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  • Representation of Sydney - 693 Words
    Good Afternoon teachers and fellow students. The poem Changing Patterns in the Avifauna of Sydney by John Carey and Bondi by Robert Gray will show two very different perspective of Sydney. As Bondi being one of the most iconic landmarks in the country will exhibit how people treat such and beautiful place and Changing Patterns in the Avifauna of Sydney will demonstrate how people act in the city of Sydney. Robert Gray‘s poem Bondi uses a ceaseless amount of commas to describe this tourist...
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  • Melbourne and Sydney - 534 Words
    Melbourne and Sydney—Two Similar Cities The top ten world’s most livable cities of 2011 reported that four cities are from Australia, including Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Adelaide at 1st, 6th, 8th and 9th positions, respectively. It is said that they are chosen because of their ranking on an reputable yearly survey of "living conditions" ("World's Most Livable Cities," par.1). Thus, what do the livable cities look like? This essay will take Melbourne and Sydney as examples and...
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  • Sydney Opera House - 2270 Words
    Sydney Opera House: Jørn Utzon- 1957. Ask almost anybody anywhere in the world to suggest something they associated with Sydney and the answer is likely to be the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. Without doubt the two landmarks, in many people's minds, define and epitomize Sydney. It is fair to suggest in fact that the harbour area of Sydney defines what would otherwise be a rather homogenous, dense, European type city. Devoid of the harbour area, what remains of the 4700 or...
    2,270 Words | 7 Pages
  • Sydney Opera House - 791 Words
    You're not the first to say this (that "we hadn't noticed" thing was a bit of Australian facetiousness. Sorry). Since QEII first opened the thing in 1973, in fact, it's been a pretty dependable discussion starter over house bubbly at openings and on the pages of newspapers like ours. (Editor to lowly arts writer: Got a story? Arts editor to editor: Oh, yeah, someone said something about the House. Editor: To the printers!). Most recently, acclaimed Opera director David McVicar had a dig...
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  • Sydney Opera House - 960 Words
    Sydney Opera House Sydney Opera House (1957 - 1973) is a masterpiece of late modern architecture. It was created by a young architect who understood and recognised the potential provided by the site against the stunning backdrop of Sydney Harbour. The base for the building was started in 1959 - years before the designs were finished. It took four years to design by Danish architect Jorn Utzon and by 1962 the designs were finalized and construction began. In total it took 14 years to...
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  • My Sydney Opera House
    MY SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE Against the stunning backdrop of the sydney harbour, lies this graceful architectural piece of urban sculpture, glistening in the sun and aglow at night. Pearl of austrailia jewel of sydney;The Sydney Opera House. Built in 1957-1973 and designed by John Utzon, proudly treasured by the people of austrailia and internationally admired, a master piece of modern architecture. In its relatively short lifetime it has gained a reputation as a world class...
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  • Sydney Harbour Bridge - 497 Words
    I. Introduction Australia is known all over the globe for several reasons. The natural beauties of the country and the wild life are always on the top of the list. But when thinking about Australia there are two super structures that come to mind, The Sydney Opera House and The Sydney Harbour Bridge. In this short report it can be found small history along with a short description about the Sydney Bridge. II. Main Body II.1 History The first plans to build a bridge actually goes back to year...
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  • Art Biennale of Sydney - 413 Words
    OF BIENNALE OF SYDNEY: Critical Study 13th Biennale of Sydney (2002): (The World May Be) Fantastic: Artist: Susan Hiller Artwork: Witness Year: 2000 Size: Approx 275 x 355" Materials: 400 speakers, wiring, steel structure, 10 CD players, switching equipment, lights; suspended from ceiling and walls Susan Hiller's artwork, Witness, is an audio installation. It consists of multiple lights and speakers suspended on wires from the ceilings and walls. The speakers play recordings of...
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  • sydney symphony orchestra - 821 Words
    The Sydney Symphony Orchestra Established in 1932, The Sydney Symphony Ochestra (SSO) is a full ninety-member Orchestra based in Sydney. The SSO have enjoyed good profitability in recent years through both strong government support and high concert attendance. However, the music industry they operate in has a constantly changing external environment making future profitability a frequently asked question. This essay seeks to predict the future profitability of SSO within this competitive...
