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Charles. 1795--1869, English explorer, who led three expeditions (1828--29; 1829; 1844--45) into the Australian interior, discovering the Darling River (1828)
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COLD COMFORTS: All wrapped up for the Iceland challenge are, top row (left to right) Rebecca Williams, David Wall and Chris Hill and bottom, Jackie Ray and Adam Sturt
There had been a heavy fall of snow followed by warm weather, the right conditions for an avalanche," said Mr Sturt.
Some infrastructure works have already been completed and a $25 million upgrade of the Sturt Highway is also underway, including bridge widening, strengthening, barrier upgrades, intersection upgrades, over-taking lanes and shoulder sealing.
These examinations are delivered in partnership with a commercial online testing company as part of the Industry Master's degree at Charles Sturt University (CSU).
We only came up with the idea about a month ago," explained part-owner Wally Sturt.
Dr Jackie Sturt, from Warwick Diabetes Care, said: "The main aim of the conference is unique in that it is placing the focus of diabetes care in the future on enhancing patient expertise, enabling the patient to self manage their own diabetes.
Old was on saddling duty at Exeter but Sturt admitted to backing his horse, returned at 10-1, at double those odds in the morning.
The 14-year-old carried the same blue and white checks of Wally Sturt, the owner of Collier Bay, who likes nothing better than a tilt at the ring.
Halliday earned a degree in Business Administration in 1980 from Charles Sturt University, Australia and a Computer Science diploma in 1981 also from Charles Sturt University in Australia.
An investment of more than $3 million into grain research infrastructure at Charles Sturt University (CSU) will help boost research into crop productivity and weed science.
Pawar (social work and human services, Charles Sturt U.
Warders were jubilant at the news Claudia Sturt, 39, will soon be leaving Belmarsh prison.