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Chapter 27: Becoming an Australian! G'Day Mate!!!

What a magical place the Byron Bay area is, beautiful beaches, scenic out looks and great  night time entertainment for us and the kids.

We spent two days in Suffolk Park in an awesome little caravan park right on the beach. 1,066 more words

What Are We Up To?

Calgary's White Hat Awards celebrate tourism, with a special surprise for Canada’s 150th

The best of the best in Calgary’s tourism and hospitality industry were honoured at the White Hat awards Wednesday night, an event that also saluted Canada’s 150th birthday this year. 216 more words

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New U.S. citizens take oath at ceremony in Honolulu

It was a special day for dozens of people in Hawaii as they officially became US citizens.

There were 102 people from 22 countries took the oath of allegiance Wednesday morning at the Mission Memorial Auditorium. 65 more words

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All the dark nights, America

President Trump’s Twitter: January 20th 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again!

And then it was over, after almost two years of campaigning featuring a menagerie of candidates and hanger-ons it climaxes with the unnerving reality that Donald Trump is the leader of the free world. 275 more words

Expat

Fremantle Citizenship Ceremony

Fremantle’s newest citizens will have the option of becoming Australians at a citizenship ceremony to be held at the Fremantle Town Hall Centre on 26 January 2017. 260 more words

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'Citizenship Ceremony' by Caroline Smith

Citizenship Ceremony

Every few months a timetable clash
means the Citizenship Ceremony
and the asylum surgery converge.
From outside the council chamber,
as each new citizen is made, 125 more words

Poetry

Proud New Canadians In Nanaimo

Over 70 people from 31 different countries became new Canadian citizens in Nanaimo yesterday.  The Citizenship Ceremony was presided over by Justice Deborah Gray and attended by Nanaimo MLA Leonard Krog, Nanaimo/Ladysmith MP Sheila Malcolmson and Cowichan/Langford MP Alistair MacGregor. 8 more words