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2014 Australian International Beer Awards 100%

United Breweries, Queensland, Australia 1A - Australian Style Lager (Best Australian Style Lager) 1920 Gold Victoria Bitter, Draught Carlton &

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town 98%

A1 Mine Settlement, Victoria Abbotts, Western Australia Aberdeen, New South Wales Aberfeldy, Victoria Abermain, New South Wales Acheron, Victoria Acland, Queensland Acton Park, Western Australia Acton, Tasmania Adaminaby, New South Wales Adavale, Queensland Addington, Victoria Adelaide Lead, Victoria Adelaide River, Northern Territory Adelaide, South Australia Adelong, New South Wales Adjungbilly, New South Wales Adventure Bay, Tasmania Agnes Water, Queensland Agnes, Victoria Agnew, Western Australia Aireys Inlet, Victoria Airlie Beach, Queensland Ajana, Western Australia Alawoona, South Australia Albany, Western Australia Albert, New South Wales Alberton West, Victoria Alberton, Victoria Aldersyde, Western Australia Alectown, New South Wales Alexandra, Victoria Alford, South Australia Alfredtown, Victoria Alice River, Queensland Alice Springs Allans Flat, Victoria Allansford, Victoria Allanson, Western Australia Allendale East, South Australia Allendale, Victoria Allenvale, Victoria Allestree, Victoria Allora, Queensland Allworth, New South Wales Alma Park, New South Wales Alma, Victoria Almonds, Victoria Almurta, Victoria Alonnah, Tasmania Alpha, Queensland Alpurrurulam, Northern Territory Alstonville, New South Wales Altona, Victoria Alvie, Victoria Amamoor, Queensland Amelup, Western Australia American River, South Australia Amery, Western Australia Amherst, Victoria Amity Point, Queensland Amphitheatre, Victoria Anakie, Queensland Anakie, Victoria Ancona, Victoria Andamooka, South Australia Anderson, Victoria Angaston, South Australia Angledool, New South Wales Anglers Reach, New South Wales Anglers Rest, Victoria Anglesea, Victoria Angourie, New South Wales Angurugu, Northern Territory Annuello, Victoria Ansons Bay, Tasmania Antwerp, Victoria Apollo Bay, Victoria Appin, New South Wales Applethorpe, Queensland Apsley, Victoria Aputula, Northern Territory Arakoon, New South Wales Araluen, New South Wales Aramac, Queensland Aratula, Queensland Arcadia, Victoria Archies Creek, Victoria Archville, New South Wales Ardath, Western Australia Ardglen, New South Wales Ardlethan, New South Wales Ardrossan, South Australia Ardyaloon, Western Australia Areegra, Victoria Areyonga, Northern Territory Ariah Park, New South Wales Armagh, South Australia Armstrong, Victoria Arno Bay, South Australia Arnold, Victoria Arrino, Western Australia Arrowsmith, Western Australia Arthur River, Tasmania Arthur River, Western Australia Arthurs Creek, Victoria Arthurs Seat, Victoria Arthurton, South Australia Arumpo, New South Wales Ascot (Ballarat) Ascot (Bendigo) Ashbourne, Victoria Ashford, New South Wales Ashley, New South Wales Atherton, Queensland Athlone, Victoria Attunga, New South Wales Auburn, South Australia Augathella, Queensland Augusta, Western Australia Aurukun, Queensland Austin, Western Australia Australind, Western Australia Avalon, Victoria Avenel, Victoria Avoca, Tasmania Avoca, Victoria Avonsleigh, Victoria Axedale, Victoria Ayr, Queensland Baan Baa, New South Wales Baandee, Western Australia Baarmutha, Victoria Babakin, Western Australia Babinda, Queensland Bacchus Marsh, Victoria Baddaginnie, Victoria Badgebup, Western Australia Badger Creek, Victoria Badgingarra, Western Australia

