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Why Australia should abolish compulsory voting.

Australia is one of 30 countries where voting is compulsory, one of 10 countries where this is enforced through the government, and the only country where English is spoken as the primary language that has compulsory voting. 703 more words

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Specials – Moments from Australia v Bangladesh Test history

  Australia and Bangladesh will be facing each other in whites after more than 11 years when they begin their two-Test series in Dhaka on August 27. 851 more words

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Episode 8 – ‘Twist and Shout’ OR ‘Getting Ziggy With It’

Ever feel like you’ve dacked an idol clue only to discover it was a manicure set? Don’t get your short and curlies caught in the razor, read how we got here, … 1,413 more words

East Coast Trip: Planning your journey

When I arrived in Australia, I didn’t have a clue where to begin. I knew I wanted to travel up the coast but I had done very little research. 921 more words

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Monash University Research degree scholarships

Monash University offers a large range of graduate research degrees and scholarships.

Identifying the course you wish to pursue is the first step in applying for a world-class graduate research degree at Monash University. 38 more words

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A Day in the Life - 24 Hr Getaway to Melbourne

Talk about an impromptu 24 hour getaway to Melbourne during the weekend. That was (by far) the best thing that have happened this month. Since the new school term commenced, there’s barely been any time for a breather. 458 more words

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An Australian senator wore a burqa in Parliament to ban Muslim immigrants. What happen next was amazing

Pauline Hanson, the leader of Australia’s right-wing One Nation party, provoked gasps in the Australian national Senate Wednesday after she entered the chamber wearing a full-length burqa to demand the item of Muslim clothing be banned. 599 more words

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