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  1. States and Territories of Australia: Australia, Proposals for New Australian States, List of Regions of Australia, Territorial Evolution of Australia, Australian Regional Rivalries

Australia (WA) + Tasmania (Tas.) + australian Capital Territory Most populus of allstates and territories. Mountains and skifields, warmer at costal regions.

22. Australian Business News Magazine - ABL - Supporting Business
ABL supporting business growth in the regions Area Consultative Committees and theAustralian Local Government in 48 locations in all states and territories.

23. Stronger Regions, A Stronger Australia - Stronger Regions
field, and we want to give australian exporters the best complexity and the differencesbetween regions and their we will propose to the states and territories
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New Initiatives
The new Stronger Regions package underpins the Federal government framework for the development of Australia's regions. It is made up of:
  • The Sustainable Regions Programme More Support for Exporters A Regional Business Development Analysis Enhancements to National Competition Policy A programme to raise awareness of and access to Government information
Sustainable Regions
The Sustainable Regions Programme will assist regions undergoing major economic, social or environmental change, and will support community leadership in the development of local solutions. This is an approach that fosters new ideas; community energy, drive and self-reliance; and partnerships with government and the private sector - a model for regional leadership and action. It is an approach that will see funds directed to achieving results rather than administration, and one that will build on existing arrangements such as the

24. Australian Dryland Salinity Assessment 2000
Audit) dryland salinity assessmentaustralian Dryland Salinity in collaboration withthe states and territories million hectares are within regions mapped to be
Australian Dryland Salinity Assessment 2000: defining options
It has long been recognised that our land uses-including agricultural development-have significantly changed Australia's landscapes and natural systems. However, we have not always appreciated the magnitude of change in the soil, water and nutrient balances, the resultant degradation, the timeframe for these changes to be slowed or reversed, and the costs to the wider Australian community. Changes to the Australian landscape have resulted in the widespread and rapidly growing problem of dryland salinity. Farmers were among the first to be affected, through salinisation of rivers and agricultural land. Biodiversity, as well as regional and urban infrastructure, such as water supply, roads and buildings are now also at risk.
Area at risk and impact
The National Land and Water Resources Audit's (Audit) dryland salinity assessment-Australian Dryland Salinity Assessment 2000 has, in collaboration with the States and Territories, defined the distribution and impacts of dryland salinity across Australia. The aggregate values presented below are the best available estimates within the limits of the methods and data used by the State, Territory and research agencies which undertook this risk assessment.
  • Approximately 5.7 million hectares are within regions mapped to be at risk or affected by dryland salinity. It has been estimated that in 50 years' time the area of regions with a high risk may increase to 17 million hectares (three times as much as now).

25. Natural Heritage Trust - Extension Of The Natural Heritage Trust
Priority projects for regions to address urgent environmental issues or will bemade by individual states and territories. australian Government Envirofund.
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Extension of the Natural Heritage Trust
The $2.7 billion Natural Heritage Trust represents the biggest financial commitment to environmental action by any Commonwealth Government in Australia's history. Since 1996, the Trust has invested much needed funds to help local communities deliver cleaner beaches, healthier waterways, less air pollution, more productive agricultural land and save our threatened species. To date, $1.4 billion has been invested in the Trust and related programs for more than 11 900 projects around Australia. More importantly, an estimated 400 000 Australians have been involved in these projects. In the May 2001 Budget the Commonwealth Government extended the Natural Heritage Trust for a further five years, from 2002-03 to 2006-07. From July this year there will be more than $1billion in funding over the five years to 2006-07 to support the sustainable management of Australia's natural resources. The extension of the Trust provided an ideal opportunity to review the success of the program to date and to determine its future direction. At the October 2002 Natural Resource Management Ministerial Council, State/Territory and Federal Ministers endorsed the

26. Australia Online
Telstra White Pages australian telephone directory with emergency vistor informationfor all states and territories about the cities and regions across the

27. Pathfinder
australian Demographic Statistics Quarterly Dec 1996 . tables are available forindigenous areas, ATSIC regions, states and territories including some
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Pathfinder 1996 A ustralian C ensus of P opulation and H ousing
The Census of Housing and Population is the largest collection undertaken by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
It measures the key characteristics of people and dwellings in Australia on census night.
Data is made available for areas as small as collection districts of approximately 100 houses, to Australia as a whole.
For information about earlier Census’s from 1828 onwards see separate Pathfinder on Early Australian Census of Housing and Population.
Monash has a complete collection of Published Australian Census data.
1996 Census of Housing and Population
What is available
Census 96 information is available in a number of different formats to meet different needs.
Printed Publications Available in the Ground Floor Reference Collection. If you are looking for information from the Census at Statistical Local Area level or larger geographic areas and you do not need the data in electronic format there are a number of useful printed publications.
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28. 1996 Australian Census Of Population And Housing
australian Demographic Statistics Quarterly Dec 1996 Estimated population for forindigenous areas, ATSIC regions, states and territories including some
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1996 Australian Census of Population and Housing
The Census of Housing and Population is the largest collection undertaken by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. It measures the key characteristics of people and dwellings in Australia on census night. Data is made available for areas as small as collection districts of approximately 100 houses, to Australia as a whole. For information about earlier Census's from 1828 onwards see separate Pathfinder on Early Australian Census of Housing and Population Monash has a complete collection of Published Australian Census data
1996 Census of Housing and Population
What is available
Census 96 information is available in a number of different formats to meet different needs. Printed Publications
Available in the Ground Floor Reference Collection. If you are looking for information from the Census at Statistical Local Area level or larger geographic areas and you do not need the data in electronic format there are a number of useful printed publications.
  • ABS 201.0-2016.8

29. Electronic Commerce Centre - E-commerce In The Regions
a single window of entry to all West australian Communities of with the collaborativeefforts of the Federal Government, states and territories, and Local
Western Australia
E-commerce Centre What's New New gateway not far away South-west improvements on the way Home E-commerce News ... Case Studies Practical Information E-commerce Explained Government Assistance E-government Rural and Regional ... E-commerce Education In Depth Information Privacy Issues Security Issues Legal Issues Accessibility ... Regional
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Regional Development Commissions
(includes links to the Commissions and their funding schemes) Get Adobe Acrobat Reader General
  • The Rural and Regional Guide to e-Commerce , from the has been written specifically for rural and regional Australians as an introductory guide to e-commerce via the Internet. The guide aims to assist those rural and regional Australians already familiar with the Internet to learn more about e-commerce, and to provide food for thought as to how they might use e-commerce in their businesses and day to day lives. The guide also contains a number of case studies highlighting regional businesses at the forefront of e-commerce development. The full report is only available in printed form but orders can be placed online at

30. Australia In Brief - Australian Department Of Foreign Affairs And Trade
Land area and population by states and territories. The australian landscape is highlydistinctive, with vast stony The wettest regions are in the tropical north
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The island continent
Mainland Australia, with an area of 7.69 million sq km, is the largest island and the smallest continent on Earth. It stretches some 3700 km from its most northern to its most southern point, and about 4000 km from east to west. In area, Australia is the sixth largest nation after Russia, Canada, China, the United States of America and Brazil. Its population, however, is relatively small (now estimated at almost 19.5 million). Australia’s average elevation is 330 m, the lowest of all the continents, and its highest point, Mount Kosciuszko, is only 2228 m. What its landforms lack in height they more than compensate for in variety. The giant monolith Ulu r u (Ayers Rock) in the Northern Territory and the striking beehive mountains of Purnululu (the ‘Bungle Bungles’) in Western Australia attract visitors from many parts of the world.
States and Territories
The responsibilities of governing such a vast land area are shared by Australia’s federal government and the governments of the six States and two self-governing Territories. European settlement began in New South Wales in 1788, at Sydney, the nation’s largest city and host of the 2000 Olympic Games. Sydney’s Harbour Bridge and Opera House are national icons, and its airport is the country’s major international gateway.

