Gympie Regional Council

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  • Analysis Of A Bridge To Wiseman's Cove

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    Carl Matt is a15-year-old who goes through many bumpy roads to reach the happy ending. James Moloney’s novel, A Bridge to Wiseman’s Cove is set in wattle beach and the island wisemans cove located In Victoria Australia, the book was first published in 1996. A Bridge to Wiseman’s Cove follows the story of Carl Matt as he settles in to Wattle Beach. the novel portrays Carl as he grows and learns to accept himself through exploring relationships with different characters throughout the book, the people

  • Advantages Of Local Election

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    Local election was first introduced in George Town in 1857 and abolished by 1913. It was then reintroduced in 1951 with the passing of the Local Authorities Election Ordinance 1950. Two years late, the Local Council Ordinance 1952 created local councils for villages. The last local election was held in 1963 due to proclamation of emergency in September 1964 because if the confrontation from Indonesia. Quote from James Anthony, “…the suspension of local election as early as 1969 in Kuala Lumpur was

  • The Improvement Of Employment Relation

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    The improvement of Employment Relation is the lawful connection in the middle of managers and workers, or between both sides. It exists when a person/a gathering performs work or administrations under specific conditions consequently for compensation. For a superior vocation later on both sides have a superior comprehension of the new Health and Safety Act, meeting wellbeing and security guidelines, occupation understandings in accordance with the Employment Relations Act, unjustified rejection,

  • Petrie Mill Case Study

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    but also extend to the benefits of economy, environment, community and etc. Recommendations • Due to the scale of the university project, there is uncertainty with regards to the actual development time frame in the long term. • Moreton bay regional council hasn’t received the funding from state and federal government so far since the transformation of the Petrie Paper mill started. The development is still under risk if MBRC can’t get expected funding from state and federal government. • As the

  • Australia’s Banking Industry

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    Executive Summary Australia has a strong, profitable, sophisticated and well regulated banking sector which is welcoming of new entrants and increasingly engaged in regional and global markets. The financial sector is the largest contributor to Australia’s national output, around 11 per cent of Australian output or A$135 billion of real gross value added in 2010.1 Australia ranked fifth amongst the world’s leading financial

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