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  • conference estimating in sydney - 3348 Words
     Conference cost estimating in Sydney Project cost management assignment 1 1) Introduction Curtin University wants to provide an international conference on the project management in Sydney. This conference will start in 15th of January in 2015 in Sydney with 2 major objectives. Moreover, the conference’s duration will be two business days. Showing the university’s commitment profile to project management education. Provide the university’s community for extending knowledge in the...
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  • Sydney Opera House and Australia
    Lucy woodland 17/11/13 Reasons why I would like to go to Australia I would like to go and live in Australia because I have been when I was little and loved it. Australia has so many interesting places. The views look great. And the main place I would go would be Melbourne. They have so many animals and great nature. This is a great opportunity for me to tell you how I would like to go and travel to the other side of the world and live there. I would also get to see my family members again....
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  • Impacts of Urban Renewal on Pyrmont, Sydney.
    Impacts of Urban Renewal on Pyrmont, Sydney. Urban Renewal- The redevelopment of an urban area. INTRO Since 1992, the 100-hectare peninsula of Pyrmont-Ultimo has been the subject of major master-planning, intensive infrastructure and property development that is expected to result in the residential population increasing from 3,000 originally to 20,000 by 2021. The Ultimo-Pyrmont re-development is part of a government-led Urban renewal program (now administered by the Sydney...
    1,020 Words | 4 Pages
  • Project Profile of Sydney Cross City, Australia
    Australia Sydney Cross-City Tunnel This report was compiled by the Australasian Centre for the Governance and Management of Urban Transport (GAMUT), University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia. Please Note: This Project Profile has been prepared as part of the ongoing OMEGA Centre of Excellence work on Mega Urban Transport Projects. The information presented in the Profile is essentially a 'work in progress' and will be updated/ amended as necessary as work proceeds. Readers are therefore...
    19,501 Words | 59 Pages
  • Identification and Impact of Airborne Fungi over the Sydney Basin
    Identification and Impact of Airborne Fungi over the Sydney Basin Introduction The need to identify and monitor airborne fungi is vital to the health of humans. Fungal spores may trigger allergic responses in sensitised people, causing respiratory diseases such as hayfever and asthma (Knox, Ladiges, Evans and Saints 2006). A variety of techniques can be used to identify the diversity and density of fungi within the Sydney Basin. The use of agar plate exposure allows microbial colonies...
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  • The Sydney Opera House: Strengthening Environmental Sustainability
    Policy Update Presentation – Assignment 2 a. The Sydney opera house has strengthened Environmental sustainability this year through a variety of initiatives. For example: * From February 2009 the Sail Lights were turned off for an extra four hours per night, saving close to 12 megawatt hours per year. * In a first for Sydney Opera House, biodiesel generators were used to light the sails for Luminous and Smart Light Sydney with carbon emissions offset through independently...
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  • Finding Nemo Summary - 826 Words
    Summary Essay: Finding Nemo This undersea movie is introduced with a married couple of clownfish admiring their new home by the drop off. While talking about their future plans and getting ready for their clutch of eggs to hatch, a barracuda attacks them, leaving Marlin, the husband, unconscious, a widower, and a father of one fish, Nemo. The movie then transitions to years later on Nemo’s first day of school. While ecstatic to meet his classmates, teacher, and the independence of going to...
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  • The Conceptual Frame Work- Brett Whiteley 'Self Portrait in the studio'
    The symbols:He has used a variety of line, round and curvy in some areas but straight in others. I think he has done this to make the place seem more realistic because if he had just used straight or curvy lines then it wouldn't seem realistic. In the painting there are 9 or more nudes, some on the rug, the sculptures, and the person on the bed, the sketches and a few more. This might show that this is one of the main topics he paints. The sculpture in the picture symbolises that Brett didn't...
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  • Paul Hogan - Shrimp on the Barbie
    Imagine that you are the creator of the Paul Hogan ‘Shrimp on the barbie’ ad. Evaluate the effectiveness of this ad in exploring a ‘realistic representation of Australia. -Explain the vision you had for this ad and how it represents Australia in a realistic way and comment on your use of stereotypes. -Evaluate the effectiveness of your choice of elements (I'm guessing this means techniques, such as camera shots and angles, symbolism, colour symbolism, juxtaposition and colloquial language)...
