Series 1: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/amish-worlds-squarest-teenagers/episode-guide/series-1
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Round 42 in the never ending war against ratbaggery brings us to the argument of what drives asylum seeker numbers – push factors vs. pull factors. Proponents of the push factor view claim that the numbers of people attempting to enter Australia to seek refugee status – including those that arrive by boat – are primarily driven by events outside of Australia’s […]
Andrew Dutney The Uniting Church in Australia (UCA) is deeply disappointed at the recommendations of the Houston Panel on Asylum Seekers. And we are dismayed by the enthusiasm with which the Parliament has passed legislation which will see Australia close its doors to asylum seekers arriving by boat. UnitingJustice, the national justice policy and advocacy unit of […]
Using UNHCR data, this interactive explains where Australia’s refugees come from and where we rank among major developed countries for asylum applications… http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/1672474/Multimedia:-Asylum-seeker-facts
Short bikes for BEGINNERS http://www.nebcom.com/noemi/moto/sbl.sbl.html This list is intended for beginners. An advanced short rider can ride more types of motorcycles than not — it would actually be more productive to list bikes short riders will never ride. These classifications are only guidelines!They cannot possibly be correct for every (any?) rider!
Space Invaders: Why you should never, ever use two spaces after a period. Can I let you in on a secret? Typing two spaces after a period is totally, completely, utterly, and inarguably wrong.
Patrick Troughton: the journey continues 8 Tips to start watching classic Doctor Who! Wife in space The evil of the Daleks — Fury from the deep The wheel in space The Dominators The mind robber The invasion The krotons The seeds of death The space pirates The war games The Troughton years The three Doctors The five Doctors
The Dawn: A Journal for Australian Women was an early feminist journal published in Australia between 1888 and 1905. It was first published 15 May 1888 by Louisa Lawson using the pen name of Dora Falconer. The subtitle was later changed to A Journal for the Household. http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/title/252
In geography, a confluence is the meeting of two or more bodies of water. Sometimes, these places can be very unusual… The confluences below were selected for their dramatic visual contrast — you can see the boundaries, where the two (or three) differently colored rivers mix to form one larger river.
If the recent passing of music legend Earl Scruggs left you wanting to know more about bluegrass, then you’re in for a treat. Anna Schwaber and Chris Cloyd, the filmmakers behind The Porchlight Sessions, an exciting new documentary that traces the evolution of the sound, have kindly offered to walk us through some of their favorite artists […]