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  1. Australian science news.
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  2. List of popes.
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  4. A web 2.0 news site for Perth, voted on and contributed by readers.
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  5. Links to world newspapers.
  6. Search for a Justice of the Peace by suburb or by name.
  7. There are better print resources, but this has definitions for a number of Australian slang expressions.
  8. Encyclopedia of urban legends. Quite professional. USA focused.
  9. The Australian Museum is Australia's oldest museum: a museum of natural history and anthropology, its collections cover invertebrate and vertebrate zoology, mineralogy and palaeontology, and anthropology.
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  11. Aggregator and search engine for news.
  12. A huge database of just about every known acronym.
  13. Up-to-date database of constitutions, charters, amendments and other related documents from around the world.
  14. An international business and country studies information portal.
  15. AltaVista Babel Fish provides the online text and web page language translation. You may type in text for a translation.
  16. An encyclopedic reference work cataloging all of the world’s 6,912 known living languages. Find out what languages are spoken in which countries. Includes listing of Australian Aboriginal languages.
  17. "Moody's is the web's best source of free economic data. Users can quickly and easily chart and download economic data."
  18. "The Merck Veterinary Manual (MVM) has served veterinarians and other animal health professionals as a concise and reliable animal health reference for over 45 years. The Merck Veterinary Manual Online is published on a nonprofit basis through a …
  19. Full text of Western Australian legislation.
  20. Free e-books which are no longer copyrighted. Contains the text of 20 000 books. A good source for literary classics, from Shakespeare to James Joyce's Ulysses; as well as ancient texts like the Karma Sutra and the King James Bible.

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