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61: Privatisation Of Telstra
... are the advantages of privatising Telstra and how does this impact it's ethical conduct while striving to satisfy community expectations? I believe that putting important public assets into select private hands is not in Australia's long-term interests, and oppose the partial/full sale of Telstra for the reasons that the Government has given. The argument the Government has given for the privatisation and corporatisation of Telstra has been a budget conscious one where the proceeds of Telstra will provide a "one-off" opportunity to: 1) abolish Telstra's pastoral call rate and provide untimed local calls in extended zones in remote Australia; 2) increase funding for Networking the nation; and 3) pay off foreign debt left over by the previous government However, this is not true as the Minister, Senator Alston already has the power to direct ... the government every year in revenue earnings from Telstra. By 2007, the sale of Telstra is expected to create a budget black hole of $4 billion. The government cites that the "Mums and Dads" of Australia will benefit by purchasing shares in the float, which is true. But eventually the real beneficiaries will be the multinational companies who will have the controlling majority, not the Australian public. This can have ...
62: The Koala
... out of koala fur. Well, sadly enough, too many people are making millions on koalas. That's why they're endangered species. Habitat The koala is distributed along the eastern coastal semi-tropical forests of Australia, ranging from north Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and a small area in the south of Australia. Breeding The male koala and the female koala have two very different mating calls. When humans reach their sexual maturity at around the age of 14 or 15, koalas reach their sexual maturity at the ... koala has only one relative, the wombat. Koalas and wombats share a common ancestor from some 25 million years ago on the landmass Lauasia (an ancient landmass that separated to make South America, Africa, and Australia.) Most people think that the koala is related to bears, that is not true, the koala is an aboreal (tree dwelling) bear. Most people also think that the koala is not harmful, that's ...
63: Privatisation Of Telstra
... are the advantages of privatising Telstra and how does this impact it's ethical conduct while striving to satisfy community expectations? I believe that putting important public assets into select private hands is not in Australia's long-term interests, and oppose the partial/full sale of Telstra for the reasons that the Government has given. The argument the Government has given for the privatisation and corporatisation of Telstra has been a budget conscious one where the proceeds of Telstra will provide a "one-off" opportunity to: 1) abolish Telstra's pastoral call rate and provide untimed local calls in extended zones in remote Australia; 2) increase funding for Networking the nation; and 3) pay off foreign debt left over by the previous government However, this is not true as the Minister, Senator Alston already has the power to direct ... the government every year in revenue earnings from Telstra. By 2007, the sale of Telstra is expected to create a budget black hole of $4 billion. The government cites that the "Mums and Dads" of Australia will benefit by purchasing shares in the float, which is true. But eventually the real beneficiaries will be the multinational companies who will have the controlling majority, not the Australian public. This can have ...
64: Contrcat Law Implied Terms
... implied by custom or trade usage Where parties have contracted against the background of a particular trade, the customs or usages of that trade may be implied into the contract. In Con-Stan Industries of Australia Pty Ltd v. Norwich Winterthur (Australia) Ltd (1986) 64 ALR 481, the court summarised the following common law rules in relation to terms implied by custom or usage : The implied custom or usage is not subject to interpretation. It either exist ... 126. Greig D.W, Commercial Law, 3rd ed. (Sydney: Butterworths, 1988) Khoury. D & Y.S.Yamouni, Understanding Contract Law,4th ed. (Sydney: Butterworths, 1995) 106-158. Latimer. Paul, Australian Business Law, 12th ed. (Sydney: CCH Australia Limited, 1993) 358 - 362 Parker David & Gerry Box, Basic law for Business Students, 2nd ed. (Melbourne: Australia Print Group,1996) 155 - 170. Pendleton. Wayne & Roger Vicekry, Australian Business Law, (Sydney: Prentice Hall, 1996) 241- ...
65: Cinematography: Everything You Need To Know
... and MGM brought the musical to what many consider its pinnacle in a series of films produced by Arthur Freed and directed by Vincente MINNELLI, Gene KELLY, and Stanley Donen. The Film in Europe and Australia From 1950 The stimulus for defining a new film content and style came to the United States from abroad, where many previously dormant film industries sprang to life in the postwar years to produce an ... 1982) of Fassbinder ended an extraordinary and prolific career, but his absence has yet to be felt-- particularly in the United States, where many of his earlier films are being shown for the first time.^Australia is a relatively new entrant into the contemporary world film market. Buoyed by government subsidies, Australian directors have produced a group of major films within the past decade: Peter WEIR's Picnic at Hanging Rock ... Australian filmmaking. Couched in a style that is easily associated with American filmmaking--well-crafted plots, convincing characters, and naturalistic dialogue--Weir's films have gained international recognition. Weir, who was the director of Film Australia from 1969 to 1973, sees himself primarily as a storyteller. He has directed such imaginative and highly provocative films as Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), The Last Wave (1977), and The Plumber (1978). With ...