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  • Looking for Alibrandi - 384 Words
    What ideas about Australia does your novel Explore? Looking for alibrandi is a novel by Melina marchetta that displays ones inner struggle with there own identity. It is set in the eastern suburbs of Sydney and explores various ideas about Australian culture, landscapes and stereotypes. Australia is culturally diverse and is accepting of others cultures. Many people that live in Australia have cultural backgrounds other than Australian. In looking for alibrandi, Josephine alibrandi is of...
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  • Certified Painters Announce Launch Of New Website
    PressReleasePing Certified Painters Announce Launch Of New Website Australian based Certified Painters are pleased to announce the launch of their new website to help home and commercial building owners find a local painting contractor to meet their needs. Sydney NSW, Australia, September 04, 2015 /PressReleasePing/ - Certified Painters announced today the launch of their new website www.certifiedpainters.net to give home and commercial building owners the ‘go to’ website to find recommended...
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  • Statement Of Purpose - 292 Words
    1) Why study in Australia? Ans) 1.Multicultural classroom, friendly environment 2. The NSW Government will do all in its power to maintain the highest standards of international education in NSW. The educational system in Sydney encourages free thinking and allows the students keep their opinion on the table. Working in a group, the students learn to respect others’ thoughts and views while believing in their own ideas. Studying in Sydney helps students cultivate a habit of applying...
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  • Geography Research Action Plan
    Research Action Plan Part A Identifying the aim and the focus question related to Urban Growth and Decline. What is Urban Growth and Decline Urban growth is the absolute increase in the physical size and total population of urban areas. Urban decline is the changes in land use brought about by changing locations of activities within the city which causes other activities to move elsewhere, leaving former factory and warehouse areas abandoned and derelict. Why is it an important...
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  • Geography Essay on Pyrmont, Ultimo
    Aim The Sydney suburbs of Pyrmont and ultimo are located on a peninsula on the western side of darling harbor. In earlier days the two suburbs ran along Union Street. Now the Pyrmont-Ultimo peninsula is a long strip of land known by locals that it is ‘into the deep waters of Sydney Harbour’. Beginning in the early 1800s the Pyrmont-Ultimo area was once occupied by many ‘blue-collar’ workers generally known as manual labour workers, the area was surrounded by industrial areas or the waterfronts....
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  • Description of Cronulla Riots - 260 Words
    THE CRONULLA RIOTS The beachside suburb, known by residents as "God's Country", saw the spread of violence in a series of ethnically motivated confrontations in the week of December 11th 2005. This day saw the gathering of nearly 5000 people, most of Anglo Celtic background, some locals, some from other Sydney beachside suburbs such as Maroubra and Brighton, in order to "reclaim the beach" after two middle eastern youths attacked Cronulla lifesavers earlier in the week. The notification of the...
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  • Urban Dynamics - 488 Words
    Suburbanisation: the movement of people, employment and facilities away from the inner cities towards outer urban areas. How has Suburbanisation changed Sydney? Urbanisation: Is the process by which the proportion of a country’s population in urban areas increases. The original settlement for Sydney was Sydney Cove. Stage 1: 1788-1860 (walk to work) 80,000 lived in Sydney. People had to live near workplaces. Residential areas at the time included The Rocks, Woolloomooloo and Pyrmont....
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  • Dream Vacation - 315 Words
    Do you enjoy the stirring adventure? Are you interested in seeing the amazing natural wonders? If your answer is yes, then I have the perfect vacation for you. It’s the Australia tour. This is perfect for people who want enjoy nature and adventure. Australia is located in southeast of Asia, between the Pacific and Indian Oceans. It’s one of the most bewitching places in the world. Australia is known for its landmarks, kangaroos, koala bears, and opera houses. It also has beautiful beaches and...
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  • Jack Mundey - Changeing Rights in Australia
    “I think the Green Bans were probably the most exciting innovation that the Builders Labourers became involved in. There was so much development taking place and at the outset there was this feeling that 'all development was good - it was progress...' But as historical buildings, and buildings worthy of preservation were knocked down, and whole neighbourhoods were disrupted - for example all the working class people in the rocks were going to be thrown out for high-rise development - a segment...
