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    Throughout the novel many problems occur. Some of the main problems are racial and equality issues. Events in this book show how prejudice and intolerance can ruin numerous friendships and change lives. When WWII was declared in Broome, Western Australia 1939 to 1945 Japan became Australia’s enemy, Asia is approximately 3,862 miles away from the coast of Broome, due to this, people from Asia that country looking for an escape would easily get on a boat an sail to the tip, Broome then suddenly

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    Post War New Zealand

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    greatly depended upon Britain and her Royal Navy to provide New Zealand with security and protection throughout the Pacific region. But after a while New Zealand and Australia as neighbouring countries began to provide their own defence for the Pacific. So when Britain began to build Naval Bases in Singapore, both Australia and New Zealand contributed to its cost. Also the Royal New Zealand Air Force and the Royal New Zealand Navy were established in order to provide more protection. Even

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    culture, religion, tourist attractions and best time to travel. This travel guide contains all the relevant information about Australia. About Australia Commonwealth of Australia, or shortly known as Australia is situated in the Southern Hemisphere. In total Australia has six states namely New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Western Australia. It also has two large mainland territories-the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). With an overall

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    The Threatening of Australia's Marsupials

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    worldwide to have become extinct in the last 200 years have been from Australia, giving Australia the worst record for mammal conservation of any country or continent. Of a total 245 mammalian species, 59 are listed as extinct, threatened, or vulnerable (Short 1994). Most of these extinctions and declines come from two taxonomic groups--the rodents and the marsupials. Because marsupials are so abundant and diverse in Australia, I decided to research the endangerment and conservation efforts regarding

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    Smith, ANZ chief, describes it as ‘alive and kicking’, adding that Australia is quite competitive in a lot of things. These include products such as high-end vehicle components and processed milk powder, which are of good standard and can be sold across the globe. This projection comes at a point when the Australian economy is undergoing a transformation, with the vehicle maker trio, Holden, Ford and Toyota about to quit Australia, forecasting a closure of the vehicle manufacturing industry in the

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    Australian Parliamentary Essay Australia became an independent nation on January 1, 1901 when the British Parliament passed certain legislation allowing the six Australian colonies to regulate their own authority as part of the Commonwealth of Australia. The Commonwealth of Australia was established, and remains as, a constitutional monarchy, meaning that it was founded with a written constitution, and that the Australian head of state is also head of the Commonwealth (Queen Elizabeth II.) The

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    2003). For Aboriginal youth, the continued marginalisation is an immediate felt experience. (The Royal Commission) in (Graham, 1999) recognised that Aboriginal youth are furthermost socially and economically marginalised group of young people in Australia, as it was further recognised that their marginalisation was borne out of a complex interrelation of social, economic and cultural factors. (Beresford & Omaji, 1996 in Graham,1999) asserted that evidence of the marginalisation of Aboriginal youth

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    Skills Shortages

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    Research the reasons for the skills shortage in the Australian labor market and discuss government policies that could be used to address this skills shortage. Skills shortages occur when there are ‘insufficient qualified candidates to fill the market-place demand’ in any type of employment, regardless of price. This occurs in market places due to a large number of reasons, ranging from the formation of a new market or advances in technology, to international competition or a lack of interest for

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    Culture In Australia

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    views are valid-that there are unique Aboriginal and Australian cultures and that Australia has ongoing cultural links with other countries that have a significant impact on Australia and the rest of the world. It could fu... ... middle of paper ... ...hem. • Also many sports have been taken from other countries at various times in Australia’s history eg. cricket from England Types of Sport and Countries Australia is Linked with Through This Sport • Cricket (originally English sport brought

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    Formation and Organization of the Athalassic Salt Lakes of Australia Preface Upon my acceptance to the Biomes of Australia 2003 program – a biologically-oriented summer experience in the “Land Down Under” that, for the 6th consecutive year, has been organized by Dr. Warren Dolphin of Iowa State University – I was presented with the task of writing a research paper on an aspect of the Australian landscape. Anxious to apply my new knowledge of geomorphology and desiring to investigate an ecosystem

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