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    Police Custody Essay

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    present options and recommendations to prevent the increasing rate of Aboriginal deaths in police custody. Baker and Cussen’s (2015) deaths in custody analysis, illustrates an increase in Aboriginal deaths in police custody; specifically in Western Australia and Queensland. In the last six months, this has been confirmed by media reports on New South Wales experiencing their first Aboriginal death in custody in 16 years (Gerthing, 2016). The main issues found linked to recent deaths are intoxication and police failings as a result of being overworked Background: Aboriginal deaths in police custody have been a significant issue since 1987 which called for The Royal Commission to investigate…

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    (Wearne 1980). In 1883 New South Wales established the Aboriginal Protection Board (Dudgeon, Wright, Paradies, Garvey & Walker 2010). Archibald Meston was a leading influential figure regarding Aboriginal Affairs in the colonial era (Briscoe 2003). After migrating from Scotland to Australia with his parents in 1859, Meston established a life as a journalist, civil servant and explorer. From 1875-1881, Meston edited the ‘Ipswich Observer’ and represented Rosewood Electorate in the Queensland…

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    Sydney Research Paper

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    Most of the Sydney’s museums are free to enter including the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Some of the more recommended ones in the same area the Australian Musuem, The Art Gallery of NSW and the Powerhouse Musuem. A good selection of art galleries to check out as well is China Heights and White Rabbit gallery; for more chic options, Surry Hills and the Eastern Suburbs have more options. The beaches in Sydney are to lust after for anyone without the ideal…

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    Krystopher Gonzalez 25 September 2015 ARC 2701 Annotated Bibliography Source 1 Fromonot, Francoise, and Jon Utzon. “Sydney Opera House.” Picon, Antoine: L’art de l’ingenieur, Paris: Editions du Centre Pompiduo (1997) This genuine piece of architecture is possibly Australia’s most famous building. The Sydney Opera House is located in New South Wales, Australia in the city of Sydney. In 1955, Bennelong Point officially became the ideal site of where the house would be constructed. This impressive…

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    started to get over populated, the British needed to find a new place that they could settle and send their convicts to. The British had many push and pull factors that made them want to establish a settlement in New South Wales. Some of these factors included that the convicts couldn’t be sent to the US anymore, the industrial revolution was also a huge factor and they were drawn to Australia to start a new settlement there. When the war of Independence ended in America, the British had to…

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    The Western Plateau Essay

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    spectacular scenery and the diverse range of landscape Australia beholds is the reason why distinctive landmarks such as the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru rank alongside renowned milestones such as the Grand Canyon of the US and the Matterhorn of Switzerland. Australia is divided into three major physical regions they are; the Western Plateau, the Central lowlands and the Eastern Highlands. The Eastern Highlands region of Australia is the highest part of Australia, being a series of hills,…

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    Cronulla Beach Action Plan

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    Contents Title Page………………………………………………………………………………..…Page 1 Contents…………………………………………………………………………….………Page 2 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………….Page 3 Aim, Focus Questions, Primary/Secondary Data, Results…………....Page 4 Discussion………………………………………………………………….. Research Action Plan Introduction Wanda Beach is the northernmost guarded beach on Bate Bay in Cronulla, New South Wales, Australia. Elouera Beach is a traversed beach that is situated on Bate Bay, in Cronulla, New South…

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    Egypt and Australia: The Power Behind European Domination Treading along the shore with Jared Diamond, New Guinean local politician Yali casually asks, "Why is it that you white people developed so much cargo and brought it to New Guinea, but we black people had little cargo of our own?" (Diamond 14) As a response to Yali, Jared Diamond first negates the assumption that the biological differences in humans from different parts of the globe affected the rate of development of their civilizations…

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    Hotel Bone Poem Analysis

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    Mabo judgement overturned the Terra Nullius fiction in 1982. (b) Protective legislation Victoria enacted Aboriginal protection act. This act were being achieved in Britain and the Australian colonies. However , for Aborigines , this act gave more controls over Aboriginal people's lifestyle. (c) the Australian Aborigines League 1933 The Australian Aboriginies league was founded in Melbourne in 1933 by William Copper. He wanted to draw attention to the treatment of Aborigines. It issued a…

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    The contentious debate over New South Wales government’s decisions to introduce new lockout laws has been heating over the past months. However, amidst the disagreement, Kings Cross has seen a 32 percent reduction in assaults since the laws were passed, while assaults in the Sydney CBD have fallen 26 percent according to the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR). The NSW Government has introduced new laws that close Sydney’s music clubs to new guests at 1:30am and ban selling…

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