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Australian Aboriginal dance History

Australian Aboriginal dance History


Warning. Australian Stories may contain the names and images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people now deceased. Australian Stories also contain links to sites that may use images of Aboriginal and Islander people now deceased. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures are complex and…
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Australian Custom Guitars

Australian Custom Guitars


About the exhibitor: Merv Cargill was a favourite in the guitar community. His attention to detail and immense passion for producing instruments of the optimum tonality and finish made the Cargill name one that is now synonymous with the guitar industry. From his backyard garage, Merv attracted some of the biggest music names with his reputation in guitars travelling far and…


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Australian Custom Motorcycles

Australian Custom Motorcycles


The Honda FT500 was released in the early 1980s with a strong focus on American flat track racing (the “FT” in the name was a reference to this), it was fitted with the same 499cc single cylinder engine as the almost bullet-proof Honda XR500 enduro bike – with the addition of cast aluminium wheels, an integrated tank/seat/tail, and disc brakes with dual piston calipers. With…


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Australian Customs knives

Australian Customs knives


When you’re travelling it can be tempting to buy all types of fun souvenirs as novelty gifts to give to your friends; however it’s important to know what you can and can’t bring back to Australia. While novelty items like knuckle dusters and BB guns might make for a great impulse buy when you’re overseas, they won’t be allowed through customs due to the fact that they’re most…


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Australian family values

Australian family values


Initial findings from a new Institute study highlight the ways that parents workforce participation is influenced by the values and preferences they hold for combining work and family life. In the 1990s we are seeing rapid changes occurring in the nature, structure and organisation of work. People s decisions and choices about workforce participation and working hours are…


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Taking food into Australia

Taking food into Australia


A Short history of the Andaman Islands The Andamans are a chain of 184 odd islands in the Andaman sea at approx 1100 Kms to the south of Kolkata. The largest among them, The Andaman Island is 355 Kms long and 60 Kms wide. There was a time when ancient tribes lived here. Some of the natives it is said bore a remarkable resemblance to the aboriginaltribes of Australia. Today…


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Australia Post customer Service

Australia Post customer Service


Australia Post continues to warn customers of emails which advise that a courier was unable to deliver a parcel to their address. Australia Post does not request customers to remit a payment for parcel collection, nor does it charge customers for holding a parcel. Scroll down to see some examples of scam emails. Scam sender addresses aupostalservice auspostalservice24 aupostal-service…


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Australian Customs duties

Australian Customs duties


Who must make an import declaration? The owner of imported goods is required to make an import declaration. According to Customs law, an owner of imported goods may be the importer, someone who holds themselves out to be the owner, someone who has a beneficial interest in the goods or someone who has control of the goods. Who can act on your behalf? You may choose to have a…


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Australian dating Customs

Australian dating Customs


Could I take you out to dinner this weekend? is rarely heard in many places in Australia, because people Down Under still see the modern concept of dating as a new American custom that strikes them as odd. Australians go about finding that special someone in their own way, and attribute their style to the rich mix of ancient tribal influences and the traditions of European…


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ANZAC symbols

ANZAC symbols


The red poppy has become a symbol of war remembrance the world over. People in many countries wear the poppy to remember those who died in war or who still serve. In many countries, the poppy is worn around Armistice Day (11 November), but in New Zealand it is most commonly seen around Anzac Day, 25 April. In Flanders fields The red or Flanders poppy has been linked with battlefield…


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