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  • Marele Day the Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender
    To what extent is, the life and crimes of harry lavender a novel about Sydney? Discuss the notion that the setting is a distinctive voice contributing to the last effectiveness of the story. Include specific reference to the set text and at least one other text of your own choosing. Marele Day uses descriptive language to depict the city of Sydney in The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender. Day distinguishes the city of Sydney through various characters to bring out the truth behind the...
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  • Australia Life on the Edge - 5917 Words
    EPISODE 1 – SYDNEY HARBOUR A Prospero Productions production for National Geographic © ATOM 2013 A STUDY GUIDE BY ANDREW FILDES http://www.metromagazine.com.au ISBN: 978-1-74295-389-2 http://www.theeducationshop.com.au GENERAL SYNOPSIS The vast majority of Australians live in a large coastal city. In fact, in every state except Queensland there are more people living in the capital city than in the whole of the rest of the state, and even in Queensland most of the...
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  • Informative Speech - 677 Words
    The center of the stage is where I am. I am surrounded by a thousand or so people. The sound of the organ blasts through my ears. The lights leave a warm feeling over my body but all I can see around me is the darkness of the walls. I am standing in the Sydney Opera House. (BEGIN SLIDE) The Sydney Opera House, located in Sydney, Australia, is one of the most majestic buildings in the world. In its short time, the Sydney Opera House has earned the reputation of a world-class performing arts...
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  • Urban Growth and Decline - Essay
    Australia is a highly urbanised country where over 85% of the population live in cities and large towns. These urban centres are subject to urban growth and decline, which are largely due to a number of socioeconomic factors. One of these centres, the Pyrmont-Ultimo area in Sydney, had experienced such changes over the last century. Situated on a peninsula to the west of Sydney’s CBD and Darling Harbour, the inner suburb is a manmade environment used for service and residential use. In the...
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  • My Trip to Australia - 560 Words
    Australia Tour Report We started our journey on 15th of March at around 6:00 AM from our school in Dubai to Abu Dhabi International Airport. Our travel to Sydney was arranged by BCD travels through Etihad Airways. The Flight was for about 14 hours and was generally fine but a bit uncomfortable. We landed in Sydney Airport on 16th of March at 8:00 AM. On day 1, we experienced the Bicycle Safari around Olympic Circuit. After the safari, we visited the ANZ Stadium and had a tour around it....
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  • BSBMGT402A ASSESSMENT 1 - 2713 Words
    Crown Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd ABN 86 116 018 412 National Provider No: 91371 CRICOS Provider Code: 02870D North Sydney Campus: 116 Pacific Highway North Sydney NSW 2060 P 02 9955 0488 F 02 9955 3888 Sydney CBD Campus: Level 5, 303 Pitt St Sydney NSW 2000 P 02 8959 6340 F 02 9955 3888 Assessment Task 1 BSBMGT402 Implement operational plan Section A Task 1 The tasks in following table shows the steps required to prepare a planning day for your team to focus on future...
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  • Peter Carey - 863 Words
    30 Days in Sydney by Peter Carey Analysis by Rose Fuggle The creative non-fiction piece ‘30 Days in Sydney’ written by Peter Carey is an interesting insight to an expatriates experience of coming back to Sydney for a 30 day holiday. This piece was written in an almost journal like sense, with the intentions of giving readers an account on Sydney and its history. The work is written to show the carefree city of Sydney which he is fond of, however also to show the reader how Sydney is a place of...
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  • My Favorite City - 599 Words
    My favorite city Good morning/(afternoon) everyone. My topic today is my favorite city , my favorite city. Sydney is my favorite city. It is a big city located in Australia. Some people maybe thinks that the city seems ordinary and simple. However, if we compare it with other famous cities in the world, for example, the fashionable Paris , prosperous New York , historic London and so on, I am deeply convinced that Sydney is worth a visit. When it comes to Sydney, most people's...
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  • What It Means to Be Australian
    What It Means To Be an Australian Australia is a very unique place, along with our multiculturalism there is also a strong heritage surrounding us. At first thought of Australian heritage we think about such landmarks as Uluru, The Sydney harbour bridge and The Sydney opera house, The Great Barrier reef and other internationally recognised places. But our heritage goes much deeper than that; it is far more than outstanding icons. Along with these icons there are also unsung places like the...
