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Australian students have built futuristic elektroditsikl, similar to the spacecraft from the "Star Wars" (VIDEO)

Australian students have built futuristic elektroditsikl, similar to the spacecraft from the "Star Wars" (VIDEO) | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it

Futuristic vehicle resembling a spacecraft from the movie "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith", developed by the Australian students from the University of Adelaide (The University of Adelaide). The unusual single machine is equipped with two huge wheels and an electric motor, through which can travel at a fairly high speeds


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This iintellectual because the students are smart to build this. It is awesome because it is from Star Wars!!!!!

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James and Drew's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:02 PM

I believe( yes I said it for you branden) this is an intellectual topic because it shows how dedicated certain people are certain topic. These people spent lots of money and time developing something that only true fanwho now about. And this invention is coming from one of the biggest coal production plants in the worod and a huge tourist attraction. 

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People, culture and lifestyle - About Australia - Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade


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This discusses the culture in Australia and its people

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Gillian & Alexis's curator insight, October 3, 2013 12:57 PM

This article represents life styles in the social category. Its a basic overview of Australian culture. We chose this article because its very informational and helps understand Australian life style.

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Australia slips on intellectual property rights - News - iTnews Mobile Edition

Australia slips on intellectual property rights - News - iTnews Mobile Edition | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it
Falls five spots in world rankings.(Australia slips on intellectual property rights http://t.co/GiaAI6rg...)...

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this is intellectual because Australia is slipping on property and has dropped 5 world rankings!

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Children’s rights versus freedom of religion – the sanctity of the confessional seal | Human Rights in Australia | Right Now

Children’s rights versus freedom of religion – the sanctity of the confessional seal | Human Rights in Australia | Right Now | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it
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This is religious and political because it discusses rights and religious freedom

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(EN) - Banking Glossary | Reserve Bank of Australia

(EN) - Banking Glossary | Reserve Bank of Australia | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it

"The Reserve Bank of Australia is Australia's central bank. Its duty is to contribute to the maintenance of price stability, full employment, and the economic prosperity and welfare of the Australian people. It does this by setting the cash rate to meet a medium-term inflation target, working to maintain a strong financial system and efficient payments system, and issuing the nation's banknotes. The Bank provides selected banking services to the Australian Government and its agencies, and to a number of ..."


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This represents Australia's economy because it discusses the federal bank

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New ‘energy food’ rebranding for bananas will tackle processed energy-foods | Australian Food News

New ‘energy food’ rebranding for bananas will tackle processed energy-foods | Australian Food News | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it
The Australian banana industry is gearing up for a new campaign that aims to transform the humble banana into Australia’s number one ‘energy food’ within...

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Go Bananas for food!!!!!!!

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Infosheet 20 - The Australian system of government – Parliament of Australia

Infosheet 20 - The Australian system of government – Parliament of Australia | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it

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Represents the parliament system in Australia

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Sydneyandmark's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:29 PM

This article tells about the AustralIan  political system.

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Tourism Australia's Latest Video May Be One of the Most Inspiring Travels Ads of 2013

Tourism Australia's Latest Video May Be One of the Most Inspiring Travels Ads of 2013 | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it

"Tourism Australia, Australia’s apex tourism organization charged with promoting the giant country, is really good at consistently putting out great videos, and the latest video does not disappoint."


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Tourism is economic because it is business. tourism has changed Australia in more ways than one

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Jason, Charlie's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:28 PM

This article represents the Economic part of Australia. Tourism is a major business aspect of Autralian. It brings in hundreds of thousands of dollars to Australia. This video is an amazing representation of the wonders of Autralia. A breath taking video that makes anyone watching want it to walk into the video and go to this amazing place. Truly a masterpiece.

Kiann and Kenneth's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:36 PM

This article connects to the economy of Australia and Oceania.

 

Tourism in Australia is growing because of the recent videos of promoting Australia. The more tourists they attract, the more money they will make.

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Protecting the pristine: Coral Sea marine reserve on the way

Protecting the pristine: Coral Sea marine reserve on the way | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it

A vast area of the Coral Sea falling within Australian waters is set to be declared the world's largest marine park... The Coral Sea is recognised across the world as a marine region of significance, and the area within Australia's Exclusive Economic Zone is in near pristine condition.



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Saving the ocean is very important. This is a Social, Political and area and geography event because it is based on the governments choice to protect the corral reef and it is a Social choice because the people have a say in it. It also has to do with Australia's area.

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Rock rat rediscovered in central Australia

Rock rat rediscovered in central Australia | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it
One of Australia's rarest creatures, not seen in the area for more than half a century, found using remote sensor cameras

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Area of Australia is shown by the unique animals in this country. 

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Australia's federal election just couldn't face up to climate change

Australia's federal election just couldn't face up to climate change | Australia and Oceania! E&A | Scoop.it
Australia's competing political leaders ignore the real climate debate as the country heads towards the polls

Via Maria Nunzia @Varvera
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This shows politics in Australia because it discusses elections

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Western Australia Tourism reveals new ‘Extraordinary lives with you forever’ campaign

The Western Australian state government has revealed its latest tourism ads, created by Host, aimed at promoting WA as an extraordinary holiday destination.

The ads include no voiceover, relying on images of a couple enjoying the state’s sites of natural beauty overlaid with an ethereal soundtrack.

The $3.6 million national media campaign will run across TV, cinema and print advertising.


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This shows the beauty of Australia. 

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