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Australia country Information

Australia country Information


Located south of the equator, Australia, the Island Continent, is bounded by the Indian Ocean to the west and Pacific Ocean in the east. It occupies cool temperate to tropical climates from 10° south to 43° south latitude and from 112° east to 153° east longitude, to the south of the countries of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, and west of . Global location map (right) by From…


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Christmas tree Au

Christmas tree Au


A bright start to the festive season At six o’clock sharp, more than 60, lights on Zurich’s tallest Christmas tree will be turned on to usher in the Advent period. As every year, hotel guests and local residents are welcome to the Baur au Lac park to share mulled wine and biscuits with us as we light up the Christmas tree. Santa Claus and his able assistant will light up the…


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Typical Christmas tree

Typical Christmas tree


Christmas Tree Buyer s Guide Everything you need to help you find your perfect Christmas tree With so many places to buy artificial Christmas trees, it can be challenging to find the best tree for you. This guide will help you through the buying process, so that you can find a tree that you will be proud to display year after year. Find the right artificial Christmas tree size…


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Images of Aboriginal People

Images of Aboriginal People


Hollywood’s versions of “how the West was won” relied totally on the presence of Native tribes, who were to be wiped out or reined in. “And, for the longest time, ” says Canadian Ojibway playwright Drew Hayden Taylor, “there wasn’t a real ‘Indian’ to be seen on the movie sets: Native ‘representation’ was taken care of by Italians or Spaniards—anyone with dark enough skin to…


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Australian traditions list

Australian traditions list


The immense rock formation of Uluru and rock domes of Kata Tjuta are remarkable geological and landform features set on a sand plain. They have special significance to the Anangu people as their Tjurkurpa (traditional law). Uluru is a huge, rounded, red sandstone monolith 9.4 kilometres in circumference rising to over 340 metres above the plain. Rock art in the caves around…


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Australian Christmas tree Ornaments

Australian Christmas tree Ornaments


Christmas Kingdom is your one stop Christmas Shop in Melbourne with an Australia wide online store. Guests of all ages are invited to enjoy the wonderland of Christmas Kingdom, featuring a magical forest (complete with talking tree), shimmering lights, sparkling ornaments and whimsical animated window displays. Whether you’d prefer to shop instore at our 20, square foot Christmas…


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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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