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  • BSBMGT402A ASSESSMENT 2 - 2090 Words
    Crown Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd ABN 86 116 018 412 National Provider No: 91371 CRICOS Provider Code: 02870D North Sydney Campus: 116 Pacific Highway North Sydney NSW 2060 P 02 9955 0488 F 02 9955 3888 Sydney CBD Campus: Level 5, 303 Pitt St Sydney NSW 2000 P 02 8959 6340 F 02 9955 3888 Assessment Task 2 BSBMGT402 Implement operational plan Section A Task 1 1. What is planning and why do organizations do it? (100 – 150 words) 2. Explain why it is important to have resources...
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  • Events Management Assignment 1
    Events Management Lesson 1- SCOPE AND NATURE OF EVENT MANAGEMENT one. Present a list of events that are occurring over the next month in your locality. Include dates and (where relevant) ticket prices. List source: Online, Newspaper, Word of mouth, Posters, TV advertisements www. ONLINE.com http://www.visitcentralcoast.com.au/events/this-week/horse-racing-wyong-race-club EVENT: Horse Racing: Wyong Horse Club DATE: 20th February 2013 TIME: 11am COST: not stated...
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  • Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender
    Lavender Motif used throughout the Book: Lavender is a flower of beauty, when spraying the lavender sent is a relaxant to the senses .Harry lavender is the opposite breaking away from the beauty and definition of lavender. Claudia Valentine: Her negative tone towards Sydney shows throughout the book. Quote | Technique | Äs I got out of bed I realised I wasn't the only one in it. There was a good looking blonde in there as well" p.1 | Synecdoche (a figure of speech in which the word for...
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  • Bondi Beach - 320 Words
    "Bondi" or "Boondi" is an Aboriginal word meaning water breaking over rocks or noise of water breaking over rocks.[2] The Australian Museum records that Bondi means place where a flight of nullas took place. In 1809, the road builder, William Roberts, received a grant of land in the area.[3] In 1851, Edward Smith Hall and Francis O'Brien purchased 200 acres (0.81 km2) of the Bondi area that included most of the beach frontage, which was named the "The Bondi Estate." Hall was O'Brien's...
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  • ACFI 2005 Ass1 Tassal Group
    Course Name: Finance Name: Yufan Liu Student Number: c3190959 Tutorial Time: Wednesday 2:00-3:00pm GP218 Tutor: Christian Rynsent When we talk about the salmon in the Australia, we can associate with one brand of the salmon goods that is the Tassal. The Tassal Group Limited as a top three global fish farming company (Tassal Group, 2013), each year they satisfied the demand of the salmon goods not only in the Australia but also around the world. What is...
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  • Geographies of social difference workshop report
    Geographies of Social Difference Spring 2014 ASSIGNMENT 1. WORKSHOP REPORT Question 1. -712470229235Figure (1)Unemployed people as percentage of the labour force, Sydney, 2006. Source: ABS 2006, p.44-45 -808355666750Figure (2)People not fluent in English as a percentage of the total population aged 5 years and over, Sydney, 2006. Source: ABS 2006, p.30-31 -876300494665Figure (3)Low income Households with a gross weekly income less than $500, as a percentage of all households. Sydney,...
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  • Desh - 300 Words
    Mr. Nipun Sriwastav (NICK) 26/176 South Parade Mobile: 0404643130 Auburn, NSW 2144 Email: nipun10@live.com Australia Education 11/2008-12/2009 Diploma in Business Administration, Pacific College Of Technology, Auburn, Sydney, NSW, Australia. 01/2010-04/2013 Advance Diploma in Accounting,...
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  • Secret River Chapter Summaries
    The Secret River Part 2 Thornhill, Sal and Willie embark and Richard is born on the way to Sydney. On the Sydney harbour, Thornhill finds and works for Mr King.He also steals rum from him so he can sell some at Sal’s store. This makes a little more money for the family. He then works for Blackwood and takes cargo from Sydney to the Hawkesbury. They also live with Scabby Bill, who is an alcoholic, in a wattle and daub hut which they always complain about. The next child to be born is Johnny...
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  • The First Day In Australia - 270 Words
    I would like to talk about my first day in Australia in this essay. I arrived in Sydney on the 3rd of April 2013 and it was raining heavily. However, everything looked interesting to me. I was planning to visit Commonwealth Bank at Martin Place as soon as I stepped out of the airplane. When I got there, I was surprised because the architectural style of the building was luxurious and antique, and it felt very Western. Then I met a teller who greeted me kindly. He made jokes to me. They were...
