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Magazine articles on politics and society in Australia.
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January 2006
Simon Worrall
Full Speed Ahead A railroad, finally, crosses Australia's vast interior -- linking not only the continent's south with its north, but also its past to its future. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
September 6, 2005
Roy Mark
Kazaa to Continue Court Fight Down Under The peer to peer file-swapping service Kazaa loses a major round in legality of business model in Australia. mark for My Articles 277 similar articles
November 2004
Megan Sever
Monitoring Aboriginal Rock Art Over the past 30 years, this remote region in Australia, once home only to Aboriginal tribes and wallabies, has become increasingly industrialized, leading to worries about possible acceleration of weathering and deterioration of the rock art. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
June 21, 2004
Patrick Gray
As Aussie Housing Goes... Are the good times over for Australia's red-hot real estate market -- and if they are, what does that mean for the housing boom elsewhere in the developed world? mark for My Articles 528 similar articles
April 14, 2004
K. C. Wilson
Is 50 / 50 Residency the Right Target? It was bold, and possibly suicidal, for the Shared Parenting Council of Australia to make 50:50 residency its seminal target for family law reform. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
Science News
December 20, 2003
Seasonal Weather The Aboriginal people of Australia had their own way of defining the seasons, based on local weather patterns. Australia's Bureau of Meteorology has created a Web site that illustrates several of these seasonal weather calendars, established thousands of years ago. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
November 24, 2003
Cooper & Madigan
Australia: Careful Of That Rate Hike, Mate The Reserve Bank of Australia has begun the fight to preempt any rise in inflation. But its hike in interest rates is not without risks. mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
June 2003
Mark Jenkins
Hot on the Trail Australia's first great adventure was part Lewis and Clark, part Donner Party -- searing proof that fame is a four-letter word. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
February 2003
Charles Graeber
Big Bird Gone Bad The cassowary -- Australia's six-foot-tall, 180-pound jungle bird -- is a pushy, hard-pecking, head-butting, talon-swiping thug on the loose, and humans trespass in its habitat at their own risk. But spare a little sympathy for a victim just fighting to stay alive. mark for My Articles
September 2002
Australian Museums & Galleries Online Australian Museums & Galleries Online serves as a portal to Australia's cultural heritage, providing a single web site entry point to a large percentage of Australia's museums and galleries, as well as preserving and promoting Australia's cultural identity worldwide. mark for My Articles 290 similar articles
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