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  Campbell, Australian Capital Territory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Campbell (postcode: 2612) is a suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.
Most of Campbell is dominated by the lowest layer of the Ainslie Volcanics, a grey dacite and other errupted particles such as agglomerate and tuff.
In the north is grey quartz andesite, a higher layer of the Ainslie Volcanics.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Campbell,_Australian_Capital_Territory   (312 words)

  
 Our House Biographies - NCDC cottage
When the National Capital Development Commission (NCDC) began operations in Canberra in March 1958 it was faced with two immediate and, in some ways, contradictory challenges with respect to housing.
The suburb of Campbell was built to house the majority of the first move and it was close to the Navy's administration building in Russell, where the offices were planned to relocate.
Christine Cannon was a research assistant in the Urban Research Program at the Australian National University until 1999 and completed a MLitt thesis on the experiences of wives involved in the Defence Department transfer from Melbourne to Canberra.
www.heritage.gov.au /ourhouse/essay41.html   (1123 words)

  
 Australian Government Slices Funding for Environmental Groups
Australian Minister for the Environment and Heritage, Senator Ian Campbell, announced Tuesday that the government would give A$750,000 in grants to 128 groups this year under the Grants for Voluntary Environment and Heritage Organisations (GVEHO) program.
Australia's largest conservation group, the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF), was disappointed by the level of government support offered this year and by the fact that the cuts were announced just 12 working days before the end of this financial year.
Senator Campbell said Tuesday that groups that were not funded this year could apply in the next round of funding.
www.ens-newswire.com /ens/jun2005/2005-06-15-02.asp   (1141 words)

  
 Canberra - Australian Capital Territory - Australia - Travel - smh.com.au
Three years later the Australian Capital Territory was handed over to the Commonwealth Government and that same year a competition was launched for the design of a city for 25 000 people.
By 1825 Robert Campbell had settled at Duntroon (the homestead still stands) and a decade later the first Lanyon homestead was built in the Tuggeranong Valley.
With the declaration of the Australian Federation in 1901 it was decided that there had to be a national capital.
www.smh.com.au /news/australian-capital-territory/canberra/2005/02/17/1108500192541.html?s_cid=GTSMH10   (2866 words)

  
 Campbell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Campbell, Northern Cape, a town in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa
Campbell of Strachur, the oldest branch of the Campbell family and senior by primo geniture in Clan Campbell being direct descendants of Sir Dugald Campbell
Clan Campbell, one of the clans of Scotland
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Campbell   (320 words)

  
 Kemal Atatürk Memorial, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
In the centre section is a bust of Kemal Ataturk and inscribed in the south west corner is the crescent and star symbol of the Turkish flag.
It was built by the Australian Government to reciprocate the agreement of the Turkish Government to an Australian request for the official naming as "Anzac Cove" of the beach where the Anzac forces landed on 25 April 1915.
The other reciprocal gestures agreed to by the Australian Government were to name that part of of Lake Burley Griffin at the foot of Anzac Parade as Gallipoli Reach and to name the entrance to King George Sound, at Albany in Western Australia, as Ataturk Entrance.
www.diggerhistory2.info /graveyards/pages/tk-cems/ataturk-act.htm   (723 words)

  
 Australia's Greater Alpine Park Proposal Stalls on Grazing Conflict
The Australian Minister for the Environment and Heritage, Senator Ian Campbell, said the plan is an ambitious, practical answer to the conservation, heritage and recreational needs of the alpine parks that he called "Australian treasures."
Campbell said the government research branch, CSIRO, is testing the virtual fencing technology that uses global positioning systems to plot exclusion areas.
Senator Campbell said one of the most significant elements of the plan was the removal of the southern Bogong High Plains from the lands where grazing would be permitted.
www.ens-newswire.com /ens/nov2005/2005-11-02-03.asp   (972 words)

  
 The National Capital Authority > Visiting > Attractions of National Significance > The Australian War Memorial
The Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier commemorates all Australians who gave their lives for their country in the armed forces or in non-combatant roles.
The remains of an unidentified Australian soldier were exhumed from a cemetery at Villers-Bretonneux, France, and re-interred in the Memorial's Hall of Memory on 11 November 1993.
The Australian War Memorial is located at the foot of Mt Ainslie, at the top of Anzac Parade, on the northern side of Lake Burley Griffin, approximately 1.5 kilometres from the city centre.
www.nationalcapital.gov.au /visiting/attractions/australian_war_memorial.asp   (309 words)

  
 Australian Politics and Government - Cambridge University Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Australian Politics and Government is the first comprehensive comparative study of Australian state and Commonwealth governments and their politics for over forty years.
In addition to major chapters on each state in the Australian federation, the book includes chapters on the Commonwealth government and the two self-governing territories.
Australian Politics and Government has been written to link with the Australian Government and Politics website (http://elections.uwa.edu.au).
www.cambridge.org /catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521825075   (308 words)