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Open-Letter 95%

AN OPEN LETTER TO:     Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk   Queensland Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Leanne Donaldson    Dear Annastacia and Leanne,    I hope this letter finds you well.     As you may already be aware, today, February 6th, 2016, I will begin a hunger strike with the  ultimate goal of increasing the protection of both humans and marine life off the coast of  Queensland, by proposing commitments for the state government to transition from the current  Shark Control Program to non­lethal alternatives.     The reasons for the Hunger Strike:     1. The current Queensland Shark Control Program has a high impact on marine ecosystems off  Queensland and does not discriminate between marine animal species. Implemented marine  mammal deterrents do not have a high success rate (~40%) and still pose a significant threat to  whales and dolphins.     The program in Queensland has captured more than 78,000 marine animals since 1962,  including several species listed as vulnerable, endangered and critically endangered. The  program is now listed as a Key Threatening Process for a number of Queensland species at risk  of extinction.    2. The program has been implemented since 1962 and is utilising out­dated practices to  mitigate shark­human encounters at popular beaches. Hundreds of scientists have spoken out  over the past few years in opposition to the use of shark nets and drum lines, as there is no  sound scientific evidence to suggest that they reduce the risk of shark bite, and there are now  several non­lethal alternatives available to replace the current devices.     Please consider the below research on the effectiveness of the QLD Shark Control Program,  published by ​Professor & Director, Centre for Marine Futures, University of Western Australia,  Jessica Meeuwig.    http://theconversation.com/has­queensland­really­saved­lives­by­killing­thousands­of­sharks­23 437    Scientists such as Daryl McPhee of Bond University and social scientist Dr Chris Neff are also  other important individuals to liaise with in regards to the above statement.    3. The devices used in the Queensland Shark Control Program pose a direct threat to beach  goers, with the risk of dislodgement of shark nets and drum lines (which caused the drowning  death of a young boy in 1992 on the Gold Coast) as well as the risk to rescue crews tasked with  disentangling large animals such as whales (one member of the Sea World rescue crew lost  half a finger in 2015 during the rescue of a whale entangled in a shark net).     ● In May, 2015, 11 shark nets were dislodged off the Gold Coast and Sunshine coast and  became a direct threat to hundreds of beach goers, unaware of the dangers that these  devices pose when loose. One shark net became dislodged within the surf zone at  Burleigh Heads, and hundreds of surfers were in close vicinity of the net over  approximately 6 days.      http://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/wild­weather­dislodges­shark­nets­along­coast/262 6186/     http://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/lifestyle/pets­and­wildlife/unaware­gold­coast­board­riders­l ucky­to­escape­dislodged­drum­lines­and­nets­after­storm/news­story/bef0ba2deb52db423ed9 69f8d7c057e0        ● In November, 2014, a member of the public at Palm Beach contacted me after  discovering a drum line floating at his local beach, while he was swimming in the surf  zone with his young daughter­ there was no public announcement regarding the  dislodgement of this drum line.    Another risk that the shark nets present is a ‘false sense of security’ for locals and tourists who  are largely misinformed about how the shark nets and drum lines work. Many are under the  impression that the nets enclose the entire beach, creating a 100% safe zone for swimmers and  surfers. This of course is not the case and since 1962 there have been more than 30 instances  of shark­human incidence on Queensland beaches with shark nets and drum lines  implemented, one of these was fatal. Source:  http://www.sharkattackfile.net/spreadsheets/GSAF5.xls    I will be entering into a hunger strike by refraining the consumption of all food and liquid with the  exception of water, beginning at 9am on Saturday the 6th of February, 2016.     The strike will continue until commitments are met by the Queensland State Government/  Department of Primary Industries to fund non­lethal alternatives and to commit to a phase out of  current lethal devices over the coming years.       Requested commitments:    • A commitment of funding matching the NSW State Governments’ recent funding  commitment into the trial and implementation of non­lethal alternatives along  Queensland popular beaches over the coming years.     • A commitment to phase out shark nets and drum lines along the Queensland coast  over the coming years.     Until the Queensland State Government meets the above commitments, the hunger strike will  continue.    I would be more than happy to travel to meet with either the Queensland Premier and/or the  Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries to discuss the above.    I hope your consideration of the above information results in the most optimal outcome for both  humans and Queensland’s iconic marine wildlife, which contributes so much to the state’s  tourism economy and intrinsic values.      Kind regards,    Nicole McLachlan   

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NCC046-booklet FA-web 92%

30 September – 2 October 2014 Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre Gold Coast, Queensland PROGRAM Program at a glance Day Time Day 0 Monday 29 Sep 04.30 – 05.30 pm Registration desk opens 05.30 – 07.30 pm Welcome reception Day 1 Tuesday 30 Sep 08.30 – 10.05 am Opening Plenary – International perspective of adaptation 10.05 – 10.30 am Morning tea Day 2 Wednesday 1 Oct Day 3 Thursday 2 Oct Activity Room Level 1, Foyer G Foyer F Rooms 5, 6, 7 Foyer F 10.30 – 12.00 pm Plenary 2 – How is business responding to climate change?

