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I apologise for the delay in submitting your deviation(s), I have been having on going computer troubles lately and things in the real world havn't been going so well. At the moment I will answer and reply to notes daily and submit as many as your deviation(s) as possible on the weekends, or when I have access to another computer. I apologise for the inconvience and general slowness of the club.
We have received no entries for this round of the PV Challenge
"22, 500". This round will be skipped. Goodluck for the next round "23, 000".
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Australia Day Feature:
"Australia Day, also known as Anniversary Day and Foundation Day, is the official national day of Australia. Celebrated annually on 26 January, the day commemorates the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788, the unfurling of the British flag at Sydney Cove and the proclamation of British sovereignty over the eastern seaboard of Australia.
Australia Day is an official public holiday in every state and territory of Australia, and is marked by the Order of Australia and Australian of the Year awards, along with an address from the Prime Minister.
Records of the celebration of Australia Day date back to 1808, with Governor Lachlan Macquarie having held the first official celebration of Australia Day in 1818. In 2004, an estimated 7.5 million people attended Australia Day celebrations and functions across the country.
Australia Day is seen as controversial by some historians. Alongside proposals to change the date of Australia Day, there have been significant protests from the Indigenous Australian community. Many Indigenous Australians see Australia Day as a celebration of the destruction of Indigenous culture by British colonialism. Since 1988, "Invasion Day" protests have been held supporting this view. In light of these concerns, proposals to change the date of Australia Day to other dates have been made."
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