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  1. In this timely and important book, Andrew Lynch and George Williams provide a clear and accessible guide to the major components of Australia's anti-terrorism laws and their effects. They show readers: what constitutes a crime of terrorism in Australia, what powers our main intelligence agency has to question and detain members of the community, what happens when the authorities seek a control order or an order of preventative detention over an individual, what speech risks making a person liable for the crime of sedition, how judicial processes have been modified for the trial of people charged with terrorism offences Lynch and Williams have contributed vigorously to the public debate since September 11. In "What Price Security?" they argue that Australia has gone too far in limiting civil rights in the name of anti-terrorism. "In fighting the 'war on terror'," they write, "it is vital that we do not allow ourselves to become the victim of our own fears."

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  2. Frontiers of Labor : Comparative Histories of the United States and Australia

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  3. How workers' experience in two countries illuminates important issues in labor history Alike in many aspects of their histories, Australia and the United States diverge in striking ways when it comes to their working classes, labor relations, and politics. Greg Patmore and Shelton Stromquist curate innovative essays that use transnational and comparative analysis to explore the two nations' differences. The contributors examine five major areas: World War I's impact on labor and socialist movements; the history of coerced labor; patterns of ethnic and class identification; forms of working-class collective action; and the struggles related to trade union democracy and independent working-class politics. Throughout, many essays highlight how hard-won transnational ties allowed Australians and Americans to influence each other's trade union and political cultures. Contributors: Robin Archer, Nikola Balnave, James R. Barrett, Bradley Bowden, Verity Burgmann, Robert Cherny, Peter Clayworth, Tom Goyens, Dianne Hall, Benjamin Huf, Jennie Jeppesen, Marjorie A. Jerrard, Jeffrey A. Johnson, Diane Kirkby, Elizabeth Malcolm, Patrick O'Leary, Greg Patmore, Scott Stephenson, Peta Stevenson-Clarke, Shelton Stromquist, and Nathan Wise

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  4. Alloy Australia AMS-48T4S4SFP Networking Switches

    The ALLOY AMS-24T4S4SFP is a Layer 2+ Gigabit Ethernet switch. With 44x 101001000Base-T RJ-45 copper ports, 4x GbE Copper(100M1000M) SFP ports and 4x 1Gb10Gb SFP+ ports and a Switching Capacity of 136Gbps, this high performance switch is ideal for server aggregation applications, as a departmental switch, or to support Gigabit Ethernet to the desktop for power users. With the added flexibility of supporting both 100Mbps and 1000Mbps SFP Modules plus 1Gb and 10Gb modules in the SFP+ ports this switch can be integrated quickly and easily into your existing networking infrastructure. The SFP slots on the switch support all types of Fast Ethernet, Gigabit and 10 Gigabit SFPSFP+ modules - 1000Base-T copper UTP as well as multimode, singlemode and WDM network connectivity over fibre optic cable - enabling copper or fibre uplinks. With a huge list of Layer 2+, QoS and Security features the AMS series switches are the ideal solution at the edge or aggregation layer of medium to large…

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  5. Alloy Australia POEGE8TV2 Networking Switches

    The POEGE8TV2 is a desktop switch with 8x 101001000Mbps PoE ports, fully compliant to the IEEE 802.3at and af Power over Ethernet standards. All ports are auto sensing, auto MDIX, allowing easy connectivity to your existing switching infrastructure and your PoE Powered Device (PD), such as IP Phones, Wireless Access Points and IP Video Cameras. All ports support up to 18.75W of power, with the switch supporting up to 150 watts total power. The switch is powered by an external power adapter. The POEGE8TV2 is the ideal solution for adding low cost PoE capability to support PoE powered devices on smaller networks. The POEGE8TV2 is a model from the POE-ATS Series of Layer 2 Unmanaged POE+ Power over Ethernet Switches. Key Features •Fanless Design for noise sensitive environments •Up to 30 watts of power supported on each PoE port •Switch supports 150 watts total PoE power for all PoE ports •At full load the POE switch will support 30W on 4 ports, 18.75W on 8 ports or 7.5W on 8 ports…

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  6. UIG Entertainment Animal Life Australia Nintendo DS Game

    In Animal Life Australia you wil take a fascinating journey ino the land of Kangaroos and Koalas. Along your way you will get to learn many interesting facts about the animal kingdom, solve tricky puzzles and play exciting games. The more you learn the more the puzzles and animals you will get to see. Collect all the stars to become a real pro in the field of Australia research.

