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    completely disrupted a way of life that had been undisturbed for 50,000 years. The date of Australia Day is a disrespectful celebration towards aboriginal Australians. Firstly, the meaning of the celebration is disrespectful to aboriginals and the date should be changed or the meaning of celebration reconsidered. It is one thing to acknowledge the fact of invasion; it is quite another to celebrate it. Australia reveres its fallen warriors at Gallipoli nearly 100 years ago with monuments and…

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    Since the British colonization of Australia, the basic rights of indigenous Australian, including the land rights were despised, or even violated, by British settlements in many ways. Although the government’s policies have started to change from 1960s in order to protect human rights of indigenous people, the questions of reconciliation between them and Australian government have not been solved by now. In this essay, I will clarify Australia’s effort to make the reconciliation with indigenous…

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    of Government of Malaysia & Ors v Loh Wai Kong , Loh was a permanent resident of Australia. He returned to Malaysia in April 1975, and was charged with a criminal offense in the High Court at Ipoh on 2 August 1976. Loh obtained bail on condition that he surrenders his passport. On 2 March 1977, his passport expired, and Loh had it returned. He later applied for a new passport, citing the need to return to Australia by 1978, or his resident visa there would expire. The authorities rejected the…

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    Australia’s legal system is made on a combination of common law and statutory law. Australian common law mirrors British common law. It was developed in the courts based on precedents and is very flexible. Common law is not found in any type of legislation, but it helps guide judges when they are making decisions. It is a very flexible type of law because it adapts to changes whenever they are made. The statutory law on the other hand is made by Parliament. This could be the Federal Parliament…

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    return. Australia has signed and ratified the Refugee Convention with the intent to implement the legislation and policy that is required in order to support those who are dislocated from their home country due to the treat of persecution. This policy and legislation is implemented in Australia through the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) (Roadstorefuge, 2015). With the help of programs such as the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees governments, nations such as Australia, guarantee…

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    The county of Australia is a large island located in the Indian Ocean between Asia and the US. Slightly smaller than the US’s lower 48 states, Australia’s 2.97 million square miles of land are primarily split up into four major geographic regions; the Coastal Plains, the Eastern Highlands, the Central Lowlands and the Western Plateau (United). Most of Australia’s terrain is considered low, flat, and desert-like. However, there are mountain ranges and highlands that stretch across the country…

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    The Federation of Australia was when six separate, self-governing colonies of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, and Western Australia united to establish the Commonwealth of Australia. The federation of Australia was a difficult process as the states could not agree on the final constitution. At first, the idea of Federation was quite unpopular. Each colony had view themselves as a country and citizens had grown patriotic of their own . One of the more…

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    Australia has a unique system of government which, while similar in some respects to the United States of America (USA), is quite different in important areas. In the follow paper I argue that while in certain areas the President of the USA carries greater powers than that of an Australian Prime Minister, in some important categories he or she does not. I argue that the separation of powers are a critical constitutional restriction on the President which does not similarly hamstring the Prime…

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    Culturally Aware of Australia Australia is one of the flattest continent landmass due to erosion that happened 257 years ago; formed when it separated from the super-continent. In addition, Australia has a wide assortment of landform consisting of a small mountains, ancient crystal blocks, and ancient seas. Australia has ten deserts, largest being the Great Victoria Desert. Australia has one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef. Australia and Tasmania are two…

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    through thee span of years Australia has taken measures to address the issues faced by the Aboriginal Community, The year 2016 Federal election campaign has been able to address the issues until certain extent. The essay critically looks at the history and the present issues faced by the Indigenous Australian Community and how has 2016 Federal election campaign has been able to address the issues of the present. In the year 1770 Lieutenant James Cook first arrived to Australia at the shores of…

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