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Filling in the Blanks: Mariquita, a Hybrid Biography from GuamFilling in the Blanks: Mariquita, a Hybrid Biography from Guam
Paper presented at the “Telling Pacific Lives” conference, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, December 2005
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Commonwealth of Australia. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 you are not permitted to reproduce, adapt, re-transmit or distribute the Transcript material in any form or by any means without seeking prior written approval from the Federal Court
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War and Peace: The Anzac spiritWar and Peace: The Anzac spirit
The Australian Human Rights Commission encourages the dissemination and exchange of information provided in this publication. All material presented in this publication is provided under Creative Commons Attribution 0 Australia
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Gumana v Northern Territory of AustraliaGumana v Northern Territory of Australia
Land Rights – grant of fee simple estate – effect of grant in the inter-tidal zone – whether exclusive possession vested by the grant – whether the grant excludes power of the Director of Fisheries to grant licences
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National Forum for the Prevention of Bushfire Arson Summary Report 3 May 2010 Table of contentsNational Forum for the Prevention of Bushfire Arson Summary Report 3 May 2010 Table of contents
Opening Address of the National Forum for the Prevention of Bushfire Arson page 5
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Asa message for Science Meets Parliament National Benefit of Astronomy the benefits to the tax payerAsa message for Science Meets Parliament National Benefit of Astronomy the benefits to the tax payer
Government recognises astronomy as a flagship Super Science and there has been significant financial investment for new facilities, particularly over the past 5 years
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Patrick Dodson 12 May 2000Patrick Dodson 12 May 2000
The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (aiatsis) is Australia’s premier institution for information and research on Indigenous cultures and issues
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Mortimer j: Chief Justice, I have the honour to announce that I have received a commission from her Excellency the Governor-General appointing me a judge of the Federal Court of Australia. I now present my commission
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Transcript of China under the Skin Speakers: Cathy Pilgrim (C), Linda Jaivin (L) LocationTranscript of China under the Skin Speakers: Cathy Pilgrim (C), Linda Jaivin (L) Location
Australia. My name’s Cathy Pilgrim, I am the Assistant Director-General of the Executive and Public Programs Division. As we begin I would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land, I thank their elders
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Transcript of China’s Last Celestial Dynasty Speakers: Nathan Woolley (N), Geremie Barmé (G) LocationTranscript of China’s Last Celestial Dynasty Speakers: Nathan Woolley (N), Geremie Barmé (G) Location
Celestial Empire. Now, Celestial Empire and its public programs would not be possible without the support of a tremendous group of partners. It has been an extraordinary collaboration between government
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Transcript for Chinese-Australian Communities in the Qing Era Speakers: Kathryn Favell (K), Kate BagnallTranscript for Chinese-Australian Communities in the Qing Era Speakers: Kathryn Favell (K), Kate Bagnall
I thank their elders past and present for caring for this land we’re now privileged to call home. Quite a topical time of year to be talking about home and elders and the past and the present and we’re going to explore some of that through a Chinese perspective
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The Wisdom of La Pérouse, a Navigator of Exception\The Wisdom of La Pérouse, a Navigator of Exception' 29 July 2015
I acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of this land that we are meeting on today, and pay my respects to Gweagal, Bidjigal and Cadigal elders past and present
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Audio transcript for William Strutt’s Black Thursday Speakers: Nicola MacKay-Sim NAudio transcript for William Strutt’s Black Thursday Speakers: Nicola MacKay-Sim N
Australia. My name is Nicola MacKay-Sim and I’m the Library’s Curator of Pictures. In welcoming you here today I’d like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we meet
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Lecture: Why Read Tragedy Today? Date: 11/03/15 Location: National Library of Australia Speakers: Marie-Louise Ayres, Professor Peter Holbrook Marie-Louise AyresLecture: Why Read Tragedy Today? Date: 11/03/15 Location: National Library of Australia Speakers: Marie-Louise Ayres, Professor Peter Holbrook Marie-Louise Ayres
Welcome to the National Library of Australia this evening. My name’s Marie-Louise Ayres, and I’m assistant director general for resource sharing here at the library. And that’s not about cutting the budget, by the way
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Essay: what is heritage? Peter SpearrittEssay: what is heritage? Peter Spearritt
Chair of the University of Queensland Press Board. Prof Spearritt is a devotee of places. With colleagues at the University of Queensland, he has recently completed the website queenslandplaces com au a guide to the 1100 cities, towns
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