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Lifestyle in Australia

Lifestyle in Australia


The Australia Today report, conducted by IPSOS, assesses the lifestyle, financial security and retirement plans of 2 Australians. Maintaining a decent home and car in a metro suburb, enjoying regular eating out and entertainment, plus an annual overseas holiday is seen as the new ‘average’ lifestyle. We’re also placing far more value on standard of living than our parents ever…


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Aussie Christmas Lights

Aussie Christmas Lights


It may still be November, but this will get your Christmas pulses going as Australian David Richards – known locally in Canberra as ‘Christmas Lights Man’ - has orchestrated the world’s Largest display of Christmas lights on an artificial tree with 518, 838 individual lights to earn himself a spot in the record books. The display was officially switched on at 20:45 Australian…


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About - Australian

About - Australian


Australian Outlook is the AIIA’s national online showcase for high-quality analysis and comment on international affairs. The aim is to provide an Australian outlook on world events. It provides vibrant, up-to-date content on a regular basis. Australian Outlook is made up of five sections: Analysis, The Burning Question, Issues Brief, Fresh Perspectives, Interviews and Reading…


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New Year celebrations in Australia

New Year celebrations in Australia


The start of the New Year is celebrated by fireworks in Sydney, Australia.The start of the New Year is celebrated by fireworks in Sydney, Starkey What Do People Do? In Sydney, the start of the New Year is heralded by a huge fireworks display. It is estimated that one to one-and-a-half million people watch the display at the Sydney Harbour. In other towns and cities, smaller…


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Names of Aboriginal tribes

Names of Aboriginal tribes


Kinship is at the heart of Indigenous society. A person’s position in the kinship system establishes their relationship to others and to the universe, prescribing their responsibilities towards other people, the land and natural resources. Traditional kinship structures remain important in many Aboriginal communities today.¹ There are over 500 Aboriginal nations across Australia…


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Australia Background

Australia Background


Australia became a country in 1901 as a federation of former British colonies inhabiting the continent of Australia. At Federation, six states emerged out of the six colonies, and they retained the establishment of policy and funding for education. Progressively, the states voluntarily surrendered some of their powers so that by the end of the twentieth century, the federal…


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Australian traditions and celebrations

Australian traditions and celebrations


New Year is considered as a time of optimism by one and all, and Australia is no different. The whole of Australia engage itself in enthusiastic celebrations of New Year, with customs and traditions holding the core of it. They follow the rule of Georgian calendar, and thus consider January 1 as the date and celebration of New Year. New Year celebrations are traditionally made…


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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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