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AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
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August 29, 2017
A damaged fence can be seen in a paddock near electricity poles on the outskirts of Bourke in outback...
Bourke, Australia
A damaged fence can be seen in a paddock near electricity poles on the outskirts of Bourke in outback...
A damaged fence can be seen in a paddock near electricity poles on the outskirts of Bourke in outback Australia, August 9, 2017. Picture taken August 9, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
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August 28, 2017
A worker uses a hook to drag a dead emu thats was killed by traffic on the highway between the towns...
Bourke, Australia
A worker uses a hook to drag a dead emu thats was killed by traffic on the highway between the towns...
A worker uses a hook to drag a dead emu thats was killed by traffic on the highway between the towns of Bourke and Enngonia in outback Australia, August 10, 2017. Picture taken August 10, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
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August 28, 2017
A worker uses a hook to drag a dead emu thats was killed by traffic on the highway between the towns...
Bourke, Australia
A worker uses a hook to drag a dead emu thats was killed by traffic on the highway between the towns...
A worker uses a hook to drag a dead emu thats was killed by traffic on the highway between the towns of Bourke and Enngonia in outback Australia, August 10, 2017. Picture taken August 10, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
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August 28, 2017
The remains of an emu can be seen near a worker as he uses a hook to drag a dead kangaroo, both which...
Bourke, Australia
The remains of an emu can be seen near a worker as he uses a hook to drag a dead kangaroo, both which...
The remains of an emu can be seen near a worker as he uses a hook to drag a dead kangaroo, both which were killed by traffic, off a highway between the towns of Bourke and Enngonia in outback Australia, August 10, 2017. Picture taken August 10, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
RTX3DR2K
August 28, 2017
A native Australian bird known as an Emu walks across the highway between the towns of Bourke and Enngonia...
Bourke, Australia
A native Australian bird known as an Emu walks across the highway between the towns of Bourke and Enngonia...
A native Australian bird known as an Emu walks across the highway between the towns of Bourke and Enngonia in outback Australia, August 10, 2017. Picture taken August 10, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
RTX3DR2J
August 28, 2017
A kangaroo stands on a disused railway line located on the outskirts of Bourke in outback Australia,...
Bourke, Australia
A kangaroo stands on a disused railway line located on the outskirts of Bourke in outback Australia
A kangaroo stands on a disused railway line located on the outskirts of Bourke in outback Australia, August 9, 2017. Picture taken August 9, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-PETROLPUMPS/
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August 22, 2017
An old petrol pump can be seen outside a mechanic's shed in the north-western New South Wales town of...
Bourke, Australia
An old petrol pump can be seen outside a mechanic's shed in the north-western New South Wales town of...
An old petrol pump can be seen outside a mechanic's shed in the north-western New South Wales town of Bourke in Australia, August 9, 2017. Picture taken August 9, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/INFRASTRUCTURE
RTSK6IO
July 29, 2016
A bitumen road is seen near the western New South Wales outback town of Bourke, Australia, June 23, 2016....
Bourke, Australia
A bitumen road is seen near the western New South Wales outback town of Bourke
A bitumen road is seen near the western New South Wales outback town of Bourke, Australia, June 23, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray/File Photo
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY4Q
June 29, 2016
Aboriginal women vote in a remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia,...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Aboriginal women vote in a remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
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June 29, 2016
Farmer Darrell Peirpoint watches as a local resident votes in the remote voting station in the western...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Farmer Darrell Peirpoint watches as a local resident votes in the remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY4O
June 29, 2016
A flooded dirt road is seen near the western New South Wales outback town of Bourke, Australia, June...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
A flooded dirt road is seen near the western New South Wales outback town of Bourke, Australia, June 23, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
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June 29, 2016
Team leader Kelly-Anne Mackay and assistant Heather McInerney put on their official vests as they prepare...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Team leader Kelly-Anne Mackay and assistant Heather McInerney put on their official vests as they prepare their remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
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June 29, 2016
Official Heather McInerney hangs a 'No Litter' sign next to voting stands as she prepares a remote voting...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Official Heather McInerney hangs a 'No Litter' sign next to voting stands as she prepares a remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY4I
June 29, 2016
Social worker Kelly Ann Mackay and goat farmer Heather McInerney have made sure even those in the most...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Social worker Kelly Ann Mackay and goat farmer Heather McInerney have made sure even those in the most remote parts of the New South Wales outback get a vote in Saturday's Australian elections. The duo are one of three Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) teams that set up 10 temporary booths over a 393,473 square km stretch of outback that is home to 107,409 of the state's 5 million registered voters. The area makes up 48 percent of Australia's most populous state but postal services can be unreliable meaning Mackay, McInerney and co must drive thousands of miles to collect the votes. Similar teams work across other states in Australia, where voting is mandatory and more than 15 million people are enrolled. One temporary NSW booth was set up last week in Enngonia, a tiny outpost near the Queensland border, some 860 km (535 miles) north west of Sydney, where kangaroos heavily outnumber people. The two women have set up their green marquee tent on a dirt patch of park in Enngonia, whose few buildings include a pub, a school and a war memorial hall. Around 30 people submitted their ballots in the purple voting bag during the four hours that Mackay and McInerney opened the booth, which was also visited by curious dogs. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. Matching text AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY4H
