Armidale


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Armidale

a town in Australia, in NE New South Wales: a centre for tourism. Pop.: 20 271 (2001)
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At Armidale Rural Referral Hospital the NSWNMA branch passed a resolution calling on management to immediately rectify workload issues.
The three-day Armidale Convention began on 19 April 1921, and was attended by 233 people who represented 116 northern towns and 124 New State leagues, as well as movements from the Riverina, Queensland and Western Australia.
The Armidale Express ran five sports-related Knockout stories, including games results and coverage of the Aboriginal sports 'stars' in town (Armidale Express, 5 October 1981, pp.
Pender (English and theatre studies, University of New England, Armidale, Australia) and Lever (English, University of New South Wales) provide an overview of Enright's life and work.
Danielle's dad Barry, from Armidale, New South Wales, said: "It's nothing short of a miracle.
The Armidale School is a day and boarding school for boys in the northern tablelands of New South Wales.
In Sydney no specific provision had as yet been made as to where the Brothers would commence their mission, whereas in Armidale there was an empty school complex.
of New England, Armidale, New South Wales) presents a comprehensive account of the biology and behavior of one of Australia's best-loved icons.
The investigation was approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of the University of New England, Armidale, NSW, Australia.
Armidale Stud, consignor of the sale-topping filly, was also responsible for the second highest priced yearling.