living the tradition of Blessed Edmund Rice where faith is translated into action. Fundamental to this are the relationships our students develop with each other, with their teachers and with the wider community. At St Edmund’s we are focused on the students taking responsibility for both their actions and learning. We encourage a spirit of inquiry among our 1200 boys and the development

  • Howard's Utopia

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    in England. Canberra –the capital city of Australia differs from the garden city proper, a city that is perhaps not what Howard wished garden city to be. Nonetheless Canberra is a city that incorporates many of the garden city principles and in this essay I will argue that Canberra indeed is a garden city, as Canberra is build on central garden city concepts such as public ownership of land, limited growth and population in the city and a balance between town and country. Whilst Canberra may not be

  • Ethnicity and Soccer

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    establishment of soccer in Canberra in the 1950s and 1960s. Abstract: Soccer in Canberra as a sport had died prior to the war. The advent of Australia’s new immigration policy after 1945 saw a solid influx, over the next two decades, of non-English speaking Europeans to Australia and through their input they assisted in the re-emergence of soccer as a main sport in the region. From the Baltic states to the Southern Europeans of Greece and Italy, the change to the Canberra landscape was quite dramatic;

  • How to Produce a Top Class Academic Paper

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    layout of the topics to be discussed. An introduction is usually a short paragraph which quickly defines the topics to be addressed and therefore should be roughly between one-twelfth and one-tenth of the overall length of the paper. (University of Canberra, 2013) Main Body After the introduction of an academic paper comes the main body. The main body should be the largest part of an academic paper. The main body is broken up into the topics that are to be discussed throughout the paper. While writing

  • New Technology in Radiological Monitoring

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    New Technology The technology that I have selected to discuss is handheld radiological monitoring. There are several new equipment models being marketed. One of the most recognizable and well-respected names in radiological monitoring is Canberra. One of Canberra’s latest offerings for handheld devices is the Radiagem™ 4000. The device provides the capability of monitoring dose rates and contamination levels. There are a variety of probes available for use with the meter itself. The unit is waterproof

  • The Controlled Substances Act

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    at retail outlets around Canberra, on 19 May 2014, ACT Policing executed Crimes Act search warrants on three retail outlets. ACT Policing reported that during the searches, 520 various branded and sized packets of synthetic cannabinoids were seized and estimated to be worth twenty five thousand dollars (ACT Policing May 2014). The products were commercially packaged and The Canberra Times reported they were sold under the names Kronic, Spice and Northern Lights (The Canberra Times May 2014). As researched