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    Introduction Thank you and good morning Madame speaker, The Federal government should have specific powers under the Australian constitution to legislate for the environment. This is necessary to achieve environmental protection whilst improving the environmental performance. The evolution of environmental laws has corresponded with refining of the collective environmental concerns and values. Previously in the past, the way the law has protected the environment was completely evident. The…

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    An Adnyamathanha and Norungga man born in Wallaroo South Australia, an inspirational captain to both the Australian public/Australian Indigenous community and the Sydney Swans…the definition of a true leader. Adam Goodes is an ex-AFL player whose legacy will live eternally, both on and off the field, regarded as an absolute all-time great of Australia’s game. A four time All Australian, two time Brownlow medal winner, not to mention the two premierships to his name, it’s fair to say he was…

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    people of australia still feel today while acknowledging the praiseworthy efforts to make change. Despite the poor history of the australian law it is ever revolutionising and we should not disregard its value in its current state. We must turn the page on our country 's past and move on making positive changes to the law that underpins the needs of everyone. While there are laws in place that protect human rights and anti discrimination at current…

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    From the first English arrivals in Australia, the Aboriginal people have lived in the shadow in their own country, with many issues that have not been resolved yet. Noel Pearson is one of the country´s most respected Aboriginal leaders and impressive intellects and powerful orators in Australia. He is a popular defender for Aboriginal rights, especially Aboriginal land. He has changed the approach to welfare, child abuse, child protection, education and economic development. In 2007, together…

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    .The division of power in Australia is the principle that sovereignty should be divided between the federal government and the state government, an example of this would be the case of the Commonwealth v Western Australia (1999) This case involved the implementation of the Mining Act 1978 (WA) to an area in Western Australia that under Defence Force regulations had been asserted as a defence practice area.The Commonwealth petitioned to the High Court for declarations that Mining Wardens do not…

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    nation known as the Commonwealth of Australia was a colony of the British Empire and then its own independent state, this can be traced with the settlers from other parts of the world, namely those from Europe and Great Britain. I will focus on the immigrants who went to the continent of Australia and its development as a colony then how it became a nation. In particular, there will be a concentration on how mining and prospecting interest help cultivate Australia as we know it today. This will…

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    Australia is a democracy; however this exists in name only. Democracy means that representatives elected by the people act on behalf of the people to promote and protect their human rights and wellbeing. When governments and individuals are able to self- impose regulations and laws on the people without due consideration or consultation, then democracy has failed. The Prime Minister, the federal and state governments are guilty on self-imposing laws onto the Australian people which negate their…

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    The Mabo Case Analysis

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    still at a disadvantage in our society, as a matter of fact, they rate as among the most disadvantaged peoples in Australia; so how much of society’s attitudes have really changed? The treatment of the ATSI people is a part of what has shaped contemporary Australia today, our behaviour and actions towards Aboriginal…

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    possible remain functionally separate. Legislature has the legislative power which is the power to make law which in Australia lies with Federal Parliament and various State and Territory Parliaments. The law made by a parliament is called legislation, a statute, or an Act of Parliament. Executive power is the power to administer the law. It is exercised by the executive, which in Australia consists of a Prime Minister, a Premier or a Chief Minister or other ministers (within the related…

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    Role Of Pollution In Vietnam

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    meaning at face value, focusing only on its first part, whereas Donald Horne meant it to be sarcastic. What he meant by this quote is that Australia has only prospered as a nation because of other countries and that the people within it have not done anything to contribute to this. He was very upset by some of Australia 's decisions such as the White Australia Policy. Many people believe that this quote is true but many people oppose it. When analysed in 5 different areas, social, historical,…

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