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ClimateAdaptation2014 Program and Abstracts book 92%

30 September – 2 October 2014 Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre Gold Coast, Queensland PROGRAM &

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Cost of Living - Colin Dwyer 91%

The cost of living in North Queensland needs to be monitored.

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Australian airports 91%

Contents 1 Current bases 1.1 Australian Capital Territory 1.2 New South Wales 1.3 Northern Territory 1.4 Queensland 1.5 South Australia 1.6 Victoria 1.7 Western Australia 2 Former Headquarters 3 Former bases in Australia 3.1 Australian Capital Territory 3.2 New South Wales 3.3 Northern Territory 3.4 Queensland 3.5 South Australia 3.6 Victoria 4 Stations in Australia 5 Airfields in Australia 5.1 New South Wales 5.1.1 Sydney Basin 5.1.2 Hunter &

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List of Australian military bases 90%

Most of Australian Defence Force bases are equipped withEveryman's Welfare Service recreation centres.[1] Contents 1 Australian Defence Force (Joint) 1.1 Australian Capital Territory 1.2 New South Wales 1.3 Victoria 2 Australian Army 2.1 Australian Capital Territory 2.2 New South Wales 2.3 Northern Territory 2.4 Queensland 2.5 South Australia 2.6 Tasmania 2.7 Victoria 2.8 Western Australia 3 Royal Australian Air Force 3.1 Australian Capital Territory 3.2 New South Wales 3.3 Northern Territory 3.4 Queensland 3.5 South Australia 3.6 Victoria 3.7 Western Australia 4 Royal Australian Navy 4.1 Australian Capital Territory 4.2 New South Wales 4.3 Northern Territory 4.4 Queensland 4.5 South Australia 4.6 Tasmania 4.7 Victoria 4.8 Western Australia 5 References Australian Defence Force (Joint) Australian Capital Territory Australian Defence Force Academy Campbell Park Offices Russell Offices Tuggeranong Headquarters Joint Operations Command (HQJOC) New South Wales Defence Establishment Myambat Defence Plaza, Sydney Victoria Defence Plaza, Melbourne Swan Island Victoria Barracks, Melbourne Australian Army Australian Capital Territory Royal Military College, Duntroon New South Wales Holsworthy Barracks – Holsworthy, Liverpool Military Area, Sydney Steele Barracks – Moorebank, Liverpool Military Area, Sydney Blamey Barracks – Kapooka, Kapooka Military Area, Wagga Wagga Randwick Barracks, Sydney Victoria Barracks, Sydney Lone Pine Barracks, Singleton Timor Barracks, Ermington, Sydney [1][2] Bullecourt Barracks, Adamstown (Newcastle) Lancer Barracks, Parramatta, Sydney Northern Territory Larrakeyah Barracks – Darwin Robertson Barracks – Darwin Queensland Victoria Barracks – Brisbane Borneo Barracks – Darling Downs Military Area, Cabarlah Kokoda Barracks – Canungra Gallipoli Barracks – Enoggera Lavarack Barracks – Townsville Army Aviation Centre – Darling Downs Military Area,Oakey South Australia Hampstead Barracks Keswick Barracks Keswick Barracks Warradale Barracks Woodside Barracks RAAF Base Edinburgh Tasmania Anglesea Barracks, Hobart Derwent Barracks, Glenorchy Paterson Barracks, Launceston Youngtown Barracks, Launceston Kokoda Barracks, Devonport Warrane Baracks, Warrane Buckland Military Training Area, north of Richmond, Tasmania Victoria Latchford Barracks, Bonegilla – Albury/Wodonga Military Area Gaza Ridge Barracks, Bandiana – Albury/Wodonga Military Area Wadsworth Barracks, Bandiana – Albury/Wodonga Military Area Tobruk Barracks, Puckapunyal – Puckapunyal Military Area Hopkins Barracks, Puckapunyal – Puckapunyal Military Area Bridges Barracks, Puckapunyal – Puckapunyal Military Area Simpson Barracks, Watsonia – Melbourne Maygar Barracks, Broadmeadows – Melbourne Oakleigh Barracks, Oakleigh South – Melbourne Ringwood Barracks, Ringwood East – Melbourne Western Australia Campbell Barracks – Swanbourne Irwin Barracks – Karrakatta Leeuwin Barracks – Fremantle Royal Australian Air Force Australian Capital Territory RAAF Base Fairbairn (disbanded) New South Wales RAAF Base Glenbrook RAAF Base Richmond RAAF Base Wagga RAAF Base Williamtown Northern Territory RAAF Base Darwin RAAF Base Tindal Queensland RAAF Base Amberley RAAF Base Scherger RAAF Base Townsville South Australia RAAF Base Edinburgh RAAF Woomera Range Complex RAAF Base Woomera Victoria RAAF Base East Sale RAAF Base Williams – Point Cook RAAF Base Williams – Laverton Western Australia RAAF Base Curtin RAAF Base Learmonth RAAF Base Pearce Royal Australian Navy Australian Capital Territory HMAS Harman – Canberra HMAS Creswell – Jervis Bay Territory New South Wales HMAS Albatross – Nowra HMAS Kuttabul – Garden Island, Sydney HMAS Penguin – Balmoral, Sydney HMAS Waterhen – Waverton, Sydney HMAS Watson – Watsons Bay, Sydney Northern Territory HMAS Coonawarra – Darwin Queensland HMAS Cairns – Cairns NHQ South Queensland – Brisbane South Australia NHQ South Australia – Adelaide Tasmania NHQ Tasmania – Hobart Victoria HMAS Cerberus – Crib Point Western Australia HMAS Stirling – Garden Island References 1.