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  • Research Action Plan - 959 Words
    Research Action Plan of urban growth and decline in Pyrmont/Ultimo area Aim or purpose of investigation: The aim of the investigation was to determine the Urban Growth and Decline of the Pyrmont-Ultimo Area. Specifically we investigated various categories of restoration and decay in the area. These categories included, areas of urban Decay, Urban Renewal, Consolidation, conservation and adaptive reuse, gentrification, affordable housing and the use of sympathetic development. The...
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  • Secret Sydney's New Website
    PressReleasePing Secret Sydney Launches New Website Secret Sydney has launched a new ?mobile friendly? website www.secretsydney.info to showcase the directory of Sydney nightclubs they feature. Sydney, NSW, Australia, September 25, 2015 /PressReleasePing/ - Secret Sydney has just launched a new website to showcase the array of night clubs on offer in Sydney Australia. The owners have seen the need to keep at the leading edge of technology to keep in touch with users of the directory and assist...
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  • Distinctive Voice Essay - 431 Words
    A distinctive voice is one in which challenges society’s values and or beliefs within a given context. In the text the life and crimes of harry lavender; Marele day has formed an incredibly distinctive voice in crime fiction. By subverting the elements of the hardboiled detective genre. Day has startled her audience with the distinctive voice of Claudia valentine, a 1980’s female private investigator in Sydney. The composer has used a range of techniques including first person narration and...
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  • The geological features of La Perouse, Australia
    La Perouse field report Earth and Environmental science - Angus Kwan The area of La Perouse is a place featuring incredible landscapes, historical sites that has significant natural and cultural heritage to Australia. In this report i will be conducting research and primary investigation of the following topics in the coastal area of La Perouse and Botany Bay. • Geological features and history that it provides • The type of soils present how it effects vegetation. • The dominant flora and fauna...
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  • Port Jackson - 1023 Words
    On the 13th of May, in 1787, the British Government sent a fleet of 11 ships on a mission to start up a new colony led by Captain Arthur Phillip. Captain Arthur Phillip was born on the 11th of October, 1738, in London. Phillip went to school at Greenwich and later served an apprenticeship in the merchant navy. He was then transferred to the Royal Navy during the Seven Years War but then retired to become a farmer in Hampshire. After he served his time as Captain in the Portuguese Navy, Phillip...
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  • Australian Migrants in Representations of Poetry
    Are migrants invisible in representations of Australia? Through the use of visual and written texts, migrants are considered invisible in representations of Australia. They are represented as invisible because of their unique lifestyles and culture they have brought to Australia from their foreign land. Many visual and written texts express their feelings, through confusion of being given a new start, in a new country. A country where the language barrier between a migrant and a native, make...
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  • distinctively visual - 311 Words
    The distinctively visual techniques created by Henry Lawson in his short stories, differ in techniques but relate in ideas and concepts to those created in Baz Luhrmann’s film “Australia” Both Henry Lawson and Baz Luhrmann use distinctively visual techniques in their portrayals of life in the Australian Bush. Their stereotypical views of bush society in the outback are shown through their chosen median with techniques of “chronological listing” ‘film montage’ ‘colloquial language’ and aural...
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  • Globalisation: Friend or Foe - 1082 Words
    Dramatic Changes have taken place in Sydney's cultural and economic landscapes during the past two decades. These changing landscapes have been linked in both political discourse and the popular press to Sydney's emerging role as a ‘global city'. Evidence supporting this theory has come from some academic analyses of globalisation in the 1990s. Global cities are identified by their role as command centers for organising the global economy. Such cities have been characterised by their openness to...
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  • Australian Icons - 749 Words
    Australian icons Flag of Australia Adopted • 3 September 1901 • The flag includes the Southern Cross, Union Flag (The Union Jack) and Commonwealth Star. The Commonwealth Star (also known as the Federation Star, the Seven Point Star, or the Star of Federation) is a seven-pointed star symbolising the Federation of Australia which came into force on 1 January 1901. Coat of arms of Australia Adopted • 19 September 1912 • Granted by King George V; an earlier design was granted by King Edward VII...
