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Indigenous communities in Australians

Indigenous communities in Australians


Image copyright AIA Marieke Ceranna Image caption The closure of the Oombulgurri community in Western Australia has left it a ghost town Derby Aboriginal elder Lorna Hudson was a child when government authorities in the 1960s moved her people from tiny Sunday Island off the remote north-west coast of Western Australia to the mainland. For a time most of the Sunday Island saltwater…


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Aboriginal Nations Australia

Aboriginal Nations Australia


First Nation people of this land Belong to deserts and coastline sands For millenniums of Dreamtime places Respecting country with black faces The second nation to reach these shores On ships with flags to conquer all, A third nation to cross the waves Of migrants, refugees and slaves Australia’s first millennium A nation built by British men A nation with its mines and farms…


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Australian New Year celebrations

Australian New Year celebrations


Fireworks light up the sky over the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge in Australia. Photograph by Mick Tsikas, EPA/Alamy From the National Geographic book Four Seasons of Travel New York City, New York New Year’s Eve in New York’s Times Square defines the evening for hundreds of millions around the globe who watch on television, wishing they were there. A million revelers…


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Australian Aboriginal lifestyle

Australian Aboriginal lifestyle


Yarrabah, Queensland, Australia. Yarrabah is an independent Aboriginal community situated approximately 53 kilometres (33 mi) by road from Cairns CBD on Cape Grafton. It is much closer by direct-line distance but is separated from Cairns by the Murray Prior Range and an inlet of the Coral Sea. At the 2006 census, Yarrabah had a population of 2,371. The Yarrabah area was originally…


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Australia country population

Australia country population


Counter shows a continuously updated estimate of the current population of Australia delivered by Worldometers RTS algorithm, which processes data collected from the United Nations Population Division. The Population of Australia (1950 - 2016) chart plots the total population count as of July 1 of each year, from 1950 to 2016. The Yearly Population Growth Rate chart plots…


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Indigenous heritage sites

Indigenous heritage sites


The World Heritage Convention governs the identification and protection of tangible, immovable world heritage (i.e. ‘sites’) considered to be of “outstanding universal value”. A large number of the recognized World Heritage sites are located in the territories of indigenous peoples. The existence and role of the indigenous peoples living in the respective sites is, however…


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Greeting in Australia

Greeting in Australia


An Australia man nearly caused a quarantine of an entire police station in Brisbane when he brought in a greeting card he believed was laced with anthrax. However, the white powdery substance that was mailed to the man inside of the card turned out to actually be cocaine. A Queensland Police Service spokesman told ABC News that officers were ordered to evacuate the Boondall…


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Customs procedures

Customs procedures


This topic includes various subjects such as Certificate of Origin, Advance Rulings, NAFTA Claims, Verifications, Determinations, and Appeals to name a few. This information is gathered from a variety of Customs published documents. Advance Rulings An advance ruling is a written document received from the customs authority from a NAFTA country. It provides binding information…


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Aboriginal Religion for Kids

Aboriginal Religion for Kids


Is there an Aboriginal religion? Aboriginal People do have a religion, but it is different from most other religions which mean believing in one single creator. Australian Aboriginal people don’t do that. They have their beliefs, very strong beliefs, but it’s more like spirituality than a religion. Dance performance. Poster by AllPosters. Click on thumbnail to buy Traditional…


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What Is In Australia?

What Is In Australia?


Many international students want to settle in Australia for good and fruitful career. Most students generally start their employment on temporary work visa, which only allows them to work for limited period. Some students find it difficult to get PR because their education and occupation is not appropriate to be eligible for PR. This can be very costly mistake as it is known…


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