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  • The Debate over Gun Control

    The Debate Over Gun Control Gun Control, a term that refers to the management of firearms in an effort to reduce the criminal use of these weapons. (MICROSOFT (R) ENCARTA 1995) In the year 2004 there were more than 210 million privately owned guns in the United States, which makes it plain to see why there are arguments for and against even the smallest amount of gun control. The Second Admendment to the Constitution of the United States, guarantees “the right of the people to keep and bear

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  • Australian Law

    many states in search of equity and fair judgments. Judicial review has been made part of Australia’s legal process although there are no clear provisions in the constitution. According to Mark Tunshets,( Jones, Ian. The anisminic revolution in Australian administrative law: an analysis of extended jurisdictional error. Turramurra, N.S.W.: Local Legal, 1998. Print.) Judicial review in Australia has a lot of authority since it is only the high court that can interpret the constitution. Judicial review

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  • Debate on Slavery

    Since America’s beginning, there has been intense debate about slavery, precisely because it raises questions about the nation’s dedication to liberty and human equality. Slavery in the Americas had a contentious history, dating back to the Aztecs. It played a major role in our history triggering at least one revolution, one civil war, and many rebellions. At the time of the America’s beginning, there were about half a million slaves in the United States, mostly in the southern states, where they

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  • Debate

    Team Debate Paper Stacie Hearne, Manita Johnson, Jessica Lightfoot, and Roy Tucker BCOM/275 October 4, 2012 Kwanis Nelson Debate Team Paper “We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Gay marriage has become one of the hottest issues in politics. Supporters of gay marriage have compared their struggle

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  • Black History

    2011). This class has shown so many different views on sociology. It explains how different people see society and how they live and interact with them. My theorist of choice is W.E.B Du Bois, because he laid down the foundation for the study of black sociology and the work of scholars such as E. Franklin Frazier (Vissing, 2011). In this paper I will discuss why I feel that W.E.B Du Bois views align with my personal views. W.E.B Du Bois real name is William Edwards Burghardt and was born

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  • Black History Month

    ATHLETES * This track and field star was the first athlete to win 4 gold medals in an Olympic Games * Jesse Owens * She was the first African American (male or female) to win at Wimbledon * Althea Gibson * This athlete made history when she became the first woman to dunk during a professional basketball game in 2002 * Lisa Leslie * Before he became a legend, this famous athlete was cut from his high school basketball team * Michael Jordan THE CIVIL RIGHTS

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  • Is Black History Month Still Needed

    Stewart 02-21-13 5th period Black History Month is still Needed Achievement. Respect. Empowering . Black History month is a month created in order to honor the African American race and the things we have done to help build this nation. However this month is under assault by Americans that believe that the month is no longer necessary. Black History month is still necessary because it displays the achievements of the African American race, to respect the history of blacks, and to potentially empower

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  • The History of Black Women Hair

    The History of Black Women Hair In the early year black women faces problems with managing their hair and creating different hair styles to wear. The black woman was limited to styles when it came to doing black hair. The texture of black women’s hair was woolly, thick, unmanageable and bushy. Many would cover their hair with wigs. Many kept their hair in a bush, or braids, and others pulled the hair back into a pony-tail. In 1905, steel hot comb with teeth spaced for apart for thick hair

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  • The Australian Road Rules

    THE AUSTRALIAN ROAD RULES – WHAT ARE THEY AND WHERE ARE THEY GOING? Ian W Shepherd and Fiona A Calvert National Road Transport Commission PO Box 13105 Law Courts MELBOURNE VIC 8010 “Motoring in Australia is daily taking on more of a national aspect by shedding its earlier parochial garb. Yet there are few fields in which legislative and regulatory inconsistency have freer play than in the Australian motoring world. At the moment a motorist passing from one State into

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  • Australian Politics

    market system. Introduction This paper discusses the changes that have been brought by the 11 year era of 25th Prime minister of Australia, Mr John Winston Howard. This era saw economic expansion that is characterized as longest in the history of Australia. Howard’s policies, practices, philosophies, and decisions have been widely debated specially over the issue of abolishing welfare system, treatment of asylum seeker after the 9-11, and such. This paper discusses the changes in the era

