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Fri Mar 21 17:16:06 2014 UTClccn-nb20080248860.00Australian Federal Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts0.330.73South of the border91514491Peter_Garrettnb20080248867944513Garrett, Peter, (Activist)Garrett, Peter (Peter Robert)Garrett, Peter Robert, 1953-viaf-231367663Sherry, Anne1954-lccn-n78047788Kirby, M. D.(Michael Donald)1939-lccn-no94026602Sykes, Helenviaf-276022726Stanley, Fiona J.1946-viaf-98178053Samuels, Gordon Jacob1923-lccn-n96032420Frydenberg, Erica1943-lccn-no97003557Informitlccn-n96048068Behrendt, Larissalccn-n85147539Flannery, Tim F.(Tim Fridtjof)1956-spklccn-n79138876Labor Party of AustraliaGarrett, Peter1953-Criticism, interpretation, etcMusicPictorial worksPoetryInterviewsPolitical platformsDocumentary filmsAustraliaLeadershipKirby, M. D.--(Michael Donald),Behrendt, LarissaPolitical scienceRock musicPoliticiansConservatismSocial historyCentral AmericaProtest songsMexicoOrchestral musicAnimalsNew ZealandEcologyNatural areas--ManagementWorld Heritage areasMusiciansAustralian Chamber OrchestraChamber musicBass-baritonesString orchestra musicClimatic changes--Government policyMusic--Instruction and studyMidnight Oil (Musical group)Government policySingersEmployeesEnvironmentalistsPopular musicSymbolism in musicFlannery, Tim F.--(Tim Fridtjof),Environmental policyArtsElectionsUnited StatesDamsCultural propertyAustralia.--ParliamentSocial mediaYouthEducationChamber orchestraAustralian Conservation FoundationKeating, Paul,RelationsVictoria--MelbourneEl SalvadorPeacock, Andrew,195319801984198519871988199019921997200020022003200420062007200820092010201310054450324.29407092JQ4011ocn762016847ocn762019585ocn659239175ocn659234846ocn659244589ocn269420339751ocn829933939book20130.19Latham, MarkNot dead yet : Labor's post-left futureQuarterly Essay presents significant contributions to the general debate. Each issue contains a single essay written at a length of about 25,000 words followed by correspondence on previous essays601ocn018532035book19870.28Garrett, PeterPolitical blues301ocn154724697book20000.20Leunig, MichaelLeunig's Carnival of the animalsPoetryMusicPictorial worksThe recording, by the Australian Chamber Orchestra directed by Richard Tognetti, of Saint-Saens'Carnival of the animals, narrated by Peter Garrett, with a picture book of the new verses written and illustrated by Michael Leunig+-+4525647825324222ocn671955055book20100.47Ningaloo Caost strategic management framework"The Ningaloo Coast strategic management framework ... is a key part of the co-operative management by two governments to protect, conserve and present the Ningaloo Coast. It recognises the important role existing statutory regimes have in protecting all parts of the Ningaloo Coast and defines strategies for developing a common appreciation and protection of their World Heritage values across the community."--P. 1121ocn156748847visu20030.24Australian Chamber OrchestraMusical renegadesInterviewsDocumentary filmsDocumentary exploring a year in the life of the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Prominent guest artists include Pieter Wispelwey, Genevieve Lacey, and New Zealanders Teddy Tahu Rhodes, and Neil Finn101ocn406990407book20090.27AustraliaBudget : climate change43ocn459295191rcrd19920.17Midnight Oil (Musical group)Scream in blue live31ocn680238253comAustralian Federal Minister for School EducationSite includes media releases, speeches and transcripts31ocn680253336comAustralian Federal Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the ArtsSite includes media releases, speeches and transcripts31ocn224103802com2004[2004 Australian federal election campaign- political party and candidate web sites - New South Wales Internet Sites]This collection contains the web sites (New South Wales) of political parties and candidates for the 2004 Australian federal election campaign22ocn762019585rcrd19850.47Artists United Against ApartheidSun city Not so far away : dub versionMusic22ocn762016847rcrd1985Artists United Against ApartheidSun city Not so for away21ocn646066111visu19870.73South of the borderCriticism, interpretation, etcThe music of 5 central American countries (Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras & Nicaragua) is used to chronicle the struggle between repression & revolution. Contains interviews12ocn847746411rcrd20000.47Saint-Sae╠łns, CamilleCarnival of the animalsMusic11ocn153126086visu20070.47Peter GarrettPolitical platformsInterview with Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Environment, Heritage and the Arts, Peter Garrett. Re Labor's proposed delegation to China to reduce greenhouse emissions; establishment of Nicholas Stern-type review to look at impact of climate change on Australia; Labor's forestry policy11ocn740391927rcrd1992Moginie, JimSometimes11ocn659239175rcrd1985Sun city artists united against apartheid11ocn082148193visu20060.47Garrett, PeterIN the eye of the storm prospects for reconciliationPolitical platformsPeter Garrett, Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Reconciliation and the Arts, discusses the history and future of Aboriginal reconciliation and outlines the Australian Labor Party's policies for the Arts. Followed by questions from the floor11ocn271866501rcrd2008Flannery, Tim FClimate change an update to July 2008 : the nineteenth lecture in the Kenneth Myer series organised by the Friends of the National Library of Australia and presented by Tim Flannery on July 15, 200811ocn222097798book2006Garrett, PeterFederal Labor arts policy : discussion paperPolitical platforms7451ocn568202882file20060.37Sykes, HelenThe Australian leadership reader six leading Australians and their storiesBiographyCase studiesOf interest to ages 15 years and up and especially appropriate for use in Australian secondary and undergraduate studies, this unique book does not try to define leadership, but instead encourages