NOWRA

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NOWRANational Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association
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"The Nowra officers' capable and swift response to this incident meant the safety and security of the centre was maintained - they did a terrific job."
The northern known limit of Sminthopsis leucopus in the south-east mainland was the Jervis Bay area south of Nowra (King 1980; Atlas of NSW Wildlife) until a 1995 record north-west of Nowra by the author, which extended the known distribution north by about 20 km to the north side of the Shoalhaven River.
This invited paper provides a reflective, personal and scholarly response to Louis Nowra's Bad Dreaming.
On one occasion he put his community's culture on display when he 'figured very prominently' in a 'corroboree' in front of the Jervis Bay Hotel (Shoalhaven Telegraph 1898), at the conclusion of which he made a public speech indicating that further performances were to be given in Nowra. Documented photographs in the Hornshaw Collection also show that he worked as a police tracker in uniform during the 1890s, and was attached to the Nowra Police Station.
The National Library is the privileged custodian of the papers of Louis Nowra (b.1950), held in the Manuscript Collection at MS 10042.
Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems Dec 11-13: "NOWRA Installer Academy,"
And Robert Manne examines two different takes on Aboriginal society, before and after European contact: Swedish writer Sven Lindqvist's tale of his recent travels around Australia, and Louis Nowra's report on the roots of violence among Aborigines.
SYDNEY A Griffin Theater Company presentation of a play in two acts by Louis Nowra. Directed by David Berthold.
The introduction of a coffee machine in the Nowra Library in September was welcomed by many of our users.
Australia provisionally accepted the first of its planned 11 Super Seasprite helicopters for testing, evaluation, and training onboard HMAS Albatross in Nowra on the October 18.
As the dust moved over more than 600 miles towards the coast today, it hit the towns of Dubbo, Orange, Nowra and finally parts of Sydney, depositing a fine layer of red powder along with a light smattering of rain on Australia's most populous city.
In this section, I take up Moreton-Robinson's argument that white race privilege produces (racist) knowledge about the Aboriginal 'other.' Discussing the genesis of the Radiance screenplay as authored by Louis Nowra, I demonstrate that race continues to be significant even, and perhaps especially, when it is denied.