Compulsory Voting Australia is Well-Known for its Compulsory Voting LawsCompulsory Voting Australia is Well-Known for its Compulsory Voting Laws
Over twenty countries have some form of compulsory voting which requires citizens to register to vote and to go to their polling place or vote on election day
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Two hundred years of Sydney newspapers: a short historyTwo hundred years of Sydney newspapers: a short history
Printed in February 2003 by Rural Press Ltd, North Richmond, New South Wales, with the assistance of the Printing Industries Association of Australia. Introduction
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Moving type from past to present: chronicling Australia through the digitisation of newspapersMoving type from past to present: chronicling Australia through the digitisation of newspapers
The National Library in providing online access to historic Australian newspapers. To date, the Program has achieved free online public access to over 360
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Moving type from past to present: Chronicling Australia through the digitisation of newspapersMoving type from past to present: Chronicling Australia through the digitisation of newspapers
Lecture given by Cathy Pilgrim at the 12th Australasian Congress on Genealogy and Heraldry, Kings College, Auckland, New Zealand, 19 January 2009
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Personal details name: Roger B. SidjePersonal details name: Roger B. Sidje
Position: Associate Dean (Aug 2013 present), College of Arts and Sciences, The University of Alabama
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