June 29, 2016
A dead kangaroo is seen on the ground as Australian Electoral Commission officials Kelly-Anne Mackay...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
A dead kangaroo is seen on the ground as Australian Electoral Commission officials Kelly-Anne Mackay and Heather McInerney drive their car to assemble a remote voting station outside the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY4G
June 29, 2016
A bitumen road is seen near the western New South Wales outback town of Bourke, Australia, June 23, 2016....
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
A bitumen road is seen near the western New South Wales outback town of Bourke, Australia, June 23, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY4F
June 29, 2016
Farmer Darrell Peirpoint holds his Australian Senate ballot paper as assistant Heather McInerney prepares...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Farmer Darrell Peirpoint holds his Australian Senate ballot paper as assistant Heather McInerney prepares an official form at the remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY4E
June 29, 2016
Team leader Kelly-Anne Mackay is assisted by Heather McInerney as they assemble a remote voting station...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Team leader Kelly-Anne Mackay is assisted by Heather McInerney as they assemble a remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY4A
June 29, 2016
Australian Electoral Commission official and team leader Kelly-Anne Mackay checks ballot boxes containing...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Australian Electoral Commission official and team leader Kelly-Anne Mackay checks ballot boxes containing votes, which she keeps secure in the bedroom of her home located in the town of Bourke, after returning from a remote voting station located in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY49
June 29, 2016
A dog stretches next to a ballot box in the remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
A dog stretches next to a ballot box in the remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY48
June 29, 2016
A dog walks past an Aboriginal woman as she votes in a remote voting station in the western New South...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
A dog walks past an Aboriginal woman as she votes in a remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY47
June 29, 2016
Tara Kelly, from a local Aboriginal community, stands near a remote voting station after she voted in...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Tara Kelly, from a local Aboriginal community, stands near a remote voting station after she voted in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY46
June 29, 2016
Gordon Sullivan, from a local Aboriginal community, poses near a remote voting station after he voted...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Gordon Sullivan, from a local Aboriginal community, poses near a remote voting station after he voted in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY45
June 29, 2016
Farmer Darrell Peirpoint votes next to a local resident in the remote voting station in the western New...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Farmer Darrell Peirpoint votes next to a local resident in the remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/OUTBACK
RTX2IY43
June 29, 2016
Members of a local Aboriginal community prepare to vote at a remote voting station in the western New...
Bourke, Australia
The Wider Image: Herding votes in Australia's outback
Members of a local Aboriginal community prepare to vote at a remote voting station in the western New South Wales outback town of Enngonia, Australia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "VOTE OUTBACK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRALIA
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February 16, 2014
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott meets with outback grazier Phillip Ridge (C) on his property named...
Bourke, Australia
Australian PM Abbott meets with outback grazier Ridge on his property named "Jandra" near Bourke
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott meets with outback grazier Phillip Ridge (C) on his property named "Jandra" near Bourke in western New South Wales, February 16, 2014. Abbott was taking part in a drought tour with Australian Agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce (L). A drought in Australia has forced ranchers in the world's third-biggest beef exporter to cull cows, stoking fears of a global beef shortage in coming years with the U.S. herd at its lowest in six decades. REUTERS/Andrew Meares/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS DISASTER)
AUSTRALIA
RTX18XDW
February 16, 2014
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is met by local Member of Parliament Mark Coulton (R) on an outback...
Bourke, Australia
Australian PM Abbott is met by local MP Coulton on an outback property named "Jandra" near Bourke
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is met by local Member of Parliament Mark Coulton (R) on an outback property named "Jandra" near Bourke in western New South Wales, February 16, 2014. Abbott was taking part in a drought tour with Australian Agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce. A drought in Australia has forced ranchers in the world's third-biggest beef exporter to cull cows, stoking fears of a global beef shortage in coming years with the U.S. herd at its lowest in six decades. REUTERS/Andrew Meares/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA
RTX18XDP
February 16, 2014
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott climbs into a vehicle driven by outback grazier Phillip Ridge of...
Bourke, Australia
Australian PM Abbott climbs into a vehicle driven by outback grazier Phillip Ridge of his property named...
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott climbs into a vehicle driven by outback grazier Phillip Ridge of his property named "Jandra" near Bourke in western New South Wales, February 16, 2014. Abbott was taking part in a drought tour with Australian Agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce. A drought in Australia has forced ranchers in the world's third-biggest beef exporter to cull cows, stoking fears of a global beef shortage in coming years with the U.S. herd at its lowest in six decades. REUTERS/Andrew Meares/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA
