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Millions Of Australians
2,662 wordsMr Acting Speaker, in making my first speech in this place, I congratulate you on your election and wish to say how proud I am to be here as the Independent member for Oxley. I come here not as a polished politician but as a woman who has had her fair share of life's knocks. My view on issues is based on common-sense, and my experience as a mother of four children, as a sole parent, and as a business woman running a fish and chip shop. I won the seat of Oxley largely on an issue that has resulte...
Australian People The Population Of Australia
388 wordsAustralian People The population of Australia is 18,438,824. The Birth Rate is 13.73, per 1000 people. The death rate is 6.89 per 1000 people. Those two were per year on average. The migration rate is 2.71 immigrants per 1000 people. The Life expectancy is higher than the US at 79.64. (Male 76.69, Female 82.74) There are three major ethnic groups in Australia. The Caucasian makes up 95%, the Asians make up 4%, and the Aboriginal make up 1%. The official language of Australia is English. It is sp...
True Anzac Legend
718 wordsGallipoli- The Anzac legend Dion Frei lich 10 h The Anzac Legend is the source of the Aussie Fight and bravery that will live on for future generations to understand and to acknowledge their courage and bravery. Some would say The Anzac Legend all began when Britain declared they were in need of help and it was Australia's duty to go to their aid. Australia tossed aside experience and opted for youth. There were big incentives to go. To travel and visit foreign places, economic reasons, to be wi...
Suggestive Of The Political Nature Of Law
496 wordsThe nature of law in Australian society is both complex and dynamic. The case of McBain vs. Victoria and the historical analysis of the legal response to Indigenous Australians in the 200 years following British colonization informs an understanding of the nature of law in Australian society, while also revealing characteristics of Australia's constitutional framework. An understanding of the nature of law in Australian society is informed by the McBain vs. Victoria case, which illustrates the d...
Dairy Industries O In 1900 Australia
1,302 wordsChapter One o The most important areas of development before 1900 were ports, roads and railways. A country as big as Australia would soon be crippled if its products could not reach local and overseas markets. Therefore, the development of transport was critical to the growth of the wool, sugar, beef, mining and dairy industries. o In 1900 Australia had ridden 'on the sheep's back'. This meant that Australia's wealth came mainly from primary industry wool was still Australia's most important in...
Unique Version Of The World Lawler Presents
2,813 wordsYear 11 English Literature ^aEUR" drama, long essay ^aEURoeThe stage represents the world but it is, in fact, just one version of the world. ^aEUR Discuss how a version of the world is presented in Summer of the Seventeenth Doll Playwrights use the stage to convey a representation of the world to audiences, however, it is actually only ever one version of the world as they see it. Summer of the Seventeenth Doll is a classic Australian drama, through which dramatist Ray Lawler provides a window i...
289 wordsGwen Harwood (nee Foster) was born into a feminist family tradition in Queensland, Australia. Her education was Christian, musical and political. She was classically-trained in piano and organ but had her career aspirations dashed by what she saw as male-chauvinist attitudes. Having married and moved from Brisbane to Tasmania when her husband was appointed to the University, she began to write poetry while bringing up her four children. Reverting to male noms de plumes to get published hardened ...
1,055 wordsMany Australians have demonstrated the Anzac spirit in their field of choice. The Anzac spirit is that of pride for Australia. The Anzac spirit can be represented by comradely behaviour with the willingness to help others in need, thinking of them before you. The Anzac spirit is something that Australians strive for in themselves and expect it in others. To be classed to have the Anzac spirit the person must have influenced or contributed to Australians medically, artistically, spiritually, thro...
Tariffs On Imports Of Manufactured Goods
282 wordsEssay 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...
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