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Australian family life

Australian family life


Families have long been viewed as the core social unit that maintains people s welfare. Over recent decades there have been extensive changes in the way that families are structured and function. Research and policy interest has shifted from maintaining the so-called ideal or traditional family form (a married couple and their children) to improving the quality of relationships…


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What is an Aboriginal?

What is an Aboriginal?


There is a wide range of purification ceremonies associated with Canadian Aboriginal peoples, but perhaps the most well-known is the sweat lodge. Sweat lodges have been a tradition for First Nations throughout North America since time immemorial, and they still serve many functions for indigenous people today. The sweat lodge ceremony cleans and heals the body. It heals the…


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Christmas tree decorations Australia

Christmas tree decorations Australia


As the weather begins to turn towards the end of the year, people’s mind begin to wander towards the thought of Christmas trees and all things seasonal and they contemplate what kind of tree they are going to have this year and where in the world they’re going to be able to get it from. They look at tree pictures on the internet, and try to imagine Christmas presents underneath…


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Communications in Australia

Communications in Australia


Communications Research Unit, Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts. COMMUNICATIONS BEFORE FEDERATION From the earliest days of European settlement in Australia, communication services have been seen as the almost exclusive responsibility of government. For the first decades of British governance no reliable mail service existed on the new continent…


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Australian Santa Claus

Australian Santa Claus


SYDNEY, Australia – He is an unlikely revolutionary, but this Christmas, Santa is a rebel with a claus. He is having the last laugh on political correctness — and it s a great big fat belly laugh. Santas across Sydney, Australia, are rebelling against attempts to ban their traditional greeting of ho, ho, ho in favor of ha, ha, ha. Recruitment firm Westaff — which supplies…


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What Is In Australia?

What Is In Australia?


Many international students want to settle in Australia for good and fruitful career. Most students generally start their employment on temporary work visa, which only allows them to work for limited period. Some students find it difficult to get PR because their education and occupation is not appropriate to be eligible for PR. This can be very costly mistake as it is known…


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Aboriginal Festivals

Aboriginal Festivals


Throughout every season, Canada’s Aboriginal peoples host a variety of colourful and fascinating festivals and events to both celebrate their ancient-yet-still-thriving culture, and also to share the traditional values and way of life that protects and holds the land sacred. With more than 198 distinct First Nations calling it home, British Columbia is fortunate to be able…


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Christmas trees in Australia

Christmas trees in Australia


Whether you want to cut your own tree, pick a live tree and have it cut for you, buy a tree already cut or buy a living tree you can plant, this page provides detailed listings of Australia s choose-and-cut Christmas tree farms, places to buy pre-cut (also called pre-harvested and fresh-cut) trees, stands, sleigh rides, hay rides and related winter events and fun. Some listings…


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Information report about Australia

Information report about Australia


The model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act sets out certain types of workplace incidents that need to be notified to regulators. Only the most serious safety incidents are intended to be notifiable and they trigger requirements to preserve the incident site pending further direction from the regulator. Notifiable incidents are: the death of a person a ‘serious injury or illness’…


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Aboriginal beliefs

Aboriginal beliefs


Beliefs, understanding and interpretation stem from shared values, social relations within and between the family and the community, past experiences, cultural identity, and values[, ]. Like many other cultures[, ], notions of living well , sickness or illness present a complex, dynamic picture in Indigenous populations. Concept of health and wellbeing range from absence…


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