Cluster Three, which has features of 'welfare-led' migration, including high unemployment and unemployed in-migrants, is primarily made up of urban centres such as Castlemaine, Moe, Benalla
They arranged for pro-internal advocates to meet with Howard in Benalla
during the election campaign.
Sales continued from that time in Sydney, Melbourne and other locations such as Portland Bay and Benalla
Phil, my boyfriend, has lived in the UK now for two and a half years, but hails from a small town called Benalla
, near Melbourne.
On the morning of 18 October, the battalion was awoken early, breakfasted, marched to the Broadmeadows Railway Station and by 9 am commenced boarding troopship A24 SS Benalla
at Port Melbourne.
Paul Fox, and Jennifer Phipps, Sweet damper and gossip: colonial sightings from the Goulburn and North-east, Benalla
Art Gallery, 1994
While native title claims exist on almost all major freeways in Victoria, there has been none along the Victorian corridor of the Hume--with the exception of the unsuccessful Yorta Yorta claim, which included sections of the freeway from Euroa to outside Benalla
The gang patrolled a stretch of bush hundreds of miles wide, centring on the towns of Greta, Benalla
And the former Tennis World prodigy won six matches as a qualifier before Lisa McShea toppled her at the final hurdle in the $10,000 Benalla
For example, munitions factories at Maribyrnong and Footscray in Melbourne, and St Marys in Sydney, were closed and replaced by a new modern factory near Benalla
in rural Victoria.
A NATIVE Australian, I grew up in Benalla
, North East Victoria, just 20 miles from the family- owned Brown Brothers Winery in Milawa, where I ended up working.
Ned Kelly's knowledge of, and connection to, the country around which he grew up and lived, centred on the King River Valley, extending from Mansfield in the south to Benalla
in the north, with the Strathbogie Ranges marking the western border and the Great Dividing Range the eastern.