Credit: Reuters/Fred Prouser Australian band INXS poses at the Penfolds Icon Gala Dinner during G' Day LA Australia Week 2006 in Hollywood January 14, 2006. INXS, which sold more than 30 million albums worldwide, including more than 10 million alone of their 1987 breakthrough "Kick", issued the statement after comments by band member Jon Farriss during a weekend performance sparked a frenzy on Twitter.
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Tomorrow, on International Women's Day, Australia will release its first National Action Plan (NAP) on women, peace and security. Australia follows the US and UK late last year in releasing such a plan in accordance with the landmark UN Security Council Resolution 1325.
Co-authored by Grace Williams, an intern in the West Asia Programme Lowy Institute and student of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Sydney. Part 1 of this series; part 2. Egypt's women have been a focus of media attention in the Arab Spring, but women have a long history of activism in Egypt.
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Regional Development Australia Fund
All projects to be funded under Round Three of the Regional Australia Development Fund have been announced. The projects will provide important infrastructure to support small towns across regional Australia.
The announcement of projects to be funded under Round Four of the Regional Australia Development Fund is complete. These projects will provide important infrastructure to address regional priorities that were identified by Regional Development Australia committees.