  
 Australian and New Zealand Bookseller Directory
Asia Bookroom is located in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory and their specialties are Asia, The Middle East, Africa and Travel.
Australian Book Collector is located in Uralla, New South Wales and their specialties are Militaria, Children's Books, Australian Literature, Australian Art, Australian History, Quality Secondhand & Antiquarian, Biggles, Ion Idriess, Arthur Upfield and Australiana.
Skyring is located in Campbell, Australian Capital Territory and their specialties are Computing, Australian Politics, Art, History and Military.
www.deewhybooks.com.au /link/australianbookseller.htm   (4321 words)

  
 wow asia, toledo, aston, lima, cannes riviera, canberra, woodlawn, victory, sta, miller's, acapulco, mallorca, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
There are also two religious university campuses in Canberra: Signadou in the North Canberra suburb of Watson, Australian Capital Territory is a campus of the Australian Catholic University; St Mark's Theological College adjacent to the Parliament House is a campus of Charles Sturt University.
The Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) and the Royal Military College, Duntroon are near the suburb of Campbell, Australian Capital Territory in Canberra's inner north-east.
In February 2004 there were 140 List of schools in the Australian Capital Territory in Canberra; 96 were operated by the Government and 44 are non-Government.5 hours a week (12 from 2006).
toledohotels.info /wow_asia.html   (930 words)

  
 Corporate Information
The Australian War Memorial has nearly 300 volunteers actively contributing to its Mission of remembering, commemorating and interpreting the Australian sacrifice in war.
The minimum required age for volunteers is 16 years, and we have many 70 year olds still actively contributing their skill and time.
The Australian War Memorial is the winner of the 2000 Major Tourist Attraction award.
www.awm.gov.au /corporate/volunteers.htm   (825 words)

  
 The National Capital Authority > Visiting > Attractions of National Significance > Blundells Cottage
Originally part of the Campbell family's 32,000 acre ‘Duntroon' estate, the Cottage was home to families of farm workers, two of whom were tenants of the Campbells.
In 1913 the Duntroon estate was acquired by the Commonwealth to form part of the new Federal Capital Territory, although the Blundells continued to live there.
Blundells' Cottage is significant, being one of the few stone buildings of its type to have survived intact in the Australian Capital Territory.
www.nationalcapital.gov.au /visiting/attractions/blundells_cottage.asp   (345 words)

  
 Plate-Bending Analysis Using Finite Strip-Elements   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Engrg., Univ. Coll., Australian Defence Force Acad., Campbell, Australian Capital Territory 2600, Australia), William A. Grice, (Major, Royal Australian Engrs., Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia), and Joseph Petrolito, (Lect., Dept. of Civ.
Displacement functions used for simply supported finite strips are combined with those of a rectangular plate-bending element.
Three examples are considered demonstrating the accuracy and efficiency of the method.
www.pubs.asce.org /WWWdisplay.cgi?8701886   (145 words)

  
 Canberra reveals its soul - Australian Capital Territory - www.smh.com.au/travel/
It was the point from which all distances from Canberra were measured, and once housed the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.
That is, they were servantless (or at least servants were not intended to live in) and they were to be hygienic and healthy - sleepouts were considered healthy for the children - with indoor (and silent-flushing) toilets, underground electricity and telephone lines and streets suitable for the automobile and bus.
The suburban communities as they have encircled old Canberra in an ever-widening circumference (actually on a rough Y-shaped plan rather than a circle) means that the 100 neighbourhoods of Canberra now represent different decades of architecture and planning ideas (and fierce debates).
www.theage.com.au /news/Australian-Capital-Territory/Canberra-reveals-its-soul/2005/01/28/1107020376887.html   (1261 words)

  
 Australian Capital Territory: State Website list: Australia's Culture and Recreation Portal
Beaver Galleries is a privately owned gallery situated in the suburb of Deakin, Canberra, in the Australian Capital Territory.
The Bicycle Federation of Australia is a non profit organisation dedicated to expanding choice and opportunity for recreation, transport and healthy activity for all Australians.
Includes news, membership details, merchandise, information about all levels of rugby in the Australian Capital Territory, Brumby player profiles, Super 12 draws and results and more.
www.acn.net.au /website/location/Australian+Capital+Territory/start=81   (764 words)

  
 Australian Capital Territory Building Structure Attractions
More Anzac Parade and Memorials of Anzac Parade Campbell - Anzac Parade is the national capital’s major ceremonial avenue and is easily recognisable from Mt Ainslie lookout.
More Australian - American Memorial Affectionately known as 'The Eagle', the Australian - American Memorial was officially opened on the 16th February 1954.
More Australian War Memorial Campbell - The Australian War Memorial commemorates the sacrifice of Australian men and women who have served in war.
www.about-australia.com /travel-guides/australian-capital-territory/attractions/building-structure/index2.php   (1321 words)

