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Prior to completing her PhD on the cultural biography of E. L. Mitchell’s commercial photography of Western Australia’s landscape, industry and Aboriginal peoples, she managed the photograph collections for the State Library in Western Australia.

“Photographs Objects Histories: On the Materiality of Images” by Elizabeth F. Edwards, Gabriel Hanganu, Elizabeth Edwards, Janice Hart, Geoffrey Batchen, Richard Chalfen
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An outstanding organizer, skillful, energetic, well qualified through her educational experience, and well positioned in Melbourne society, she continued to make important contributions to this movement after she had returned to teaching and throughout most Of her retirement.

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She has been involved in almost 30 academic and consultancy research projects in Australia and internationally in the areas of Indigenous tourism, sustainable tourism and climate change, destination policy and planning and knowledge management and governance.

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She regularly speaks at conferences on her areas of research and advertising/marketing communications, and in 2011 was invited to present at TEDx Canberra on her PhD research.

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  • I just wonder if this guy’s father knows his son is doing burnouts with the family car.
    Driver should be more worried about his father than the police if his father gets to watch the performance.

  • @ 7:56, I can see my apartment building!! I love sitting on the balcony and looking at the Nylex tower… Always wanting to go exploring but never got the courage to do it. I’ll live through you haha

  • Yeh you think this virus is worse than people suiciding and people going broke give me a break. You say we are all in this together but nope you media people still making money while the majority of us hurt

  • I love the way bogans reckon there is a science to spinning your tyres until they smoke. Erany idiot can do but most people chose not to because it is dangerous on public roads and costs money! Which is why they do it in other people’s cars I expect. Well that’s what happens when your gene pool gets shallower every day. The country is full of these dickheads. (Stands by for strings of invectives from said brainless bogans.)

  • cool video man! just moved to Melbourne in June and found your channel while looking for evolve board reviews. got my board yesterday. should set up a cruise some time. Also definitely using your abandoned videos as guides.

  • 99.999% chance of survival when you control for relevant variables. COVID IS A CLOAK FOR TYRANNY. Call your local council and premiers and let them have it. The stats are black and white. This is all a lie!

  • Decent burnout for an old Commodore that’s falling to pieces. But a reasonably large intersection in the middle of the day is neither the appropriate time or place for such things.

  • These celebrity prostitutes I pray are also one day rounded up with the journalist prostitutes, the political totalitarian sociopaths and locked up in a cage charged for committing acts of terrorism, crimes against humanity and treason.

  • These so called celebs, need to realise that the ants are waking…how about back the truth you overpaid over worshipped mongrels?? You could all take a leaf out of Isobel lucus’ book and actually do some good in yout lives instead of taking a payday over humanity..disgusting

  • ඔයා ස්බ්ක්‍රයිබ් කරා (707)��එක දාලා ස්බ්ක්‍රයිබ් ඕනී අය මේ පැත්තෙන් එන්න ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ +12 ලයික් එක මගෙන්. මාව ස්බ්ක්‍රයිබ්කලාට Thank You…

  • You’re going to have to forgive the American for forgetting the Aussie slang for a street racer, but he reminds me of that before he goes through the intersection and spins around in circles. (I do know about the recent event in Melbourne, but only through YouTube—I don’t think it made the news up here.)

  • What a tool.. If he saved some of his tires he might get enough money to buy some nice rims instead of those where even the hubcap doesn’t want to stay..

  • And here we have a Craigieburn bogan in their primary habitat. The vehicle having 3 modes; go fast, stop, burnout. The local police do well on the weekend at local car washing facilites when Boganus Craigieburnus takes to the road deploying stolen rims with all their thinking capacity to rub them into the road like a large spirograph.

  • Epic vid! Ive never been to Nylex so it was so cool to see your experience. Ive been putting it off for so long but when schools over i definitely want to check it out. The music went well. EPIC VLOG!

