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    Since 2002, Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, is called as the world most livable city and the term livability has become so widely and used differently due to numerous rankings of livability has been studied(ABC.au 2014). However, most of the surveys ( see for instance liveablecity.org 2014) use the livability term to describe the quality of life and characteristics of each city which makes it livable. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s global livability survey, there is a data shown massive benefits of living in Melbourne which make Melbourne win the award for four years and receive higher scores than other cities in the world, nevertheless it appears likely that there is some disadvantages which need to be focused. This…

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    Melbourne has a various number of attractions that range from its nightlife to its parks. Numerous festivals are hosted in and around Melbourne and the many concerts and shows attract tourists from interstate and international places. Melbourne has a strong sporting history and tourists can learn about Melbourne’s sporting history inside of some of its sporting stadiums, such as the MCG and Ammi Park. For those visiting Melbourne who are looking for a more laidback time, there are various…

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    Australian Digital Technologies and the UK’s Computing Curricula “There are standards for students, standards for teachers, standards for curriculum content, standards for just about everything that moves” (Eisner, 2000, p. 344). However, from the research, I found that the educational philosophies, cultural norms and values are not explicitly stated in each curriculum. In contrast, they have been developed and supported primarily by various educational agents, such as leading schools,…

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    Standing at the lights waiting to cross Flinders, waiting to cross Swanston. Standing at the tram stop. Walking up and down the steps; walking along the path in front of Young and Jacksons. Jo and Ash had gone into Young and Jacksons once. They went in with a man they’d met on a tram. ‘I’m here on holidays and don’t know anyone – can I buy you a drink?’ ‘Yes,’ Ash said. And all three of them jumped off the tram and headed for the pub. ‘I’ll show you a real tourist sight. A real piece of…

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    of this drab uniformity that exists as a cultural aspiration for many Australians. On the contrary, artists such as Howard Arkley have explored the vibrancy and diversity within suburbs, which introduce a more positive discourse that subverts the view of them as a ‘cultural wasteland’, however do not necessarily celebrate them. It is this complexity of how artists engage with the image and reality of suburbia that will be explored in this essay. The 1950s was a time where Australia was seen as…

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    Afl Business Model

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    for an owner, and a team to make money, leads to ignorance on the part of the team toward the desires of the community. To a capitalist, all that matters is the bottom line, thus, even if the community rises against the management, as long as they are continuing to sell tickets, merchandise, and earn a profit they will continue to ignore the actions of community members. This was seen leading up to the decision to sell the Sydney Swans explored previously. Prior to moving to Sydney, the Swans…

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    Bulimba Creek Habitat

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    Bulimba creek comprises of 122 km2 and is located in the eastern and south-eastern areas of Brisbane. The catchment area extends from “southern suburbs of Kuraby and Runcorn to Hemmant and Murarrie in the north” (Bulimba creek catchment, 2015). It contains seven freshwater swamplands and ten significant riparian remnants. Bulimba creek generally flows northwards into the Brisbane River (refer to the map) and is an example of a riparian zone, which by definition is “the interface between land and…

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    I saw today on AFL.Com.au, that the AFL now wants to introduce the last touch out of bounds are given as a free kick, I’m now convinced that the lunatics have taken over the asylum. The AFL believe that the new rule has been a factor in the free-flowing style of play. Well! I don’t know which code they are watching, but it is obvious the new free flowing play is purely from the reduction in interchange rotations,( which should go down even further) not for the insane out of bounds rule. Just ask…

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    Loneliness is an ever growing public health concern. Its negative effects on self-efficacy, self-esteem, and overall self-worth affects not only individual’s perception of self, but their role in society and their quality of life. Previous research suggests that loneliness depiction is inversely related to social desirability, such that individuals depicted as lonely are viewed as flawed or inadequate. One previous study administered the UCLA Loneliness Scale to 275 undergraduates and asked…

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    safety while using transport in Melbourne. This report has been written for the minister for Police and Emergency Services. 1.2 Background: Transport is a vital part of our daily lives. People use all types of transport to move from place to place. The transport consists of extensive networks and a wide variety of transport services, which includes many options such as public transport, bicycles, cars, motorcycles, etc. Those are some popular and convenient ways to travel in Melbourne. The…

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