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  • Poverty Many People
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    Poverty Many people think that Australia is a rich country. They think just because most of our population is not dying of starvation and completely curable diseases such as influenza that Australia does not have many problems when it comes to poverty. In truth, even the poorest Australians would be considered lucky in many overseas countries such as Africa and India. But even if Australians living in poverty are lucky as compared to those in overseas countries, the fact still remains that pover...
  • Angel Mendoza Australia
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    We are dedicated to helping students with their everyday College needs. If you have any questions or comments Please feel free to e-mail us @ Thanks to students like YOU! Please, Keep them coming and help us grow Australia By: Angel mendoza Australia is an island continent and is located southeast of Asia. Australia is the smallest continent in the world. Australia is made up of six states. The climate in Australia varies greatly: a hot season, wet season with rains falling mainly in February an...
  • Original Poverty Line For Australia
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    Poverty In Australia Before discussing the extent of poverty in Australia, it is first crucial to mention the difference between absolute poverty and relative poverty. Absolute Poverty is a situation where deprivation is extreme because people do not have access to the basic necessities such as food, clothing, and shelter. In contrast Relative Poverty is a situation in which the incidence of poverty is measured relative to things such as average weekly earnings or income per head. Therefore pove...
  • International Relationships Of Australia
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    How And Why Australia's International Relationships Have Changed Through Its Participation In Overseas Conflict. In this essay I will answer the question- how and why have our (Australia's) international relationships changed by our participation in overseas conflicts The answer to this is that we have had changed international relationships, more independence, it ended Australia's isolation, it gave greater social rights to women, it affirmed Australia's alliances with the world powers and most...
  • Relationship Between Australia And Japan
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    Since the signing of the 1951 peace treaty between Australia and Japan, the two countries have rapidly built a productive relationship. Many factors and events have contributed to the development of this partnership. The ANZUS treaty was the turning point in the Austral-Japanese relationship. It assured Australia protection against Japan and provided security in the Asia-Pacific region. Trade and cultural exchange also played a significant role in shaping Australia's relationship with Japan. Gro...
  • Business Skills Migrants
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    Pauline Hanson's view on migration is incorrect. Ceasing migration would not be good for Australia either culturally or economically. An intelligent and sophisticated immigration program, which focuses strongly on skilled and business migration, can have a beneficial impact on our economy. The National Multicultural Advisory Council, chair Neville Roach is a firm believer in continued immigration: "Australia is a multicultural society, he said. Our cultural diversity has been a strength and an a...
  • Shelter To The Asylum Seekers And Refugees
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    Australia's national anthem is a perfect example of how this country misleads people coming to Australia. This 'lucky country' detains asylum seekers who come to our country and puts them into 'Mandatory Detention'; John Howard talk for locking up innocent people in worse conditions than your average prison. A country like Canada on the other hand shows compassion for people coming into their fair country. Gyzele Osman i is a woman with an extraordinary story. In 1999 Serbian soldiers ordered he...
  • Australia
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    Australia Australia is the world's smallest continent and sixth-largest country. With proportionately more desert land than any other continent, Australia has a low population density. Lying completely in the Southern Hemisphere, Australia is bounded by the Indian Ocean on the west and south and by the Pacific Ocean on the east. These oceans merge on the north in the Arafura Sea between Australia and Indonesia and New Guinea, and on the south in the Bass Strait. The coastline length, estimated a...
  • Britain's Interest In The European Community
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    Australia - Monarchy or Republic Even before James Cook discovered this continent that later would be named Australia, there where people living on this continent. They are being called Aboriginal and are the origin population of Australia. In the year of 1788 the first convicts are being sent to Australia because of over crowded prisons in Britain. These people, with free settlers from Ireland were to become Australia's new population and the forefathers for many Australians today. Britain then...
  • Residence In Australia The Individual
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    Residence The residency rules for the purposes of Australian income tax law are a combination of common law principles and statutory rules in ITAA 1936. The definition of! SS Australia resident!" in sec 995-1 of ITAA 1997 merely adopts the definition of! SSresident!" (or! SSresident of Australia!" ) in sec 6 (1) of ITAA 1936, which itself partly adopts common law principles. A non-resident is generally liable to Australian tax only on ordinary and statutory income from Australian sources. This g...
