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  1. Ubisoft South Park The Fractured But Whole PC Game

    Become the New Kid once more in the sequel to the award winning ‘The Stick of Truth’; South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Discover the secrets of the hidden criminal underworld of South Park along with South Park favourites Stan, Kenny, Cartman, and Kyle in this new wild and hilarious South Park RPG.

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  1. It’s time for children to get creative with Lonely Planet Kids’ Sticker World – Theme Park. From designing death-defying roller coasters to choosing what sweets are sold and picking the park’s mascot, kids can build the theme park of their dreams in this fun and interactive book. As chief planner, architect and builder, they can add colourful stickers and drawings to each page and bring their construction to life. Inside, kids can: Design a map so people don’t get lost Build roller coasters and add loop-the-loops Draw their own Ferris wheel and get it spinning Dress log flume riders in waterproof ponchos Use felt tips to decorate carousel horses Entertain visitors with Wild West shows Spook everyone with a scary haunted house Colour-in a swashbuckling pirate ship Create an ice cream and lolly stall Treat their visitors to a tea cup ride About Lonely Planet Kids: Come explore! Let’s start an adventure. Lonely Planet Kids excites and educates children about the amazing world around them. Combining astonishing facts, quirky humour and eye-catching imagery, we ignite their curiosity and encourage them to discover more about our planet. Every book draws on our huge team of global experts to help share our continual fascination with what makes the world such a diverse and magnificent place – inspiring children at home and in school.

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  2. Sustainable Planning in Queensland provides a complete introduction to planning law in Queensland. It describes and explains the main features of Queensland’s principal planning statute, the Sustainable Planning Act, 2009, and brings the features of this highly technical statute to life with a variety of case studies drawn from planning documents and legal sources. Particular coverage is given to regional planning and the impacts of Queensland’s rapid population growth whilst the perennial issues for planning – how to drive efficiency, accountability and integration – are also explored in the context of the new Act. In addition, a contribution from his Honour, Judge Michael Rackemann, provides an insightful analysis of the Planning and Environment Court.Sustainable Planning in Queensland sets out to describe and comment on the operation of planning law in Queensland at the start of the 21st century. In terms of population growth, urban and regional development, Queensland is now Australia’s fastest growing State. This definitive trend makes a clear understanding of Queensland’s planning system – including its legal framework and main policy directions – a desirable goal for students, practitioners, interested on lookers and concerned residents – in fact, for anyone who cares about the form and implications of Queensland’s ongoing urban development.Sustainable Planning in Queensland, the successor to Integrated Planning in Queensland, is designed to enlighten this audience, offering a clear account of some basic principles but also inviting the reader to question, challenge and probe further into an area of law that is actively shaping the future face of Queensland.

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  3. The definitive guide to Queensland Fish species and how to catch them. Containing accurate fish illustrations, descriptions, and diagrams of the best rigs to catch each fish, this book is an invaluable reference for any angler, fresh or saltwater wanting to identify their catch.

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  4. Evidence Law in Queensland 11th Edition provides practitioners and students alike with reliable, up-to-date and comprehensive commentary on the Evidence Act 1977 (Qld). John Forbes has applied his expertise in ten previous editions and once again delivers an authoritative resource for practitioners, law enforcement professionals and students. The 11th Edition incorporates fresh analysis of legislative and case law developments, including: Amendment to the Evidence Act by the Criminal Law (Domestic Violence) Amendment Act 2015, expanding the class of `special witnesses’ to include alleged victims of domestic violence; The addition of more than 120 cases; The High Court’s statement in Fitzgerald v The Queen (2015) that the possibility of `secondary transfer’ of DNA may raise a reasonable doubt; Court of Appeal’s ruling in R v Cowan (2015) that a confession secured by an undercover police officer who was not perceived as a “person in authority” may be received in evidence; Ruling in R v Reed (2014) that `relationship’ evidence, as circumstantial evidence, does not itself have to be proved beyond reasonable doubt; Decision in R v N (2015) that results of searches and seizures made without a warrant are not immune from exclusion per the Bunning v Cross doctrine; Requirement in Downes v Maxwell Richard Rhys & Co Pty Ltd (in liq) (2014) that an explanation of the difference between submissions and evidence be provided to unrepresented parties; and Ruling in R v SCJ; Ex parte Attorney-General (Qld) (2015) that a statement by a child witness not competent to give evidence may be admissible under section 93B. Evidence Law in Queensland 11th Edition renews this title’s well-earned reputation for providing essential guidance to the law and practice of evidence in Queensland.