  • the dumbass doesn’t realise that now his tires are fucked and he has to go fork out 800 bucks for some new ones. I live in craigieburn and you should see the amount of dumb fuck drivers here.

  • When I get my new car, I’m keeping my old one for when I’m driving around town on non-business. Just so if I ever came across a muppet like this, I’d just use my car to block him, and bugger the damage to my old POS. I wonder if anyone bothered to phone this in to the cops?

  • These people are the reason I cop shit for having a slightly modified Holden and have my P’s thank you ma’am or sir who ever you are driver you really are making others lives difficult

  • What an idiot! I would think that performing a burnout would be ok on a dragstrip, or on a race track, but not on a public thoroughfare like this, where someone could get hurt.

  • Just reading the comments, a lot of wannabe police lol, its just a burnout!!! and you people are carrying on like he shot someone to death, gee your lives must be so boring, yes sir no sir, work commute die sir is the code you live by! where do I vote, so I can make a change lolololololol this is the kind of mentality I am surrounded by, think I will go and do a burnout, for all you miserable people, have a nice day, not one recorded burnout in the history of cars has anyone died!

  • When you purchase a car (or motorcycle), you are buying a killing machine. EVERYBODY who purchases one should know that. Same as a gun or a knife. We should drive the best we can and keep in mind those around us, both in cars and pedestrians. What this a**hole did was not cool, nor impressive. Do it off the street and away from people…well, except for your friends who will cheer you on until you accidentally kill one of them.

  • No number plates and no respect, especially in light of recent events. There’s a time and place for having fun in a car and it certainly wasn’t there and then. Wouldn’t be surprised if it was a stolen car.

  • We evolved from the primordial goop, to have intelligence, science, art, etc and yet here we are. The lowest common denominator reducing the total ability of the human species.

  • Did anyone inform the police and did the police actually do anything? Last time I reported an idiot who nearly killed a bunch of pedestrians the cop said “It’s only your side of the story”. Couldn’t have given a rat’s.

  • Hope 000 was called, the guy is an immediate danger to the public, this isn’t just something you report to Crimestoppers for them to file away a report on 3 weeks later

  • I have driven past here so many times and always wandered if you could get up top, I may have to go before they drop it.
    Good video thank you.

  • 200 Hilux’s at the lights and not one prepared to ram him. I suppose the plates were stolen too! Pfft! I don’t get it. A burnout requires no skill as a driver. It’s not clever, it’s not smart, it wears out your tyres and destroys clutches and engines. But then again it’s never their car is it.

  • haha, use celebrities to convince us this scam is real…..I’m not sure if you have realized but most aussie celebrities are complete morons, That magda is only relevant because she makes ads for uber eats…How is that thing still called a celebrity?..like trying to make out she is famous or something? Actors just read a script that’s it…they pretend they are who they are not…that is their job…in other words professional liars

  • Note to anyone that is planning to explore this in late 2018. It is possible to walk across the bridge and gain access now as the bars and reinforced doors have been ripped off. Another note security is really on to this now especially since the fire and there Monday to Friday sometimes even on weekends.

  • If you look like you don’t want to be seen….you will be. Do what I do, buy yourself a High Vis vest, some work pants and inexpensive workboots. Do it in plain sight and it works every single time.

  • I don’t really understand burnouts. I love powerful cars, and I love the feeling of fast acceleration, but that requires grip not spinning tyres.

  • If you had of made it to where you made it in this video the first time you tried, that door would of been unlocked and you would of been in

  • I find it disturbing that it’s an almost identical car to the one that the mad man drove into bourke street mall just a few weeks ago killing those people.

  • i was traveling north when i saw this and my thoughts went back to what happened in the cbd. but what a dickhead it could of ended up a lot worse then it did.

  • I would be so hype to come with, I go no way of getting to abandon buildings hahah! me and my mate wannna go so bad, she has been looking up great places but we just cant find a time too