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  • Australian Info

    Australian Political System – A closer look August 3, 2012 By ulipops The political system of Australia comprises of 3 main tiers of the government mentioned as below. 1- The Federal Government – Australia, known to be a constitutional monarchy makes use of a parliamentary system of the government. This is further divided into three different branches called legislative, executive and judiciary. The constitution of the Democratic legislature comprises of the Queen, the Senate and the House of

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  • What Is History

    We need to appreciate the complexity of the past and not reduce history to a shallow field of point scoring. I believe that there is much that is worth preserving in the cultural heritage of our dispossessors as a nation, the Australian community has a collective consciousness that encompasses a responsibility for the present and future, and the past. To say that ordinary Australians who are part of the national community today do not have any connection with the shameful aspects of our past is at

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  • Design History

    reading of Robin Boyd’s narrative of the Australian nation created for Australia’s pavilion at Expo’70. The critique offered is from an environmental perspective, using this example to lead into a broader reflection on Australian design history’s ‘modernity problem’. We argue that although the examination of Australia as a socio-cultural context for the practice of design continues to engage scholars, the will to profess the existence of progressive Australian design has precluded significant examination

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  • Australian English

    INTRODUCTION The title of this work is “Australian English” The work which is presented deals with the study of the Australian English Language, about its pronunciation, regional variations, vocabulary. The Australian English is a language with its own peculiarities and it differs a lot from Standard English and the other variants because it has its own history and development. There appeared a large number of new words in each variety of the English language because of historical

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  • How Is History Ever Present in Black Women’s Lives?

    Lau, Cheuk Hak AFAS 342-03 2013/11/30 How is history ever present in black women’s lives? 'When I reflect on Black women and images, the first thing that enters my mind is the portrayal of them through media images as self-hating, angry, miserable, and vindictive. All of those characterizations are fictitious and derive from Western America’s foundation of White supremacy, as the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has so clearly demonstrated and proven.' —Dr. Ava Muhammad, attorney and Nation

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  • Debate

    situation but we still feel mobile phones bring more benefits then harms. Mobile phones also have safety application where by students can upload content to an online personal profile, such as current photos, physical description, personal safety history like whether he has any kidnapping attempts and medical aliments. When a valid alert is places, it will send an alarm to the school giving the students location. Moreover students can include emergency contacts in the profile like parents, teacher

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  • Black History Month

    Black history month Martin Luther King Martin Luther King was born on 15 January 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia (US). Originally named Michael, he was later renamed Martin, like his father, a Baptist minister. His mother, Alberta Williams King, was a schoolteacher. He entered more house College in 1944 and forged a lifelong friendship with his teacher, Benjamin Mays. Together with his father's influence, it was partly his respect for Mays which led him to the Church. He was ordained in his last semester

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  • Black History

    Lewis Topic: Do we still need Black History Month General Purpose: To Persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to view black history month as more than just a small lesson. That black history is not just for blacks, that it’s more than a month, and how it’s everyone’s history. Central Idea: Black history has been single out to one month as a way to make sure that blacks are remembered in history. Blacks has always been apart of history. Therefore is it reasonable to set a

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  • Australian Beverages

    his contract as managing director of the Australian operations, he reflected on the significant changes that had taken place since the Chasseur board had agreed to be acquired by Notting Foods Inc. in December 2011. His thoughts then turned to the board update he was giving the following day on the Australian business, including:  a review of the last 12 months’ performance and forecast for the 2014 financial year  an update on integration of the Australian operations and  a discussion about the

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  • Black History Month

    a famous black American with a link at the bottom of the page. Use the link (or find another one if you like) to connect to a short biography of each person. On the line next to each clue, write the name of the person to whom the clue refers. 1.      This person was a famous botanist, inventor, and teacher. 2.      This person started a newspaper called "The North Star." 3.      This person refused to give up a seat on the bus. That led to a 382-day bus boycott by black people in

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  • Debate Paper

    Gun Control Team Debate Paper BCOM/275 May 7, 2013   Gun Control Gun control is a hot topic in the United States with primarily two sides of the conversation advocating for either more control of guns or more freedom of guns. The current laws on gun control or gun rights are disagreed upon by these individuals essentially based on the interpretation of such gun control laws. Firearms and the effects of gun rights has many cases that call for the strictest form of gun control. Some of these

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  • Australian Grocery Stores Industry

    898mn litres in 2014, although value growth is set to outperform volume growth thanks to ongoing industry premiumisation • Per capita food consumption is forecast to increase by 2.6% in 2010, but growth is expected to drop to just 1% in 2011 as the Australian economy, and in turn consumer confidence, is hurt by a slowdown in Chinese demand Key Trends Dairy Industry Dynamism – National Foods has again demonstrated its commitment to the country, announcing in April 2010 that it was to invest an additional

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  • Black History

    Abraham Maslow Abraham Harold Maslow was born April 1, 1907 in Brooklyn, New York. He was the eldest of seven children born to his immigrant parents. While growing up, Abraham’s parents pushed their children hard toward academic success. He was very lonely as a boy, and sought refuge in his schoolwork. To please his parents, He went to study at the City College of New York. His father hoped he would study law, but he went to graduate school at the University of Wisconsin to study psychology

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  • History of the Black Death

    the Black Death Affected the Modern World The Black Death is the worst plague that mankind has ever had to face, much worse than anything we face today. The mortality rate was astounding; whoever was unfortunate enough to become infected with the Black Death would die in a matter of days while suffering through a great deal of pain and agony (Snell). Its peak was around 1348-1353 in Europe, ranging from England all the way to Eastern Europe and beyond (The Black Death, 1348, 2001). The Black Death

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  • Indigenous Australian Politics

    Subject Name: Indigenous Australian Politics Subject Code: IA2016 Study Period: SP1 Study Mode: External Campus: Townsville Subject Coordinator: Sharon Moore Student: Josephat Magomo Assessment Task 1: Reflective Critique The European colonisation of Australia over the past two centuries has resulted in violent conflict, forced dispossession, displacement and protectionist policies that denied Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people basic rights, separated families and entrenched

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  • Ap European History Black Plague Dbq

    Throughout history, diseases and disasters have shaped people’s beliefs and concerns. During the 13th century, the Bubonic Plague was no exception to this theory. Authors, physicians, and European travelers expressed their beliefs regarding the plague, how their lifestyles had changed because of it and how they believed it spread throughout the great continent of Europe. These groups of authors, physicians and travelers all formed their own beliefs and concerns about the plague such as Erasmus of

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  • Black Space and Black Places

    Jasmine Jones SOC 431-01 11/29/2014 “Black Spaces, Black Places” Summary Things evolve and recurring in history which is very amazing how those things happen. People have been involved in interracial relationships far back as history have been recorded. Just like has research has claimed how the world was one big continent at one point then there was a continental drift. People were then mixed into different cultures and “races”. Even dated back to slavery times, Slave masters were sleeping

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  • Black Friday History

      Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving in the United States, where it is the beginning of  the traditional Christmas shopping season. Since Thanksgiving falls on the fourth Thursday in  November in the United States, Black Friday may be as early as the 23rd and as late as the  29th of November. More recently, there is new understanding that the term originates from the  theory that retailers traditionally operated at a financial loss for most of the year (January  through November) and made their profit during the holiday season

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  • Debate

    could challenge me because on this subject they are as ignorant as I am.” -Graciano Lopez Jaena- “I love argument, I love debate. I don't expect anyone just to sit there and agree with me, that's not their job.” -ate coring "Present your case," says the Lord. "Bring forth your strong reasons," says the King of Jacob. Isaiah 41:21 What is debate? A debate is a contest, or, perhaps, like a game, where two or more speakers present their arguments intent on persuading one another. Men

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  • Mh370 Debate

    take off will follow in 20 minutes time.If you have any questions about our conspiracy free, although intoxicated pilot flight today, please don’t hesitate to ask one of our friendly flight attendants. Thank you. INFO ON THE PILOT: NOT THE BLACK BOX THAT SAID GOODNIGHT IT WAS RADIO TRANSMITTER THAT DID CONSPIRACY- a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful. right? just s everyone knows the meaning The pilot in command was 53-year-old Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah from

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  • Timeline of the History of Australian Occupational Health and Safety Laws

    Timeline of the History of Australian Occupational Health and Safety Laws 1. The early history of Occupational Health and Safety Laws and significant historical events that helped to shape current laws 1833 The first HM Factory Inspectorate was formed in the UK. The major goal of the Inspectorate was to inspect factories and workshops to prevent injuries of child textile workers (Factories and Workshops: Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops, 1842, p. 9). 1837

