The senator [Senator Fierravanti-Wells], who has more than 30 years’ experience working with multicultural groups and has close links to the Muslim community, said the government needed to build a relationship of trust with communities at risk.— Cameron Stewart and Sarah Martin, The Australian, October 2 It is 1885 and an exciting period for Australia. The flow of foreign capital into the colonies is strong, Hugh Victor McKay patents the stripper-harvester, Sheet Anchor wins the Melbourne Cup and the Richmond Football Club is formed. Internationally the situation is less certain. A New South Wales contingent of infantry and artillery is…
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