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Old May 24th, 2009, 06:13 AM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
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Default Australia Skilled Employment, Multiculturalism, Rogue Colleges &Racist Attacks

Singer breaks down the barriers GEOFFREY Gurrumul Yunupingu's music is
a far cry from the tribal dancing and didgeridoo playing of his former
band Yothu Yindi. But his gentle folk songs, sung in the native
languages of his Yolngu clan, have had a spellbinding effect on
British music fans. BBC's Radio 2 was inundated with queries from
listeners hypnotised by his voice when it played his music last week.
His shows received standing ovations and rave reviews.
http://fddp.theage.com.au/news/enter...498922893.html

Ranks of skilled jobless swell, but not all sectors. The top 10
occupations where skills shortages persist a Chefs, Metal
tradespeople, Hairdressers, Health professionals, Food professionals,
Science professionals, Computing professionals, Wood trades. Among
the professional sectors affected by the downturn are accountants
auditors, marketing and advertising, and construction. Skills
shortages will be with us yet again....
http://www.livenews.com.au/news/skil...09/5/18/206853

Death of a leader of cultural revolution Jerzy Zubrzycki PROMINENT
Catholic intellectual and father of Australian multiculturalism Jerzy
Zubrzycki has died. He was 89. Polish-born Professor Zubrzycki was
the founding professor of sociology at the Australian National
University and is credited with helping to steer Australia towards
multiculturalist settlement policies (for migrants) rather than the
assimilationist approach that dominated until the 1970s.
http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au...-12332,00.html

Our schools for scandal Spring Street (Victorian Parliament) this
week bowed to pressure to crack down on rogue training colleges, but
how did Australia arrive at a situation where countless overseas
students are being fleeced by offshore agents and unscrupulous local
private college operators? http://www.theage.com.au/national/ou...0522-bic6.html

Stop hesitating, Indians are being targeted. The police need to
acknowledge and loudly condemn racially targeted attacks on Indian
international students. SOURABH Sharma, an Indian international
student, was travelling home on the train after a shift at KFC when he
was brutally bashed and robbed by six people.
http://www.theage.com.au/opinion/sto...0521-bh2r.html

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