Monthly Archives: July 2010

Waverley Council – Film and Photo Policy in Black & White

This is a screenshot that I took just a few minutes ago of the Waverley Council web page titled “Use of Public Open Space”. If you look closely you will notice the following: Waverley Council offers a variety of public … Continue reading

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Some Further Thoughts about Talinguru Nyakunytjaku

I’m by no means the world’s best graphic artist so please forgive me a bit for what I have done with this map … but I do think that it is clear enough to serve its purpose. This is a map of Uluru … Continue reading

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All Hail the … Octopus!!

Spain 1 – Netherlands 0 … Paul gets it right again!!

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Ten Years of the EPBC Regulations

Today, July 5th, marks the tenth anniversary of the introduction of the Australian government’s Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Regulations. Signed into law by then Governor-Governor William Patrick Deane and the Environment Minister of the time, Robert Hill, the EPBC … Continue reading

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Uluru “Strip-Tease” Prompts Faux Outrage

The story below was originally submitted to the Northern Territory News. It should have been used in the July 3, 2010 edition as a Saturday Extra column but seems to have disappeared into the ether. ************************************************** Our mighty rock, Uluru, … Continue reading

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