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Abbie Galvin is a Principal of Australian architecture, urban design and interior design practice BVN Architecture.
Abbotsleigh is an independent, Anglican, day and boarding school for girls, located in Wahroonga, on the Upper North Shore of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
The history of the Aboriginal inhabitants of Western Australia has been dated as existing for 50-70 thousand years before European contact.
Abydos Station is a pastoral lease and cattle station located between Tom Price and Marble Bar and approximately 126 km South of Port Hedland in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
This article is a summary of academic grading in Australia.
This article is about academic ranks in higher education in Australia and New Zealand.
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Action Battle Team was a radio show broadcast from 6am to 9am AEST in Adelaide, Australia on Nova.
The Adelaide Steamship House is located at 10-12 Mouat Street, Fremantle.
Adele Farina (born 31 March 1964) is an Australian politician.
Adele Marilyn Horin (25 January 1951 – 21 November 2015) was an Australian journalist.
Adrian Baddeley (born 1955, Melbourne, Australia) is a statistical scientist working in the fields of spatial statistics,A.
Agonis flexuosa is a species of tree that grows in the south west of Western Australia.
The Australian International Gravitational Observatory (AIGO) is a research facility located near Gingin, north of Perth in Western Australia.
Aileen Joy Plant (died 27 March 2007) was a leading Australian infectious diseases epidemiologist.
Akshay Venkatesh (born 21 November 1981) is an Australian mathematician.
Alan John Carpenter (born 4 January 1957) is a former Australian politician who served as the 28th Premier of Western Australia, from 2006 to 2008.
Alan John Cransberg (born 22 September 1958) is an Australian businessman and former Australian rules footballer who is the current chairman of the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League, as well as a member of the boards of several other organisations.
Alan R Duffy (born 1983) is a professional astronomer and science communicator.
Alan Eggleston (born 30 December 1941) is an Australian politician, who was a Liberal member of the Australian Senate from 1996 to 2014 representing Western Australia.
Alan Kotok (November 9, 1941 – May 26, 2006) was an American computer scientist known for his work at Digital Equipment Corporation (Digital, or DEC) and at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Alan Pilkington (born 1966) is a British engineer, and Professor at the Copenhagen Business School, known for his on the Technology management, Operations management, Manufacturing strategy and Enterprise engineering.
Alan R. Quartermaine (born 23 November 1951) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the East Perth Football Club in what is now the West Australian Football League (WAFL).
Alan Arthur Reid (born 29 January 1956) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Essendon and Geelong in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Alannah Joan Geraldine Cecilia MacTiernan (born 10 January 1953 in East Melbourne, Victoria) is an Australian politician.
Albany Post Office is a heritage site of the former post office in Albany, Western Australia.
Albany is a port city in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, 418 km SE of Perth, the state capital.
Albert Paul Jacob (born 16 March 1980) is an Australian politician.
Albert Y. Zomaya is currently the Chair Professor of High Performance Computing & Networking and Australian Research Council Professorial Fellow in the School of Information Technologies, The University of Sydney.
Alec Cameron commenced as Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive of Aston University in September, 2016.
Aleksandra Filipovska is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia (School of Chemistry and Biochemistry), heading a research group at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
Alexander Segger George (born 4 April 1939) is a Western Australian botanist.
Alexander John Robertson (4 January 1887 – 6 August 1915), a geologist and mining engineer, was an Australian rules footballer who played for the University Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL) in 1910.
Prof Alexander David Ross FRSE FRAS FRSA FIP FAIP FEIS FEISA LLD (1883–1966) was a 20th-century Scots-born physicist, mathematician and astronomer living in Australia.
Dame Alexandra Margaret Martin Hasluck, Lady Hasluck, (née Darker, 26 August 1908 – 18 June 1993), was an author and social historian from Western Australia.
Sir Alfred Langler (5 May 1865 – 26 March 1928) was an Australian journalist and newspaper editor.
Alice Vrielink is a structural biologist who is Head of Discipline in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Western Australia.
Alison Jane Inverarity (born 12 August 1970 in Perth, Western Australia) is a former Australian Olympic and Commonwealth athlete, competing in the high jump.
Alison Preston is an Australian economist, Winthrop Professor of Economics at the University of Western Australia, and Deputy Dean of UWA Business School.
Allan (also Alan) Aynesworth (14 April 1864, Sandhurst, Berkshire – 22 August 1959, Camberley, Surrey) is the stage name of a British actor whose career spanned almost six decades, including a lead part in the 1895 world premiere of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest and his final role as the elderly Lord Lancaster in the movie The Last Days of Dolwyn (1949).
Allan Herbert Miller Fels (born 7 February 1942) is an Australian economist, lawyer and public servant.
Allan George Barnard Fisher (26 Oct 1895 in Christchurch, New Zealand - 8 January 1976 in London, England) was a noted New Zealand born economist.
Allan Geoffrey Hahn OAM (born 1951) is a leading Australian sports scientist.
Alan MacDonald is an Australian rock musician and lawyer, best known as the drummer of the 1980s band The Triffids, where he performed under his nickname 'Alsy'.
Alyogyne huegelii is a flowering plant found in the Southwest botanical province of Western Australia, extending along its entire coastline.
Amanda Duthie, Scottish-born (6 July 2012) Interview with Amanda Duthie.
Amanda Jane Platell (born 12 November 1957) is an Australian journalist.
Amanda Sainsbury-Salis (born 1969) is an Australian medical researcher, educator and author.
The Amangu were an indigenous Australian people of the mid-western region of Western Australia.
Amanita ananiceps is a species of agaric fungus in the family Amanitaceae native to Australia.
Ambelin Kwaymullina is a Palyku novelist, illustrator, and assistant professor of law at the University of Western Australia.
Ambush predators or sit-and-wait predators are carnivorous animals or other organisms, such as some nematophagous fungi and carnivorous plants, that capture or trap prey by stealth or by strategy (typically not conscious strategy), rather than by speed or by strength.
Ameer Ali is the former President of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils, an umbrella group for various Islamic groups or councils in Australia.
AMPATH (America's Path) was developed in 2000 as a high performance exchange point in Miami, Florida, United States.
AmpFest - Clash of the Bands is an initiative of a West Australian Youth Advisory Council (YAC) and has been held in May each year since 2003 by five Councils, in the western suburbs of Perth, comprising City of Nedlands, Town of Claremont, Town of Mosman Park, City of Subiaco and Town of Vincent.
András Domahidy (23 February 1920 – 8 August 2012) is a contemporary Hungarian-Australian, novelist and retired librarian.
Andrea Ruth Mitchell (born 27 February 1956) is an Australian politician who was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 2008 to 2017, representing the seat of Kingsley.
Andrew Bovell (born 23 November 1962) is an Australian writer for theatre, film and television.
John Andrew Henry Forrest (born 1961), nicknamed Twiggy, is an Australian businessman and philanthropist.
Andrew Lawrence-King (born 3 September 1959) is a harpist and conductor from Guernsey known for his work in early music.
Andrew S. Long (born 1965) is an Australian geophysicist.
Andrew Brian McGowan (born 1961) is an Australian scholar of early Christianity and an Anglican priest.
Anglo-Saxon Deviant Burial Customs is an archaeological study of atypical burial practices in Anglo-Saxon England.
Anjali Nayar is a Canadian filmmaker, multimedia storyteller and technologist.
Annabel Tan is a beauty contest winner for Female's 50 Most Gorgeous People 2009 competition.
Laurel Anne Clyde (7 February 1946 – 18 September 2005) was an Australian educator, teacher-librarian, author and academic who taught in colleges and universities in Australia and Canada, as well as in Iceland.
Anne Dell CBE FRS FMedSci (b. 11 Sept 1950) is an Australian biochemist specialising in the study of glycomics and the carbohydrate structures that modify proteins.
Anne Penfold Street (1932–2016) was one of Australia's leading mathematicians, specialising in combinatorics.
Mgr Anselm Bourke, born Nicholas Bourke, (Dublin, 10 September 1835 – West Perth, 2 June 1924) was a Roman Catholic priest of Irish origins.
Antaresia is a genus of pythons, nonvenomous snakes found in Australia.
Anthony James Fels (born 19 November 1964) is a former Liberal Member of Parliament.
Anthony George Constantinides FREng FIET (born 1943) is a Professor of Signal Processing and the founder of the Communications and Signal Processing Group of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in Imperial College London.
Anthony Morabito (born 29 October 1991) is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Anthony David Pym (born 1956 in Perth, Australia) is a scholar best known for his work in translation studies.
Anthony Markham "Tony" Trethowan (19 December 1945 – 6 May 2015) was an Australian politician and Anglican minister who was a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1980 to 1986, representing the seat of East Melville.
The Research School of Physics and Engineering (RSPE) was established with the creation of the Australian National University (ANU) in 1947.
Aoua Kéita (12 July 1912 in Bamako, French Sudan – 7 May 1980 in Bamako, Mali) was a Malian independence activist, politician and writer.
Apoinga is a rural locality in the Mid North region of South Australia, situated in the Regional Council of Goyder.
The Apple University Consortium is a partnership between Apple Australia and a number of Australian universities.
Applecross Senior High School is a public, co-educational High School, located in Ardross, a southern suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
The Aquinas College Chapel, formally known as the Chapel of St Thomas Aquinas, is a heritage-listed building located on the Aquinas College property in Salter Point, Western Australia.
Aquinas College is a Catholic independent, day and boarding school for boys at Salter Point, Perth, Western Australia.
ARC Centre of Excellence for All-Sky Astrophysics (or CAASTRO) is a collaboration of international astronomers dedicated to wide field astronomy.
Archibald McDonald Fraser (6 June 1896 – 30 August 1979) was an Australian politician.
Arlene TextaQueen (born 1975) is an Australian artist.
The Armadale state by-election, 2010 was held on 2 October 2010 for the Western Australian Legislative Assembly seat of Armadale in the south-eastern suburbs of Perth.
Armillaria luteobubalina, commonly known as the Australian honey fungus, is a species of mushroom in the family Physalacriaceae.
Dr Arnold Charles Cook (5 May 1922 – 30 June 1981) was an Australian academic and senior economics lecturer at the University of Western Australia (UWA).
Arran Gare (born 1948) is an Australian philosopher known mainly for his work in environmental philosophy, philosophy of science, philosophy of culture and the metaphysics of process philosophy.
Ars Electronica Linz GmbH is an Austrian cultural, educational and scientific institute active in the field of new media art, founded in Linz in 1979.
Arthur Robert Driver (25 November 1909 – 18 May 1981) was an Australian engineer, army officer and public servant.
The Arthur Lovekin Prize for Excellence in Journalism is an annual journalism award in Western Australia.
Sir Arthur Harold Tange (18 August 1914 – 10 May 2001) was a prominent Australian senior public servant of the middle to late 20th century.
Arthur Raymond Tonkin (born 21 January 1930) is a former Australian politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1971 to 1987.
Asha de Vos is a Sri Lankan marine biologist, ocean educator and pioneer of blue whale research within the Northern Indian Ocean.
The Asia Pacific Model United Nations Conference (AMUNC) is an annual travelling Model United Nations conference for university students.
Assemblages of plants and invertebrate animals of tumulus (organic mound) springs of the Swan Coastal Plain
Assemblages of plants and invertebrate animals of tumulus (organic mound) springs of the Swan Coastal Plain are ecological communities in Western Australia.
Associate professor (frequently capitalized as Associate Professor) is an academic title that can have different meanings.
Astronomy Australia Limited (AAL) is an independent not-for-profit company whose members are all Australian universities and research organisations with a significant astronomy research capability.
Athelstan Laurence Johnson Beckwith AO, FRS (20 February 1930 – 15 May 2010) was an Australian chemist.
Dr Athelstan John Henton Saw (16 July 1868 – 28 November 1929), was a Western Australian politician and University administrator.
The Attorney-General for AustraliaThe title is officially "Attorney-General".
Audiology (from Latin audīre, "to hear"; and from Greek -λογία, -logia) is a branch of science that studies hearing, balance, and related disorders.
AustLit: The Australian Literature Resource is an internet-based collaboration between researchers and librarians from Australian universities designed to comprehensively record the history of Australian literary and story making cultures.
The Australasian Intervarsity Debating Championships (known colloquially as "Australs") is an annual debating tournament for teams from universities in the Australasian region.
The Australasian Journal of Educational Technology is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering research in educational technology, instructional design, online and e-learning, educational design, multimedia, computer assisted learning, and related areas.
The Australasian Journal of Philosophy is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal of philosophy and "one of the oldest English-language philosophy journals in the world".
The Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) is a federation of Jewish student societies at Australian and New Zealand universities and other higher education institutions.
The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) is an educational institution that teaches strategic management and high-level policy to public sector leaders.
The Australian national sudoku team represents Australia in sudoku competition.
Australian art is any art made in Australia or about Australia, from prehistoric times to the present.
The Australian Association for Maritime History (AAMH) is an Australian maritime history organisation.
Australian Doctors for Africa (ADFA) is a licensed charity registered in Western Australia.
Federal elections were held in Australia on 10 December 1949.
The Australian Institute of Physics was established in 1963, when it replaced the Australian Branch of the British Institute of Physics based in London.
The Australian Journal of Chemistry is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal published by CSIRO Publishing.
This is an incomplete list of all Australians who have ever been appointed a knight or a dame, being entitled to be known as "Sir" or "Dame" respectively.
The Australian Labor Party (Victorian Branch), also known as Victorian Labor, is the Victorian branch of the Australian Labor Party.
The Australian Law Students' Association (ALSA) is the peak representative body of law students from Australia.
Australia has approximately 11,500 km2 of mangroves, primarily on the northern and eastern coasts of the continent.
The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) was established in 2002 in response to a need for collaboration in the mathematical sciences to strengthen mathematics and statistics especially in the universities.
The Australian National Business Schools are a consortium of Six Australian Business schools that include.
Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) has its headquarters at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication in Clayton, Victoria.
The Australian National Handball Championship is a competition run each year by the Australian Handball Federation.
The Australian Paradox is a term coined in 2011 to describe what its proponents claim are diverging trends in sugar consumption and obesity rates in Australia.
The Australian University Games (AUGs) is a multi-sport competition held annually in September / October between teams fielded from a large number of Australian universities and tertiary institutions.
Avicennia marina, commonly known as grey mangrove or white mangrove, is a species of mangrove tree classified in the plant family Acanthaceae (formerly in the Verbenaceae or Avicenniaceae).
Avondale Agriculture Research Station or Avondale Discovery Farm is one of thirteen research farms and stations operated by Western Australia's Department of Agriculture and Food.
Axel Poignant (2 December 1906 – 5 February 1986) was an Australian photographer.
Étienne Samuel Biéler (3 February 1895 – 25 July 1929) was a Swiss-born Canadian physicist who made important advances in the study of the strong interaction that holds the atomic nucleus together.
The Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) is a bachelor's degree designed to satisfy the academic requirement of practicing architecture.
Bachelor of Letters (B.Litt. or Litt.B.; Latin Baccalaureus Litterarum or Litterarum Baccalaureus) is a second undergraduate university degree in which students specialize in an area of study relevant to their own personal, professional or academic development.
A Bachelor of Mathematics is an undergraduate academic degree awarded for successfully completing a program of study in mathematics or related disciplines, such as computer science or statistics.
Bagsecg (died 8 January 871), also known as Bacgsecg, was a ninth-century Viking, and one of the first to be recorded by the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
Barbara York Main is an Australian arachnologist, based at the University of Western Australia.
Barry James Hickey OAM KC*HS (born 16 April 1936 in Leonora, Western Australia), an Australian metropolitan bishop, was the eighth Roman Catholic archbishop of the Archdiocese of Perth, Western Australia, serving from 1991 until his retirement in 2012.
Barry John House (born 27 November 1949) is an Australian politician who was a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia from 1987 to 2017.
Barry John MacKinnon (born 29 October 1944) is a former Australian politician who was a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1977 to 1993.
Barry James Marshall, AC, FRACP, FRS, FAA (born 30 September 1951) is an Australian physician, Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, and Professor of Clinical Microbiology at the University of Western Australia.
Baseball at the Australian University Games has been part of the Australian University Games program since the 2004 games.
Beatrice Ensor (1885–1974) was an English theosophical educationist, pedagogue, co-founder of the New Education Fellowship (later World Education Fellowship) and editor of the journal Education for the New Era.
Beatrix D'Souza (born May 5, 1935) is an Indian politician and social worker.
Belinda Probert (born 1949) is an educator and social scientist who has advised non-government organisations and state and national governments in Australia.
Belmont City College (known as Belmont Senior High School until 2000) is a comprehensive public high school located in Belmont, east of Perth, Western Australia.
Ben Purser (born 24 February 1990) is an Australian basketball player for the Perry Lakes Hawks of the State Basketball League (SBL).