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  5. A History of Queensland is the first single volume analysis of Queensland’s past, stretching from the time of earliest human habitation up to the present. It encompasses pre-contact Aboriginal history, the years of convictism, free settlement and subsequent urban and rural growth. It takes the reader through the tumultuous frontier and Federation years, the World Wars, the Cold War, the controversial Bjelke-Petersen era and on, beyond the beginning of the new millennium. It reveals Queensland as a sprawling, harsh, diverse and conflictual place, where the struggles of race, ethnicity, class, generation and gender have been particularly pronounced, and political and environmental encounters have remained intense. It is a colourful, surprising and at times disturbing saga, a perplexing and diverting mixture of ferocity, endurance and optimism.

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  6. Queensland Criminal Law 4th Edition offers fresh and critical perspectives on many issues of contemporary criminal justice in Queensland and presents old problems in new and comparative contexts. The book seeks to raise many questions about criminal law, rather than provide definitive answers and readers of this book are invited to critically reflect on their relationship to the criminal law as citizens, as students, as practitioners, and perhaps, as potential subjects of its sanctions. Updated with contemporary cases and current legislation, the fourth edition facilitates the study of the criminal law in Queensland; by exploring and analysing the general principles and specific offences under Queensland’s criminal law; and drawing comparisons-where relevant-to developments at common law, federal criminal law, and in other jurisdictions. Key featuresCase matrices help students to prepare for and answer exam questions Tables and flowcharts help students to clarify key points and visualise the general principles and specific offences, making complex material more accessibleNew to this editionUpdated with the latest cases, references and legislation

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  7. Flavours of Queensland uncovers the state’s cuisine from north to south. From hidden laneway bars to elusive fine dining restaurants it features beautiful photography, uber chic illustrations by local artist Anna Dance, signature recipes, restaurants and bars – all coming together in this breath-taking adventure discovering the Flavours of Queensland.Highlights – A bright and colourful addition to any coffee table or kitchen- Take a culinary tour of the remarkable restaurants and beautiful bars of Queensland- Signature recipes make re-creating your experience at home a breeze When the sun refuses to shine, immerse yourself in the pages of the Flavours of Queensland, an eye-catching compendium of the state’s culinary hotspots. Featuring profiles of restaurants and bars, recipes from head chefs, fantastic illustrations and full colour photography, it’s the perfect way to learn about the sunny state. Take the coffee table book from the living room to the kitchen with the Flavours of Queensland. Full of fabulous photography and comprehensive venue profiles, this cookbook will do more than just delight the eyes, offering signature recipes that inspire every foodie to whip up delicious dishes. Read about all the best venues in Brisbane, Noosa, the Gold Coast and beyond, before replicating their magic in your kitchen. It’s perfect as a guide for your next weekend away, or as a gorgeous gift.

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  8. This write-in student book is part of a complete handwriting program for Prep to Year 7 students in Queensland. Book 1 is the second of eight books in the Write for Queensland Prep Fourth Edition series and has a fairytales theme that is sure to appeal to Lower Primary students.

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  9. This write-in student book is part of a complete handwriting program for Prep to Year 7 students in Queensland. Books 3 is the fourth of eight books in the Write for Queensland Prep Fourth Edition series and has a circus theme that is sure to appeal to Middle Primary students.

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  10. Award-winning photographer, Steve Parish has captured the spirit of Queensland in hundreds of full colour photographs. This elegant,160-page hardcover book covers Brisbane and the great south east, the Golden Outback, the Coast and Great Barrier Reef, and the Tropical North.