66: Crown Casino
The casino industry in Australia operates under an environment of uncertainty. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics Australias 13 casinos recorded a total operating loss of $288 million in 97-98. Outsiders predict a gloomy future for the casino industry in the next few years due to the reduction in international high rollers and the low level of management talent in Australias young casino industry.?? In this business environment Crown must implement business strategies will carry it into the next century as one of the worlds most successful casino complexes. The Crown was set up ...
67: Gold And Its Uses
... gold has been recovered, first from alluvial deposits in rivers and then by mining. But most of it has been produced in the last 150 years, since the major discoveries in the United States and Australia in the mid-19th century. Then, in the short span of 50 years, more was mined than in the preceding 6,000. Today, worldwide production amounts to about 2,300 tonnes annually, having doubled since ... tonnes in 1989, before falling to about 250 tonnes in 1991, of which some 150 tonnes was from Russia itself. Important new mines are being developed in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Gold was first discovered in Australia in 1851 near Bathurst, New South Wales, transforming it from a mere penal colony. Output peaked in 1865 at 95 tonnes, but fortunes revived with discoveries at Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, in 1893. The second rush, focusing on the diggings along Kalgoorlie's famous "Golden Mile", lasted a decade. By 1903 output had risen to 199 tonnes, a level not surpassed until 1988. The gold ...
68: El Nino
... in ocean temperatures causes a major rain zone over the western Pacific to shift eastward. Related adjustments in the atmosphere cause barometers to drop over the central and eastern Pacific and rise over Indonesia and Australia. This results in a further weakening and eastward retreat of the easterlies. In this way small changes in the ocean and wind currents continue to amplify each other until a full blown El Nino event ... El Nino years are not always marked by "tropical" El Nino conditions the way they are in the tropics. Scientists noticed that a monsoon season with low index conditions are often marked by droughts in Australia, India, Indonesia and parts of Asia. Although scientists did not realize the magnitude of what they were discovering they knew they had discovered only a small portion of this phenomenon. It would require a knowledge ... and Tahiti, which are unaccustomed to such severe weather. They also caused the monsoon rains to fall over the central Pacific instead of the western side which caused droughts and forest fires throughout Indonesia and Australia. Many winter storms battered southern California and caused flooding throughout the southern United States. Overall the loss to the world economy as a result to climate changes resulted in 8$ billion. For research purposes ...
69: Technological Literacy
... learn, what they learn, and what constitutes literacy. For instance, a quick look through any of today's most popular CD-ROM encyclopedias (e.g., Microsoft's Encarta) shows how limited entries on, for example, `Australia' or `Aborigines' are, how ideas are connected by lateral links and pathways which exclude other knowledge options, and how the software in fact `teaches' the user-learner certain cognitive mapping strategies. In other words, the ... are actual cafes and bars that provide terminals and pay-per-hour on-line services so that netsurfing can be accompanied by a cappuccino on the mousemat. These cybercafes are springing up in cities across Australia, and they give many people who don't have internet access a chance to try out virtual cyberspace. Virtual and actual cybercafes constitute a whole new cultural realm of `play' and sociality which go beyond ... for a technological literacy that can be adapted to a variety of learner needs, interests and abilities in the adult literacy classroom . PEDAGOGY John and Crajek are men in their forties and recent arrivals to Australia. Somehow they struck a friendship early in the term and it turns out they both have a keen interest in volcanoes and meteorology. Crajek was a geography teacher before he came to Australia and ...
70: Boxing: Down for the Count
... s 0.3 deaths per 1,000 and high school football's 0.1 deaths per 1,000 (Sammons 247). Another more recent study conducted by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia revealed that 361 deaths have occurred in the ring worldwide since 1945 (NHMRC 22). Deaths and serious injury suffered in boxing contests reveal only a small percentage of the potential for danger. Unfortunately, the damaging ... sport" (NHMRC 7). Those who argue for the use of helmets in professional boxing (as in amateur boxing) should be brought up-to-date with the current statistics. The study conducted by the NHMRC of Australia also revealed that from 1985 to 1993, six of the eighteen deaths reported were amateur boxers (NHMRC 22). These numbers suggest that fatal brain injury occurs despite helmet use and that there is no safe ... Sociological Factors in Sport. Toronto: U of Toronto, School of Physical and Health Education, 1980. Sammons, Jeffrey T. Beyond the Ring. Chicago: U of Illinois P, 1988. National Health and Medical Research Council. Boxing Injuries. Australia: Commonwealth of Australia, 1994.


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