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PressReleaseARMCommentsPDF 89%

50476001156 Australian Monarchist League – Queensland Branch MEDIA RELEASE:

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untitled 1 88%

Featherstone Southport, Queensland, Australia 3 Michael Featherstone, Zach Featherstone, Zoei Keong, Travis Burch Phoenix Global, Internet Reputation Australia, investigatorbali.com.au Detective Services, Private Investigations, Compliance, Risk Management and Internet Services.

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Technical and further education 88%

Contents 1 Similar institutions 2 Qualifications awarded by TAFE colleges 3 TAFE colleges by state/territory 3.1 Australian Capital Territory 3.2 New South Wales 3.3 Northern Territory 3.4 Queensland 3.5 South Australia 3.6 Tasmania 3.7 Victoria 3.8 Western Australia 4 See also 5 References 6 External links 6.1 State and territory TAFE websites 6.2 Victorian Association of TAFE Libraries 6.3 Vocational education and training (VET) 6.4 Career guidance 6.5 TAFE union sites Similar institutions In New Zealand the equivalent of a TAFE is a Polytech.

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ausport 86%

Australian Port Directory Australian Blue Asbestos Batemans Bay Bathurst Harbour Bermagui, New South Wales Boat Harbour Boat Harbour, South Georgia Boat Harbour, Tasmania Bowen, Queensland Bunbury, Western Australia Challenger Harbour Coalcliff, New South Wales Coffs Harbour Cossack, Western Australia Dampier, Western Australia Darwin, Northern Territory Esperance, Western Australia Freight transport Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour Fremantle Harbour George Town, Tasmania Geraldton Gerringong, New South Wales Gove Peninsula Granville Harbour Gregory, Western Australia Harbor Haven Henri Freycinet Harbour Hillarys Boat Harbour Hope Harbour Kuala Sepetang List of ports in Australia Mackay, Queensland Macquarie Harbour Marina NSW Maritime Newcastle Port Corporation Newcastle, New South Wales Outer Harbor, South Australia Oyster Harbour, Western Australia Pilbara Iron Point Samson, Western Australia Port Port Alfred Port Alma, Queensland Port Augusta, South Australia Port Botany, New South Wales Port Denison, Western Australia Port Douglas, Queensland Port Essington Port Hedland, Western Australia Port Hughes, South Australia Port Jackson Port Jackson Port Kembla, New South Wales Port Kennedy, Western Australia Port Lincoln Port Musgrave Port Neill, South Australia Port Noarlunga, South Australia Port Patterson Port Rickaby, South Australia Port Sorell, Tasmania Port Stephens Port Victoria, South Australia Port Vincent, South Australia Port Walcott Port Willunga, South Australia Port of Albany Port of Bundaberg Port of Eden Port of Gladstone Portland Harbour Ports Australia Prince Frederick Harbour Roadstead Roebourne, Western Australia Shellharbour, New South Wales Shute Harbour Southport Stanley Harbour Strahan, Tasmania Transport in Australia Trial Harbour Ulladulla, New South Wales Victor Harbor, South Australia Wadeye, Northern Territory Wickham, Western Australia Wollongong Head Lighthouse Yamba, New South Wales