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  11. Carter’s Criminal Law of Queensland is the definitive resource for students, practitioners and anyone else who needs a sound understanding of the criminal law of Queensland. This book has an established reputation as an essential reference. Annotated by Judge M J Shanahan, P E Smith and S Ryan, it is an indispensable resource tool that provides comprehensive analysis and explanation of the provisions and relevant case law for students and practitioners. Its section-based structure and updated index and table of cases provide the reader with simple and quick access to the law. Features* up-to-date legislation* high quality annotations from expert authors * easy navigation through a quick reference directory and tabs Related Titles Burton, LexisNexis Questions & Answers – Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia, 2nd ed, 2015Colvin, McKechnie & O’Leary, Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia, 7th ed, 2015Crofts, LexisNexis Study Guide – Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia, 2nd ed, 2014Devereux & Blake, Kenny Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia, 9th ed, 2016

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  12. Professional Responsibility and Legal Ethics in Queensland offers a proven, practical approach to identifying and resolving ethical issues that may arise in daily legal practice in Queensland. It is an excellent resource for practitioners and students alike who need to navigate relevant legislation and understand legal ethics through accessible, problem-based scenarios. The introduction of the Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules and Barristers’ Rule 2011, and changes to enforcement mechanisms where breaches have occurred, make the Second Edition essential reading for solicitors, barristers and law students in Queensland. Diverse practice structures, the enactment of the new rules, and other legislative developments will affect lawyers’ work and the way they must interact with their clients, with each other and with the court. Providing detailed explanation and analysis of these changes, the authors explain the ethical and regulatory environment for Queensland lawyers as the national legal services market continues to evolve. The book will assist lawyers to plan for successful practice within this new environment, providing: a knowledge of the relevant legislation and statutory instruments, including the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld), the Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules and the Barristers Rule 2011; a new chapter relating to admission as a legal practitioner; an understanding of the potential application of the Australian Consumer law; an understanding of effective management and business administration in the highly regulated legal services market; a knowledge of the policies, procedures and Regulatory Guides of the Legal Services Commission and how it may prosecute conduct matters in the QCAT; an understanding of the rationales which inform the various rules; awareness of the advice and support available to them regarding ethical and professional matters; the development of a personal model for ethical decision-making; and a set of effective personal strategies for ethical and professional problem solving. Professional Responsibility and Legal Ethics in Queensland Second Edition is an invaluable reference for legal professionals, and is also an important resource for law students grappling with questions raised by legal ethics and their application to the workplace.

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  13. Heinemann Queensland Science Project: Biology – A Contextual Approach is written specifically to support the Queensland Biology syllabus. An innovative layout and design makes the textbook easy and stimulating for students to use.

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  14. Principles of Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia, 2nd Edition is a student-focused, approachable textbook designed as a complete course companion for all stages and levels of study. The inclusion of summaries, revision questions and problem questions make it highly useful for students approaching the subject for the first time, or for more advanced students preparing for exams. Updates and developments in the new edition include the following: discussion of a new offence in Queensland, unlawful striking causing death (s 314A, Criminal Code (Qld)); development of the provocation defence for murder as a defence pursuant to s 304(7) (Criminal Code (Qld)). An accused person must prove provocation for murder on the balance of probabilities and the prosecution must negative it beyond reasonable doubt: Strong v Woolworths Ltd; new commentary on “Anti-bikie” legislation in Queensland (Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Act 2013 (Qld)), which came into effect in 2013. The Act provides mandatory sentences for people who commit serious offences as part of their participation in a gang; new case law which holds that it is the role of the judge and not the prosecutor to determine the appropriate sentence and range of sentences: Barbaro v The Queen; Zi-rilli v The Queen; discussion of major developments in the offence of fraud in Queensland: R v Dillon; Ex parte Attorney-General (Qld); and new commentary on attempt liability in Western Australia: Weggers v WA. Until 2014 the Western Australian Court of Appeal had almost settled on a test for determining when conduct was an attempt to commit an offence and not “merely preparatory”. After Weggers, the Court of Appeal abandoned the quest for a general test in this complex area and reverted to a ‘case by case’ approach – requiring even closer scrutiny of the facts and circumstances of each case. Principles of Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia, 2nd Edition is an essential tool for those wishing to learn the principles of criminal law in the Code States of Queensland and Western Australia.

