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There, below the statutory charge of pounds 2, was the phrase G'day.
G'Day LA: Australia Week 2006 was produced by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Austrade, Tourism Australia and Qantas Airways in conjunction with State Governments and key private sector sponsors.
We are truly honored to receive G'Day USA's Award for Innovation because it speaks to the heart of what we're trying to achieve.
For over a decade, the highly-anticipated G'Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala has honored prominent Australians from film, television, music, sports and culture for their individual contribution to the US-Australia relationship.
He picked up the Australian Icon prize at the G'Day USA Awards.
Paul Hogan, 73, posed with wife and Dundee co-star Linda Kozlowski and also picked up the Australian Icon prize at the G'Day USA Awards.
Caught the eye on debut when a staying on third behind G'day Mate and Desert Abbey in good-class event at Tipperary.
Not only do they say G'day and mate, but they also create mateship.
ADELANTO - A G'day from the JetHawks' new starting pitcher with some help from the bullpen was what they needed Saturday to overcome another weak offensive output.
The outback hero who conquered New York with a grin, G'Day and a big knife in 1986 now takes on the bad guys of Tinseltown,' says a studio aide.
LOS ANGELES -- Australians Guy Pearce, Air Supply and Luc Longley will be honored at the 9th annual G'Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala on January 14, 2012, the signature event of the 3-week G'Day USA Australia Week program.
G'DAY AT YORK Ortensia and Will Buick (right) beat Spirit Quartz (red colours) and Hamish McGonagall s
At Saturday's G'Day USA event at the Hollywood Palladium, Preston also revealed that Travolta sings "all the time" to their brand-new baby boy.
0) Produced creditable placed efforts before and since wide margin win at Clonmel and ran second to G'Day Mate here last time.
Neighbours in Melbourne have told of their "amazement" at the "pleasant guy who always said G'day but kept himself to himself".