Ben Shearer (born 1941 in Adelaide, South Australia) is an Australian artist who specializes in watercolor painting of the Outback.
Benjamin Sana Wyatt (born 1 April 1974) is an Australian politician who is the current Labor Party member for the seat of Victoria Park in the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia.
Bernadette Sanou Dao (born 25 February 1952 in Bamako, French Sudan) is a Burkinabé author and politician.
The Berndt Museum of Anthropology is an anthropological museum in Perth, Western Australia, founded in 1976 by Ronald Berndt and Catherine Berndt.
Bernard Kent "Bernie" Masters (born 14 July 1950) is a former Australian member of parliament who served as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1996 to 2005, representing the seat of Vasse.
Professor Albert (Bert) Russell Main CBE FAA FANZAAS (6 March 1919 – 3 December 2009) was an Australian zoologist.
Berthe-Evelyne Agbo is a writer from Benin who has published poems in French.
Beryl Lucy Mills (3 January 1907 – 13 July 1977) was an advertising agent, librarian, and beauty queen.
Betty Beazley (née Judge; 21 March 1921 – 13 September 2015), known as Betty Judge during her career, was an Australian athletics world record holder at 880 yards, 330 yards and 300 metres.
Bevan John Buirchell (born 1951) is an Australian botanist.
Bevan Ernest Lawrence, a retired Western Australian barrister and political campaigner, is the older brother of Carmen Lawrence, a former premier of Western Australia.
William Henry "Bill" Hartley (26 October 1930 – 18 February 2006) was an Australian political activist who was State Secretary of the Victorian branch of the Australian Labor Party between 1965 and 1970.
William Ralph Boucher Hassell, best known as Bill Hassell, (born 6 June 1943) is an Australian former politician who was Leader of the Opposition in Western Australia during the mid-1980s.
William Richard Marmion (born 22 May 1954) is an Australian politician who has been a member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia since 2008, representing the seat of Nedlands.
Sir Billy Mackie Snedden, (31 December 1926 – 27 June 1987) was an Australian politician who served as the leader of the Liberal Party from 1972 to 1975.
Bioacoustics is a cross-disciplinary science that combines biology and acoustics.
BioArt is an art practice where humans work with live tissues, bacteria, living organisms, and life processes.
Bjørn Lomborg (born 6 January 1965) is a Danish author and President of his think tank, Copenhagen Consensus Center.
The black swan (Cygnus atratus) is widely referenced in Australian culture, although the character of that importance historically diverges between the prosaic in the East and the symbolic in West.
The Blue Lake is a large monomictic crater lake located in a dormant volcanic maar associated with the Mount Gambier maar complex.
Robert James Lee Hawke, (born 9 December 1929) is a former Australian politician who was the 23rd Prime Minister of Australia, serving from 1983 to 1991.
Robert Hodge is an Australian academic, author, theorist and critic.
Robert Stuart "Bob" Ives (born 16 December 1938) is a former Australian politician.
Robert Francis McMullan (born 10 December 1947) is an Australian former politician who represented the Australian Labor Party in both the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Robert Henry "Bob" Parker (1932- July 2016Nobes, Christopher Retrieved 2016-10-31.) was a British accounting scholar, and Emeritus Professor at the University of Exeter,, 2015.
Robert John Pearce (born 24 February 1946) was an Australian politician, and a member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 1977 until 1993 representing the seats of Gosnells and Armadale.
Body image law is the developing area of law that, according to Dr Marilyn Bromberg of the University of Western Australia Law School and Cindy Halliwell, a law student at Deakin University, "encompasses the bills, laws and government actions (such as establishing parliamentary inquiries and creating policies) that may help to improve the body image of the general public, and particularly of young people".
Boediono (EYD: Budiono) (pronounced; born 25 February 1943) was the Vice President of Indonesia from 2009 to 2014.
Bradshaw rock paintings, Bradshaw rock art, Bradshaw figures or The Bradshaws, are terms used to describe one of the two major regional traditions of rock art found in the north-west Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Brenda Walker (born 1957 in Grafton, New South Wales) is an Australian writer.
Brian Carlyle Cook (born 14 November 1955) is a Scottish-born Australian businessman and former Australian rules football player and coach who is the current Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Geelong Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Brian Dawson (born 31 October 1958) is an Australian rules football coach and academic.
Brian De Garis is a Western Australian historian.
Professor Brian John Grieve (15 August 1907 – 5 September 1997) was an Australian botanist best known for his multi-volume book series How to know Western Australian wildflowers.
Brian Lennox Tee (born 19 January 1969) is an Australian politician.
Brigid Lowry (born 25 March 1953) is a New Zealand author.
Bropho v Western Australia was a decision of the High Court of Australia, which ruled on 20 June 1990 that Section 17 of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 of Western Australia bound the Crown in right of Western Australia.
Bruce Edward Hobbs (born 23 October 1936) AO BSc Hons PhD FAA FGSAust FTSE is an Australian structural geologist and science administrator.
Bruce Roger Maslin (born 3 May 1946) is an Australian botanist.
Stanley Bruce Rosier AM (born 18 November 1928) is a retired Anglican bishop in Australia.
Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School (often denoted BCGS), is an independent school in Gelorup, Western Australia, a semi-rural suburb 10 kilometres south of Bunbury.
Bunbury Senior High School is a comprehensive public high school located in Bunbury, a regional centre south of Perth, Western Australia.
Burkinabé literature grew out of oral tradition, which remains important.
Professor Byron Barnard Lamont (born 2 January 1945) is a Western Australian botanist.
Chirayathumadom Venkatachalier Subramanian (1924–2016), popularly known as CVS, was an Indian mycologist, taxonomist and plant pathologist, known for his work on the classification of Fungi imperfecti, a group of fungi classified separately due to lack of specific taxonomic characteristics.
Calostoma is a genus of 29 species of gasteroid fungi in the suborder Sclerodermatineae.
Camberwell Grammar School is an independent, Anglican, day school for boys, located in Canterbury, an eastern suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Cameron Chisholm Nicol (CCN) is an Australian multi-disciplinary architecture practice.
David Cameron Neylon is an advocate for open access and Professor of Research Communications at the at Curtin University.
Candy Celeste Broad (born 4 January 1956) is an Australian politician.
Carbohydrate loading, commonly referred to as carb-loading or carbo-loading, is a strategy used by endurance athletes, such as runners, to maximise the storage of glycogen (or energy) in the muscles and liver.
Carl Vine, (born 8 October 1954), is an Australian composer of contemporary classical music.
Carmel Joy McLure is a former president the President of the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Carmen Mary Lawrence (born 2 March 1948) is an Australian academic and former politician who was the Premier of Western Australia from 1990 to 1993, the first woman to become the premier of Australian state.
Caroline Baillie is a materials scientist and specialist in engineering education, since 2017 the inaugural Professor of Praxis in the School of Engineering at the University of San Diego, USA.
A cashmere goat is a breed of goat that produces cashmere wool, the goat's fine, soft, downy, winter undercoat, in commercial quality and quantity.
Cassa di Risparmio della Marca Trivigiana also known as Cassamarca in short, was an Italian savings bank headquartered in Treviso, Veneto.
Catherine Helen Berndt, née Webb (8 May 1918 – 12 May 1994), born in Auckland, was an Australian anthropologist known for her research in Australia and Papua New Guinea.
Catherine Ellen Martin (1918 – 17 April 2009) was a journalist for The West Australian newspaper from 1957, specialising in medical reporting.
Catherine Thornton is Professor of Human Immunology and Deputy Head of Swansea University Medical School.
Cebu International School (CIS), was founded as the Cebu American School in 1924, and renamed in 1973.
The Center for Food Safety (CFS) is a 501c3, U.S. environmental, non-profit organization, based in Washington, D.C. It maintains an office in San Francisco, California.
Pogona vitticeps, the central (or inland) bearded dragon, is a species of agamid lizard occurring in a wide range of arid to semiarid regions of Australia.
Central Institute of Technology is a Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institution based in Perth, Western Australia.
The Centre for Integrative Bee Research (CIBER) is located on the Crawley campus at the University of Western Australia in Perth.
Cetacean stranding, commonly known as beaching, is a phenomenon in which whales and dolphins strand themselves on land, usually on a beach.
Chantavit Dhanasevi (ฉันทวิชช์ ธนะเสวี;; Nicknamed: Ter (เต๋อ). Born September 18, 1983 in Thailand) is a Thai model, actor and screen writer.
Charles Stanley Causley, CBE, FRSL (24 August 1917 – 4 November 2003) was a Cornish poet, schoolmaster and writer.
Charles Ernest Weatherburn (18 June 1884 – 18 October 1974) was an Australian-born mathematician.
Charles Owen Leaver Riley (26 May 1854 – 23 June 1929) was the first Anglican Archbishop of Perth, Western Australia.
Cheryl Lynn Edwardes (born 1 March 1950) is a former Australian politician.
Cheryl Elisabeth Praeger, AM, FAA, (born 7 September 1948, Toowoomba, Queensland) is an Australian mathematician.
Christopher Martin Ellison (born 15 June 1954) is a former Liberal member of the Australian Senate.
Christopher Vaughan Evans (born 14 May 1958) is a former Australian politician.
Christopher Neil Fraser (born July 1974) is a British-born Australian businessman.
Christopher Willcock (born 1947) is an Australian Jesuit priest and composer of liturgical music.
Christian Brothers College Fremantle (CBC) is a Catholic school in the tradition of Edmund Rice situated in Fremantle, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
Christian Brothers College, informally known as CBC Perth or The Terrace was an Independent school for boys situated on St Georges Terrace in the centre of Perth, Western Australia.
Charles Christian Porter (born 11 July 1970) is an Australian politician and lawyer who is the current Attorney-General of the Turnbull Government, in office since 20 December 2017.
The Honourable Christine Ann Wheeler (born 16 January 1954 in Sydney) (1998) 27 University of Western Australia Law Review 248.
Christinus is a genus of Gekkonidae geckos found in southern regions of Australia.
Christinus alexanderi, also known as Alexander’s southern gecko or Alexander’s marbled gecko, is a species of Gekkonidae geckos found in the Nullarbor Plain of Australia.
Christinus marmoratus, also known as marbled gecko or marbled southern gecko, is a species of Gekkonidae (gecko) native to southern mainland of Australia, from Victoria to Western Australia.
Christobel Mary Saunders (born 16 January 1963) is a British-Australian oncologist and breast cancer specialist, who holds the position of Winthrop Professor of Surgical Oncology at the University of Western Australia.
Christofer J. Clemente is an Australian scientist specialising in biomechanics.
Christopher James Lonsdale Pullin is an appeals judge with the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Christopher Shanahan (born 18 September 1960) is a Senior Counsel barrister in the state of Western Australia.
The Honourable Christopher David Steytler AO QC is a former judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and President of the Court of Appeal.
Chrysostomos (Tomis) P. Panayiotopoulos MD, PhD, FRCP is an eminent neurologist in the field of the epilepsies.
Churchlands Senior High School is a state co-educational school in Churchlands, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, approximately 15 minutes from the central business district.
The CircleRoute is a pair of circular limited stops bus routes operated by Transperth through Perth's inner suburbs.
The City of Perth is a local government area and body, within the Perth metropolitan area, which is the capital of Western Australia.
Clabon Walter (Cla) Allen FRAS, (28 December 1904 – 11 December 1987) was an Australian astronomer, director of the University of London Observatory and author of Astrophysical Quantities.
Claise Brook is a stream which empties into Claisebrook Cove before running into the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia.
Clare Palmer (born 1967) is a British philosopher, theologian and scholar of environmental and religious studies who is currently a professor in the Department of Philosophy at Texas A&M University.
Claremont Teachers College was Western Australia’s first post-secondary teaching institution.
Sir Claude Hotchin OBE (7 March 1898 – 3 June 1977) was a businessman and art dealer, patron and benefactor in Western Australia.
Arthur Clarence "Clem" Hawke (5 March 1898 – 23 December 1989) was the General Secretary of the Australian Labor Party in South Australia 1919–20, and a Congregationalist minister.
Cliff Ollier (born 1931) is a geologist, geomorphologist, soil scientist, emeritus professor and honorary research fellow, at the School of Earth and Geographical Sciences University of Western Australia.
Clifford E. Brubaker is Dean of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh.
Climate change denial, or global warming denial, is part of the global warming controversy.
Clive Matthew Hughes (23 June 1947 – 4 April 1986) was an Australian trade unionist and politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1984 until his death, representing the seat of Cockburn.
Clough Ltd. (short name: Clough) is an international public company based in Perth, Western Australia.
Colin James Barnett (born 15 July 1950) is a former Australian politician who was the 29th Premier of Western Australia.
Colin John "Col" Egar (30 March 1928 – 4 September 2008) was an Australian Test cricket umpire.
Colin James Holt (born 31 August 1963) is an Australian politician who has been a National Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia since 2009, representing South West Region.
Colin Ramm (1921-2014) was an Australian particle physicist.
Colin Llewellyn Raston AO is a Professor of Chemistry of Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia and the Premier's Professorial Fellow in Clean Technology.
Colin Sheppard, usually cited as C. J. R. Sheppard, is Senior Scientist at the Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa, Italy.
A collegiate university is a university in which functions are divided between a central administration and a number of constituent colleges.
Collette Tayler (9 February 1951 – 1 December 2017) was an Australian academic and researcher whose worked influenced early childhood education policy.
The Communist Party of Australia (CPA) was founded in 1920 and dissolved in 1991.
Conrad Harvey Sayce (1888–1966) was a British born Australian architect and author.
Coralie Clarke, later Coralie Clarke Rees BA (23 October 1908 – 14 February 1972) was a Western Australian author.
Country Week or Country Senior High Schools Carnival is an annual multi-sport event carnival held in Perth, Western Australia between rural high schools from Western Australia.
Craig Ogden is an Australian classical guitarist whose albums have topped the UK classical charts.
Crawley is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Subiaco and City of Perth.
Crenadactylus ocellatus is the smallest species of nocturnal Gekkonidae (gecko) found in Australia.
A cricket net is a practice net used by batsmen and bowlers to warm up and/or improve their cricketing techniques.
Crime in Western Australia is fought by the Western Australia Police and the Western Australia court system.
Critical Reviews in Clinical Laboratory Sciences is a bimonthly peer-reviewed medical journal that publishes comprehensive review articles in clinical laboratory sciences, including clinical biochemistry, clinical hematology, clinical microbiology, pathology, transfusion medicine, genetics, and immunology.
Crop and Pasture Science is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal published by CSIRO Publishing.
Crush is a 2009 Australian thriller film directed by Jeffrey Gerritsen and John V. Soto.
Ctenophorus is a genus of lizards, also known as comb-bearing dragons, that contains the most diverse group of dragon lizards in Australia.
Ctenophorus ornatus, the ornate crevice-dragon, is a species of lizard in the family Agamidae.
Ctenotus is a genus of skinks (family Scincidae).
Cullen Wines is an Australian winery based in Wilyabrup, within the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia.
A cultured neuronal network is a cell culture of neurons that is used as a model to study the central nervous system, especially the brain.
Curt Teichert (May 8, 1905 in Königsberg, East Prussia – May 10, 1996 in Arlington, Virginia) was a German-American palaeontologist and geologist, noted for his contributions to geology, paleozoic stratigraphy and paleontology, Cephalopoda, ancient and modern reefs, and correlation, the matching of strata of the same age in different locations.
Daejeon Science High School is a science high school, located in Daejeon, South Korea.
Dalkeith is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia in the City of Nedlands.
Darren Glass (born 14 May 1981) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Darren Jude Wates (born 2 July 1977) is a former Australian cricketer who played first-class and limited overs cricket for Western Australia Wates attended Aquinas College, Perth and the University of Western Australia.
Dartmouth College is a private Ivy League research university in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States.
Daryl Hugh Foster OAM (born 9 December 1938) is an Australian cricket coach.
Daryl Robert Williams (born 21 August 1942) is a former Australian politician who was a member of the House of Representatives from 1993 to 2004, representing the Liberal Party.
David Joseph Kelly (born 1 July 1962) is an Australian politician who has been a member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia since 2013, representing the seat of Bassendean.
David Robert "Dave" Warner (born 1953) is an Australian rock musician, author and screenwriter.
David John Birnie (16 February 1951 – 7 October 2005) and Catherine Margaret Birnie (born 23 May 1951) were an Australian couple from Perth, Western Australia.
David Andrich has made substantial contributions to quantitative social science including seminal work on the Polytomous Rasch model for measurement, which is used in the social sciences, in health and other areas.
David G. Blair (born 1946) is an Australian physicist and professor at the University of Western Australia and Director of the Australian International Gravitational Research Centre (AIGRC).
David Bollard (born 25 September 1942) is a New Zealand-born Australian classical pianist and teacher.
David Buchbinder (born 1947) is professor of Masculinities Studies at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia, and adjunct professor of English and Cultural Studies at the University of Western Australia.
Hywel David Evans AM (born 20 December 1924) is a former Australian politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1968 to 1989, representing the seat of Warren.
David Maxwell Fenbury (24 March 1916 – 14 May 1976) was an Australian public servant.
David K. Foot is a Canadian economist and demographer.
David Grayden (born David Ives; 25 May 1924 – 9 June 2003) was an Australian politician who was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1950 to 1953, representing the seat of Nedlands.
David Howe Turner is a professor of Anthropology at the University of Toronto, and a Fellow at Trinity College and the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study.
David Ernest Henshaw (20 December 1931 – 2 April 2008) was an Australian politician.
David John Honey (born 18 April 1958) is an Australian politician.
David Andrew Ipp AO QC (born 1938) is a former Commissioner of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption.
David Taylor Irvine (born 10 January 1947) is an Australian diplomat, who from March 2009 to September 2014 was the Director-General of Security, the head of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.
David Albert Lloyd Johnston (born 14 February 1956) is an Australian politician who was a Liberal Party member of the Australian Senate from 2002 to 2016, representing the state of Western Australia.
David Leslie Kennedy is an archaeologist and historian of the Roman Near East, with a focus on Aerial Archaeology, Roman landscape studies and the Roman military.
David Kingsley Malcolm, AC, QC (6 May 1938 – 20 October 2014) was the Chief Justice of Western Australia from May 1988 until his retirement from the bench in February 2006.
David McCooey, poet, critic, musician, and academic, was born in London in 1967.
David Moore (6 April 1927, Sydney – 23 January 2003, Longueville, New South Wales) was an Australian photojournalist.
David Wallace Newnes is an Australian lawyer and judge who is a member of the Court of Appeal of Western Australia.
David Charles Parker (born 22 May 1953) is a former Australian politician from Western Australia, serving as a minister in the Burke Ministry (1983–1988), then as Deputy Premier in the Dowding Ministry (1988–1990).
David Alex Parkin, OAM (born 12 September 1942) is a former Australian rules footballer and four-time premiership coach.
David Rindos (1947 – 9 December 1996), was an archaeologist.
David Marshall Sadleir (born 20 February 1936) is an Australian business consultant and former diplomat and ambassador, who was Director-General of Security (head of the intelligence agency ASIO) from 1992 to 1996.
David G. Scott is an Australian educationalist who has been the headmaster of Kingswood College in Melbourne, the Anglican Church Grammar School in Brisbane, and Newington College in Sydney.
David A. Sleet is an American scientist recognized for championing the application of behavioral science to unintentional injury prevention and helping to establish injury prevention as a global public health concern.
David Lawrence Smith (born 12 October 1943) is a former Australian politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1983 to 1996.
David Evatt Tunley AM (born 1930) is an Australian musicologist and composer noted for his work on French music in the 17th and 18th centuries.
David Yermack is a professor of finance at the NYU Stern School of Business, New York University, and also Adjunct Professor of Law at NYU Law School.
Dean Anthony Smith (born 15 May 1969) is an Australian politician and Liberal Party member of the Australian Senate since 2012, representing Western Australia.
Julieka Ivanna Dhu (commonly referred to as Ms Dhu; her first name was generally not used in media reports out of respect for Aboriginal naming customs) was a 22-year-old Australian Aboriginal woman who died in police custody in South Hedland, Western Australia, in 2014.
Deborah Burrows is an Australian novelist and lawyer.
Deborah Vernon Buller Murphy (née Drake-Brockman, previously Hackett and Moulden; 18 June 1887 – 16 April 1965), best known as Lady Hackett or Lady Moulden, was an Australian community worker, philanthropist, and mining investor.
Diane Elizabeth Margetts (born 5 March 1955), known as Dee Margetts, is a former Australian politician.
Deidre Kitcher is a Western Australian Producer, and co-founder of Filmscope Entertainment with her partner John V. Soto.
Deidre Willmott is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia.
Delys Bird is a Western Australian writer, academic and editor.
Demining or mine clearance is the process of removing land mines from an area, while minesweeping describes the act of detecting mines.
Denis Reynolds is the President of the Children's Court of Western Australia.
Denis Edward Vaughan (born 6 June 1926) is an Australian-born orchestral conductor and multi-instrumentalist.
Dennis Haskell (born 1948) is an Australian poet, critic and academic.
Dennis Rumley is an associate professor at the University of Western Australia.
There are a number of professional degrees in dentistry offered by dental schools in various countries around the world.
Dentistry throughout the world is practiced differently, and training in dentistry varies as well.
Frederick Derek Osmond Fielding AM (14 August 1929 – 25 June 2014) was an Australian librarian and author.
The desert death adder (Acanthophis pyrrhus) is a species of snake native to Australia and is one of the most venomous land snakes in the world.
Desmond Andrew Herbert (17 June 1898 – 8 September 1976) was an Australian botanist.
Kenneth Richard (Dick) Norris (28 March 1914 – 14 July 2003) was an eminent Australian entomologist.
Diego Garcia is an atoll just south of the equator in the central Indian Ocean, and the largest of 60 small islands comprising the Chagos Archipelago.
In telecommunication, a distributed-queue dual-bus network (DQDB) is a distributed multi-access network that (a) supports integrated communications using a dual bus and distributed queuing, (b) provides access to local or metropolitan area networks, and (c) supports connectionless data transfer, connection-oriented data transfer, and isochronous communications, such as voice communications.
Dog walking is the act of a person walking with a dog, typically from the dog's residence and then returning.
Dominic Louis Serventy (28 March 1904 – 8 August 1988) was a Perth-based Australian ornithologist.
Donald Lachlan Pyke (born 5 December 1968) is a former Australian rules footballer who is the senior coach of the Adelaide Football Club.
Alexander Donald "Don" Taylor AM (born 24 January 1928) is a former Australian politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1968 to 1984, representing the seat of Cockburn.
Dr Don Williams AO HonFIEAust CPEng FTSE (1937–2001) was born into a railway family.
For the Montgomery, Alabama, talk radio personality, see Don Markwell Donald John "Don" Markwell (born 19 April 1959) is an Australian social scientist, who has been described as a "renowned Australian educational reformer".
Donald Blair Melrose (born 13 September 1940) is an Australian astrophysicist, Director of the Special Research Centre in Astrophysics and Professor of Physics (theoretical) at the University of Sydney.
Donna Evelyn Mary Faragher (née Taylor; born 12 September 1975) is an Australian politician who has been a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia since 2005, representing East Metropolitan Region.
Donton Samuel Mkandawire (died 24 December 2011) was a Malawian politician, educator, diplomat, and former Minister of Education and Member of Parliament for the Mzimba Central seat in the Mzimba District.
A doosra is a particular type of delivery by an off-spin bowler in the sport of cricket.
Dorothy Carroll (1907–1970) was an Australian geologist.
Dorothy Coade Hewett (21 May 1923 – 25 August 2002) was an Australian feminist poet, novelist and playwright.
Dorothy Vera Margaret Bishop, (born 14 February 1952) is a British psychologist specialising in developmental disorders specifically, developmental language impairments.
Earl Douglas Cash (15 July 1919 – 15 February 2002) was an Australian politician.
Major General Sir Douglas Anthony Kendrew, (22 July 1910 – 28 February 1989), often known as Joe Kendrew especially during his rugby career, was an officer of the British Army who served in Second World War and the Korean War, international rugby player and Governor of Western Australia from 1963 to 1974.
Robert Douglas (Doug) Sturkey (born 7 September 1935) is a former Australian diplomat and Official Secretary to the Governor-General of Australia.
Durham University (legally the University of Durham) is a collegiate public research university in Durham, North East England, with a second campus in Stockton-on-Tees.
Dylan John Pieterse (born 28 January 1995) is a South African rugby union player who most recently played with the.
Edwin George West (27 February 1922 – 6 October 2001) was an economist and economic historian at Carleton University interested in the relationship between the state and the education sector.
Eastern Michigan University (EMU) is a comprehensive, co-educational public university in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
The Easton affair was the name which came to be used to describe a Western Australian political scandal.
Edgar Charles Johnston, DFC (30 April 1896 – 22 May 1988) was an Australian fighter pilot and ace of the First World War and later on a leading member in civil aviation in Australia.
Edgar Metcalfe AM (18 September 1933 – 13 September 2012) was an English actor, director and author, who widely contributed to theatre in Perth, Western Australia.
Edgar Wylie Prowse (22 March 1905 – 2 June 1977) was an Australian politician who served as a Senator for Western Australia from 1962 to 1973, representing the Country Party.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is an Australian public university located in Perth, Western Australia.
The Edmund Rice Administration Wing, commonly known as The Castle, is a heritage listed building located on Mount Henry Road in Salter Point and the focal point of the Aquinas College Campus.
Education in Western Australia consists of public and private schools in the state of Western Australia, including public and private universities and TAFE colleges.
Edward de Courcy Clarke (10 November 1880 – 30 November 1956), was a teacher, researcher and field geologist, winner of the Clarke Medal in 1954.
Colonel Sir Edward Ford, (15 April 1902 – 27 August 1986) was an Australian soldier, academic and physician.
Edward Russell (born 1989) is a British Singaporean television presenter, host, and actor.
Edward Owen Giblin Shann (30 April 1884 – 23 May 1935, often written as E. O. G. Shann) was an Australian economist.
Edwin K. G. "Ed" Jaggard (born 1942) was an honorary professor at the Faculty of Education and Arts in the Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, who specialised in the study of local history and in the politics of Cornwall, UK in the 19th century.
Edwin Nadason Thumboo B.B.M. (born 22 November 1933) is a Singaporean poet and academic who is regarded as one of the pioneers of English literature in Singapore.
Eileen Alannah Joyce CMG (1 January 190825 March 1991) was an Australian pianist whose career spanned more than 30 years.
Eleanor Marion Bennett (born 4 February 1942) (née Scrymgeour) is an Australian botanist who was employed by the Western Australian Herbarium from 1965 to 1970.
Murdoch was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Western Australia.
The Electoral district of Nedlands is a Legislative Assembly electorate in the state of Western Australia.
Dame Elizabeth May Ramsay Couchman DBE (née Tannock; 19 April 1876 – 18 November 1982) was an Australian political activist.
Elizabeth Durack Clancy CMG, OBE (6 July 1915 – 25 May 2000) was a Western Australian artist and writer.
Elizabeth Hollingworth is a Trials Division justice at the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Monica Elizabeth Jolley AO (4 June 1923 – 13 February 2007) was an English-born writer who settled in Western Australia in the late 1950s and forged an illustrious literary career there.
Elizabeth Quay Bus Station, formerly the Esplanade Busport, is a Transperth bus station, located at the southern edge of the Perth CBD in Western Australia, next to the Perth Convention Exhibition Centre and Elizabeth Quay railway station.
Elizabeth P. Rakoczy (née Piroska E. Szepessy) is a Hungarian-born molecular ophthalmologist.
Elizabeth Marchant Truswell (also known as Elizabeth Kemp) is a former Chief Scientist at the Australian Geological Survey Organisation and is known for her application of recycled palynomorph distribution as an indicator of sub-ice geology.
Ella Azura Pardy (born 22 December 1990) is an Australian Para athlete who competes in the T38 100m, 200m and long jump.
Elspeth Probyn (born 1958) is an Australian academic.
Emily Harriet Pelloe (3 May 1878 – 15 April 1941) was a botanical illustrator, and author of books, of the flowering plants of Western Australia.
The Emu Brewery was a brewery in Perth, Western Australia, which traced its history to the first decade of the colony.
The Environmental Determinants of Islet Autoimmunity (ENDIA) Study is an Australian prospective pregnancy cohort study investigating the environmental triggers responsible for the autoimmune process that leads to type 1 diabetes.
Enid Derham (24 March 1882 – 13 November 1941, age 59) was an Australian poet and academic.
Eric Michael Heenan is a former justice of the Supreme Court of Western Australia, the highest ranking court in the Australian state of Western Australia.
Eric Stephen Ripper (born 13 September 1951) is a retired Australian politician.
Eric John Underwood AO, CBE (7 September 1905 – 19 August 1980) was an Australian scientist who pioneered research into sheep nutrition and wool production.
Eric William Gillett (1899 — 18 October 1987) was an Australian lawyer and university officer.
Erica Lee Smyth (born 25 March 1952) is a Western Australian geologist, senior mining executive and chair of uranium exploration company, Toro Energy.
Ernest Edgar "Ern" Henfry (24 July 1921 – 14 January 2007) was an Australian rules footballer who played for in the Western Australian National Football League (WANFL) and in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Sir Ernest William Titterton (4 March 1916 – 8 February 1990) was a British nuclear physicist.
Eskimo Joe is an Australian alternative rock band that was formed in 1997 by Stuart MacLeod, on lead guitar, Joel Quartermain, on drums and guitar, and Kavyen Temperley, on bass guitar and vocals, in East Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia.
Essays in French Literature and Culture is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal published by the University of Western Australia.
Estelle Blackburn (born 1 March 1950) is an Australian journalist who has played a crucial role in the review of some controversial criminal cases in Western Australia.
Eucalyptus chapmaniana, commonly known as the Bogong gum, is a small to medium-sized tree of montane and sub-alpine eastern Victoria and far south-eastern New South Wales.
Eucalyptus rhodantha, commonly known as the rose mallee, is an endangered plant endemic to Western Australia producing rose red flowers in the summer months.
Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) is a research management initiative of the Australian Rudd Government developed by the Australian Research Council (ARC).
Eynesbury Senior College is a private co-educational high school on Franklin Street in the city centre of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia.
Fama Diagne Sène (born 1969, Thiès) is a Senegalese writer.
The Farm Forestry Toolbox is a collection of computer programs, referred to as 'Tools', intended to be used by farm forest owners and managers to aid decision making.
Fay Gale AO (13 June 1932 – 3 May 2008) was an Australian cultural geographer and an emeritus professor.
Fay Zwicky (4 July 1933 – 2 July 2017) was an Australian poet, short-story writer, critic and academic primarily known for her autobiographical poem Kaddish, which deals with her identity as a Jewish writer.
The following events occurred in February 1916.
Fiona Juliet Stanley (born 1 August 1946) is an Australian epidemiologist noted for her public health work, and her research into child and maternal health, and birth disorders such as cerebral palsy.
Fiona Melanie Wood (born 2 February 1958) is a British-born plastic surgeon working in Perth, Western Australia.
Fionn McLoughlin (born 6 September 1982) is an Irish rugby union player.
In ranked-voting systems, a first-preference vote (or first preference, 1st preference, or primary vote) is the individual voter's first choice amongst (possibly) many.
Florence Eleanor Schonell (31 October 1902 – 22 May 1962) was a South African-born Australian educational scientist known for her work with children affected by cerebral palsy and dyslexia.
Forensic dentistry or forensic odontology is the application of dental knowledge to those criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system.
Formal Hall or Formal Meal is a meal held at some of the oldest universities in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland (as well as some other Commonwealth countries) at which students usually dress in formal attire and often gowns to dine.
The Fortune Playhouse was an historic theatre in London.
The Framingham Heart Study is a long-term, ongoing cardiovascular cohort study on residents of the city of Framingham, Massachusetts.
Sir Francis Theodore Page Burt (14 June 1918 – 8 September 2004) was an Australian jurist who served as the 11th Chief Justice of Western Australia, from 1977 to 1988, and the 29th Governor of Western Australia, from 1990 to 1993.
Francis John Sullivan (born 8 August 1956) is the CEO of the Catholic Church in Australia's Truth, Justice and Healing Council.
FV Hospital is the leading tertiary care provider in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Frank Broeze (18 August 1945 – 4 April 2001) was a Professor of History at the University of Western Australia.
Sir Frank Callaway AO CMG OBE (16 May 191922 February 2003) was an influential music educator and administrator.
Frank Hansford-Miller (26 November 1916 – 21 February 2008) was a politician and prolific author in both England and Australia.
Francis (Frank) Palmos (born 20 January 1940 in Melbourne, Victoria) a journalist, (25 May 1992) author, at the National Library of Australia and translator, who is best known for his work in South East Asia.
Frank Sherman Pyke (1 December 1941 – 22 November 2011) was an Australian sports scientist, educator, author, Australian rules footballer and sports administrator.
Frank Smith is a contemporary psycholinguist recognized for his contributions in linguistics and cognitive psychology, both nationally and internationally, over the past 35 years.
Frank Wilson, CMG (12 May 1859 – 7 December 1918), was the ninth Premier of Western Australia, serving on two separate occasions – from 1910 to 1911 and then again from 1916 to 1917.
Frederick Alexander (known primarily as Fred Alexander) (12 April 1899 – 1996) was an Australian historian who specialised in foreign affairs and policy.
Frederick Michael Chaney, AO (born 28 October 1941) is a former Australian politician who was deputy leader of the Liberal Party from 1989 to 1990 and served as a minister in the Fraser Government.
Frederick "Fred" Edmund Emery (27 August 1925 – 10 April 1997) was an Australian psychologist.
Frederick William "Fred" Humphreys (11 November 1907 – 3 September 1967) was an Australian government official and an amateur photographer and botanist whose work culminated in the posthumous publication of The Banksia Book, a book on Banksia.
Frederick Conrad James Lullfitz (22 January 1914 – 1983), known as Fred Lullfitz, was a Western Australian botanist and horticulturist.
Frederick Richard "Fred" White (6 February 1927 – 20 October 1973) was an Australian politician who served as a Country Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia from 1967 until his death.
Frederick Mills (1898 – 22 June 1949) was Chief Mechanical Engineer of the Western Australian Government Railways from 1940 until his death in 1949.
Sir William Frederick ("Freddy") Samson (12 January 1892 – 6 February 1974) was a businessman and long-term Mayor of Fremantle, Western Australia.
The Fungi of Australia form an enormous and phenomenally diverse group, occupying a huge range of freshwater, marine and terrestrial habitats with many ecological roles, for example as saprobes, parasites and mutualistic symbionts of algae, animals and plants, and as agents of biodeterioration.
Sir George Coutts Ligertwood (1888–1967), commonly referred to as G. C. Ligertwood, was a Judge of the Supreme Court of South Australia (12 July 1945–14 October 1958).
George Spencer-Brown (2 April 1923 – 25 August 2016) was an English polymath best known as the author of Laws of Form.
Gadis Arivia (born 8 September 1964) is an Indonesian feminist philosopher, lecturer, scholar, and activist.
Gahnia trifida (coastal saw-sedge) is a tussock-forming perennial in the family Cyperaceae, endemic to southern Australia.
Gail Jones (born 1955) is an Australian novelist and academic.
YBhg Dato' Gan Ee Kiang (born 23 June 1944 in Alma, Bukit Mertajam) is a Malaysian pharmacologist.
Garden City Shopping Centre (usually known as Garden City, Garbage City, Garbo or GC) is a major regional shopping centre in the city of Perth, Western Australia.
Sir Robert David Garrick Agnew, CBE (21 September 1930 – 3 August 1987) was an Australian competition swimmer and businessman.
Garry Kenneth Kelly (26 May 1948 – 11 July 2002) was an Australian politician who served as a Labor Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia from 1982 to 1993.
The GDC Observatory is an astronomical observatory dedicated to the exploration and science of the night sky.
The White-bellied frog (Geocrinia alba) is a small frog in the family Myobatrachidae.
The Orange-bellied Frog (Geocrinia vitellina) is a species of frog in the family Myobatrachidae.
Geoff Boyce (born 31 December 1981) is a field hockey player from Australia.
Geoffrey Ian Gallop AC (born 27 September 1951) is Professor and Director of the Graduate School of Government at the University of Sydney and former chairman of the Australian Republican Movement.
Geoffrey George Gibbs (25 November 1940 – 17 August 2006) was an Australian actor and acting teacher.
Geoffrey Royden "Geoff" Grewar (born 12 June 1932) is a former Australian politician who was a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1974 to 1983, representing the seat of Roe.
Geoff Hutchison is a Western Australian journalist who presents the Morning programme on 720 ABC Perth.
Geoffrey Curgenven Bolton (5 November 1931 – 4 September 2015) was an Australian historian, academic and writer.
Sir George Alexander Currie (13 August 18964 May 1984) was an agricultural scientist, university professor and administrator.
Sir George Montario Bedbrook, OBE (8 October 1921 – 6 October 1991) was an Australian medical doctor and surgeon, who was the driving force in creating the Australian Paralympic movement and the Commonwealth Paraplegic Games, and helped to found the FESPIC Games.
George Francis Bornemissza (born György Ferenc Bornemissza; 11 February 1924 – 10 April 2014) was a Hungarian-born entomologist and ecologist.
Samuel Ernest ("George") Cash, (born 12 September 1946 in Subiaco, Western Australia) is a former Australian politician.
George Courtney Benson (1886–1960) was an Australian painter, muralist and cartoonist, and an official war artist during World War I.
George Ned Grljusich (15 January 1939 – 6 November 2007) was an Australian sports journalist, commentator and former Australian rules footballer.
George Darvel Hill (16 June 1938 – 17 July 2017) was a New Zealand agronomist, naval reservist, justice of the peace and unionist.
George Kruger Gray (25 December 1880 – 2 May 1943) was an English artist, best remembered for his designs of coinage and stained glass windows.
George James Odgers (1916–2008) was an Australian soldier, journalist and military historian.
Georgius Pachymeres (Γεώργιος Παχυμέρης; 1242 – c. 1310), a Byzantine Greek historian, philosopher and miscellaneous writer.
George Randell (5 October 1830 – 2 June 1915) was an Australian businessman and politician.
George Seddon (23 April 1927 – 9 May 2007) was an Australian academic who held university chairs in a range of subjects.
Sir George Shenton (4 March 1842 – 29 June 1909) was a prominent businessman in colonial Western Australia, the first Mayor of Perth, and a Member of the Western Australian Legislative Council for over thirty years.
The George Szekeres Medal is awarded by the Australian Mathematical Society for outstanding research contributions over a fifteen-year period.
George Graham Winterton (15 December 1946 – 6 November 2008) was an Australian academic specialising in Australian constitutional law.
The Hon. Justice George Wright (1917–1975) was a judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
The Georges Matheron Lecture Series is sponsored by the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG) to honor the legacy of the French engineer Georges François Paul Marie Matheron, known as the founder of geostatistics and a co-founder (together with Jean Serra) of mathematical morphology.
Georgia Wilson (born 20 May 1996) is an Australian field hockey player.
Gerald Glynn O'Collins AC SJ is an Australian Jesuit priest, author, academic and educator.
Geraldine Frances Doogue (born 29 April 1952) is an Australian journalist and radio and television host.
Gilles E. Gignac is an Australian psychologist and senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Western Australia, known for his research on human intelligence and differential psychology.
Gillian Polack (born April 1961) is an Australian writer and editor working mainly in the field of speculative fiction.
The Gledden Building is an Art Deco office building in Perth, Western Australia.
Glenda Emilie Adams (née Felton; 30 December 1939 – 11 July 2007) was an Australian novelist and short story writer, probably best known as the winner of the 1987 Miles Franklin Award for Dancing on Coral.
Glenda Larke, born Glenyce Larke, is an Australian writer.
Gloria Faye Brennan (12 September 1948 – 2 November 1985) was an Aboriginal community leader and public servant from Western Australia, of Pindiini (Nyanganyatjara) descent.
Sir Gordon Freeth, KBE (6 August 191427 November 2001) was an Australian politician.
Gordon Leslie Hill (born 16 May 1951) is a former Australian politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1982 to 1994.
Gordon Stanley Reid AC (22 September 1923 – 26 October 1989) was an Australian academic who served as the 28th Governor of Western Australia.
Gordon F. Royle is a Professor at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of Western Australia.
Gordon Stephenson (1908–1997) was a British-born town planner and architect.
Give Our Strays A Chance (Acronym GOSAC) is an organisation founded by a West Australian 10 year old boy Dean Morris, for the purpose of raising awareness of animal rescue and raising donations for animal shelters and pounds.
Governor Stirling Senior High School (GSSHS) is a secondary education facility from years 7 to 12 located in Woodbridge, Western Australia, providing both vocational and tertiary entrance education.
Grace Sydney Vaughan (née Ingram; 1 April 1922 – 21 January 1984) was an Australian politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia from 1974 to 1980.
Gracie Gilbert (born 20 October 1992) is an Australian actress, best known for her role as Tammy Lane in the Fox8 teen drama series, SLiDE, as Vicki in Lockie Leonard, and as Annie in Love Child.
The Graduate Australian Medical School Admissions Test (more commonly known as the GAMSAT) is a test used to select candidates applying to study medicine, dentistry, optometry, physiotherapy, podiatry, pharmacy and veterinary science at Australian, British, and Irish universities for admission to their Graduate Entry Programmes (candidates must have a recognised bachelor's degree, or equivalent, completed prior to commencement of the degree).
The Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA) is the nationally recognised umbrella Professional Association for graduates having MBA, DBA and other postgraduate business management qualifications in Australia.
Graeme Donald Snooks (born 1944 in Perth, Western Australia) is a systems theorist and stratologist who has developed a general dynamic theory to explain complex living systems.
Graham Andrew Colditz MD, DrPH (born 1 November 1954) is a chronic disease epidemiologist and inaugural Niess-Gain Professor at Washington University School of Medicine, where he is Associate Director for Prevention and Control at the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center.
Graham Gibson Jacobs (born 8 November 1949) is an Australian politician.
Graham Vivian Marsh MBE (born 14 January 1944) was one of the leading Australian professional golfers of his generation.
Graham Wood (15 September 1971 – 19 July 2017) was an Australian jazz pianist and educator.
The Gravity Discovery Centre and GDC-Observatory Gingin is a "hands-on" science education centre, situated on the site of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory, near Gingin, north of Perth, Western Australia.
The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system composed of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for over over an area of approximately.
The Great Southern Reef (GSR) is a system of interconnected temperate rocky reefs near the southern coast of Australia.
Gregory John Donnelly is an Australian politician, a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council since 2005, representing the Australian Labor Party.
Greg Egan (born 20 August 1961) is an Australian science fiction writer.
Gregory Laurence Moriarty (born 4 April 1964) is a senior Australian public servant and diplomat, and the current Secretary of the Department of Defence since 4 September 2017.
Gregory John Keighery is an Australian botanist.
Greta Scacchi (born 18 February 1960) is an Italian-Australian actress known for her roles in the films White Mischief, Presumed Innocent, The Player and Looking for Alibrandi.
Gretta Louw is a multi-disciplinary artist working predominantly with digital media and networked performance.
The Group of Eight (Go8) is a coalition of world-leading research intensive Australian universities.
Herbert Cole "Nugget" Coombs (24 February 1906 – 29 October 1997) was an Australian economist and public servant.
Hal Gibson Pateshall Colebatch (born 7 October 1945), also known as Hal G. P. Colebatch and Hal Colebatch is an Australian author, poet, lecturer, journalist, editor, and lawyer.
Tan Sri Hamdan Mohamad is one of several Bumiputera businessmen who spearheaded Malaysian companies to overseas nations.
The Hannan Medal in the Mathematical Sciences is awarded every two years by the Australian Academy of Science to recognize achievements by Australians in the fields of pure mathematics, applied and computational mathematics, and statistical science.
Harald J.W. Mueller-Kirsten (born 1935) is a German Theoretical Physicist.
Rear Admiral Harold Hyam Glass (21 August 1918 – 29 March 1989) was an Australian judge and naval officer.
Sir Harold Walter Bailey, FBA (16 December 1899 – 11 January 1996), who published as H. W. Bailey, was an eminent English scholar of Khotanese, Sanskrit, and the comparative study of Iranian languages.
Harry C. J. Phillips,, (born Subiaco, 2 February 1943), is a leading political and civic education advocate and political commentator in Western Australia.
Harry Lawson Webster Levy-Lawson, 1st Viscount Burnham, GCMG, CH, TD, JP, DL, (18 December 1862 – 20 July 1933) was a British newspaper proprietor.
Harry Lindgren (1912–1992) was a British/Australian engineer, linguist and amateur mathematician.
The Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research is a medical research centre based in Perth, Western Australia.
Harry Scoble (born 12 November 1994) is an Australian rugby union footballer who currently plays as a hooker for the in the international Super Rugby competition.
is a Japanese religious leader and a businessman.
Tudor Harvey Barnett (25 December 1925 – 23 June 1995) was an Australian intelligence officer who was Director-General of Security, the head of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), from 1981 to 1985.
Hazlina Abdul Halim (born on the 17 February 1985) is a Singaporean television presenter, journalist, news reader and radio announcer.
Hebeloma aminophilum, commonly known as the ghoul fungus, is a species of mushroom in the Hymenogastraceae family.
Helen Trinca is an Australian journalist and author.
Hendy John Cowan, (born 25 April 1943), is a former Deputy Premier of Western Australia.
Henrietta Drake-Brockman (27 July 1901 – 8 March 1968) was an Australian journalist and novelist.
Sir Henry Briggs (17 March 1844 – 8 June 1919), Australian politician, was a Member of the Western Australian Legislative Council for 23 years, and its President for 13 years.
Henry Trigg (1791–1882) was the Superintendent of Public Works in Western Australia from 1839 to 1851 and founder of the Congregational Church in Perth.
Rufus Henry Underwood (31 December 1863 – 8 October 1945), better known as Henry Underwood, was an Australian politician who represented the Western Australian Legislative Assembly seat of Pilbara from 1906 until 1924.
Herbert John Goodes was a senior Australian public servant and policymaker.
Herbert John Yelland (27 February 1878 – 22 May 1962) was a Member of the Western Australian Legislative Council from 1924 to 1936.
This page combines data from a dozen written reference books about Australian heritage gardens, from 200 years of garden heritage.
The Higher Education Support Act (HESA) 2003 codifies the existing aims of universities, recognises the status Universities of Australia in law, and introduces measures to strengthen Australia’s knowledge base.
Hillson Beasley (30 April 1855 – 7 October 1936) was an English-trained architect who relocated to Australia, executing his major buildings in Melbourne (1886–96) and Perth (1896–1917).
The Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia is a volume emanating from the Centre for Western Australian History at the University of Western Australia.
The History of Australia refers to the history of the area and people of the Commonwealth of Australia and its preceding Indigenous and colonial societies.
The history of Australia from 1901–1945 begins with the federation of the six colonies to create the Commonwealth of Australia.
The history of broadcasting in Australia has been shaped for over a century by the problem of communication across long distances, coupled with a strong base in a wealthy society with a deep taste for aural communications in a silent landscape.
The city of Perth in Western Australia was named by Captain James Stirling in 1829 after Perth, Scotland, in honour of the birthplace and parliamentary seat in the British House of Commons of Sir George Murray, Secretary of State for War and the Colonies.
The human history of Western Australia commenced between 40,000 and 60,000 years ago with the arrival of Indigenous Australians on the northwest coast.
Holly Ransom (born 7 February 1990) is chief executive of Emergent, a consultancy which specialises in marketing to millennials, a director of Port Adelaide Football Club and a trustee of The Prince's Charities Australia.
Hollywood Private Hospital (Hollywood) is an acute care hospital located in Nedlands, Western Australia.
"Homecoming" is a 1968 poem by Bruce Dawe.
Horace Waring (17 December 1910 – 9 August 1980) was an English/Australian zoologist, winner of the Clarke Medal of the Royal Society of New South Wales in 1962.
Hossein Valamanesh (born Tehran, Iran, 1949) is an Australian contemporary artist.
How to know Western Australian wildflowers is a series of books that provide illustrated keys to the vascular flora of the southern half of Western Australia.
Howard William Olney AM QC (born 7 October 1934) is the Australian Aboriginal Lands Commissioner.
Howard Park Wines are Margaret River and Great Southern wine specialists and a family-owned winery owned by the Burch family, which is responsible for such brands as Howard Park, MadFish, and Marchand & Burch.
Howard Taylor AM (29 August 1918 – 19 July 2001) was a painter, potter, graphic artist and teacher of art in Perth, Western Australia.
Howlett and Bailey Architects was founded by Jeffrey Howlett and Donald Bailey in 1960, in Perth, Western Australia.
Hugh Norman Guthrie (2 July 1910 – 28 January 2000) was an Australian politician who was a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1959 to 1971, representing the seat of Subiaco.
Hugo M. Rietveld (7 March 1932 – 16 July 2016) was a Dutch crystallographer who is famous for his publication on the full profile refinement method in powder diffraction, which became later known as the Rietveld refinement method.
Ian Christopher Alexander (born 14 April 1947) is a former Australian politician who was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1987 to 1993, representing the seat of Perth.
Ian Bateman OBE FRSA FRSB (born 1961) is a Professor of Environmental Economics at the at the University of Exeter.
Ian Jeffrey Constable AO is an Australian ophthalmologist and the founder and director of the Lions Eye Institute in Perth, Western Australia.
The Ian Constable Lecture is an annual lecture given in Perth, Western Australia.
Ian Gordon Combe George AO (born 12 August 1934) was the third Archbishop of Adelaide and Metropolitan of South Australia from 1991 to 2004.
Ian James Laurance (born 30 April 1940) is a former Australian politician who was a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1974 to 1987, representing the seat of Gascoyne.
Ian George Medcalf AO ED QC (12 July 1918 – 1 May 2011) was an Australian politician who was a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia from 1968 to 1986.
Ian Oswald (4 August 1929 – 25 April 2012) was a sleep researcher and psychiatrist.
