You are welcome to search the collection of free essays and research papers. Thousands of coursework topics are available. Buy unique, original custom papers from our essay writing service.

10 results found, view free essays on page:

  • State And Federal Governments
    446 words
    Australia Most Australians are governed by three levels of government - local, state and federal. For instance, a family living in Sydney would have the Sydney City Council (local) looking after such things as garbage collection, park maintenance and dog controls. Australians pay their local government by paying " rates' - paid according to the area and position of any land that you own. They would then be governed by the New South Wales Government, which would look after such things as roads, a...
  • Dismissal Of The Whitlam Government
    2,450 words
    The Whitlam Government (1972-1975) introduced many ideas that impacted on all the people of Australia. There may have been impediments that prevented the Whitlam Government from introducing new ideas, such as the Senate. Nevertheless in three years the Whitlam Government managed to win the hearts of many Australians. In their three year reign the Whitlam Government managed to create Medibank, establish firm relations with People's Republic of China, establish the Department of Aboriginal Affairs...
  • Majority Of Us Exports To Australia
    4,632 words
    Australia INTRODUCTION Australia, island continent located southeast of Asia and forming, with the nearby island of Tasmania, the commonwealth of Australia, a self governing member of the Commonwealth of Nations. The commonwealth of Australia is made up of six states -- News south Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Wester n Australia -- and two territories -- the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory. Australia, including Tasmania but excluding external...
  • Australia's Greatest Prime Ministers
    1,125 words
    Regarded by many as one of Australia's greatest Prime Ministers, John Curtin assumed office just six weeks before the bombing of Pearl Harbor and led Australia through the darkest hours of World War II. No prime minister has had a more profound effect on Australia and no man has given more in the service of his office. Curtin was born in the Victorian mining town of Cres wick on January 8, 1885. His parents were Irish immigrants. His father worked first as a policeman, then as a publican, and th...
  • Soldiers Of Australia
    499 words
    History of Australia 1901 2000 Between the years of 1901-2000, much occurred in the history of the proud, independent nation. Over more than 100 years ago, Australia fought the battle for federation against England. Australia proposed to be an independent, self-governed nation of six states and territories. Finally, on January 1st, 1901, Australia was proclaimed a federation at Centennial Park, Sydney. Only 6 years later, in 1907, the federal Arbitration Court handed down the Harvester Judgement...
  • Patrick Stevedoring To The Federal Court
    1,200 words
    Employment Relations Essay The 1998 Waterfront Dispute was described by John Howard as "a defining moment in Australia's industrial relations history". Do you agree with this statement Support your view by discussing the events and outcomes of this dispute. John Howard's comment on the 1998 Waterfront dispute between the Maritime Union of Australia and Patrick Stevedores was a hypocritical and ignorant description of one of Australia's worst industrial relations disputes. The Australian Governme...
  • Perdana V 6 In The Australian Market
    6,808 words
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report contains the study of the Australian market prior to the launch of the Perdana V 6 in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. Thorough research regarding the Australian culture in part 1, indicates opportunity for PROTON to enter the sedan-market with the 2-litre V 6 Perdana. The information we have gathered helps us make market planning decisions and interpret the entwined meaning of cultural information. Part 2 is constructed from more straightforward and relatively easie...
  • Links With Indonesia And Australia
    855 words
    Immigration to a different country is a major step, and one that should be thought about genuinely. In the case that will be discussed, why Indonesians have requested refuge in Australia, the move would be especially hard seeing that one country is an Asian society and one is western (Although Australia is geographically part of Asia). Reasons to leave a country can vary. One who flees for safety, especially to a foreign country to escape danger or avoid political, religious, or racial persecuti...
  • Whitlam's Own Interpretation Of The 1975 Dismissal
    2,662 words
    Account for the ways Whitlam, and various Australian historians have changed the way they write about the 1975 Whitlam dismissal: Over the past few decades, Gough Whitlam, and various Australian historians have continually debated, deliberated, and interpreted the dismissal of Gough Whitlam in 1975. When the many various interpretations of the 1975 dismissal are being assessed, one must take into account the personal contexts of the writers, their motives for their writing, who they are directin...
  • Government's Introduction Of The White Australia Policy
    753 words
    Analyse the political, social, and economic impacts of the Australian Government on its people during the 1901-1914 period. 600 word limit The actions, policies, and concepts underpinning the Australian Government at both federal and state levels during the 1901-1914 period had profound economic, political, and social impacts on the Australian people. Australian society at this time was divided by race, sex, and to a lesser extent, class distinctions. These social groups were significantly affec...

10 results found, view free essays on page: