Remote Australia Online Search

Search here for evidence-based reports and resources about remote Australia

Remote Australia is a vast and complex area. To create opportunity, foster social inclusion and drive economic development in this region, you need a comprehensive knowledge base to drive change.

Remote Australia Online is exactly that. It’s an online platform that delivers authoritative research on topics that impact this region and its people, including education and its pathways, policy, business, social and cultural welfare, infrastructure, communication and natural resource management.

Remote Australia Online is for those who want to delve deeper into the complexities of remote Australia: its intricate and interconnected networks, the geographical, social, cultural and environmental influences, its opportunities, challenges, and to understand just what makes this unique region tick.

4834 Results

Mineral development agreements negotiated by Aboriginal communities in the 1990s

  • Author: O'Faircheallaigh, C.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University
  • Published: 1995

This paper describes and critically examines five resource development agreements signed between mining companies and Aboriginal communities between 1992 and 1994 in the Northern Territory and north Queensland. These include…

Women in agriculture: advocates for a gendered sustainable agriculture

  • Author: Liepins, Ruth
  • Published: 1995

A gendered consideration of rural geography has been barely discernible within Australian and New Zealand literature. The notable exceptions in this case have illustrated the complexity and merit of studying…

Health at the margins: providing services in remote areas and for marginal populations

  • Authors: Fitzpatrick, Judith M., Manderson, Lenore
  • Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Ltd
  • Published: 1995

Health at the margins: providing services in remote areas and for marginal populations

Runoff and runon areas in a patterned chenopod shrubland, arid western New South Wales, Australia: characteristics and origin

  • Authors: Dunkerley, D. L., Brown, K. J.
  • Published: 1995

Strongly developed vegetation banding in desert chenopod shrubland occurs on hillslopes having gradients of as little as 0·5 degrees and displays a stepped microrelief of about 10 cm. Surface runoff…

Sustainability of a successful health and nutrition program in a remote aboriginal community

  • Authors: Lee, A. J., Bonson, A. P., Yarmirr, D., O'Dea, K., Mathews, J. D.
  • Published: 1995

OBJECTIVE: To assess the long term effect of a nutrition program in a remote Aboriginal community (Minjilang). DESIGN: Evaluation of nutritional outcomes over the three years before and the three…

The nurse practitioner project, Wilcannia: moving from anecdotes to evidence

  • Author: Lesley Hills Siegloff
  • Published: 1995

There has been much discussion and debate in the Western world, regarding the idea that some nurses, who are practising in certain contexts, should be recognised as nurse practitioners. The…

The Enigma of Social Sustainability in Rural Australia

  • Author: Smailes, P.
  • Published: 1995

While much previous work has been done on the general concept of ecological sustainability, there is relatively little that examines the likely spatial aspects of a socially sustainable rural system.…

Factors influencing recruitment and retention: why RN's work in rural and remote hospitals

  • Author: Huntley
  • Published: 1995

This study aimed to construct a demographic profile of registered nurses employed in three rural and three remote area hospitals in NSW. The study also identified factors that contributed to…

Remote area nurses: on the cutting edge

  • Authors: Dowd, Toni , Johnson, Sally
  • Published: 1995

Some of the challenges, frustrations and obstacles experienced by remote area nurses (RANs) are discussed. Daily practice is described as on the cutting edge of the law, primary health care…

Are there cultural limits to tourism?

  • Author: Craik, J.
  • Published: 1995

This article poses the question: are there cultural limits to tourism? It argues that tourism is a culture industry in the sense that it markets cultural products to tourists as…

Rural Land Degradation in Australia

  • Authors: Conacher, A., Conacher, J.
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press.
  • Published: 1995

Rural Land Degradation in Australia examines the degradation of Australia's ecosystems, the problems associated with the increasing use of synthetic chemicals, and the direct and underlying causes of land degradation.…

Bushfires & Bushtucker - Aboriginal Plant Use in Central Australia

  • Author: Latz, P.
  • Publisher: IAD Press
  • Published: 1995

Bushfires & Bushtucker - Aboriginal Plant Use in Central Australia

Unresolved healthcare issues in rural and remote Australia: preliminary findings from a national rural health unit survey

  • Authors: David Harvey, Gurpal Sandhu, Roger Strasser
  • Published: 1995

A preliminary analysis of a survey answered by 317 health practitioners with interests in heath in rural and remote Australia is described. The most important unresolved issues in rural health…

'Population Decline in Non-Metropolitan Australia: Impacts and Policy Implications'.

  • Author: McKenzie, F.
  • Published: 1994

Despite the overall growth of the Australian population there are significant levels of population decline in some regions. Depopulation has often been caused by technological and economic change. In some…

Stopping the Rip-Offs: Intellectual Property Protection for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

  • Authors: Australian Attorney-General's Department, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, International Trade Law and Intellectual Property Branch, Australian Cultural Development Office
  • Publisher: Commonwealth Government of Australia
  • Published: 1994

Cultural property -- Protection -- Law and legislation -- Australia. Aboriginal Australians -- Antiquities. Aboriginal Australians -- Material culture. Torres Strait Islanders -- Antiquities. Torres Strait Islanders -- Material culture.…

The mobility status of Indigenous Australians

  • Authors: Taylor, J., Bell, M.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences, Australian National University
  • Published: 1994

This paper provides, for the first time, comparative national parameters of Indigenous population mobility. Using a customised 54 region internal migration matrix from the 1991 Census, preliminary findings are presented…

The relative mobility status of Indigenous Australians: setting the research agenda

  • Authors: Taylor, J., Bell, M.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences, Australian National University
  • Published: 1994

A project under way at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research aims to establish, for the first time, comparative national parameters of Indigenous population mobility with particular reference to…

The housing need of indigenous Australians

  • Author: Jones, R.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences, Australia National University
  • Published: 1994

This monograph presents a rigorous quantitative assessment, against normative criteria, of the housing requirements of Indigenous people, and in doing so makes an important contribution to knowledge about the interrelationship…

Saibai

  • Author: Howie-Willis, I.
  • Publisher: Aboriginal Studies Press
  • Published: 1994

Saibai

Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia

  • Author: David Horton
  • Publisher: Aboriginal Studies Press
  • Published: 1994

This work contains the life stories and photographs of many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have made contributions to their people and their country.

1 ... 235 236 237 238 239 ... 242