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The agreement was signed in a ceremony at the main headquarters of the LU in the Beirut neighborhood of Mathaf, and was attended by university President Adnan Sayyed Hussein, the Australian ambassador to Lebanon, Lex Bartlem, and the University of Canberra's international relations officer Adam Hadeed.
His third marriage saw another five offspring, the family then often having to cope with his long absences and relocations to distant Deniliquin, Wagga, Hay and then finally Canberra as he pursued his career.
"It's a more spacious office, filled with natural light and with beautiful views of some of Canberra's mountains," says Murray, who has been a chiropractor in Canberra for over 25 years.
Hasan Ansari, Head of the Consular Section, other heads of departments of the embassy, the Chairman of the Saudi students club in Canberra and a number of Saudi students on scholarships in Australia.
Rupert Murdoch's decision to start a national newspaper in 1964 in Canberra, then a city with a population of only 80,000 people, was a gamble--or, as the paper's first editor, Maxwell Newton (1989: 4), described it, 'a wild idea'.
Subsequent to the above exchange, Shibata was invited by Anita McIntyre (then President of Strathnairn Arts Association) to come to Australia, in 2006, for a three-month residency at this rural arts community in Canberra. He accepted this offer and found the experience to be an extremely worthwhile one.
Prince Harry first visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra before reporting to duty at the Royal Military College.
Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, 240pp, ISBN 9781922059901 (pbk)
The CORC was founded in 1979 to allow Canberra people to compete in ocean races, which the Club did successfully for four years with the yachts Mercedes /Vand Nadia IV.
Guinness World Records on Friday confirmed that the 75 miles of multicolored wire strung in the shape of three interconnected giant, wrapped Christmas gifts in a downtown Canberra mall was the largest ever image made of LED lights.
SYDNEY: Visitors who have been convicted of violence against women and children will be kicked out or barred from entering Australia, Immigration Minister David Coleman said Sunday, as Canberra steps up its crackdown on foreign criminals.The new laws, which came into force Thursday, build on existing legislation requiring visitor visas to be cancelled if the holder has been sentenced to 12 months or more in jail.
This was highlighted at an event organized by Pakistan High Commission in Australia in collaboration with Bazm-e-Adab Canberra late Monday to commemorate the 141st birth anniversary of the Poet of the East Dr Allama Mohammad Iqbal, says a message received here from Canberra, Australia.
SYDNEY * Laws requiring Catholic priests to break the seal of confession in some cases passed the Australian Capital Territory's Legislative Assembly in Canberra June 7.
CANBERRA, Australia -- The Australian soccer team competing at the World Cup is called the Socceroos.