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  • Car Clean - 1024 Words
    OZ Car Clean Pty Ltd It is a full-service car wash facility located in St Leonard’s (just off the Pacific Highway). The principal owners, Geoff and Sandy (husband and wife team) are also the full-time managers. They have vast experience in the management of finances, personnel, and equipment. Geoff was previously a Car Wash Facility Manager in Brisbane for two years, before starting OZ Car Clean Pty Ltd in August of 2005. Business was slow to begin (for the first year or so), but then many...
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  • H&M In Australia Analysis Report
     H&M In Australia Analysis Report Course Leader: Cai Huan BU1401- Business Environment Class: IB 3 Date: 14th June 2013 Group members: Joe Johnny Jacky Jesse Scott Executive summary This report main analysis feasibility of H&M enter Australia. The first section review the H&M company and products by their design style....
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  • Breach of Duty of Care - 930 Words
    Dear Mr. Thierry I have read your letter about the incidents involving Free Running Australia. In my professional opinion, I believe you have a substantial case against this company and also, Sydney city council. Below I have outlined my main findings: The parties you will be suing are Free Running Australia and Sydney City Council. This will appear formally on court notices like the following: Thierry misstatements v Free Running Australia and Thierry v Sydney City council. The main...
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  • Journey: Finding Nemo - 419 Words
    “Finding Nemo” highlights the adventures of a clownfish named Nemo, as he unexpectedly gets captured at the Drop Off and sent to Sydney. His dad, Marlin, and his friend, Dory, go in search of Nemo encountering many dangers of the ocean. While they continue finding him, Nemo meets new friends at a fish tank of a dentist clinic in which help him escape. Towards the end, Marlin finds Nemo and together they go back to their home at the anemone. The film, “Finding Nemo”, is about the journey as...
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  • Wiki Botany Bay - 1925 Words
    Botany Bay, an open oceanic embayment,[2] is located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 13 km (8 mi) south of the Sydney central business district. Botany Bay has its source in the confluence of the Georges River at Taren Point and the Cooks River at Kyeemagh and flows 10 km (6 mi) to the east before meeting its mouth, the Tasman Sea, midpoint between La Perouse and Kurnell. The total catchment area of the bay is approximately 55 km2 (21 sq mi) and the area surrounding the bay is...
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  • hihihihi - 405 Words
    RAP: Research Action Plan The Process: What is the issue? What questions? HYPOTHESIS METHODOLOGY (Primary & Secondary) Analysis (including graphing/mapping/written) Issue: Urban growth and decline Hypothesis: The globalisation of economic activity has affected change in the nature and pattern of work in Pyrmont Factors causing change in communities: 2 Factors Changing nature and pattern of work: Deindustrialisation has led to blue collar workers being...
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  • New Website Launch of Australian Based Wise Group Solutions
    PressReleasePing Australian Based Wise Group Solutions : New Website Launch Wise Group Solutions has launched a new website to showcase their comprehensive range of security services. They are a leading electronic security and commercial outsourcing company which specialises in delivering an innovative range of services. Sydney, NSW, Australia, September 19, 2014 /PressReleasePing/ -Wise Group Solutions has just launched a new website to showcase their comprehensive range of security...
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  • Impacts of two UD in World City
    Task #1 : Analyse the impacts of at least two urban dynamics operating in a large city of the developed world. Sydney is a world city that currently has urban dynamics operating in it. Sydney is located on the coast in the South-East quadrant of Australia. Urban Decay and Renewal is clearly evident in Pyrmont – Ultimo, a suburb located with in a kilometre from the CBD. Rhodes , further to the north west of Pyrmont, is also under going Urban Decay and Renewal. The silicon corridor is an...
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  • my cool trip around the world
    My trip around the world Toronto to Chicago: taking an airplane Cost of airplane: 200 dollars Chicago, U.S.A (41.52’ N/ 87.37’ W) Staying at: family friends house – staying for 6 days Event : Chicago Cubs game $45 per ticket row 18 The rest of the time I’m in Chicago I will be travelling looking at the scenery and having a good time with my family friends. After I will be going to a Chicago Cub’s game and just enjoying my time in Chicago for 6 days. Travel distance from: Chicago U.S.A...
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  • Attitudes to Older Workers - 1075 Words
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