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  • Australia

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    always dreamed of visiting and living is Australia. Whenever I see Australia on TV everything looks beautiful. The people seem very friendly and warm. Culturally it seems like a good fit for me because the people are pretty easy going and so am I. The country is made up very similar to us in its people according to http://www.indexmundi.com/ a few positives for me is that the infant mortality rate is lower and the life expectancy is a little higher in Australia. One big note is the obesity rate is

  • Australia, A Country Of Australia By John Bryson

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    Australia is a country of a very unique caliber. Beginning this book, I was not aware of much about Australia. The things that is mostly displayed about the country is that they have kangaroos and very large deserts. Bryson does a great job of describing the culture and events that can be enjoyed. He uses his own experiences to inform the reader of the adventure and excitement that resides in the country. Each trip that the author takes teaches about a new realm of Australia life. Bryson begins

  • Multiculturalism In Australia

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    It is clear that, for a number of reasons, Australia is indeed a lucky country – in fact, one of the most fortunate nations in the world. There are several advantages that our country has been granted with, especially in comparison to other countries across the globe. The multiculturalism of the Australian population must be celebrated, as well as the fact that we are fortunate to have a diverse and beautiful environment, along with ideal weather all-year round. Australians are also extremely privileged

  • Refugees In Australia

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    The first boat with refugees to Australia in 1976, there are five men come to Australia in Darwin by boat (Phillips &Spinks 2013). Australia as a human immigrant country and it has policy receive refugees and asylum seekers. Since more and more refugees entered Australia from all over the world such as Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America, that the Australia is a multicultural country (UNHCR 2011). There is a small group of people are opposed to refugees, they have prejudice and bias against the

  • Afp In Australia

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    The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and the State Police are the major forces that facilitate for the enforcement of law in Australia. The two forces operate under the jurisdiction of The Police Federation of Australia, which facilitates for the provision of a lobbying capacity and an additional research for the bodies. The AFP force investigates crimes against the Law of Commonwealth that occur across the nation, while the state police force enforces state law in their respective states. Additionally

  • Hypertension In Australia

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    In Australia, cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of mortality and has significantly affected the Indigenous Australians, the ageing population and people living in rural and remote areas (Parkinson & Parker, 2013). About 3.0% of the total Australian population of 23.5 million is Indigenous people. In June 2014, the estimated Australian Indigenous population was 713,000, around 357,000 females and 356,600 males (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), 2015). The principle

  • Australia Essay

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    The legacy of this government was that it instigated major changes in the social and cultural fabric of Australia but it also challenged the philosophy of what an Australian is and what Australia represented. The late 1960s and early 1970s were times of great change. Perspectives and acceptances about imperialism, women's liberation, racism, ideology, religion, war, morality, social responsibility and the natural environment were changing for a great many people throughout the world. Some issues

  • Australia Essay

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    policy and disapproving the production of weapons of mass destruction, Australia can initiate the progress to removing these potential threats to secure Australia nationally and the Asia Pacific region as well (Hawkins & Kimber 2016). Thus, Australia’s key national interests include regional and global security to maintain and strengthen the peaceful relationships internationally. The second key national interest of Australia is the economy. Australia’s capital, jobs, standards of living, technological

  • Australia Essays

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    Australia- Trade and Immigration Background As Joycelyn has mentioned Australia's having greater and greater interaction with its Asian neighbours, through the areas of trade and its active role in the regional trade organization - APEC. Despite its location, Australia can hardly be thought of being an Asian country. Not so long ago, Asian were looked down upon, with a mixture of fear because of the communist aggression, pity because of their poverty, and contempt, as they dumped cheap and poorly

  • Australia Essay

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    The name of Australia comes from the Latin word Australis, which means southern. Since it lies entirely in the southern hemisphere, Australia is most commonly referred to as “down under”. Australia, being a country, is also a continent. In land area it’s the sixth largest for a country and the smallest continent.Australia is a very dry, thinly populated country. Very few coastal areas receive enough rainfall to support a large population. The largest group of Australian people live in two large cities

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