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Craig Thomler 14h
For reference in the debate over - this is what the US is doing to recognise First Americans
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Rockhampton Regional Council 9h
People who give up their time to make our region better deserve recognition. Nominate someone who inspires you for our Australia Day Awards today.
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Ethan Plenty Oct 11
Should the date of be changed? Please add your opinion for my Year 12 English Perspectives task.
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keith Oct 15
Replying to @Peter_Fitz
Not really . Most young Australians support equality. Behind the huge push for marriage equality. is just a a matter of when....just like
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Tim Oct 8
Same with down under
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HouseofNothing Oct 8
No thanks mate I will only Celebrate on the 26th of > Every Year
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tweetbarty Oct 12
Met two white who take offense about celebrating . Their POV “we Aussies have no right to celebrate entering Australia on the 26th of Jan 1788 and stealing the land of the aborigines. Do people with such consideration still exist today?
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Karen Sullivan 22h
This might just be the BEST NEWS ALL DAY! 's , which we are publishing in 2020 has JUST BEEN OPTIONED by , who made OMG!!!!! Look!!!!!
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Baw Baw Shire Council Oct 14
🏅️😀Know a local legend that goes above and beyond for our community? Nominate them now for an Australia Day Award! We've simplified the process so it's quicker and easier than ever.👍 Get nominating, Baw Baw!
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Media Connections Oct 16
In case you missed it, check out "Media and Press Release Ideas – January 2018"
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Only Sydney Oct 10
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Michael Short Oct 7
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Tom Oliver Oct 12
Reminiscing on a rainy Saturday. This was a vibe. I may just be a pinch taller than in this shot too? Who can say? 😂🎆📸🎉🎥 #2018
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Peter Murphy Oct 13
Replying to @AlexWodak
As a whitefellah, I would like to see a treaty with Australia's first peoples that honours their identity, history and culture. I'd also like to of and see THIS as our Australian flag.
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Stray🐨 Oct 12
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TALAOLP Oct 12
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Girrali 😎 Oct 11
Referring to British subjects as 'Australians' was a common novelty. But technically, all colonists were British until the Nationality and Citizenship Act 1948, which came into force on *26 January 1949* - tadah
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Peter Murphy Oct 10
So, after idiotic, divisive comments from our shouty-angry AUS PM on ... peoples & & kids & what will he say next to distract us from his incompetence and lack of policy direction?
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WarnieBolt_ebooks Oct 9
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Adam Voigt Oct 8
How come the same folks telling us to calm down over briefly using the for gambling advertising are the same ones who chuck tantrums over the idea of moving by even one day?
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