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AprilPDTourCompletePackageincReg 86%

T E A C H E R P D T O U R Friday—Day 1 T I M E Friday 8th April 2016 (max 30) 8am—8pm L O C A T I O N South East Queensland—Brisbane to Granite Belt via Allora C O S T $150pp inc gst including tours &

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Newsletter Final 85%

UQBA’s WELCOME TO 2014 Welcome to Semester One and the first issue of the University of Queensland Business Association (UQBA) monthly newsletter for 2014!

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defence 84%

Australian Capital Territory Australian Defence Force Academy Campbell Park Offices Russell Offices Tuggeranong Headquarters Joint Operations Command (HQJOC) New South Wales Defence Establishment Myambat Defence Plaza, Sydney Victoria Defence Plaza, Melbourne Swan Island Victoria Barracks, Melbourne Australian Army Australian Capital Territory Royal Military College, Duntroon New South Wales Holsworthy Barracks – Holsworthy, Liverpool Military Area, Sydney Steele Barracks – Moorebank, Liverpool Military Area, Sydney Blamey Barracks – Kapooka, Kapooka Military Area, Wagga Wagga Randwick Barracks, Sydney Victoria Barracks, Sydney Lone Pine Barracks, Singleton Timor Barracks, Ermington, Sydney Bullecourt Barracks, Adamstown (Newcastle) Lancer Barracks, Parramatta, Sydney Northern Territory Larrakeyah Barracks – Darwin Robertson Barracks – Darwin Queensland Victoria Barracks – Brisbane Borneo Barracks – Darling Downs Military Area, Cabarlah Kokoda Barracks – Canungra Gallipoli Barracks – Enoggera Lavarack Barracks – Townsville Army Aviation Centre – Darling Downs Military Area, Oakey South Australia Hampstead Barracks Keswick Barracks Warradale Barracks Woodside Barracks RAAF Base Edinburgh Tasmania Anglesea Barracks, Hobart Derwent Barracks, Glenorchy Paterson Barracks, Launceston Youngtown Barracks, Launceston Kokoda Barracks, Devonport Warrane Baracks, Warrane Buckland Military Training Area, north of Richmond, Tasmania Victoria Latchford Barracks, Bonegilla – Albury/Wodonga Military Area Gaza Ridge Barracks, Bandiana – Albury/Wodonga Military Area Wadsworth Barracks, Bandiana – Albury/Wodonga Military Area Tobruk Barracks, Puckapunyal – Puckapunyal Military Area Hopkins Barracks, Puckapunyal – Puckapunyal Military Area Bridges Barracks, Puckapunyal – Puckapunyal Military Area Simpson Barracks, Watsonia – Melbourne Maygar Barracks, Broadmeadows – Melbourne Oakleigh Barracks, Oakleigh South – Melbourne Ringwood Barracks, Ringwood East – Melbourne Western Australia Campbell Barracks – Swanbourne Irwin Barracks – Karrakatta Leeuwin Barracks – Fremantle Royal Australian Air Force Australian Capital Territory RAAF Base Fairbairn (disbanded) New South Wales RAAF Base Glenbrook RAAF Base Richmond RAAF Base Wagga RAAF Base Williamtown Northern Territory RAAF Base Darwin RAAF Base Tindal Queensland RAAF Base Amberley RAAF Base Scherger RAAF Base Townsville South Australia RAAF Base Edinburgh RAAF Woomera Range Complex RAAF Base Woomera Victoria RAAF Base East Sale RAAF Base Williams – Point Cook RAAF Base Williams – Laverton Western Australia RAAF Base Curtin RAAF Base Learmonth RAAF Base Pearce Royal Australian Navy Australian Capital Territory HMAS Harman – Canberra HMAS Creswell – Jervis Bay Territory New South Wales HMAS Albatross – Nowra HMAS Kuttabul – Garden Island, Sydney HMAS Penguin – Balmoral, Sydney HMAS Waterhen – Waverton, Sydney HMAS Watson – Watsons Bay, Sydney Northern Territory HMAS Coonawarra – Darwin Queensland HMAS Cairns – Cairns NHQ South Queensland – Brisbane South Australia NHQ South Australia – Adelaide Tasmania NHQ Tasmania – Hobart Victoria HMAS Cerberus – Crib Point Western Australia HMAS Stirling – Garden Island [EOF] End Of File .

