BtN: Episode 4 Transcripts 09/03/10 On this week\BtN: Episode 4 Transcripts 09/03/10 On this week's Behind the News
Also on the show today we'll find out how little wooden blocks are closing the gap What gap? You'll find out soon
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Should all buildings in high risk areas be earthquake resistant? Explain your answer
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Embedding Diversity: Towards a Culturally Inclusive Pedagogy a report by Jane Moore February 2008 Background BriefingEmbedding Diversity: Towards a Culturally Inclusive Pedagogy a report by Jane Moore February 2008 Background Briefing
Fran Waugh guided the project whilst Donna O’Connor was on leave and Lindsey Napier assisted the project at each level. Nigel Bagnall offered a driving force for the project initiatives and lent his guidance and support unreservedly to all aspects of
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Social Justice Report 2008Social Justice Report 2008
Attorney General as required by section 46C (1)
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Wanampi: rainbow serpent of the desertWanampi: rainbow serpent of the desert
Aboriginal artistic practice. This essay accompanies an exhibition of Indigenous art from the collection of Dr David and Linnett Turner plus one work contributed by the author
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Positive Discourse Analysis: Solidarity and ChangePositive Discourse Analysis: Solidarity and Change
I refer to as Positive Discourse Analysis (pda). Three examples of sites for analysis of this kind are introduced, including genre renovation, evaluative language
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August 2015 uestions for discussionAugust 2015 uestions for discussion
Do you think Australians should vote on changing the marriage laws? Why or why not?
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Background informationBackground information
She is the author of a number of non-fiction titles, including It's True! Your Bones are Stronger than Concrete and It's True! Your Hair Grows 15 Kilometres a Year as well as two picture books Pickle
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Why did Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody write a song about aboriginal land rights?Why did Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody write a song about aboriginal land rights?
Kelly and Kev Carmody and performed by Paul Kelly for its original recording it in 1990. They wrote this song in response to the fight for aboriginal land rights and equal pay for black and white workers
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Barnaby’s World Trip Itinerary 3 October 2006 – 21 June 2007Barnaby’s World Trip Itinerary 3 October 2006 – 21 June 2007
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August 2015 uestions for discussionAugust 2015 uestions for discussion
Discuss with another student the sort of information found on food packaging and labels
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Topic library respiratoryTopic library respiratory
Leading ent surgeon playing a major role in ear health among children and Aborigines. Hospital Journal of Australia;12(5): 8
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Topic specific library hibTopic specific library hib
Bcg vaccination: what should Australia do? Medical Journal of Australia;2(10): 534-5
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Report on the Darwin petrol market November 2015Report on the Darwin petrol market November 2015
This work is copyright. In addition to any use permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, all material contained within this work is provided under a Creative Commons Attribution 0 Australia licence, with the exception of
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Final Report March 2009 Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation Table of Contents The Yuendumu/Lajamanu Dialysis Services Feasibility Study 3Final Report March 2009 Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation Table of Contents The Yuendumu/Lajamanu Dialysis Services Feasibility Study 3
Central Land Council to appoint a consultant to conduct a feasibility study on the provision of dialysis support services for Warlpiri patients from Lajamanu, Yuendumu and surrounding Warlpiri communities
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