Ian Douglas Temby (born 5 May 1942) is an Australian barrister.
The IBM System/360 (S/360) is a family of mainframe computer systems that was announced by IBM on April 7, 1964, and delivered between 1965 and 1978.
Iluka Resources is an Australian-based resources company, specialising in mineral sands exploration, project development, operations and marketing. Iluka is the largest producer of zircon and titanium dioxide-derived rutile and synthetic rutile globally. Iluka mines heavy mineral sands and separates the concentrate into its individual mineral constituents rutile, ilmenite, and zircon. Some of the ilmenite is then processed into synthetic rutile. Iluka has operations in the Australian states of Western Australia (Eucla and Perth Basins), Victoria and New South Wales (Murray Basin), the United States (Virginia) and Sierra Leone.
The immune cycle is a natural homeostatic oscillation of the immune system when chronic inflammation is occurring.
Integrated human studies is an emerging educational field that equips people with knowledge and competencies across a range of disciplines to enable them to address the challenges facing human beings this century.
The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (or ICRAR) is an international centre of excellence in astronomical science and technology, launched in 2009 as a joint venture between Curtin University and the University of Western Australia.
The International Conference on Indian Ocean Studies was an international symposium held in Perth, Western Australia in 1979 and 1984.
The International Energy Centre (IEC) is a collaborative initiative established by three of Australia's leading universities (University of Western Australia, University of Newcastle and University of Queensland), and foundation industry member Glencore Xstrata.
The Australian Intervarsity Choral Festival is an annual event in which members of university choirs from all state capitals of Australia and the national capital Canberra meet for two weeks to rehearse, socialise and perform combined concerts.
InterVarsity Hockey refers to Field Hockey competitions in Australia between rival universities, dating back to 1908.
Irene Greenwood (9 December 1898 - 14 April 1992) was an Australian radio broadcaster and feminist and peace activist.
The unstoppable force paradox, also called the irresistible force paradox, shield and spear paradox, is a classic paradox formulated as "What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?" The immovable object and the unstoppable force are both implicitly assumed to be indestructible, or else the question would have a trivial resolution.
Irwin Lewis (born 21 April 1939 in Morawa, Western Australia) is an indigenous Australian artist, who was previously a notable scholar, sportsman and public servant.
The Ishango bone is a bone tool, dated to the Upper Paleolithic era.
iVEC was the government-supported high-performance computing national facility located in Perth, Western Australia.
John Eric Rayner Staddon is a British-born American psychobiologist known for experimental and theoretical research on interval timing, Skinnerian "superstition," and behavioral economics (optimality) in rats, pigeons, and fish—and people.
Jabberwocky, an adult pantomime by Andrew Kay, Malcolm Middleton and Peter Phillips, is a musical based on the English poem of the same name by Lewis Carroll.
The Jaburara ('Northerners') were an Indigenous Australian people who once lived about the Pilbara region of Western Australia and the Dampier Archipelago.
John Walter Rutherford (born 25 September 1929, Bruce Rock, Western Australia) is an Australian cricketer who played in one Test in 1956–57.
Jakob Brøchner Madsen (born in Randers, Denmark) is an economist, professor and former financial analyst and deputy chief economist (Bank of Jutland).
James Gair Cameron (born 31 January 1986, Harare, Zimbabwe) is a Zimbabwean cricketer, a left-handed batsman and right-arm medium-pace bowler.
James Charles Cavanagh (1874 – 6 May 1957) was an Australian architect, primarily known for his work in Western Australia and Queensland.
Sir James Winter Cruthers (20 December 1924 – 13 October 2015) was an Australian business executive and philanthropist.
James Andrew del Piano (1916 - 1981) was an Australian businessman and civic leader.
James Joshua Edelman (born 9 January 1974) has been a justice of the High Court of Australia since 30 January 2017, and is a former justice of the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
James Gordon Hislop (14 August 1895 – 4 May 1972) was an Australian doctor and politician who was a member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia from 1941 to 1971, representing Metropolitan Province.
James MacCallum Smith (26 April 1868 – 6 August 1939) was an Australian politician, newspaper proprietor and stock breeder.
Sir James Alexander McCusker (2 December 1913 – 30 September 1994) was a prominent Australian financial services industry figure and philanthropist during the 20th century.
James Pearson is a former diplomat and business advocate who is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Australia’s largest business advocacy network.
Air Marshal Sir James Anthony (Jim) Rowland, (1 November 1922 – 27 May 1999) was a senior commander in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), serving as Chief of the Air Staff (CAS) from 1975 to 1979.
James William Govett (1910 – 11 July 1998) was an Australian impressionist who worked mostly in watercolor and oil, focusing on landscapes and portraits.
Jane Elizabeth den Hollander is an Australian university administrator and the sixth Vice-Chancellor of Deakin University.
Jane Moran (born 6 June 1985) is a millennial Australian water polo player.
Jane Davidson took up the role of Professor of Creative and Performing Arts (Music) at The University of Melbourne in 2014.
Janet Holmes à Court, AC, HonFAHA, HonFAIB (born Janet Lee Ranford on 29 November 1943 in Perth, Western Australia) is an Australian businesswoman, philanthropist, and one of Australia's wealthiest women.
Janine Murray (born 10 March 1990) is a Zimbabwean born Australian rhythmic gymnast.
Prof. Mgr. Jaroslav Miller, M.A., Ph.D. (born 8 January 1971) is a professor of history and rector at Palacký University in Olomouc.
Jarrad Seng (born 2 February 1988) is an Australian photographer and filmmaker.
Jason Keng-Kwin Chan (born December 1, 1971) is a Malaysian-born Australian actor best known for his role as Cameron Watanabe, the Green Samurai Ranger in Power Rangers: Ninja Storm.
Senior Justice Javed Iqbal (born 1 August 1946) is the Charirman of National Accountability Bureau, a federal institution responsible to build efforts against corruption and economic terrorism.
Jawahir Thontowi was born in West Java, on 8 September 1956.
Jaye Amber Radisich (29 March 1976 – 17 March 2012) was an Australian politician.
The JC Williamson Award (formally known as the James Cassius Williamson Award), in honour of actor and theatre manager James Cassius Williamson, is a lifetime achievement award presented by Live Performance Australia (LPA) since 1998 in recognition of "individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the Australian live entertainment and performing arts industry and shaped the future of our industry for the better", and is the highest honour the LPA can bestow.
Lady Jean Brodie-Hall (Verschuer) AM FAILA (born 1925) is a founding member of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects and had a long and distinguished career as a landscape architect in Western Australia before her retirement in 1981.
Jeannette Délali Ahonsou (born 1954 in Lavie, Togo) is a Togolese novelist.
Jedox client–server software is used to create business intelligence and performance management solutions for systematic data analysis.
Jeffrey Phillip "Jeff" Carr (born 29 April 1944) is a former Australian politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1974 to 1991, representing the seat of Geraldton.
Jeffrey Travis Andrew "Jeff" Phillips (born November 1948) is an Australian TV show host, personality, musical theatre actor and pop singer active from 1966 to the early 1990s.
Jeffrey Robert Thomson (born 16 August 1950) is a former Australian cricketer.
Tan Sri Dato' Seri Dr. Jeffrey Cheah Fook Ling (Hakka Chinese) is the founder and current chairman of the Sunway Group, a Malaysian conglomerate operating in 12 industries with core businesses in property and construction.
Jeffrey Howlett (1928–2005) was a Western Australian modernist architect.
Jenefer Blackwell is a Professor of Molecular Parasitology at the Telethon Kids Institute in the University of Western Australia.
Jennifer Joan Fowler (born 14 April 1939) is a British composer of Australian birth.
Jeremy Allanson is a justice of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Jerome Ehlers (20 December 1958 – 9 August 2014) was an Australian actor and writer.
Jerzy Krupka is a Polish computer scientist who works at both Warsaw University of Technology and University of Western Australia.
Professor Jessica Meeuwig is the inaugural director of the Centre for Marine Futures at the University of Western Australia.
Jillian Margaret Birt (born in Tambellup), is an Australian rock musician and architect.
Jill Milroy is an Australian Aboriginal academic specialising in traditional forms of knowledge, including storytelling.
James Edward "Jim" Macartney (15 July 1911 – 21 September 1977) was an Australian newspaper editor and executive from Perth, Western Australia.
James Andrew McGinty, AM (born 22 September 1949) is a former Western Australian politician.
Jim Middleton is a senior advisor to South Australian Senator Tim Storer.
Joan Elizabeth London (born 24 July 1948) is an Australian author of short stories, screenplays and novels.
Joan Tully (née Hearman; 9 September 1907 – 11 June 1973) was an Australian agricultural scientist and academic.
Joanna Miriam Hewitt (born 1 May 1949) is a former senior Australian public servant and policymaker.
Joanne Nova is an Australian science writer, blogger, and speaker.
Jocelynne Annette Scutt AO (born 8 June 1947) is an Australian feminist lawyer, writer and commentator.
Joseph Max Berinson (7 January 1932 – 2 June 2018) was an Australian politician who represented the Australian Labor Party (ALP) in the Australian House of Representatives and the Western Australian Legislative Council.
Joel Quartermain (19 January 1977), born in Kew, Melbourne, Victoria, is the guitarist, back-up singer, recording drummer and pianist of the Australian band Eskimo Joe.
John Albert Long (born 1957) is an Australian paleontologist who is currently Strategic Professor in Palaeontology at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia.
John Anthony Randoll Blacking (1928 – 1990) was a British ethnomusicologist and social anthropologist.
John Bloomfield AM (born 12 December 1932) is a leading Australian sport and sport science academic and author.
John Bryson AM (born 25 December 1935 in Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian author and former lawyer. He has written works of fiction, biography and non-fiction.
John Anthony Chaney (born 26 February 1953) is justice of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and President of the Western Australian State Administrative Tribunal.
Lieutenant General Henry John Coates (born 28 December 1932) is a former senior officer in the Australian Army who served as Chief of the General Staff from 1990 to 1992.
Dr John Richard Coulter (born 3 December 1930) is an Australian medical researcher and former politician.
John Alexander Cowdell (born 24 May 1953) is a former Australian politician.
John Royds Culshaw OBE (28 May 192427 April 1980) was a pioneering English classical record producer for Decca Records.
John Cunningham Wood (born 1952) is an Australian economist, author, and the Chief Executive Officer of the University Division at Navitas, known as series editor of the "Critical Assessment of Leading Economists" series of Taylor & Francis.
John Sydney "Joe" Dawkins, AO (born 2 March 1947), Australian politician, was Treasurer in the Keating Labor government from December 1991 to December 1993.
John Howard Dadley Day (born 24 December 1955) is an Australian politician.
Sir John Patrick (Jack) Dwyer KCMG (24 June 1879 – 25 August 1966) was Chief Justice and Lieutenant Governor of the State of Western Australia from 1945 to 1959.
John Albert Exton (28 March 1933 – 13 September 2009) was a British composer of classical music.
John G. Hartnett (born 24 March 1952 in Manjimup, Western Australia), is an Australian young Earth creationist and cosmologist.
John Anthony Hay, AC (21 September 1942 – 3 November 2016) was an Australian academic.
John Martin Hyde (born 2 February 1936) is a former Australian politician.
Robert John Inverarity (born 31 January 1944) is a former Australian cricketer who played six Test matches for Australia.
John Joseph Jones (1930–2000) was a British and Australian poet, folk singer, musician, playwright, and theatre director.
Sir John Frank Charles Kingman (born 28 August 1939) is a British mathematician.
Sir John Waters Kirwan, KCMG (2 December 1869 – 9 September 1949) was the President of the Western Australian Legislative Council and first Federal member for Kalgoorlie in the Australian House of Representatives.
John Charles Kobelke (born 30 June 1949 in Mount Lawley, Western Australia) is a former Australian politician.
John Andrew La Nauze (9 June 1911 – 20 August 1990) was an Australian historian from Western Australia.
John Roderick McKechnie QC (born 1 November 1950) is a Justice of the Supreme Court of Western Australia, the highest ranking court in the Australian State of Western Australia, and previously served as the State's first Director of Public Prosecutions.
John O. Limb is an Australian engineer, known for fundamental contributions to the development of digital video communications and holder of a series of patents related to computer communications.
John Oldham (1907–1999) at Subiaco, Western Australia) was a landscape architect in Western Australia. Oldham a pioneer of landscape architecture in Australia, and his journalist wife Ray were founding members of the National Trust (WA) and were prominent in the fight to save some of WA’s iconic buildings during the 1960s and 1970s.
John C. Phillips is a Professor of Law at King’s College London School of Law.
John Robert Quigley (born 1 December 1948) is an Australian barrister, solicitor and politician in Western Australia.
John Bell Read (born 10 June 1939) is a former Australian politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1983 to 1989, representing the seat of Mandurah.
John Robert de Laeter, AO, FTSE, FAIP (3 May 193316 August 2010) was an Australian scientist with a distinguished career across several fields in nuclear physics, cosmochemistry, geochronology, isotope geochemistry.
John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School (JSRACS or JSR) is a dual-campus, co-educational private school in Perth, Western Australia named after the notable West Australian and first Surveyor-General of Western Australia, John Septimus Roe.
John Leslie Toohey, AC, QC (4 March 1930 – 9 April 2015) was an Australian judge who was a Justice of the High Court of Australia from 1987 to 1998.
John Ernest Tranter (born 29 April 1943) is an Australian poet, publisher and editor.
John Robert Troy (born 23 September 1941) was an Australian politician, and a member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 1977 until 1980 representing the seat of Fremantle.
John Weckert (BA – University of Adelaide, Graduate Diploma in Computer Science – La Trobe University, Master of Arts – La Trobe University, Doctor of Philosophy – University of Melbourne) is an Australian philosopher who has been an influential figure in, and substantial contributor to the field of information and computer ethics.
John Welborn (born 8 September 1970) is a former Australian rugby union player, who plays at the lock position.
John Murray Wheeldon (9 August 192924 May 2006) was an Australian federal politician and briefly a minister.
Sir John Winthrop Hackett Senior KCMG (4 February 184819 February 1916), generally known as "Winthrop Hackett", was a proprietor and editor of several newspapers in Western Australia, a politician and a University chancellor.
Jon Doust is a comedian, writer, novelist and professional speaker from Western Australia.
Jonathan Robert "Jon" Ford (born 11 August 1958) is an Australian politician.
Jonathan Carapetis (born 1961) is an Australian paediatric physician with particular expertise in infectious disease and Indigenous child health.
Joondalup is a regional metropolitan city within Perth, Western Australia, approximately north of Perth's central business district (CBD).
The Joondalup Family Health Study (JFHS) will be an extensively characterized, community-based cohort study, which will investigate the complex interplay of environmental, lifestyle and genetic components that affect the risk of common conditions such as asthma, heart disease and diabetes.
is a writer and academic from the Philippines.
Joseph Nolan (born 3 May 1974) is an English-born Australian organist and conductor.
Josephine Wilson is an Australian writer and academic.
Joshua Patrick Mangan (born 15 January 1986) is an Australian cricketer.
Judith A. Boss is a scholar and author of several college textbooks with McGraw-Hill Education, including THiNK, Ethics for Life, and Analyzing Moral Issues.
Judith Mary Edwards (born 10 April 1955) in Beverley, Western Australia is an Australian politician.
Judyth Watson (born 8 March 1940) is an Australian former politician.
Julian Fletcher Grill (born 15 May 1940) is an Australian former politician.
Dr Julian Ralph Ford (3 November 1932 – 31 January 1987) was an Australian chemist and ornithologist.
Juliet Ann Wege (born 1971 in Western Australia) is an Australian botanist.
Juliette Blevins is an American linguist whose work has contributed to the fields of phonology, phonetics, historical linguistics, and typology.
Margaret June Craig AM (née Lynn; born 8 December 1930) is a former Australian politician who was a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1974 to 1983, representing the seat of Wellington.
Justin Di Lollo is a public figure in the Australian government relations and public-affairs consulting industry.
Kai Brodersen (born 6 June 1958) is a contemporary ancient historian and classicist on the faculty of the University of Erfurt.
The Karajarri are an Indigenous Australian people, who once lived southwest of the Kimberleys in the northern Pilbara, predominantly between the coastal area and the Great Sandy Desert.
Kardinya is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Melville.
Karen Ruth Alexander (born 1948) is an Australian environmentalist who was one of the founding members of The Wilderness Society.
The Karrakatta Club is a women's club in Perth, Western Australia.
Karrinyup Shopping Centre is a shopping centre, located in Karrinyup, a suburb of Perth, that was established in 1973.
Catherine Esther Doust (born 27 May 1962) is an Australian politician who has been a Labor Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia since 2001, representing South Metropolitan Region.
Kate Wilmot is an Anglican bishop in Australia.
Katharine Brisbane AM (born 7 January 1932) is an Australian journalist and publisher, well known for her writings as a theatre critic.