31. Australia In Brief - Australian Department Of Foreign Affairs And Trade
The australian Government maintains australian Education Centres in selected regions—afull the Commonwealth Government and the states and territories
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INNOVATIVE NATION Students at Kormilda College in Darwin, one of Australia’s largest cross-cultural secondary schools, with Aboriginal people from remote communities making up half its student body. The Rio Tinto Aboriginal Foundation has a 10-year partnership with the college.(Rio Tinto Ltd)
Education – a proud record
Australia has a well-developed education system with participation rates and secondary school completion rates among the highest in the world. Australian governments at all levels are continually reviewing and reforming education and training to address the issues that arise from social and economic change. In many cases, Australian models attract international attention and Australia is involved in co­operating with the development of educational programs in a number of overseas countries.
Preschool and school education
Preschool and school education has a similar structure across Australia, with only slight variations among the States and Territories. Preschool education is commonly one year in length and is not compulsory. School education is thirteen years with some variations in Queensland and Western Australia. It is divided into a preparatory year, primary schooling and secondary schooling. The preparatory year is not compulsory but is almost universally undertaken. School education is compulsory until the age of 15, except in Tasmania, where it is compulsory until age 16. In August 2000, when Australia’s population reached 19 million, it was estimated that there were 9595 schools in the country. Of these, 6961 (73 per cent) were government schools and 2634 (27 per cent) were non-government.

32. A National Action Plan For Salinity And Water Quality In Australia - February 20
At the Council of australian Governments (COAG) meeting 20 highly affected catchmentsand regions across Australia policy changes in the states and territories
February 2001 Online
A national action plan for salinity and water quality in Australia
Local Government opportunity At the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting in November 2000 the Prime Minister obtained the support of State, Territory and Local Government leaders to the first comprehensive national strategy to address two of the most significant issues confronting Australia’s rural industries, regional communities and our environment - salinity and water quality. The Federal Government committed $700 million over seven years to implement the Action Plan, with this funding to be matched by the States and Territories. The key objectives of the Action Plan are to motivate and enable regional communities to: prevent, stabilise and reverse trends in dryland salinity affecting agricultural production, the conservation of our unique environment and community assets; and improve water quality and secure reliable water supplies for human, agricultural and industrial uses and for the environment. Regional action The plan’s centrepiece is community driven action to implement accredited regional/catchment management plans.

33. Territories And Other Sub-national Regions Of The World
territories and other subnational regions of the American Samoa, United states, 65446,198, 1899, australian Antarctic Territory, Australia, 0, 6110000, 1933, disputed.
Territories and other sub-national regions of the world
compiled by Wm. Robert Johnston
last updated 19 May 2002 territory administering country population, 2001 area, km date attained status notes American Samoa United States Anguilla United Kingdom Argentine Antarctica Argentina disputed Aruba Netherlands Ashmore and Cartier Islands Australia Australian Antarctic Territory Australia disputed Bermuda United Kingdom Bouvet Island Norway British Antarctic Territory United Kingdom disputed British Indian Ocean Territory United Kingdom British Virgin Islands United Kingdom Cayman Islands United Kingdom Channel Islands United Kingdom Chilean Antarctica Chile disputed Christmas Island Australia Clipperton Island France Cocos Islands Australia Cook Islands New Zealand Coral Sea Islands Australia Falkland Islands United Kingdom Faroe Islands Denmark French Guiana France French Polynesia France French Southern and Antarctic Lands France disputed Gaza Strip Israel special Gibraltar United Kingdom Greenland Denmark Guadeloupe France Guam United States Guernsey United Kingdom Heard and McDonald Islands Australia Hong Kong China special Howland, Baker and Jarvis Islands

34. Maps Of Australia. State Maps And Various Regions Of Interest.
Maps of Australia and the states and territories of Australia. Ayers Rock and theRed Centre, australian cities, as well as australian outback regions.
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Sydney: PopOut Map Sydney, Australia
Lonely Planet City Map: Sydney
Streetwise Map: Sydney
Lonely Planet Travel Atlas: Australia
StreetWise Map: Melbourne
Sydney Map
Rand McNally Map of Australia
UBD Maps: Sydney Tourist Australian Travel Maps : An online store offering travel maps of Australia at lower prices with shipping available worldwide. Including maps of Sydney, Queensland, The Blue Mountains, Ayers Rock and the Red Centre, Australian cities, as well as Australian outback regions. View Maps Online

35. Overview Of The Conservation Of Australian Marine Invertebrates
state of knowledge by states and territories. and distribution patterns in the Australianmarine invertebrate patterns and major faunal regions Tropical region;


Executive Summary


Conservation General

CONTENTS OF CHAPTER 2 State of knowledge of Australian marine invertebrates The taxonomic impediment Marine invertebrate taxa found in Australia Porifera (Sponges) ...

