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  • Aboriginal Australia Case Study

    (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 Legislation Assembly. In 1894 the Colonial Secretary commissioned Meston to “prepare plans for improving the lot of Aborigines in Queensland” (Briscoe 2003). In 1897 the Queensland ‘Aboriginal Protection and Restriction of the Sale of Opium Act’ was passed, incorporating a majority of Archibald Meston’s 1896 work. This was the first of many protection acts to be passed within Australia in the years following. In 1901 Australia was constituted as a nation and so began almost a century of trauma and displacement for the Aboriginal Australians. After the Federation of Australia in 1901, legislations and policies aiming to eradicate the Aboriginal Australian populations were passed. Wearne (1980) highlights the negative impact of Federation upon Aboriginal Australians stating, “Australia day is for us a day of national pride; for the Aborigines, it may as well by a day of mourning”. In 1905, the Western Australia ‘Aborigines Act’ was passed. In 1909 New South Wales introduced the…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Lockout Laws

    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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  • Hotel Bone Poem Analysis

    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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  • Sydney Opera House Essay

    for the roof. In 1961 the design team found a solution. The solution was to create the shells out of sections from a sphere, which could be made from a common sphere mould. The shells are held up by ‘ribs’ and panels inside the building. This stage cost approximately $12.5Million. The third and final stage started in 1966; the Interior. The interior of the Sydney Opera House was the most expensive part of the construction, costing over $55 Million. In 1965 there was a change of government and…

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  • Why Is Australia So Powerful

    Australia has a population of about 23.13 million people. Australia's capital is Canberra. Australia's prime minister is Malcolm Turnbull. Australia has lots of beautiful cities. For example Sydney is a very beautiful. One of the top sites to see in Sydney is Sydney Opera House. The blue mountains are very beautiful. The cairns is also a very beautiful place. Uluru is also a very beautiful place. Perth is also a very beautiful place to. The Gold Coast is also a very beautiful place. The Great…

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  • Lake Eyre Case Study

    Xun chen Gec000000ah 470 Task1 1: lake Eyre in central Australia 2: gippslond lakes of Victoria 3: lake Victoria in Victoria 4: parking river in nsw 5: snowy river Victoria 6: old river Western Australia 7: mount Kosciuszko nsw 8: mount zeal northern territory 9: mount ossa Tasmania 10: pedirka desert South Australia 11: great Victoria Desert in Victoria 12: Tanami desert in northern territory 13: Western Australia has an arid to semi-arid climate with warm…

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  • R V Dudley And Stephens Case Study

    F= Facts: The case title is R.v. Dudley and Stephens (1884) 14 QBD 273. On May 19, 1884 a yacht set sail to Sydney, Australia from Southampton, England. There are four men involved in this case the crew of the Mignonette, Tom Dudley, Edwin Stephens, Edmund Brooks, and Richard Parker. The captain Dudley and crewman Stephens were charged with the murder of the cabin boy Parker. The yacht sank off the coast of South Africa on July 5, 1600 miles away from Cape of Good Hope. The crew could access…

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  • Barangaroo Headland Park And Reserve: Case Study

    1.1 AREA OF STUDY: Barangaroo Headland Park/ Reserve, consisting of 6 Ha, is an urban redevelopment project started in 2012 and is located within close proximity of Sydney, CBD, 33°51’25.16” S, 151°12’3.14” E, starting from where Towns Pl meets Dalgety Rd at the roundabout, to before Hickson Rd meets Munns St. The Barangaroo Reserve comprises of open spaces with lookouts over Sydney Harbor, walking and cycling trails, coves and picnic spots. Upon the completion, of the 3 different divisions…

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  • Sydney Opera House Case Study Assignment

    Sydney Opera House Case Study Assignment There are multiple ways that companies acquire customers to buy into their product or service. However, this assignment will be based around enterprise value creation as explained by Payne and Frow (2013, pg. 261) ways that companies add value for their customers and vice versa for their customers to add value to the company and obtaining the most value from a customer experience. An ACURA model will also be explained included, elements, concepts and…

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  • College Overhaul

    From as early as middle school the educational system begins to ingrain how important going to college is for each individual, whether they attend a trade school, community college, or university. Students take tests that suggest where they are more knowledgeable, what they are more interested in, what field they are more likely to succeed in. This sets up each individual to discover their interests and hone the necessary skills to ultimately get accepted into the college of their choice. For…

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