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  7. Alloy Australia POEGE3T1PD Networking Switches

    The POEGE3T1PD is specialised, IEEE802.3af compliant Gigabit PoE Desktop Switch designed to remedy a common limitation of converged networks supporting both data and VoIP telephone applications. Typically, organisations that have implemented a VoIP telephony system save on cabling costs by 'daisy chaining' a staff members PC from the second port on that workers IP phone - thereby running both IP phone and PC from a single connection to the office network. However - most IP Phones offer only Fast Ethernet ports; if the applications used on the PC require Gigabit bandwidth, the IP phone is imposing a significant bottleneck. The POEGE3T1PD removes this bottleneck. The switch provides a 101001000Mbps Gigabit PoE PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment) port to support the IP Phone, and two standard 101001000Mbps ports, one of which can be used to connect the PC on a 1000Mbps link. The switch itself is a very compact, light device, easily placed on a user's desk. It is powered from a central PoE…

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  8. Alloy Australia AS5152P Networking Switch

    Alloy Australia AS5152P Networking Switch The AS5152-P switch provides IEEE 802.3af and the latest 802.3at ‘PoE+’ Power over Ethernet. With all standalone RJ-45 ports supporting PoE+, devices such as IP Phones and Wireless Access Points can now be connected directly to the network with data and power supplied over a single UTP cable, reducing deployment and maintenance costs and making it much easier to install devices exactly where they are required. With the support of 802.3at PoE+, up to 30 watts of power can be supplied per port, so power hungry devices such as Pan Tilt Zoom IP Security Cameras can be connected directly to the network.

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  9. The world's foremost expert on pricing strategy shows how this mysterious process works and how to maximize value through pricing to company and customer. In all walks of life, we constantly make decisions about whether something is worth our money or our time, or try to convince others to part with their money or their time. Price is the place where value and money meet. From the global release of the latest electronic gadget to the bewildering gyrations of oil futures to markdowns at the bargain store, price is the most powerful and pervasive economic force in our day-to-day lives and one of the least understood. The recipe for successful pricing often sounds like an exotic cocktail, with equal parts psychology, economics, strategy, tools and incentives stirred up together, usually with just enough math to sour the taste. That leads managers to water down the drink with hunches and rules of thumb, or leave out the parts with which they don't feel comfortable. While this makes for a sweeter drink, it often lacks the punch to have an impact on the customer or on the business. It doesn't have to be that way, though, as Hermann Simon illustrates through dozens of stories collected over four decades in the trenches and behind the scenes. A world-renowned speaker on pricing and a trusted advisor to Fortune 500 executives, Simon's lifelong journey has taken him from rural farmers' markets, to a distinguished academic career, to a long second career as an entrepreneur and management consultant to companies large and small throughout the world. Along the way, he has learned from Nobel Prize winners and leading management gurus, and helped countless managers and executives use pricing as a way to create new markets, grow their businesses and gain a sustained competitive advantage. He also learned some tough personal lessons about value, how people perceive it, and how people profit from it. In this engaging and practical narrative, Simon leaves nothing out of the pricing co

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  10. Delivery available Aus-wide, Please use the Postage calculator to check shipping cost. Pickup is available in Melbourne. Please call us on 1300 144 100 during office hours to see pickup location(s) currently available.

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  11. The vast continent of Australia was settled in two main streams, far apart in time and origin. The first came ashore some 50,000 years ago when the islands of Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea were one. The second began to arrive from Europe at the end of the eighteenth century. Each had to come to terms with the land they found, and each had to make sense of the other. The long Aboriginal occupation of Australia witnessed spectacular changes. The rising of the seas isolated the continent and preserved a nomadic way of life, while agriculture was revolutionising other parts of the world. Over millennia, the Aboriginal people mastered the land’s climates, seasons and resources. Traditional Aboriginal life came under threat the moment Europeans crossed the world to plant a new society in an unknown land. That land in turn rewarded, tricked, tantalised and often defeated the new arrivals. The meeting of the two cultures is one of the most difficult and complex meetings in recorded history. In this book Professor Geoffrey Blainey returns first to the subject of his celebrated works on Australian history, Triumph of the Nomads (1975) and A Land Half Won (1980), retelling the story of our history up until 1850 in light of the latest research. He has changed his view about vital aspects of the Indigenous and early British history of this land, and looked at other aspects for the first time. Compelling, groundbreaking and brilliantly readable, The Story of Australia’s People- The Rise and Fall of Ancient Australia is the first instalment of an ambitious two-part work, and the culmination of the lifework of Australia’s most prolific and wide-ranging historian. ‘Absorbing and important … the first volume of an ambitious work on the peopling of this continent from its human origins to our own day…bold, rich, wise, authioritative and questioning.’ Peter Stanley, The Age ‘The Story of Australia’s People- The Rise and Fall of Ancient Australia situates pre-invasion Aboriginal so

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  12. Now on its third edition, Camping around Australiahas become the go-to guide for all recreational campers. And this edition is bigger and better than ever! With over 3200 campsites included across the country, particularly highlighting free and dog-friendly campsites, the problem isn’t finding somewhere to camp – it’s deciding where to camp out of the many great options. Basically the only thing the book doesn’t do is set up your tent for you. All of the campsites and national parks have been completed updated, so you’ll be across everything from Queensland’s compulsory booking system for national parks and Victoria’s new fee scale. So whether you’re an urbanite wanting to get back to nature, a family wanting to spend quality time outdoors, or backpackers wanting to see the real country, there’s no better guide for navigating Australia’s campsites.

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