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Suzanne Fane
It's not about making a living, it's about making a life.
It's not about making a living, it's about making a life.
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#centenaryofcanberra  

12 March 2013
100th birthday of Canberra, national capital city of Australia

♫    Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday dear Canberra,
Happy birthday to you !!!     ♫

Wikipedia extract:
On 12 March 1913, the city was officially given its name by Lady Denman, the wife of Governor-General Lord Denman, at a ceremony at Kurrajong Hill, which has since become Capital Hill and the site of the present Parliament House.

http://www.oneverybigday.com.au/
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/canberra-centenary/big-birthday-bash-goes-like-clockwork-20130311-2fw3k.html
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-03-11/canberra-celebrates-one-very-big-day/4566130?section=act
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Added photos to My place 12.12.12..
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Wednesday 12 December 2012    my very special day
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A major significant event is happening in approx 6 hours' time - the landing of Curiosity on planet Mars (Canberra time approx 3.30pm Monday 6 August 2012).

Nasa:  "The arrival of the Curiosity rover on Mars may well be the biggest, boldest extraterrestrial landing for NASA since Apollo 11 settled down on the moon on a summer's night in 1969."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_Science_Laboratory 
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We're hours from landing the Curiosity rover on Mars. Here's the latest update: http://go.nasa.gov/OSH2WV Will you be watching #MSL tonight?
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Fact: Cape Leeuwin in Western Australia is Australia’s most southwesterly mainland point and the only place in the world where you can watch the Southern and Indian Oceans collide.
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Thanks to +Australia for this afternoon's post re:
Cape Leeuwin in Western Australia is Australia’s most southwesterly mainland point and the only place in the world where you can watch the Southern and Indian Oceans collide.

Here are my 15 Dec 1984 photos.
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