36. Jobs Report Calls For Swift Action On Youth Unemployment
The top regions of youth unemployment for other states and territories were 14.Northern TAS 19.9% 16. Central Metropolitan WA 19.7% 41. australian Capital
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Jobs report calls for swift action on youth unemployment
6 March 1997 At a time when short-term employment schemes and work-for-the-dole programs are making headlines, a new report released today (Friday, March 14) offers a fresh range of solutions to Australia's chronic youth unemployment problem. The report, called Jobs For Young Australians, is the culmination of a two-year study by the University of Adelaide's Social Justice Research Foundation, and was funded by the Australian Youth Foundation. Based on employment data over the period 1988-96, the report highlights unemployment "hot spots" around Australia and makes key recommendations on how to boost youth employment and rebuild the nation. One of the major recommendations, a National Charter for Economic Development, Employment and Citizenship, to be signed by industry, unions, government and the community sector, has already been endorsed by one of Australia's leading employers of young people, The Body Shop (see below for details). The study focused on 64 employment regions in all States and Territories of Australia.

australian Public Access Network Association Incorporated ARBN 081 establishment oftwo new regions – Hunter and a legal entity in all states and territories
Australian Public Access Network Association Incorporated ARBN 081 355 722 Annual Report
President’s Report:
Mark Purcell It has been an interesting 12 months for APANA. At the start of this period, APANA was "bleeding at the edges". We had lost about 25% of our membership in the previous year. This situation has now stabilised, with our current total membership being up by 5 members on that at the last AGM. It is worth noting that this turn around of fortunes is due mostly to large growth in smaller regions, and the addition of some new regions. Large regions are still suffering from declining membership. It's almost as if there is a limit of around 200 members on the size of a region. Certainly all of the large regions appear to have problems sustaining membership levels in excess of 200 members. On the other end of the spectrum, the Perth region has seen phenomenal growth, due mostly to the efforts of their RC and an aggressive advertising campaign. Other growth for APANA has been through the addition of two new regions, Northern Wollongong and Hunter. There have been a couple of "flame-fests" over the past year, and it should be made clear that the MC refuses to become involved in these.

ASPACI has members from all states and territories of Australia (ACT Australia withsimilar membership numbers the largest australian state NSW. Other regions.
ASPACI Inc State and Regional Groups Australian States and Territories ASPACI has members from all States and Territories of Australia (ACT, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia). The NSW Region meets regularly during the year, usually in Sydney. Contact details for these region are available on the contacts page New Zealand This is the largest and most active region outside of Australia with similar membership numbers the largest Australian state - NSW. Contact details for the New Zealand region are available on the contacts page Other Regions ASPACI has members in the following South Pacific locations - Cook Islands, Fiji, Singapore and South Korea. Contact details for these region are available on the contacts page . Outside of Australasia and the South Pacific our membership extends to the United Kingdom and USA. Regional Web Pages The following regional groups have there own web pages containing details of ASPACI activities in their area. New South Wales

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40. Australian Policy Online
performance standards on the states and territories measure and compare Indigenousneeds across regions. determine how the nine australian governments resource

'Opening fields' with Professor Dame Gillian Beer

A one day symposium with Professor of English Literature, University of Cambridge

Rethinking the meaning of regions

Seminar with Kevin O’Connor from the University of Melbourne

Inventing the internet Oz style: a cultural history of the Australian internet

Seminar with Gerard Goggin
Toward a new urbanism Lecture by Sophie Watson, Professor of Sociology, Open University, UK 11 APRIL, MELBOURNE Identity, reflexivity and the “third way” Seminar with Dr Kirk Mann 14 APRIL, SYDNEY Including the voices of people with disabilities in bioethics and science policy A seminar with Tom Shakespeare from the UK Ethics and Life Sciences Research Institute 23-24 APRIL, CANBERRA Facing the future: engaging stakeholders and citizens in developing public policy Conference hosted by the National Institute for Governance and the Australian Public Policy Research Network More events... ATSIC Ruddock’s review quite a squeeze An assessment of ATSIC’s role must look more widely across government, says Tim Rowse

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