RTX18XDL
February 16, 2014
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (R) meets with outback graziers Phillip and Di Ridge of their property...
Bourke, Australia
Australian PM Abbott meets with outback graziers Phillip and Di Ridge of their property named "Jandra"...
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (R) meets with outback graziers Phillip and Di Ridge of their property named "Jandra" near Bourke in western New South Wales, February 16, 2014. Abbott was taking part in a drought tour with Australian Agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce. A drought in Australia has forced ranchers in the world's third-biggest beef exporter to cull cows, stoking fears of a global beef shortage in coming years with the U.S. herd at its lowest in six decades. REUTERS/Andrew Meares/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA
RTX18XDI
February 16, 2014
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott (C) stands on a wool scale in the shearing shed of outback graziers...
Bourke, Australia
Australian PM Abbott stands on a wool scale in the shearing shed of outback graziers Phillip and Di Ridge...
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott (C) stands on a wool scale in the shearing shed of outback graziers Phillip and Di Ridge of their property named "Jandra" near Bourke in western New South Wales, February 16, 2014. Abbott was taking part in a drought tour with Australian Agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce. A drought in Australia has forced ranchers in the world's third-biggest beef exporter to cull cows, stoking fears of a global beef shortage in coming years with the U.S. herd at its lowest in six decades. REUTERS/Andrew Meares/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER POLITICS)
ROYALS
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March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches the Ngemba Muranari dancers perform a traditional dance at the Muda...
Bourke, Australia
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches the Ngemba Muranari dancers perform a traditional dance at the .....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches the Ngemba Muranari dancers perform a traditional dance at the Muda Aboriginal Language and Cultural Centre in Bourke, Australia March 22. Queen Elizabeth visited the town of about 3,500 in Out Back New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her two-week tour of Australia.
ROYALS
RTXJM4J
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio station...
Bourke, Australia
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio statio.....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio station in Bourke, in western New South Wales March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in Out Back New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her two-week tour of Australia.
ROYALS
RTXJM1P
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches traditional Aboriginal dancers as she visits a radio station in...
Bourke, Australia
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches traditional Aboriginal dancers as she visits a radio station in.....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches traditional Aboriginal dancers as she visits a radio station in Bourke March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her 16-day tour of Australia.
ROYALS
RTXJM1O
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches traditional Aboriginal dancers as she visits a radio station in...
Bourke, Australia
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches traditional Aboriginal dancers as she visits a radio station in.....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches traditional Aboriginal dancers as she visits a radio station in Bourke March 22. This is the queen's 13th visit to Australia.
ROYALS
RTXJM1N
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is greeted and cheered by flag-waving well wishers in Bourke March 22. The...
Bourke, Australia
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is greeted and cheered by flag-waving well wishers in Bourke March 22. .....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is greeted and cheered by flag-waving well wishers in Bourke March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her 16-day tour of Australia.
ROYALS
RTXJM1M
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II waits in the car after visiting Bourke March 22. The Queen visited the town...
Bourke, Australia
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II waits in the car after visiting Bourke March 22. The Queen visited the .....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II waits in the car after visiting Bourke March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her 16-day tour of Australia.
ROYALS
RTXJM1L
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches traditional Aboriginal dancers as she visits a radio station in...
Bourke, Australia
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches traditional Aboriginal dancers as she visits a radio station in.....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches traditional Aboriginal dancers as she visits a radio station in Bourke March 22. Queen Elizabeth visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her two-week tour of Australia.
ROYALS
RTXJM1K
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles after being given an emu's egg by children from Bourke Public School...
Bourke, Australia
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles after being given an emu's egg by children from Bourke Public Sc.....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles after being given an emu's egg by children from Bourke Public School March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her 16-day tour of Australia.
ROYALS
RTXJM1J
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio station...
Bourke, Australia
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio statio.....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio station in Bourke March 22. Queen Elizabeth visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her two-week tour of Australia.
AUSTRALIA-QUEEN
RTR2G84
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth waits in the car after visiting Bourke March 22. The Queen visited the town...
Bourke, Australia
QUEEN ELIZABETH WAITS IN THE CAR AFTER VISIT IN BOURKE.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth waits in the car after visiting Bourke March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her 16-day tour of Australia.