Kelly Rattigan is an Australian architect and the founding managing director of Formworks Architecture.
Kenneth Charles Freeman (born 27 August 1940) is an Australian astronomer and astrophysicist who is currently Duffield Professor of Astronomy in the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the Mount Stromlo Observatory of the Australian National University in Canberra.
Kenneth Comninos Michael (born 12 April 1938), a civil engineer, is an Australian academic and former public servant who was the 30th Governor of Western Australia, serving from 2006 to 2011.
Kenelm Oswald Lancelot Burridge (born October 31, 1922 in Malta) is an anthropologist.
Kenneth Joseph Kenafick (11 April 1904 – 26 January 1982), also known by the pseudonyms James Kennedy and Leo Conon, was an Australian poet, author and anti-conscription campaigner.
Kerry Hill AO (born 1943) is an Australian architect who has specialised in hotel design in tropical Asia.
Kerry Gaye Sanderson (née Smith; born 21 December 1950) is an Australian businesswoman and senior public servant, who was the 32nd Governor of Western Australia, in office from 20 October 2014 to 1 May 2018.
Kevin Richard Parker (born 20 January 1986) is an Australian singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer, best known for being the frontman, vocalist, and guitarist of the Australian psychedelic rock band Tame Impala, for which he writes, records, and produces the music.
Kevon Keston Cooper (born 2 February 1989) is a cricketer from Trinidad and Tobago.
Kezia Dorcas Tibisay Purick (born 12 May 1958) is an Australian politician.
Kim Christian Beazley, AC (born 14 December 1948), is the Governor of Western Australia and former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia and Leader of the Opposition.
Kim Edward Beazley (30 September 1917 – 12 October 2007) was an Australian politician who served as a member of the House of Representatives from 1945 to 1977, representing the Labor Party.
Kim Desmond Hames (born 24 March 1953) is an Australian politician who was a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1993 to 2001 and from 2005 to 2017.
The Kingdom of Lochac is one of twenty "Kingdoms" or regions, of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) - an international organization dedicated to researching and recreating aspects of the Middle Ages.
Kira O'Reilly is a performance artist based in the UK.
Knowledge Unlatched (KU) is an award-winning open access service provider registered as GmbH in Berlin, Germany.
, abbreviated to, is a private non-sectarian liberal arts college located in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo, Japan.
A kugel fountain (also called a "floating" sphere fountain or by the pleonasmic name kugel ball) is a water feature or sculpture where a sphere sits in a fitted hollow in a pedestal, and is supported by aquaplaning on a thin film of water.
Kwongan is an ecoregion found in south-western Western Australia.
Ladislav Mucina is an influential vegetation scientist and Professor and Iluka Chair of Vegetation Science and Biogeography at the School of Biological Science of The University of Western Australia in Perth.
Laura Sandra MacFarlane (also credited as Lora MacFarlane) is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and audio engineer.
Laurel Nannup is a Noongar artist who was born in Carrolup, in 1943, Western Australia.
The LAWASIA International Moot Competition ("LAWASIA Moot") is an annual international moot court competition that is organised by LAWASIA, an international organisation mainly comprising bar associations, lawyers, judges, and academics through the LAWASIA Moot Standing Committee.
Sir Lawrence Walter Jackson KCMG (1914 – 5 June 1993) was a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Legal education is the education of individuals in the principles, practices, and theory of law.
Leonard Peter "Len" Vlahov (29 June 1940 – 24 February 1997) was an Australian track and field athlete who specialised in the discus.
Leonard Michael Collard (born 24 December 1959) is a Noongar elder, professor and Australian Research Council chief investigator at the School of Indigenous Studies University of Western Australia.
Leslie Rees (1905–2000) was an Australian author and writer for children who was born and raised in Perth Western Australia.
Lesmurdie Senior High School is a public high school in Lesmurdie, Western Australia.
Alexander "Lex" Watson, (29 January 1943 – 6 May 2014), was an Australian LGBT rights activist, historian and political scientist.
The Liberal Movement (LM) was a South Australian political party in the 1970s.
The Libertarian Party of Australia was a minor Australian political party that contested the 1983 federal election.
The LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC) is a scientific collaboration of international physics institutes and research groups dedicated to the search for gravitational waves.
Limnodynastes dorsalis is a frog species from the family Myobatrachidae.
Lincoln Street Ventilation Stack is located at 57 Lincoln Street, at its intersection with Smith Street, Highgate, Western Australia.
Linda Rosemary Savage is a lawyer and former Australian politician.
Lindsay Boyd Collins (19 February 1944 – 2 September 2015) was an Australian marine geologist and sedimentologist, a faculty member in the department of applied geology at Curtin University in Western Australia.
Lindsay Vickery (born 1965) is an Australian composer and performer.
Lindy Hume is an Australian opera and festival director, who has worked throughout Australia and internationally.
The LINGUIST List is a major online resource for the academic field of linguistics.
linux.conf.au (often abbreviated as lca) is Australasia's regional Linux and Open Source conference.
The Lions Eye Institute (LEI) is an Australian medical research institute affiliated with the University of Western Australia.
This article, List of agricultural universities and colleges, lists agricultural universities and colleges around the world, by continent and country.
This is a list of architecture schools at colleges and universities around the world.
The following is a list of notable Australian archaeologists well-known individuals with a large body of published work or notable research.
This is a list of Australian architects.
This list of Australian universities by annual revenue contains the public universities in Australia with revenue in Australian dollars.
A list of Australian university leaders, current Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors/Presidents are given (as at 2 March 2018).
The following is a list of currently active amateur or professional open baseball teams in Australia.
Bus routes in Perth, Western Australia are operated under the brand Transperth.
The following is a list of business schools in Australia organised by state.
This is a list of clock towers by location.
This is a list of college towns, residential areas (towns, districts, etc.) dominated by its academic population.
This is a list of Companions of the Order of Australia.
This is a list of significant earthquakes recorded within Australia and its territories.
This is list of institutions accredited by the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) as at 2010.
This is the list of the Formula SAE winners.
This is a list of heritage buildings in Perth, Western Australia, a district occupied by British settlers in 1829 and originally named the Swan River Colony.
This list of King's College London alumni comprises notable graduates as well as non-graduate former, and current, students.
There have been 48 men and five women who have been appointed as Justices of the High Court of Australia.
There are currently 38 law schools in Australia.
The following is a list of libraries in Australia.
The following is a list of Nobel Prize laureates by secondary school affiliation.
This list of Nobel laureates by university affiliation shows comprehensively the university affiliations of individual winners of the Nobel Prize and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences since 1901 (as of 2017, 892 individual laureates in total).
This page is the extension of the main page '''List of Nobel laureates by university affiliation'''.
Octagon buildings and structures are characterized by an octagonal plan form, whether a perfect geometric octagon or a regular eight-sided polygon with approximately equal sides.
During her many visits to Australia, Queen Elizabeth II has opened sessions of parliament and unveiled various buildings, venues and other things.
List of notable Old Aquinians, who were students of Aquinas College Perth & Christian Brothers College, Perth (1894–1937, see List of Old Boys of Trinity College, Perth for period 1938–1961).
This is a list of Old Boys of Christ Church Grammar School, they being notable former students of Christ Church Grammar School, an Anglican Church school in Claremont, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
This is a List of notable Old Boys of The Scots College, they being notable former students - known as "Old Boys" of the Presbyterian Church school, The Scots College in Bellevue Hill, New South Wales, Australia.
List of notable Trinitarians, who were former students of Trinity College Perth, CBC Perth (1938-1961, see List of Old Aquinians for the period 1894-1937), & St Patrick's Boy School, Perth (1878-1963).
This is a list of Old Guildfordians, they being notable former students of Guildford Grammar School, an Anglican Church school in Guildford, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
This is a List of notable Old Newingtonians, alumni of the GPS Uniting Church school Newington College in Sydney, Australia.
This is a list of Old Scotch Collegians, who are notable former students of Scotch College in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
This is a list of present-day cities by the time period over which they have been continuously inhabited.
This article contains a list of the oldest existing universities in continuous operation in the world.
This list of people associated with the London School of Economics includes notable alumni, non-graduates, academics and administrators affiliated with the London School of Economics and Political Science.
This is a list of Perth Modernians, the notable alumni of Perth Modern School, an academically-selective co-educational public high school located in Subiaco, an inner city suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
This article is a list of pharmacy schools by country.
The Prime Ministers of Australia have attended a variety of different educational institutions.
This is a list of public art on permanent public display in Perth and other locations in Western Australia.
The Houtman Abrolhos, an island chain off the coast of Western Australia, is recognised as containing 24 terrestrial reptile species, plus the marine Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) which is often observed in large numbers near shore.
The Recherché Archipelago, a large island group off the southern coast of Western Australia, is recognised as containing 22 terrestrial reptile species.
This is a list of reptiles of Western Australia.
This is a list of residential colleges at various college campuses.
A list of Rhodes Scholars, covering notable people who are Rhodes Scholarship recipients, sorted by year and surname.
A list of rowing clubs in Australia, sorted by Rowing Australia member association regions.
This is a list of schools with dedicated or teaching programs in international relations.
Universities and other institutions in many parts of the world offer qualifications in landscape architecture.
A school of mines (or mining school) is a term used for many engineering schools established in the 18th and 19th centuries that originally focused on mining engineering and applied science.
This is a list of prominent Senegalese authors (by surname).
This is a list of colleges and universities identified as having smoke-free campus policies.
This article details how the names of the streets in Crawley and Nedlands, Western Australia evolved along with the variations in use.
Listed are student publications in Australia.
This is a list of organizations involved in research in or advocacy of tribology, the scientific and engineering discipline related to friction, lubrication and wear.
There are 43 universities in Australia: 40 public universities, two international universities, and one private university.
This is a comprehensive list of all universities in Australia by total university enrollment.
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This is an incomplete list of University of Notre Dame Australia people, including alumni and staff.
This is a list of University of Western Australia people, including its notable alumni and staff.
This is a list of agencies, corporations, departments and authorities that are part of the Government of Western Australia.
Little Gidding is a small village and civil parish in Cambridgeshire, England.
Liveringa or Liveringa Station, often referred to as Upper Liveringa Station, is a pastoral lease in Western Australia that once operated as a sheep station but presently operates as a cattle station.
Living 2001–2002 is a double live album from Australian jam band John Butler Trio.
Liza Mary Harvey (née Browne; born 25 October 1966) is an Australian politician who has been a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia since 2008, representing the seat of Scarborough.
Loongkoonan (born 1910) is an Australian Aboriginal artist and elder from the Nyikina people of the central western Kimberley region in Western Australia.
Lorraine McCoulough-Fry (née Dodd) (6 September 1944 – 26 November 2004) was an Australian Paralympic swimmer, athlete and table tennis player.
Louis Harms is a South African former deputy president of the Supreme Court of Appeal and Professor Extraordinary for Intellectual Property Law at the University of Pretoria.
Louise Clare Pratt (born 18 April 1972) is an Australian politician who has been a Senator for Western Australia since 2016, and previously also from 2008 to 2014.
Lucky Oceans is a pedal steel guitarist and a former member of Country/Western swing band Asleep at the Wheel.
Ludwig Hirschfeld Mack (born Frankfurt-am-Main 11 July 1893, died Allambie Heights, in Sydney 7 January 1965) was a German/Australian artist.
Lynn Gelhar is an American civil engineer focusing in hydrology and is currently Professor Emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Professor Murugesu Sivapalan (born 19 April 1953) is a Sri Lankan Tamil engineer, hydrologist and academic.
Madeleine Mary Harvie King (born 31 March 1973) is an Australian politician.
Malcolm John Bryce (10 April 19433 March 2018) was an Australian politician, who served as a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1971 to 1988, representing the seat of Ascot.
Malcolm James Washer (born 12 August 1945), Australian politician, was a Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives from October 1998 to August 2013, representing the Division of Moore, Western Australia.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared on 8 March 2014, after departing from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board.
Malcolm Cameron Lee is a former judge that served on the Federal Court of Australia.
Malcolm James McCusker (born 6 August 1938) is an Australian barrister and philanthropist who was the 31st Governor of Western Australia, serving from July 2011 to June 2014.
Malcolm Benjamin Graham Christopher Williamson, AO, CBE (21 November 19312 March 2003) was an Australian composer.
Malla Nunn is a screenwriter and author, who was born in Swaziland.
Malvina Evalyn Wood (1893-1976), university librarian and college warden, was born in Guildford, Western Australia, daughter of a railway porter.
The Maralinga Tjarutja is the corporation representing the traditional Anangu owners of the remote western areas of South Australia known as the Maralinga Tjarutja lands.
Marcel Aurousseau BSc (Syd.) MC C. de G. (19 April 1891 in Woollahra, Sydney – 22 August 1983 in Sydney) was an Australian geographer, geologist, war hero, historian and translator.
Marcus William Feldman (born 14 November 1942) is the Burnet C. and Mildred Finley Wohlford Professor of Biological Sciences, and director of the Morrison Institute for Population and Resource Studies at Stanford University.
Margaret Battye (9 August 1909 – 16 November 1949) was an Australian barrister and jurist, who was one of the most influential women in politics, business and the legal advancement in Oceania.
Margaret Mary Byrne is senior principal research scientist and director of the Science Division within WA Dept of Parks and Wildlife.
Margaret Anne Feilman OBE (21 June 1921 – 24 September 2013) was Perth's first female town planner, having also practised as an architect and landscape designer.
Margaret Lillian Pitt Morison (3 December 1900 – 12 December 1985) was an Australian architect active in the 20th century.
The Marich Buildings is a single two storey building located at the corner of Henry and High Streets in Fremantle, Western Australia, and dates from c1897; there were several single story shops on the site including one occupied by butchers Henry Albert & Co.
Marie-Christine Koundja (born 30 March 1957) is a Chadian writer and diplomat, who has worked in various departments, ministries and embassies of her country.
Marion May Campbell (born 1948) is a contemporary Australian novelist and academic.
Mark Beeson (born 1952) is Professor of International Politics at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia.
Mark Everist (born 27 December 1956) is a British music historian, critic and musicologist.
Captain Mark John Currie RN (later Vice-Admiral) played a significant role in the exploration of Australia and the foundation of the Swan River Colony, later named Western Australia.
The Martu (Mardu) are a confederation of indigenous Australian peoples, who are part of the Western Desert cultural bloc.
Martyn Jack Webb (29 September 1925 - 19 January 2016) was a professor emeritus, geographer and writer.
Mary Francesca Bosworth is a criminologist who is interested in imprisonment, race, and gender.
Mary Moore (born 25 June 1957) is a Western Australian artist.
Mary Bertha Raine (Carter, also known as Mary Thomas during her first marriage, 17 February 1877 – 3 February 1960) was an Australian businesswoman and philanthropist.
The Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) is a professional degree in architecture, qualifying the graduate to move through the various stages of professional accreditation (internship, exams) that result in receiving a license.
The Matariki Network of Universities (MNU) is an international group of universities that focuses on strong links between research and undergraduate teaching.
Matilda Bay or Crawley Bay (known originally as Currie's Bay, then Sutherland's Bay) is a natural bay in the Swan River in Western Australia, adjacent to the Perth suburb of Crawley.
Matthew Parker (born December 22, 1980) is an Australian stand-up comedian, author, YouTube personality and maths communicator.
Matt Price (15 October 1961 – 25 November 2007) was a Western Australian journalist and newspaper columnist.
Matthew Lewis Moss KC (1 December 1863 – 28 February 1946) was a lawyer and politician who served in the Parliament of Western Australia on three separate occasions – in the Legislative Assembly from 1895 to 1897, and in the Legislative Council from 1900 to 1901 and again from 1902 to 1914.
Matthew Pavlich (born 31 December 1981) is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
The Max Crawford Medal is awarded every other year by the Australian Academy of the Humanities in recognition of "outstanding achievement in the humanities by young Australian scholars currently engaged in research, and whose publications contribute towards an understanding of their discipline by the general public".
Max Olding and Pamela Page are a distinguished Australian husband and wife team of duo-pianists.
The Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology (Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie) is a German research institute for molecular plant physiology, based in the Golm district of Potsdam, Brandenburg.
Maxwell Newton (29 April 1929 – 23 July 1990) was an Australian media publisher.
The McDonald Smith Building is a heritage building in the port city of Fremantle, Western Australia.
Medical education in Australia includes the educational activities involved in the initial and ongoing training of medical practitioners (doctors) in Australia.
Meeberrie is a homestead and station name in the Murchison district of Western Australia.
Megan Elizabeth Clark is an Australian geologist and business executive, former director of the CSIRO, and head of the Australian Space Agency.
Meira Chand (born 1942) is a novelist of Swiss-Indian parentage and was born and educated in London.
Melville Harold "Mel" Bungey (born 30 August 1934) is an Australian retired politician.
