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Scholarship at the University of Sydney

International Students at the University of Sydney

The Scholarships listed below have funded the study of international students at the University of Sydney in the past. 3,694 more words

Scholarship

Tony Abbott’s world just gets uglier

The ugly position the Abbott Government finds itself in has been underlined by the latest tax revenue and public expenditure figures from the official statistician. 917 more words

Ebola... Left or Right, it no longer matters

I used to play Aussie Rules Football for a team in the inner north of Melbourne. Whilst our fortunes tended up and down (mainly down… we were, one season, the last team in the worst division of the entire competition), I was never terrible, maybe even serviceable at best. 2,142 more words

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION DEVELOPS NEW GUIDELINES ON REHABILITATION

The 2011 World Report on disability has encouraged the World Health Organization to better meet the needs of over one billion people worldwide with disabilities. 284 more words

Health

Why the shift over Panguna, Mr Momis?

There has been an apparent shift in the way in which Bougainville President, John Momis, and his cohorts are approaching the mining issue. At first it was the outright ‘ 330 more words

Papua New Guinea

Panguna Peace Strategy undermined

The Panguna Peace Strategy was originally a program established to maintain peace-building efforts through a partnership between Mekamui faction and the Autonomous Bougainville government. Mekamui was given the lead role in developing a strategy for unity. 343 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville: A house divided within itself cannot stand

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As Bougainville moves towards self-determination, unity across the region is critical for a stable autonomous state when referendum time comes. Currently, indicators point out otherwise of the present condition. 432 more words

Papua New Guinea