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Brett Lee to help sell Aussie tourism in India

Brett Lee to help sell Aussie tourism in India | Geographical issues | Scoop.it
CRICKET hero Brett Lee is set to become an ambassador for Australian tourism in India, where he is a major celebrity.
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Essentially the newspaper talks of how cricket. - Brett Lee and how Indian tourism has been attracted by it. India is Australia's 10th largest tourism market, and is ones of the fastest growing. More than 150,000 indian tourists visited Australia in the last financial year and made $800,000 million to the Australian company

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Melbourne's city centre has poor air quality while western suburbs have best in the state

Melbourne's city centre has poor air quality while western suburbs have best in the state | Geographical issues | Scoop.it
PEOPLE living in Melbourne's industrial western suburbs are breathing the cleanest air in the state, beating Melbourne's affluent suburbs.
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Melbourne's city centre has poor air quality and it could potentially get worse are the population grows 

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Melbourne will be Australia's biggest city by 2037

Melbourne will be Australia's biggest city by 2037 | Geographical issues | Scoop.it
MELBOURNE will overtake Sydney as Australia's largest city within three decades, with a lack of housing in NSW driving migrants south.
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Clock ticking on growing toxic waste pile › Analysis (ABC Science)

Clock ticking on growing toxic waste pile › Analysis (ABC Science) | Geographical issues | Scoop.it
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Australia is going to export large pile of toxic waste (hexachlorobenzene Waste) to Denmark . HCBs are organic pollutants, which are very toxic and present a major threat to the  environment. Australia does not have a facility to deal with the 16 000 tonnes of HBC waste.

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