Melissa Hasluck (born 1965) is an Australian film producer, director and editor.
Melissa Lee Price (born 12 December 1963) is a Liberal Party of Australia member of the Australian House of Representatives for the Division of Durack since the 2013 federal election.
Mervyn Neville Austin (1 August 1913 – 1991) was an Australian headmaster and professor.
Metacrinia nichollsi is a species of Australian frog, commonly named as the forest (or Nicholls') toadlet.
The Methodist Ladies' College, Perth (MLC Perth), is an independent, Uniting Church, day and boarding school for girls, located in Claremont, a western suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
Michael Newton Barber (born 30 April 1947) is a mathematician, physicist and academic.
Michael Laurence Barker is an Australian judge.
Michael Eamon Beahan, AM (born 21 January 1937) was the 19th President of the Australian Senate, holding that position from 1 February 1994 to 30 June 1996.
Michael Brimer (born 8 August 1933) is a pianist, organist, conductor, composer, and academic.
Michael John Buss (born 4 June 1955) is the President of the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Michael Francis Cavanagh (August 1860 – 29 May 1941) was an Australian architect, primarily known for his work in Western Australia from 1895 to the late 1930s.
Michael Alfred Chaney (born in Perth, Western Australia) is an Australian businessman and former Chancellor of the University of Western Australia.
Michael Paul Crutchfield (born 12 December 1961) is an Australian politician.
Michael Paul Fourman FBCS (born 12 September 1950) is Professor of Computer Systems at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, UK, and was Head of the School of Informatics from 2001–2009.
Michael John Gething (born 12 August 1967) is an Australian judge of the District Court of Western Australia since 12 February 2016.
Carl Michael Lesher (born 1951) is an American geologist.
Michael Mischin (born 29 December 1958) is an Australian politician who has been a member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia since 2009, representing North Metropolitan Region.
Michaelia Clare Cash (born 19 July 1970) is an Australian politician who has been a Senator for Western Australia since July 2008, representing the Liberal Party.
Michelle Marjorie Gordon (born 19 November 1964) is a Justice of the High Court of Australia.
Michelle Louise Harvey (born in Brisbane) is an Australian forensic scientist specialising in forensic entomology (use of insects in the investigation of crimes).
Michelle Hopkins Roberts (née Thomas; born 29 February 1960) is an Australian politician who has been a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia since 1994.
Michelle Marian Telfer (born 8 January 1974) is a retired Western Australian gymnast.
Mike Alder (born Michael D. Alder) is an Australian mathematician who was an assistant professor at the University of Western Australia.
Michael Clifford "Mike" Fitzpatrick (born 28 January 1953) is an Australian businessman, sporting administrator and former professional Australian rules football player.
Professor Michael John "Mike" Morwood (27 October 1950 – 23 July 2013) was a New Zealand archaeologist best known for discovering Homo floresiensis.
Michael Dennis Nahan (born 2 July 1950) is an Australian politician and the Leader of the Opposition in the Parliament of Western Australia.
Milica Davies (née Ilić, born 1981 in Bosnia and Herzegovina), is an Australian classical guitarist.
Mitchell High School was a comprehensive school located in Bucknall, Stoke on Trent, England.
Meroula Frances Fellowes (Mollie) Lukis (13 August 1912 – 1 August 2009) was a prominent Western Australian archivist and promoter of women's rights.
Moot court is an extracurricular activity at many law schools in which participants take part in simulated court or arbitration proceedings, usually involving drafting memorials or memoranda and participating in oral argument.
Morelia spilota, commonly referred to as carpet python and diamond pythons, is a large snake of the family Pythonidae found in Australia, New Guinea (Indonesia and Papua New Guinea), Bismarck Archipelago, and the northern Solomon Islands.
Morelia spilota imbricata is a large snake found in southern regions of Western Australia and western South Australia.
Morley bus station is a Transperth bus station located next to the Galleria Shopping Centre in Morley, Western Australia.
Mount Claremont, known previously as Graylands, is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the Town of Cambridge and the City of Nedlands.
Mount Lawley is an inner northern suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
Mounts Bay Road is a major road in Perth, Western Australia, extending southwest from the central business district along the north bank of the Swan River, at the base of Kings Park.
The mulga dragon (Caimanops amphiboluroides) is a species of agamid lizard found in Western Australia.
The Multi Autonomous Ground-robotic International Challenge (MAGIC) is a 1.6 million dollar prize competition for autonomous mobile robots funded by TARDEC and the DSTO, the primary research organizations for Tank and Defense research in the United States and Australia respectively.
| --> Multielectrode arrays (MEAs) or microelectrode arrays are devices that contain multiple plates or shanks through which neural signals are obtained or delivered, essentially serving as neural interfaces that connect neurons to electronic circuitry.
The Murchison Radio-Astronomy Observatory (MRO) is a designated radio quiet zone located near Boolardy station in Western Australia.
The Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) is a joint project between an international consortia of organisations to construct and operate a low-frequency radio array.
Members of the Murdoch family are prominent as international media proprietors, especially in Australia, the United Kingdom and United States.
The Murdoch state by-election, 2008 was a by-election held on 23 February 2008 for the Western Australian Legislative Assembly seat of Murdoch in the southern suburbs of Perth.
Murdoch University is a public university in Perth, Western Australia, with campuses also in Singapore and Dubai.
Music psychology, or the psychology of music, may be regarded as a branch of both psychology and musicology.
Deshabandu Muttiah Muralitharan (முத்தையா முரளீதரன், මුත්තයියා මුරලිදරන්; also spelt Muralidaran; born 1972) is a former Sri Lankan cricketer who was rated the greatest Test match bowler ever by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 2002.
Narahari Umanath Prabhu (born April 25, 1924 in Kozhikode) is an Indian-American mathematician, known for his contributions to operation research, in particular queueing theory.
Nafissatou Niang Diallo (11 March 1941 – 1982) was a Senegalese writer who wrote in French.
Nancy Tyson Burbidge (5 August 1912 – 4 March 1977) was an Australian systemic botanist, conservationist and herbarium curator.
Nanotechnology education involves a multidisciplinary natural science education with courses such as physics, chemistry, mathematics and molecular biology.
Mervyn Napier Waller CMG OBE (19 June 189330 March 1972) was a noted Australian muralist, mosaicist and painter in stained glass and other media.
Natashia Lesley Boland (born 1967) is a professor of mathematics at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Nedlands is an affluent western suburb of Perth, Western Australia in the local government area of the City of Nedlands.
Sir Neil Smith Currie (20 August 1926 – 30 July 1999) was a senior Australian public servant and policymaker.
Neil De Marchi (born 1938), is an Australian economist and historian of economic thought and is a Professor at Duke University.
Neil McNeill (19 June 1921 – 8 February 2009) was an Australian politician.
Neil Poulton (born 1963) is a Scottish product designer, based in Paris, France.
Nelson Cowan (born March 7, 1951) is the Curators' Professor of Psychology at the University of Missouri.
Nerida Gaye Wilson is an invertebrate marine molecular biologist at the Western Australian Museum who has interests in diversity, systematics, phylogeny, phylogeography and behavior.
Neville Graeme Marchant (born 1939) is a retired Western Australian botanist.
Neville John Owen, a former senior judge of the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Western Australia, is the Chair of The Truth, Justice and Healing Council since 2014, a body established by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference to oversee the Roman Catholic Church in Australia's engagement with the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and the pastoral and other ramifications that arose from a series of sexual abuse scandals within the Catholic Church in Australia and its associated institutions.
New Rules for Boats is a five piece band from Perth, Western Australia, formed in early 2004.
Newington College is an independent, Uniting Church, day and boarding school for boys located in Stanmore, an inner-western suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
The Ngari Capes Marine Park is a protected marine park on the lower south west coast of Western Australia, located approximately south of.
Niall Lucy (11 November 1956 - 5 June 2014) was an Australian writer and scholar best known for his work in deconstruction.
Nicholas "Nic" Westaway (born 20 January 1989) is an Australian actor and singer.
The Honourable Justice Nicholas Paul Hasluck AM (born 17 October 1942) is an Australian novelist, poet and short story writer, and judge.
Nicholas "Nick" O'Halloran (born 14 August 1987 in Perth) is an Australian water polo player.
Nigel Gray (born 1941) is an Irish-born West Australian author of books for both children and adults.
Nikki Stamp FRACS is an Australian cardiothoracic surgeon, writer and TV presenter.
Nina G. Jablonski (born 1953) is an American anthropologist and palaeobiologist, known for her research into the evolution of skin color in humans.
The Ningaloo Coast is a World Heritage Site located in the north west coastal region of Western Australia.
Sir Noel Stanley Bayliss, CBE (19 December 1906 – 17 February 1996) was an eminent Australian chemist and professor of chemistry at the University of Western Australia.
Nonja Yvonne Huberta Maria Peters is a Western Australian author and academic of Dutch ancestry.
Noongarpedia is a collaborative project to add Noongar language content to Wikimedia projects and to improve all languages' content relating to Noongar topics.
Sir Norbert Michael Keenan KC (30 January 1864 – 24 April 1954) was an Australian lawyer and politician who was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1905 to 1911 and again from 1930 to 1950.
Norma Alice Brown (née Parker) CBE (1906–2004) was an Australian social worker and educator.
Dr Norman Kingwell Day (b. Melbourne, Australia, 25 March 1947) is an architect, educator, and writer.
North Island is the northernmost island in the Houtman Abrolhos, a coral reef archipelago in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Mid West Western Australia.
North Metropolitan TAFE is a state government funded educational facility delivering Technical and Further Education (TAFE).
The National School of Business Management (Jāthika Wyāpāra Kaḷamanākārīthwa Vidyāyatanaya, தேசிய வியாபார முகாமைத்துவ பாடசாலை) (also known as NSBM Green University, NSBM Haritha Wishwawidyālaya, NSBM பசுமை பல்கலைக்கழகம்) is a private degree awarding institute in Sri Lanka, established under Companies Act No.
Nyungar (also Noongar) is an Australian Aboriginal language, or dialect continuum, still spoken by members of the Noongar community, who live in the southwest corner of Western Australia.
OBiBa is an international software development project committed to building a full suite of open source software for biobanks.
Oedura is a genus of medium to large geckos, lizards in the family Diplodactylidae.
The Old Perth Boys School, located at 139 St Georges Terrace, Perth, Western Australia, is the earliest government school building in Western Australia.
The 1910 Perth Technical School building is located at 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth, Western Australia, adjacent to the Old Perth Boys School building, which had served as part of the school's former temporary premises since opening of classes there on 16 May 1900.
Olearia axillaris is a shrub of the Asteraceae family, found in coastal areas of Australia.
Olestra (also known by its brand name Olean) is a fat substitute that adds no fat, calories, or cholesterol to products.
Omphalotus nidiformis, or ghost fungus, is a gilled basidiomycete mushroom most notable for its bioluminescent properties.
Oren Yiftachel (אורן יפתחאל, born 1956) is a leading Israeli professor of political and legal geography, urban studies and urban planning at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beersheba.
Ormond College is the largest of the residential colleges of the University of Melbourne located in the city of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Oron Catts is an Australian artist and researcher currently residing in Perth, Australia where he has been employed at the University of Western Australia since 1996.
Ozraptor ("Australian thief") is an valid abelisauroid theropod dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic (Bajocian) Colalura Sandstone of Australia.
Pan Yaung Chel (ပန်းရောင်ခြယ်; born 14 January 1996) is a Burmese singer-songwriter best known for her pop songs.
Paroplocephalus atriceps, the Lake Cronin Snake is a species of snake in the family Elapidae.
Patricia Larter (1936-1996) was an Australian artist who worked across mail art, video, photography, performance and painting.
Patricia Jessie Giles (16 November 1928 – 9 August 2017) was a women's activist and Australian Senator.
Patricia Hackett (25 January 1908 – 18 August 1963) was an Australian heiress, lawyer, actress and author, remembered today in the Patricia Hackett Award for writing.
Patricia Woolley (born 1932) is Australian zoologist recognised for her work with marsupials, specifically the dasyurid family.
Patrick John (Paddy) O’Brien (12 January 1937, Wodonga, Victoria – 1998, Perth, Western Australia), was an Australian political scientist and author, teaching in the political science department of the University of Western Australia (UWA) from 1969 until his death.
Sir Paul Meernaa Caedwalla Hasluck (1 April 1905 – 9 January 1993) was an Australian statesman who served as the 17th Governor-General of Australia, in office from 1969 to 1974.
Professor Paul Gerard McMenamin (born 6 October 1956, in Glasgow, Scotland) is an Australian academic and researcher specialising in the structure and immunology of the eye.
Paul Murray is a former working journalist and later editor of The West Australian newspaper who resigned and was later retained to write opinion articles for the same newspaper.
Michael Paul Nunan, CFC (1858 – 5 November 1934) was a member of the Congregation of Christian Brothers and an influential educationalist in New Zealand, Victoria and, especially, Western Australia.
Paul S.C. Taçon (born 1958) is an anthropologist and archaeologist who has spent over thirty years conducting field work in destinations ranging from Australia, Botswana, Cambodia, Canada, China, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, South Africa and the United States.
Paul Richard Wilson (born 9 March 1941) is a New Zealand-born, prolific Australian social scientist and scholar, who has made a leading contribution to the forensic investigation of criminological issues, Australian policing and the Australian criminal justice system.
Pavel Kroupa (born 24 September 1963 in Jindřichův Hradec, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech-Australian astrophysicist and professor at the University of Bonn.
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre (PSC) is the government-supported high-performance computing national facility located in Perth, Western Australia.
Pelargonium littorale is a species of Pelargonium found within the southwest botanical province of Australia.
Pelican is the University of Western Australia's student magazine.
Pelican Point is a geographical feature and nature reserve on the Swan River in Perth, located at Matilda Bay near the University of Western Australia.
Peptic ulcer disease (PUD) is a break in the lining of the stomach, first part of the small intestine or occasionally the lower esophagus.
Reverend Canon Percy Umfreville Henn (21 January 1865 in Manchester, England – 25 February 1955 in Perth, Western Australia) was a clergyman and teacher in England and later Western Australia.
Perth is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia.
Perth College is an independent Anglican day and boarding school for girls located in Mount Lawley, an inner northern suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
The Perth Festival (previously Perth International Arts Festival) is Australia's longest running cultural festival, held annually in Western Australia.
Perth Modern School (colloquially known as Perth Mod) is an academically selective co-educational public high school located in Subiaco, an inner city suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
The Perth Observatory is the name of two astronomical observatories located in Western Australia.
Perth railway station is the largest station on the Transperth network serving the central business district of Perth, Western Australia.
The Perth Symphony Orchestra (Perth Symphony) is a not for profit professional symphony orchestra based in Perth, Western Australia.
The Perth Wetlands, also known as the Perth Great Lakes or the Great Lakes District, was a collection of fresh-water wetlands, swamps and lakes located on the Swan Coastal Plain north of the city of Perth in Western Australia.
Pesos and Sense is a company that aims to promote financial literacy by empowering Filipinos through seminar series that teach them simple and practical knowledge on personal finance and investments.
Peta Murray is an Australian writer, born in Sydney in 1958.
Peter Francis Bell (born 1 March 1976) is a former Australian rules footballer for the Fremantle Football Club and the North Melbourne Football Club.
Peter Bladen, (1922–2001) was an Australian poet born at Perth.
Peter Charles Collier (born 25 February 1959) is an Australian politician who has been a Liberal Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia since 2005, representing North Metropolitan Region.
Peter Cowan (4 November 1914 – 6 June 2002) was a Western Australian writer, noted especially for his short stories.
Peter M'Callum Dowding SC (born 6 October 1943 in Melbourne) was the 24th Premier of Western Australia, serving from 25 February 1988 until his resignation on 12 February 1990 after an internal party dispute.
Peter Drew Durack, QC (20 October 1926 – 13 July 2008) was an Australian politician, representing the Liberal Party.
Peter Geoffrey Edwards, AM (born 29 August 1945) is an Australian diplomatic and military historian.
Peter Maxwell Evans (born 1 August 1961) is an Australian breaststroke swimmer of the 1980s who won four Olympic medals, including a gold in the 4×100 m medley relay at the 1980 Moscow Olympics as part of the Quietly Confident Quartet.
Peter Adalbert Robert George Fritz AM (born 4 January 1943) is an Australian businessman and philanthropist.
Svend Peter Klinken (born 30 July 1953 in Singapore) is an Australian medical researcher and academic.
Peter Lawrence (1921 – 21 December 1987) was a British-born Australian anthropologist and pioneer in the study of Melanesian religions.
Peter Lim (born 1953) is a Singaporean business magnate, entrepreneur, philanthropist and investor.
Peter James Metropolis (born 29 June 1944) is a former Australian rules football player and administrator.