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AUSTRALIA-QUEEN
RTR2G6I
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth inspects "The Technology Train" where children learn computer skills in the...
Bourke, Australia
QUEEN ELIZABETH INSPECTS TECHNOLOGY TRAIN IN BOURKE.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth inspects "The Technology Train" where children learn computer skills in the outback town of Bourke, some 900 kilometers northwest of Sydney, March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in New South Wales as part of her 16-day tour of Australia.

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QUEEN AUSTRALIA
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March 22, 2000
Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, reacts during a tour of the Mansell grape farm west of...
Bourke, Australia
DUKE OF EDINBURGH REACTS DURING GRAPE FARM TOUR IN OUTBACK AUSTRALIA.
Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, reacts during a tour of the Mansell grape farm west of Bourke in the state of New South Wales March 22. Both Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth are on a 16-day tour of Australia and come just months after Australians voted in a referendum to keep the Queen as their head of state.

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AUSTRALIA QUEEN
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March 22, 2000
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, waits during a cotton briefing at the national parks and wildlife...
Bourke, Australia
PRINCE PHILIP VISITS NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE OFFICE IN BOURKE.
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, waits during a cotton briefing at the national parks and wildlife office in Bourke in western New South Wales March 22. The Duke of Edinburgh is in Australia with Queen Elizabeth on a 16-day visit to Australia.

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AUSTRALIA-QUEEN
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March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio station in...
Bourke, Australia
QUEEN ELIZABETH WALKS PAST ABORIGINAL DANCERS IN BOURKE.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio station in Bourke, in western New South Wales March 22. The Queen is on a 16-day visit to Australia, her 13th visit to the country and comes just months after Australians voted in a referendum to keep the Queen as their head of state.

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AUSTRALIA QUEEN
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March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is presented with traditional hunting tools, a boomerang and a nulla nulla...
Bourke, Australia
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH RECEIVES BOOMERANG IN BOURKE.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is presented with traditional hunting tools, a boomerang and a nulla nulla by Greg McKellar (C) and his wife Francis (R) at the Muda Aboriginal Language and Cultural Centre in Bourke March 22. Queen Elizabeth visited the town of about 3,500 in Out Back New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her two-week tour of Australia.

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AUSTRALIA-QUEEN
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March 22, 2000
Queen Elizabeth listens to aboriginal songs performed by young children at Muda Aboriginal Language and...
Bourke, Australia
QUEEN ELIZABETH LISTENS TO ABORIGINAL SONGS IN BOURKE.
Queen Elizabeth listens to aboriginal songs performed by young children at Muda Aboriginal Language and Cultural Centre in Bourke in western New South Wales March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her two-week tour of Australia.
AUSTRALIA QUEEN
RTR2FZJ
March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth watches the Ngemba Muranari dancers perform a traditional dance at the Muda...
Bourke, Australia
QUEEN ELIZABETH WATCHES ABORIGINAL DANCERS IN BOURKE.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth watches the Ngemba Muranari dancers perform a traditional dance at the Muda Aboriginal Language and Cultural Centre in Bourke, Australia March 22. Queen Elizabeth visited the town of about 3,500 in Out Back New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her two-week tour of Australia.

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AUSTRALIA-QUEEN
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March 22, 2000
Britain's Queen Elizabeth walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio station in...
Bourke, Australia
QUEEN ELIZABETH WALKS PAST ABORIGINAL DANCERS IN BOURKE.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth walks past traditional Aboriginal dancers after visiting a radio station in Bourke, in western New South Wales March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in Out Back New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her two-week tour of Australia.

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