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  • Black on Black Racism

    Black on Black racism : The Dominican republic ethnic cleansing What is the difference between an Haitian and a Dominican? People usually respond to race-related discussion in various emotional ways that range from deep culpability and embarrassment to extreme pride and hatred toward another group. Recently several stories reported in national or international news seem to add more focus to the ongoing debate about racial discrimination between black and white. But my concern is how to deal

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  • Into a Black Hole

    wertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm Into a black hole Lectures by Stephen Hawking 31/03/2015 DUBOIS Arnaud | ------------------------------------------------- Contents 1. Introduction 3 2. Main Part 3 2.1. Stephen Hawking 3 2.2. The evolution of a star 4 2.2.1. Small star 4 2.2.2. Large star 5 2.3. The black hole 6 2.3.1. Wormholes 6 2.3.2. Back to reality 7 2.3.3. Supermassive black holes 7 2.4. Critics 8 3. Conclusion 9 4. Personal Opinion

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  • History

    Colonization in Africa Jessica Ford History 330 11/18/2014 In 1816, an all-white group of concerned citizens organized the American Colonization Society. At the time it was the most significant organization that was anti-slavery. The citizens had three major concerns at this time. One of those concerns was that of having emancipation progressively moving forward. The second concern that they had was that the need for an established colony in Africa, where African Americans could go, and there

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  • Op-Ed on Black History in Shools

    Washington Post "African American History, Never forgotten...Hopefully" By ELEEDREA HARRISON July 30th, 2015 Pre-Columbian Era, The New World, The Colonies, Slavery and the Struggle for Empire, World War I, The Sixties and The Conservative Turn of America. These are some highlight chapter titles from a standard United States history textbook. Notice how there is a chapter in the textbook focused on slavery. Slavery is a very dark time in American History; where blacks were captured, brought to America

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  • The Great Debate

    been ranked the lowest in the world consecutively for crime. This has sparked the debate of whether gun control is necessary to diminish crime and many pro gun advocates, look at Switzerland as proof that it is false. To get into this heated debate, it is important to understand the term gun control. Gun control is defined as laws that control the selling, owning, and use of guns (Webster's Dictionary). Like in any debate there are always two very different stance on this topic. PRO Pro gun control

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  • Why Is History Important for Our Understanding of Contemporary Media Debates or Practices?

    person watching it. Also later on in the film when Theodore comes back disappointed from the date he was on and starts speaking to Samantha in his bedroom, the more intimate they got it got darker and darker on the screen until eventually it fades to black and all the audience could hear for eleven more seconds is Theodore and Samantha continuing to sex talk and moan. An important issue rises up at his stage, which is what or who the audience imagine. On one hand, some may construct their own image of

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  • Australian Bankruptcy Law History

    Australian Bankruptcy Law Contents Executive Summary 2 History of Australian Bankruptcy Law 3 The Beginning 3 The English Root 3 The Adaption and the Bankruptcy Act of 1966 5 The Debate 6 The Reform 6 For the Change 6 Against the Change 6 Conclusions & Recommendations 7 Citations & References 8 Executive Summary The purpose of this report is to examine the history, and the development of the Australian Bankruptcy Law. Through reviewing historical information,

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  • The History of Black History Month and How Our Ancestors Came About

    Black History Month Black History Month began as Negro History Week, which was created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson, an African American historian, scholar, educator, and publisher. It became a month-long celebration in 1976. The month of February was chosen to coincide with the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. Mary Seacole Mary Seacole was a pioneering nurse and heroine of the Crimean War. She was born in Kingston Jamaica in 1805 to a Scottish soldier and a Jamaican nurse

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  • Black History Month Essay

    African-American poets, musicians, actors, artists and intellectuals moved to Harlem in New York City and brought new ideas that shifted the culture forever. From approximately 1918 to the mid 1930s, talent began to overflow within this newfound culture of the black community in Harlem, as prominent figures—Langston Hughes ( The most prolific writer of the Harlem Renaissance. He casted off the influences of white poets and wrote with the rhythmic meter of blues and jazz), Claude McKay (urged African Americans