  
 Secret sheik of tweak | The Diary | The Australian
And it was Colvin who was also present in the canteen at Nine when McGuire delivered the bad news that 100 people were to lose their jobs.
THE decision of Victorian Liberal MP Sophie Mirabella (nee Panopoulos) to invite a swag of print journalists to her Saturday wedding raised eyebrows but the results were clear, with coverage of the big event in The Australian, The Sunday Age, the Sunday Herald Sun and the region's leading daily, Albury-Wodonga's The Border-Mail.
While The Border Mail reported from the sidelines, The Age's Michelle Grattan, the Herald Sun's Michael Harvey and Gerard McManus, and The Australian's Elizabeth Colman and Patricia Karvelas took their places as invited guests at the ceremony and reception in Mrs Mirabella's adopted home town of Wangaratta, a three-hour drive from Melbourne.
www.theaustralian.news.com.au /story/0,20867,19472640-22822,00.html   (1200 words)

  
 Open Directory - Regional:Oceania:Australia:Australian Capital Territory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Australian Capital Territory (or ACT) is a small territory containing Australia's capital, Canberra.
It is situated roughly in the middle of the state of New South Wales.
ACT Regions / Districts (excluding Jervis Bay Territory) are taken from the official Canberra By Suburbs map and are as follows.
dmoz.org /Regional/Oceania/Australia/Australian_Capital_Territory/desc.html   (295 words)

  
 Australian Legal Research Sources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Australian material is found under two call numbers in the Classified Stacks.
Australian materials include federal cases, acts, regulations, news, government reports, treatises, and law reviews.
Attorney-General's Department includes a useful summary of the Australian legal system and AG publications.
lib.law.washington.edu /ref/australia.htm   (563 words)

  
 Defence Budget a Major Boost for Australian Capital Territory
The Minister for Defence, John Moore, today said that the 2000 Defence Budget is good news for Australian Capital Territory.
Total Defence Departmental Appropriations, excluding the capital use charge, is $12.2 billion, which is 1.8% of GDP.
Through legislative changes the Federal Government wants to make the Reserves more attractive to young Australians and their employers, as well as a more integrated and capable component of the ADF.
www.defence.gov.au /minister/Mooretpl.cfm?CurrentId=246   (293 words)

  
 Canberra City, Civic, Barton, Reid, Campbell, Braddon, Central Business District Canberra, ACT, Australian Capital ...
On Capital Hill within the inner-city suburb of Parkes, Australia's magnificent new Parliament House creates the apex of the triangle as well as the capital's standout centrepiece.
On the city side of the lake, intersecting the suburbs of Reid and Campbell, Anzac Parade is the nation's grandest boulevarde, stretching from the lake's extensive parklands to the massive Australian War Memorial at the foothills of Mount Ainsle.
Perched on the knoll of the point, the National Capital Exhibition overlooks the lake's central basin and the spectacular Captain Cook Memorial Water Jet (operates daily 10am-noon, 2pm-4pm, and 7pm-9pm during daylight- saving).
www.frogandtoad.com.au /act/canberra/cbd/index.html   (1061 words)

  
 Hoppa - Everything in Australian Capital Territory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Australian Capital Territory, Government, Business, Tourism Welcome to www.act.gov.au, your gateway to Australian Capital Territory Government Internet resources
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, News, Newspapers Canberra's premier newspaper for news, views, and reviews.
Australian Capital Territory, Bands, World Music, Celtic One of Australia's most inventive folk / world music bands, playing music and leading dance from many traditions, mixing medieval and modern instruments, and blending Anglo-Celtic and Central European styles to produce new and exhilarating music.
hoppa.com /oc/au/act   (138 words)

  
 Education España   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Campbell: Curriculum - Campbell Primary School - general school library, information, and student pages.
Campbell: School information - Campbell High School - contact curriculum, details, events and news, excursions, and extra-curricula opportunities.
Australian: Prepares cadets for professional service in the ADF Navy - Australian Defence Force Academy - Army and Air Force, with academic programs studies offered through UNSW.
www.amigar.com /buscador/Top/10101137343-10000001   (115 words)

  
 Australian Capital Territory Attractions
More Australian Electoral Commission - Electoral Education Centre Parkes - Programs are designed to foster awareness of the importance of elections, referendums and participation in a representative democracy.
More Australian National Botanic Gardens Acton - Walk amongst the finest collection of Australian flora in the world at the Australian National Botanic Gardens.
More Australian Reptile Centre Canberra Nicholls - Come face to face with some of Australia's largest, deadliest and most colourful reptiles in the Australian Reptile Gallery with thematic exhibits encompassing...
www.about-australia.com /travel-guides/australian-capital-territory/attractions/index3.php   (1190 words)

  
 The Whitlam Institute: The History of the Whitlam Government: 14 February 1974   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Visit to South-East Asia - Statement by the Hon Gough Whitlam QC, Prime Minister of Australia on the achievements of his visit to six nations of South-East Asia, 14 February 1974.
Opening of St. Vincent de Paul "Ozanam" home of peace and contentment - Speech by the Hon Gough Whitlam QC, Prime Minister of Australia, at the opening of the St. Vincent de Paul "Ozanam" home of peace and contentment, Campbell, Australian Capital Territory, 14 February 1974.
Opening of Parliament by the Queen, Press statement no. 183 - Press release announcing that on 28 February the Queen will open the Australian Parliament for the second time, 14 February 1974.
www.whitlam.org /chronology/19740214.html   (121 words)

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