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CBPD COMPANY PROFILE 2014 82%

As one of Queensland’s most prolific Project Marketers, we are confident that our experience gained from more than 4,700 property sales since 1997, will be a significant asset to your developments’ early sell out.

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Statement from Noel Pearson - 15 December 2016 82%

STATEMENT  FROM  NOEL  PEARSON     •   On  Crime  and  Corruption  Commission  complaint   •   QLD  Audit  Office  investigation     In   July   2016   the   Department   of   Education   and   Training   (DET)   Director-­‐General,   Jim   Watterston,   requested   the   Queensland   Auditor-­‐General   to   undertake   a   financial   audit  of  the  Cape  York  Aboriginal  Australian  Academy.

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List of universities in Australia 80%

Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane;

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mines 80%

Amadeus Basin Anvil Hill Coal Mine Argyle diamond mine Balmain Colliery Barrow Island (Western Australia) Bass Strait Beverley Uranium Mine Bicycle poverty reduction Bowen Basin Broken Hill ore deposit Browns polymetallic ore deposit Bulga Coal Cadia-Ridgeway Mine Cameby Downs coal mine Cannington Mine Category:Lists of mines by country Category:Mines in Australia Category:Oil fields of Australia Century Mine Chain Valley Colliery Coal Creek, Victoria Coal in Australia Collinsville coal mine Cookes Creek mine Cooper Basin Coppabella coal mine Copper Mines of Tasmania Curragh coal mine Dolphin mine Ebenezer Colliery El Sherana Emily Ann and Maggie Hays nickel mines Emissions trading Emmaville, New South Wales Energy in Queensland Energy in South Australia Energy in Victoria (Australia) Energy policy of Australia Ensham coal mine Feed-in tariffs in Australia Four Mile uranium mine Foxleigh coal mine George Fisher mine Geothermal power in Australia German Creek coal mine Golden Grove Mine Goonyella Riverside Mine Gregory coal mine Hail Creek coal mine Hilton Mine Honeymoon Uranium Mine Hydrocarbon exploration Jabiluka Jackson, Queensland Jeebropilly Mine Jellinbah East coal mine Kestrel coal mine List of collieries in Newcastle (Australia) List of gold mines in Australia List of iron mines in Australia List of mines in Australia Lists of mines Lochend Colliery Mandatory renewable energy target Mary Kathleen, Queensland McArthur River zinc mine Merlin diamond mine Middlemount coal mine Minerals Resource Rent Tax Mining Moonee Colliery Moranbah North coal mine Mount Bischoff Mount Dundas (Tasmania) Mount Elliott mine Mount Fitch (Northern Territory) Mount Isa Mines Mount Jukes Mine sites Mount Keith Mine Mount Morgan Mine Mount Read (Tasmania) Mt Lindsay mine Murrin Murrin Joint Venture Myuna Colliery Nabarlek Uranium Mine New Acland Mine New Oakleigh Mine Newlands coal mine North Goonyella coal mine North West Shelf Venture Norwich Park coal mine Oaky Creek coal mine Oil shale in Australia Oil shale industry Oil shale reserves Olympic Dam, South Australia Peak Downs Mine Petroleum industry in Western Australia Prominent Hill Mine Quarry Radium Hill Ranger Uranium Mine Ravensthorpe Nickel Mine Renewable energy in Australia Renison Bell, Tasmania Rolleston coal mine Rum Jungle, Northern Territory Saraji coal mine Solar power in Australia South Maitland coalfields South Walker Creek coal mine South Waratah Colliery Stanford Main No.