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  • Australian Education

    An agenda for Australian higher educ ation 2013–2016 a smarter australia Universities australia An agenda for Australian higher educ ation 2013–2016 a smarter australia This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial -NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Further inquiries should be made to the Chief Executive: GPO Box 1142 Canberra ACT 2601 Ph: +61 2 6285 8100 Fax: +61 2 6285 8101 Email: contact@universitiesaustralia.edu.au Web: www.universitiesaustralia

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  • History of Black Colleges

    case was settled by a court order merging the former University of Tennessee at Nashville with TSU. As president, Humphries was the first to face the challenge of maintaining the balance between TSU’s role as one of America’s preeminent historically black universities and its emerging status as a comprehensive national university. The Geier v. Tennessee case, however, remained alive for 32 years. Rita Sanders Geier was joined by the U.S. Department of Justice and by TSU professors Ray Richardson and

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  • Black Comedy

    presented. One must of course never forget that different types of stage have changed in the history of the theatre and that this has also influenced the way plays were performed. The analysis of places and the settings in plays can help one get a better feel for characters and their behaviour but also for the overall atmosphere. The play “ The removalist” written by David Williamson explores prevalent Australian attitudes about masculinity, violence and racism through the use of characterisation, language

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  • Attitude Australian Have Towards Indiginoeuos

    Attitudes Australians have towards indigenous culture. A segment of the wider Australian society has certain ethnocentric attitudes and assumptions about indigenous culture. The Herald Sun’s columnist Andrew Bolts article “The artist needs colouring in” is one example of ethnocentric stereotyping. Mr Bolt’s article argues what it means to be Aboriginal and have indigenous an identity this

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  • Black History Jesse Jackson

    Black History Jesse Louis Jackson Jesse Louis Burns was born on October 8, 1941 in Greenville, South Carolina. At the time of Jesse’s birth his mother Helen Burns was only sixteen (16) years old. Jesse’s father, Noah Louis Robinson was an professional boxer and also an standout guy in his community. When Jesse was born his father Louis was married to another woman. Jesse’s father died on January 28, 1997 and had never been involved with his son’s life. In 1943 two years after

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  • Second Languages and Australian Schooling

    Australian Education Review Second Languages and Australian Schooling Joseph Lo Bianco with Yvette Slaughter Australian Council for Educational Research First published 2009 by ACER Press Australian Council for Educational Research 19 Prospect Hill Road, Camberwell, Victoria, 3124 Copyright © 2009 Australian Council for Educational Research All rights reserved. Except under the conditions described in the Copyright Act 1968 of Australia and subsequent amendments, no part of this publication

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  • Australian Beverages

    Extended case study Australian Beverages Ltd—Pre-seen case study information A Introduction to Australian Beverages Ltd In 1937, Australian Beverages Ltd (ABL) commenced manufacturing soft drinks [non-alcoholic drinks rather than ‘hard’ drinks that contain alcohol]. During the 1970s and 1980s, the company expanded its beverage portfolio by entering into other non-alcoholic beverage categories, such as fruit- and milkbased drinks. In 2011, the company was Australia’s largest supplier of non-alcoholic

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  • Australian Beverages

    Exam cases:  Patties Foods Ltd (PFL)  The death of the iPod  Australian Beverages Ltd Pre-seen exam information Semester 1 2012 Global Strategy and Leadership © CPA Australia Ltd 2012 Case Scenario 1 Patties Foods Ltd (PFL) Patties Foods Ltd (PFL) is a leading manufacturer in Australia’s branded frozen food industry. The company can trace its origins back 50 years to a small cake shop in the Victorian country town of Lakes Entrance. This cake shop was purchased in 1966 by the Rijs

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  • Australian Wine Industry

    As Australia’s economy continues to boom some industries have taken a major hit over the last decade including Australia’s wine industry even though it continues to produce some of the best wines in the world. The report will look into the history of Australian wine and look at where things have gone wrong. The reports key findings will reveal a relatively unknown winery in the town of Orange, called Belgravia that produces some outstanding wines. The results that have been presented have been researched

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  • Black History

    (1970) and The Good Fight (1973). Jan E. Matzeliger Jan Ernst Matzeliger was born on September 15, 1852 in Surinam (South America), the child of a biracial marriage. His father was a white engineer from Holland and his mother was a black woman in the Dutch colony. By his third birthday Matzeliger was sent to live with his father’s sister. By the time he turned 10 years old, Matzeliger became a worker in the machine shop that his father owned. It was at this time that he quickly became

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