the reader to fulfil that task themselves through a series31ocn830495751intGarrett rejects Traveston DamInterviewsThe website of ABC news for November 11, 2009 contains a transcript of the breaking news about the federal rejection of the Traveston Crossing Dam together with other transcripts and news and audio clips11ocn224720018visu1985Bowers, Michael[Peter and Paul, Peter Garrett and Paul Keating in front of an artwork 1985?]PhotographsPortraits11ocn298987182com2008Cooper, SamuelProfessor Tim Flannery, Jan Fullerton and the Honourable Peter Garrett at a reception following the 2008 Kenneth Myer Lecture "Climate change: an update to July 2008" presented by Tim Flannery at the National Library of Australia, Canberra, 15 July 2008Portraits11ocn298988383com2008Cooper, SamuelBaillieu Myer, Professor Tim Flannery, the Honourable Peter Garrett and Sarah Myer at a reception following the 2008 Kenneth Myer Lecture "Climate change: an update to July 2008" presented by Tim Flannery at the National Library of Australia, Canberra, 15 July 2008Portraits11ocn223261944visu1984Pryor, Geoff[Bob Hawke, Bill Hayden and peace talks, Andrew Peacock, Malcolm Fraser, Peter Garrett, Kim Hughes, Paul Keating]Caricatures and cartoons11ocn222286016visu1980Alzner, SusanPortrait of Peter Garrett [of musical group) Midnight OilPortraits11ocn687331239com2009Philbey, MartinMartin Rotsey, lead guitarist Peter Garrett, lead singer and Rob Hirst on drums of Midnight Oil performing on stage at the Sound Relief Bushfire Benefit concert at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Victoria, 14 March 2009PhotographsPortraits11ocn224513603visu1997Kelly, NathanPortrait of Peter Garrett, lead singer of Midnight Oil, taken in his office in Sydney, 1997Portraits11ocn222971770rcrd2002Garrett, PeterInterview with Peter Garrett, songwriter, singer & environmentalistInterviewsGarrett, a Law graduate & former lead singer of the rock band Midnight Oil which expressed the band's political conscience through the lyrics of it's music. He recalls his family's background, his parents having an active interest in political and social issues; graduating with a B.A. in Law 1977 from the Australian National University (A.N.U.), Canberra; his interest in music while at A.N.U.; his first tour with Midnight Oil in Dec. 1977. Garrett speaks about the source of material for their music being life experiences they had witnessed through touring Australia. He recalls some of the band's more interesting experiences & concerts, eg Sydney Olympic 2000 performance. Garrett speaks about the band's unique style of music, the political & environmental focus of their songwriting11ocn298917002com2008Cooper, SamuelPhotographs of the 2008 Kenneth Myer Lecture "Climate change: an update to July 2008" presented by Tim Flannery at the National Library of Australia, Canberra, 15 July 2008PhotographsPortraits11ocn706655431visu2004O'Neill, WardParliamentary disasters, 2004Caricatures and cartoonsMalcolm Turnbull and Peter Garret standing in Parliament House corridor with John Olsen's Sydney Harbour painting on wall. Turnbull's rolled up rug and sign underneath painting that reads: "Great Parliamentary disasters diorama"11ocn687663016com2009Philbey, MartinPeter Garrett, lead singer of Midnight Oil performing on stage at the Sound Relief Bushfire Benefit concert at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Victoria, 14 March 2009PhotographsPortraits11ocn223243867rcrd2000Garrett, PeterMargaret Throsby program Peter Garrett 27/4/00InterviewsMargaret Throsby talks to Peter Garrett, veteran environmentalist, passionate campaigner for Aboriginal land rights and for the disadvantaged members of society, leader of one of Australia's most successful and political bands, Midnight Oil. His current project is doing the narration for Peter and the Wolf and The Carnival of the Animals for the Australian Chamber Orchestra conducted by Richard Tognetti. He and Michael Leunig wrote new texts, and Leunig has done illustrations to be projected behind the orchestra. Garrett and Throsby discuss the audience for the concerts as compared to those for the Midnight Oil concerts. Garrett is the President of the Australian Conservation Foundation, which he considers to be a constructive, positive organisation. It doesn't agree with uranium mining, or with any mining within national parks. When asked about political ambitions, he doesn't rule out running for office. He also speaks about the justice system (for the wealthy and well-connected) and genetically modified foods11ocn225280128visu20040.47[Current affairs compilation] 7-6-2004 to 28-6-2004 featuring Peter Garrett, Thailand, Iraq, Pakistan, Energy White Paper, PBS]Interviews11ocn298988433com2008Cooper, SamuelMartyn Myer, Professor Tim Flannery, Louise Myer and the Honourable Peter Garrett at a reception following the 2008 Kenneth Myer Lecture "Climate change: an update to July 2008" presented by Tim Flannery at the National Library of Australia, Canberra, 15 July 2008Portraits11ocn223261647visu1984Pryor, Geoff[Nuclear Disarmament Party, Peter Garrett, Bob Hawke, Andrew Peacock, Ian Sinclair, Joh Bjelke-Petersen, Don Chipp]Caricatures and cartoons11ocn298988319com2008Cooper, SamuelThe Honourable Peter Garrett, Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts, at the Kenneth Myer Lecture "Climate change: an update to July 2008" presented by Tim Flannery at the National Library of Australia, Canberra, 15 July 2008Portraits11ocn657333662visuBusacca, LarryMusician Magazine Midnight Oil's Peter Garrett : where the players do the talkingPostersPoster of photograph depicting Peter Garrett in hat and made resplendent in a collage of cut-out colour was the Magazine's cover and cover has been made into a poster. (The poster was used as decoration at the Australian stand at the New Music Seminar, New York in 1990)+-+4525647825324+-+4525647825324Fri Mar 21 15:54:08 EDT 2014batch21501