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union 78%

Council Maps and Boundaries AWB Aboriginal Hostels Ltd http://www.ahl.gov.au/ Accounting, finance and tax industry associations | Queensland Government ACTU, Australian Council of Trade Unions Administrative Appeals Tribunal http://www.aat.gov.au/ Administrative Appeals Tribunal http://www.coat.gov.au/ Advertising, marketing, events and PR industry associations | Queensland Government Agriculture industry associations | Queensland Government Airservices Australia http://www.airservices.gov.au/ Alliance Online MEAA web site American Association for the Advancement of Science American Australian Association Animal Health Australia http://www.animalhealthaustralia.com.au/ Anindilyakwa Land Council http://www.anindilyakwa.com.au/ Aquaculture industry associations | Queensland Government Architecture, property, real estate and urban planning industry associations | Queensland Government Army and Air Force Canteen Service (AAFCANS) http://www.aafcans.com.au/ Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency http://asbestossafety.gov.au/ Ascilite Asia-Pacific Orthopaedic Association Association for Manufacturing Excellence Association for Tertiary Education Management Inc.

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main 77%

Geology According to the Department of Natural Resources and Mines Queensland Spatial Catalogue report “the Soil and agricultural suitability of the Maryborough Hervey Bay area”, 2015 (Queensland Spatial Catalogue 2015), topsoils of the Fraser Coast Region are sodic in most areas.

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thes 76%

Modeling of Horns and Enclosures for Loudspeakers by Gavin Richard Putland, BE (Qld) Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Queensland Submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy December 23, 1994 Revised November 1995 Accepted February 6, 1996.

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res2015 74%

Wanted Chanel 10 Simonds Homes Underbelly (Squizzy)CH9 Let Them Try The Assault One Shot The Nick CH31 Agoraphobia Mocktail The Killinging A Day In The Mind Rich Dad Poor Dad Requiem Of The Blue With Friends Like These Cassette The Ginger Bread Men Lost In Melbourne Teck Deck Competition Neighbor’s Ch11 Neighbor’s Knowing (Staring Nick Cage) Hyonday World Cup Commercial Rush CH10 City Homicide Ch7 City Homicide Ch7 City Homicide Ch7 City Homicide Ch7 The Wending Party (Staring Josh Lawson) Romulus My Son Killing Time You Are How You Play Music Video The Late Shift Knock About Crime reenactment TV commercial (Uncle) Prison Warden (credited) Lead - Abusive husband Lead - Asio operative Mafia mob boss Uniformed Police officer Lead - Agoraphobic man Bar patron Detective Café manager Hotel manager and high class pimp Business men House mate Drug addict Produces and reporter Drug addicted bag snatcher Prime minister (Dictator) Karate student Lasidas staff member Rioter Soccer fan Gaming arcade owner Boxing spectator Factory worker Protester Swinger at swingers party Punter Doctor Rollerblade Football spectator Bar tender Office worker Thug Taining Melbourne Acting Academy Screen Actors Lilly Dorson TAFE (Queensland) Voice Classes Fulltime Melbourne Melbourne Queensland Karla Francisco

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Monday 110416 74%

Entry from 3-5pm to Queensland's only trade event for the foodservice, hospitality and retail industries, Fine Food Queensland and a chat with the event coordinator.

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Final Brochure 74%

To find your nearest Livn Holidays travel agent please call +61 (0)2 9264 4411 support@livnholidays.com Rottnest Island, Western Australia Contents 12_Sydney 18_Byron Bay 22_South East Queensland 28_Fraser Island 32_Whitsundays 40_Cairns and Tropical North Queensland 50_Dar win and the Top End 54_Uluru and the Red Centre 58_Adelaide 62_Perth and the West Coast 66_Melbourne 72_Tasmania BUCKET LIST AUSTRALIA Darwin Kak Na Katherine Broome Karratha Exmouth 80 Mile Beach Alice Springs Uluru Coral Bay Rottnest Island Nullarbor Perth Margaret River Esperance Notes:

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