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  15. Land Contracts in Queensland provides a thorough, user-friendly account of the law relating to buying and selling freehold land in Queensland.The authors analyse the substance of the transaction through the medium of the latest standard REIQ Residential, Commercial and Community Titles contracts, and draw on a comprehensive range of court decisions relating to the area. There are chapters covering contract formation including the role of the real estate agent, the disclosure regime for sellers and agents, subject matter, the inclusion of special conditions, risk, completion both through the paper based medium and electronic conveyancing and stamp duty and GST implications.

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  16. Escape to the azure blue waters and golden sunshine of stunning South Stradbroke Island for an idyllic getaway full of fun, luxury and pure relaxation. Choose from Five Spacious Room Types, Perfect for Couples and Big Families Enjoy the Resort’s Many Activities, Including Pools, Kayaking and Tennis Courts, Mini Golf and Stand-Up Paddle Boards Purchase Multiple Vouchers to Extend Your Stay! CHOOSE YOUR PACKAGE When you’re ready to purchase, simply select your preferred accommodation option from the Package Options section at the top of the page. Waterfront Studio (2 people) Located over the Marina or Lagoon, these bright and intimate living quarters boast elegant furnishings and high-quality fittings for ultra-comfy living conditions. Ideal for couples or small families, Waterfront Studios are your gateway to stunning views and divine relaxation. Boardwalk Overwater Studio (2 people) Enjoy beautiful sunset or sunrise views of the Lagoon or Marina from your private balcony, and sink into utter relaxation with a dip in the bath. Boasting an open plan living area, king bed and modern fixtures, you’ll feel utterly blissed out in this home away from home. One Bedroom Waterview Apartment (2 people) Imagine magnificent sunrise or sunset views over the Marina or Lagoon from your private balcony, a separate master bedroom and a spacious, open plan living area with all the great fixtures of the previous rooms. It sounds like absolute bliss. 2 Bedroom Beachfront Lodge (4 people) Wake up to stunning water views from your Beachfront Lodge as as you walk down the steps from your private deck onto the plush white sands of the beach. Ideal for the family or a group of friends, this picturesque lodge boasts two bedrooms with an open plan living area, a full kitchen and a spacious balcony; all the space you’d need for entertaining or escaping. 4 Bedroom Broadwater Villa (8 people) This multi-view villa’s waterfront views creates the ideal environment for larger families or groups of friends wanting a weekend getaway. With a large kitchen, two separate living areas and a huge balcony, you’ll be able to relax, replenish or embark on new adventures. TRAVEL DATES Available for travel between 1 July to 15 September 2018 Book early to secure your preferred dates! HOW TO BOOK Select your preferred package option, click on Add to Cart and follow the payment prompts Once you have completed your purchase, you will be emailed a confirmation and online booking form Complete your booking form as soon as possible to lock in your holiday! For any other assistance or enquiries please contact support@kogantravel.com or call us on 1300 517 210. HIGHLIGHTS Totally recharge at Couran Cove Island Resort, nestled in the picturesque Gold Coast, in your choice fantastic accommodation with dining, pampering and adventure at your doorstep. A perfect retreat for couples and families, Couran Cove Island Resort has a fantastic array of activities to satiate everyone’s desires. The island itself is a tropic oasis, offering rainforest trails and wildlife experiences, while the resort boasts many outdoor activities, including giant chess, a 25 metre lap pool, bike hire, fishing, Virtual Reality world and much, much more. Dive into the tantalizing blue beach waters just moments from your accommodation or enjoy sunbathing by the pool with a cocktail from the Poolside Cafe on Spa Island. To get to the island, you’ll need to hop on the ferry (see the fine print for prices). It’s an awesome chance catch 360 degree views of South Stradbroke’s breathtaking surrounds. Enjoy some of the best wildlife that Queensland has to offer, as the island is home to several types of birds, 17 species of lizard and six species of turtles. Treat your tastebuds to a delicious meal at the Marlin Bar and Bistro or settle-in with a good coffee and book at the Boardwalk Bar and Cafe. Day trips are easy to organise from the reception, including 4WD

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