I was sixteen; says it all really. I became a dark, bitter, angry brat; a lot of it was justified, the other bits because it’s how you’re meant to be at that age. 381 more words
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The council of Fremantle in Western Australia have contemplated not having fireworks display on Australia Day next year. The reason is because the 26 of January signifies the dark era of British colonialism for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 748 more words
Reagan and Hawke’s nationalism gap
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You have heard the declaration of independence with its majestic ending, which is worthy to live forever, which has been hurled at the bones of a fossilized monarch, old King George the III, who has been dead these many years, and which will continue to be hurled at him annually as long as this republic lives.
By: Michael Fox
“After a community barbecue on Australia Day afternoon, a group of us wandered into the enchanting Toohey Forest to admire the work of Mount Gravatt Environment Group. 114 more words