North Australia

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North Australia:

see Northern TerritoryNorthern Territory,
territory (2016 pop. 228,833), 520,280 sq mi (1,347,525 sq km), N central Australia. It is bounded on the N by the Timor Sea, the Arafura Sea, and the Gulf of Carpentaria. Darwin is the territorial capital.
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My family has been living and working in North Australia for three generations.
Crough, Greg and Christine Christophersen 1993 Aboriginal people in the economy of the Kimberley region, North Australia Research Unit, Australian National University, Darwin.
They're from Indonesia and the tip of North Australia.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Fifteen babies were taken out of a special care nursery in North Australia due to concerns over high formaldehyde gas levels in the environment, local media said on Wednesday.
In 100 million years' time Africa will be pulled apart and North Australia will be at the equator," said Prof.
Hudson] has hinted that Snowy experts should be used in large water resources projects in North Queensland and other parts of North Australia .
Brinsmead, n r Cairns, North Australia, pounds 255,874 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, balconies with views and a swimming pool .
Harvey combines technical excellence with a substantial career as an anthropologically informed field linguist in remote north Australia, specialising in a number of the most complex languages of the Australian phylum.
They form the basis of current emission abatement activities being conducted on Aboriginal lands under the coordination of the North Australia Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance.
How the Government of South Australia convinced Queen Victoria and the British Government of the day to make this gesture of faith is a matter for conjecture, but with it, an area of half a million square miles of unexplored hinterland in north Australia became part of South Australia.
It is thought skipper Des Batten, 56, and Peter and Jim Tunstead, 69 and 63, vanished five days earlier off north Australia in 2007.

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