  • Impact Upon Australia Society
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    The Depression 1921-1940 The Great Depression known as 'Black Thursday' began in October 1929 and lasted for about a decade. It was the worst economic crash ever in U.S. history, and one, which spread to virtually the entire industrialized world. The depression started when large numbers of people brought shares in companies. By buying shares low and selling them at a higher price, investors could make a lot of money quickly. Unfortunately, as the shares dropped, many people wanted to sell befor...
  • First Post World War II Migration Program
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    The two world wars had a profound effect on Australia's migration program. The resettling of refugees and young people in the postwar periods, especially after World War II, were significant chapters in Australian immigration history. Since the late 1940's, about 5.6 million immigrants from over 140 countries have made Australia their home. The mass migrations of the immediate postwar decades have subsided according to changing circumstances, with the preference now on the entry of people with n...
  • Major Importer Into Australia
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    In 1983, twenty years ago, the trade situation was much different than that of today. The major export was still coal, but wool and beef featured much more prominently than they do today. Alumina and aluminium were notable exports, but had only been so for a few years. These observations reflect the trend of increasing mining exports and decreasing agricultural exports familiar to Australia in the last fifty years. This is a result of increased demand for mining commodities, and a drop in wool a...
  • Changes To The Us Australia Security Relationship
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    Analyse Post-cold War changes in the US-Australian security relationship and the relevance of the security alliance in the 21st century. This essay is concerned about the post-cold war changes in the US-Australian security relationship and the relevance of the security alliance in the 21st century. Before we have an analysis of the post-cold war changes in the US-Australian security relationship, we first have a short insight at the historical origins of the American-Australian security alliance...
  • Australia's Head Of State
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    A black limo with a crown symbol and a mile long escort rolls to a stop in the township of Roma. An old lady dressed like a royal steps out. She looks fragile yet is so powerful. Hey guess what everyone; the Queen of England is coming to Roma Yes that's right everyone the Queen of Australia is coming to Roma. Doesn't sound very good when you put it that way, does it? Well I was expecting a large YEE HAA or better off - Tally Ho! Looks like we have a few future republicans in here hey, the patrio...
  • Australia's Bilateral Relationship With China
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    This essay analyses the Australian-China bilateral relationship since 1945 and in particular its political significance to Australia. Many global factors have influenced this relationship, including the advent of the Cold War, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the collapse of the Soviet bloc European nations. In addition, internal political changes in Australia and China have both affected and been affected by the global changes. It will be analysed that Australia's bilateral relationship with...
  • Change Of Date For Australia Day
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    Australia Day is a day set aside to commemorate the arrival of Captain Arthur Phillip and the First Fleet at Sydney Cove on the 26 January 1788. On the day of his arrival, Captain Arthur Phillip declared the area that became the colony of New South Wales to be a British possession. This landing started the first permanent European settlement on this island continent. Australia Day, January 26, is celebrated with a public holiday and celebrations in every State. The choice of the 26 January as th...
  • Australia's Involvement In Other Countries Wars
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    The only time Australia has come under direct attack from another country, was when Japan bombed Darwin and sunk a number of ships in Sydney, during World War 2. The question then has to be asked, why Australia has been involved in so many conflicts. A number of recent conflicts in this century come to mind, they include, The Boer War, World War One, World War Two and The Vietnam War. By far the conflict that drew the most outrage from Australian citizens was the Vietnam War. Australia has been ...
  • Tariffs On Imports Of Manufactured Goods
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    Essay Australian Realm Why despite Australia's visible advantages in natural resources, accessible ports and a huge educated population is Australia's GNP growing at such a stunted rate. Australia has many benefits of a well established economically solid economy, certainly it is very far from a third world country with 85 percent of it's population living in cities. However Australia has never made a run at becoming one of the world's economic powers. There are clear reasons for this, however c...
  • Development Of Australia's Foreign And Trade Policies
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    Australian Trade And Investment Australian Trade And Investment Essay, Research Paper Trade and investmentAustralia's export structures have changed considerably over the past 15 years. Although trade in commodities remains strong, new services and sophisticated manufacturing export markets have emerged. Merchandise exports were valued at $86 billion in 1998-99. During the same year, Australian exports of services totalled $26 billion. Exports recorded seven per cent average annual growth in the...

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