Peter Christopher Roland Nattrass (born 15 October 1941) is a Perth gynaecologist, businessman and politician.
Peter Anthony Richardson (born 23 January 1939) is a former Australian politician.
Peter Donald Shack (born 20 June 1953) is a former Australian politician.
Peter Roger Shergold, (born 27 September 1946) is an Australian academic, company director, and former public servant.
Peter Smedley is an Australian businessman and Chairman of Arrium (previously known as OneSteel).
Peter van Onselen (born 19 February 1976) is an Australian political academic, author and political journalist and commentator.
Peter Stuart Whish-Wilson (born 24 February 1968) is an Australian politician.
Philip "Phil" John Smith (born 24 October 1938) is a former Australian politician and teacher.
Philip Bračanin (born 26 May 1942) is an Australian composer and musicologist.
The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, also known as the Jessup Moot, is the oldest and largest international moot competition in the world, attracting participants from almost 700 law schools in more than 90 countries in recent years (100 countries took part in 2018).
Philip Hans B. F. Franses (born 1963) is a Dutch economist and Professor of Applied Econometrics and Marketing Research at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, and dean of the Erasmus School of Economics, especially known for his 1998 work on "Nonlinear Time Series Models in Empirical Finance.".
Philip Ridgeway "Pip" Le Couteur (26 June 1885 – 30 June 1958) was an Australian academic, philosopher and headmaster.
Philip Salom (born 8 August 1950) is a contemporary Australian poet and novelist whose poetry books have attracted widespread acclaim.
Philippa Catherine "Pip" Maddern (1952 – 16 June 2014) was an Australian historian and academic, who was Director of the Australian Research Council's Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions.
In philosophy, a razor is a principle or rule of thumb that allows one to eliminate ("shave off") unlikely explanations for a phenomenon, or avoid unnecessary actions.
Phlebopus marginatus, known as the salmon gum mushroom in Western Australia, is a member of the Boletales or pored fungi and possibly Australia's largest terrestrial mushroom, with the weight of one specimen from Victoria recorded at 29 kg (64 pounds).
Phyllis Mary Kaberry (17 September 1910 – 31 October 1977) was a social anthropologist who dedicated her work to the study of women in various societies.
Pichaet Wiriyachitra Ph.D.,F.R.A.C.I. (ศ.ดร.พิ เชษฐ์ วิริยะจิตรา) was a professor of chemistry at Prince of Songkla University.
Pierre Shuai Yang (p; born in 1983 in Harbin, Heilongjiang) is a Chinese Australian politician and lawyer.
Pearce William Edward "Pike" Curtin (27 September 1907 – 17 May 1997) was an Australian public servant and economist who played a key role in the establishment of a banking system in Papua New Guinea.
The tiny Pilbara toadlet (Uperoleia saxatilis)) is a species of frog in the family Myobatrachidae. It is endemic to the arid Pilbara region of Australia. It is a burrowing frog and is found in rocky gorges and creeks in the Pilbara following cyclonic rains. The species name saxatilis means "rock-dwelling".
The Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) was founded in 1951 and is the only national organisation representing qualified urban and regional planners and other related disciplines in Australia.
Plant and Soil is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering research on the relationships between plants and soil, such as relationships and interactions of plants with minerals, water and microbes, the anatomy and morphology of roots, soil biology and ecology, etc.
Podiatry or podiatric medicine is a branch of medicine devoted to the study, diagnosis, and medical and surgical treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle and lower extremity.
Pogona is a genus of reptiles containing nine lizard species (according to some sources, but some others say eight) which are often known by the common name bearded dragons.
Pogona minor is a species of agamid lizard from a group commonly known as bearded dragons, and is found on the southwest coast and interior of Western Australia.
Pogona minor minima, the Abrolhos bearded dragon or Abrolhos dwarf bearded dragon, is an agamid lizard found only on islands at Houtman Abrolhos, and commonly named for this location.
Portia Mary Bennett (28 January 1898 – 1 May 1989) was an Australian artist.
Potential graphene applications include lightweight, thin, flexible, yet incredibly lightweight to, electric/photonics circuits, solar cells, and various medical, chemical and industrial processes enhanced or enabled by the use of new graphene materials.
The Poultry Cooperative Research Centre, or Poultry CRC, is a joint venture established and supported under the Australian Government's Cooperative Research Centres Program.
The pre-colonial history of the Democratic Republic of the Congo encompasses the political, economic and social history of the territory of the modern-day Democratic Republic of the Congo before the arrival of European colonial rule in the late 19th century.
Human prehistory is the period between the use of the first stone tools 3.3 million years ago by hominins and the invention of writing systems.
The Premier of Western Australia is the head of the executive branch of government in the Australian state of Western Australia.
The Priestley 11 are eleven law subjects required to be successfully completed for candidate status for admission into practice as a legal practitioner in Australia.
The Princess Haya Biotechnology Center (PHBC) houses 16 research laboratories and supports scientific activity at the national and regional level.
The Progress Party was a minor Australian political party in the mid-to-late 1970s.
Prosh refers to both a calendar fundraising event and the satirical annual newspaper written by students at the University of Western Australia to raise funds for nominated charities.
A public university is a university that is predominantly funded by public means through a national or subnational government, as opposed to private universities.
The pygmy python (Antaresia perthensis), also known as the anthill python, is a species of snake found in Western Australia.
The Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre (QEIIMC), commonly known as just QEII, is a medical campus in Perth, Western Australia, situated in the suburb of Nedlands directly adjacent to Kings Park.
Queer Collaborations (QC) is a national Australian Queer conference.
Richard James Boon Bosworth (born 1943) is an Australian historian and author, and a leading expert on Fascist Italy.
Rabia Siddique (born 25 November 1971) is an Australian criminal and human rights lawyer, retired British Army officer, author, professional speaker and hostage survivor.
Rachel Amanda Harris (born 15 March 1979) is an Australian freestyle and medley swimmer who competed for her native country at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
Rachel Kum (born 8 April 1985) is a Singaporean entrepreneur who co-founded the Singaporean company Rachel K Cosmetics.
Rachel Mary Siewert (born 4 November 1961 in Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian Greens politician who was elected to represent Western Australia in the Australian Senate at the 2004 federal election.
The rainbow lorikeet (Trichoglossus moluccanus) is a species of parrot found in Australia.
The Raine Medical Research Foundation funds medical research in Western Australia.
The Western Australian Pregnancy Cohort (Raine) Study is one of the largest prospective cohorts of pregnancy, childhood, adolescence and now early adulthood to be carried out anywhere in the world.
Rajeev Kumar Varshney is a geneticist or genomicist with more than 20 years of research experience in the area of international agriculture.
Lieutenant Colonel Hyacinth Ralph Honner DSO, MC (17 August 1904 – 14 May 1994), known as Ralph Honner, was a distinguished Australian soldier during the Second World War.
Ralph Owen Slatyer (16 April 1929 – 26 July 2012) was an Australian ecologist, and the first Chief Scientist of Australia from 1989 to 1992.
Rana Ellen Munns FAA and ISI highly cited, is recognised as a world-leading authority on the mechanisms of salinity tolerance in crop plants.
Julian Randolph Stow (28 November 1935 – 29 May 2010) was an Australian-born writer, novelist and poet.
The Rankine lecture is an annual lecture organised by the British Geotechnical Association named after William John Macquorn Rankine, an early contributor to the theory of soil mechanics.
Rankinia is a genus containing three species of small agamid reptiles, commonly known as heath dragons, found in Australia.
Rankinia adelaidensis is a species of heath dragon, small agamid reptiles, occurring in southern regions of Australia.
Raymond "Ray" Barkwill (born 26 August 1980) is a Canadian rugby union player who currently plays for the Seattle Seawolves of Major League Rugby and the Canada national rugby union team.
Raymond Cecil "Ray" Owen (1 March 1905 – 16 January 2003) was an Australian agricultural scientist and politician.
Raymond Bernard "Ray" Strauss (4 November 1927 – 28 July 2013) was an Australian sportsman who played both cricket and field hockey at high levels.
Raymond Alfredo Daniel Jones (born 18 July 1925) is an Australian Modernist architect.
The Archipelago of the Recherche, known locally as the Bay of Isles, is a group of 105 islands, and over 1200 "obstacles to shipping", off the south coast of Western Australia.
Count Redmond Garrett Prendiville (11 September 1900 in Wood, Kerry, Ireland – 28 June 1968 in Perth, Western Australia), a former Australian metropolitan bishop, was the fifth bishop and second Roman Catholic Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Perth.
A reflecting pool or reflection pool is a water feature found in gardens, parks, and at memorial sites.
Reginald Greive Withers (26 October 1924 – 15 November 2014) was a long-serving member of the Australian Senate, a government minister, and Lord Mayor of Perth.
Regurgitator are an Australian rock band from Brisbane, formed in late 1993 by Quan Yeomans on lead vocals, guitar and keyboards; Ben Ely on bass guitar, keyboards and vocals; and Martin Lee on drums.
Remote Western Australia is a designation of areas of Western Australia that are either isolated, or well away from the main concentrations of population and services found in the south west of the state.
Rene Lucien Le Miere (born February 1952) is a judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Reproduction, Fertility and Development is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal published by CSIRO Publishing.
Research Quality Framework (RQF) was a component of Backing Australia's Ability, an initiative of the Australian Government to formulate a best practice framework for assessing research quality and the impact of research, and ensure that public funding was being invested in research which would deliver real benefits to the wider community.
Rex Roy Cramphorn (sometimes identified by the variant Cramphorne) (10 January 194122 November 1991) was an Australian theatre director, costume designer, theatre critic, theorist and translator, active in the 1970s and 1980s.
Rhee Taekwon-Do (리태권도; 李跆拳道), also known as Rhee Tae Kwon-Do, Rhee Tae Kwon Do, or Rhee Taekwondo, is a martial art school in Australia and New Zealand teaching the Korean martial art of taekwondo.
Rhodes Whitmore Fairbridge (21 May 1914 – 8 November 2006) was an Australian geologist and expert on climate change.
Richard Ian Charlesworth AO (born 6 February 1952) is an Australian sports coach and former politician.
Richard Campbell "Ric" Smith (born 1944) is a former senior Australian public servant and diplomat.
Frederica Lucy "Rica" Erickson, née Sandilands, (10 August 1908 – 8 September 2009) was an Australian naturalist, botanical artist, historian, author and teacher.
Richard Alan Fox (born 1943) is an Australian medical physician.
Richard Fairfax Court (born 27 September 1947 in Nedlands), is a former Western Australian politician, serving as Premier of Western Australia from 1993 to 2001.
Richard James Barr Goyder AO (born 1960) is an Australian businessman and sporting administrator who is the current chairman of the AFL Commission, the governing body of Australian rules football.
Richard Hardwick (born 31 May 1994) is an Australian professional rugby union footballer.
Richard J. Hobbs FAA, is a distinguished professor, ARC Australian Laureate Fellow and ecologist at the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia.
Richard G. Pestell is a physician scientist (oncologist and endocrinologist) and academic leader who currently serves as the President of the Pennsylvania Cancer and Regenerative Medicine Research Center (PCARM) at the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute.
Richard Weller is an Australian landscape architect and academic.
The Rindos affair was an academic scandal that occurred at the University of Western Australia.
Rindos v. Hardwick was a landmark case of Internet defamation heard in 1994 in which Western Australian lawyers representing a visiting American academic sought to create a legal precedent by deeming an email sent by Gil Hardwick to have alleged paedophilia against David Rindos, a probationary lecturer in Archaeology at the University of Western Australia.
is a private university in Kyoto, Japan, that traces its origin to 1869.
Riverton is a suburb of Perth in Western Australia.
Rob Cover (born 31 May 1972, Canberra, Australia) is a social theorist and media scholar, specialising in critical sexuality studies, digital media theory, minority stereotyping and media scandals, with work on LGBTIQ youth suicide, cultures of social networking and audience interactivity.
Robe River is a river in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Robert Shenton French (born 19 March 1947) is a retired Australian lawyer and judge who served as the twelfth Chief Justice of Australia, in office from 2008 to 2017.
Robert Gerwarth (born 12 February 1976) is a professor of European history, with an emphasis on German history.
Robert John Gledden (26 December 1855 – 5 November 1927) was an English-born Australian surveyor and public benefactor.
Michael Robert Hamilton Holmes à Court (27 July 1937 – 2 September 1990) was a South African-born Australian entrepreneur who became the country's first billionaire, before dying suddenly of a heart attack in 1990 at the age of 53.
Robert Litchfield Juniper, AM (7 January 192920 December 2012) was an Australian artist, art teacher, illustrator, painter, printmaker and sculptor.
Robert Mazza is a judge of the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and former judge of the District Court of Western Australia.
Sir Robert Gordon Menzies, (20 December 189415 May 1978), was an Australian politician who twice served as Prime Minister of Australia, in office from 1939 to 1941 and again from 1949 to 1966.
Sir Robert Strachan Wallace (1 August 1882 – 5 September 1961) was an Australian academic, army officer and film censor.
Robert Street AO FAA (16 December 1920 – 4 July 2013) was a British academic and academic administrator.
Robert A. Wilson (born 1964) has been professor of philosophy at La Trobe University, after teaching previously at the University of Alberta (from 2000 to 2017), the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1996-2001), where he was a member of the Cognitive Science Group at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, and at Queen’s University (1992-1996).
Roberta Henrietta Margaritta Jull (née Stewart, 16 August 1872 in Glasgow, Scotland – 6 March 1961 in Subiaco, Western Australia) was a medical doctor who, in November 1896, joined her brothers' practice at Guildford, Western Australia, becoming dismayed by the living conditions and high infant mortality among her patients.
Robin Anderson (1950-2002) was an Australian award-winning documentary filmmaker.
Robert Harold (Robin) Stokes FAA (1918–2016) was an Australian chemist and Foundation Professor of Chemistry at the University of New England, from 1955 to 1979.
John Robin Warren AC (born 11 June 1937 in Adelaide) is an Australian pathologist, Nobel Laureate and researcher who is credited with the 1979 re-discovery of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori, together with Barry Marshall.
Robogals is an international student-run organisation that aims to inspire, engage and empower young women to consider studying engineering and related fields.
Robyn Eckersley (born 1958) is a Professor and Head of Political Science in the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Sir Roderick Ian Eddington AO FTSE (born 2 January 1950 in Perth, Western Australia) is an Australian businessman.
Rodney William Marsh MBE (born 4 November 1947) is a former Australian wicketkeeper.
John Roger Smalley AM (26 July 1943 – 18 August 2015) was an Anglo-Australian composer, pianist and conductor.
Roger Anthony Swainston, born 7 May 1960, in North Cotswold, Gloucestershire, UK, is an Australian painter, naturalist and zoologist.
Rogue waves (also known as freak waves, monster waves, episodic waves, killer waves, extreme waves, and abnormal waves) are large, unexpected and suddenly appearing surface waves that can be extremely dangerous, even to large ships such as ocean liners.
Rolf Harris (born 30 March 1930) is an Australian entertainer whose career has encompassed work as a musician, singer-songwriter, composer, comedian, actor, painter and television personality.
Ronald Frederick Edwards (born 2 July 1945) is a retired Australian politician.
Ronald John Fitch (8 June 1910 – 20 July 2015) was an Australian railway executive and railway engineer.
Ronald Murray Berndt (14 July 1916 – 2 May 1990) was an Australian social anthropologist who, in 1963, became the inaugural professor of anthropology at the University of Western Australia.
Ronald Bordessa is the current President Emeritus of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, having served as its President and Vice Chancellor from 2006 to 2011, when on July 1 he was succeeded by Tim McTiernan.
Sir Ronald Darling Wilson, (23 August 192215 July 2005) was a distinguished Australian lawyer, judge and social activist serving on the High Court of Australia between 1979 and 1989 and as the President of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission between 1990 and 1997.
Rosalind Appleby (born 30 September 1979) is an Australian music journalist and author.
Rosamond Deborah McKitterick, (born 31 May 1949) is a British medieval historian, whose work focuses on the Frankish kingdoms in the 8th and 9th centuries, using palaeographical and manuscript studies to illuminate aspects of the political, cultural, intellectual, religious and social history of the early Middle Ages.
Rosanna Capolingua (born 1959) is an Australian doctor and former federal president of the Australian Medical Association (AMA).
Roseanna Cunningham (born 27 July 1951, in Glasgow) is a Scottish politician who is the Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform.
Ross Bolleter (born 1946, Subiaco, Western Australia) is a composer and musician whose work is focused on ruined pianos.
Sir Robert Ross McDonald QC (25 January 1888 – 25 March 1964) was an Australian politician who was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1933 to 1950, representing the seat of West Perth.
Roy Frederick Claughton (14 August 1927 – 26 April 2012) was an Australian politician who served as a Labor Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia from 1968 to 1980, representing North Metropolitan Province.
The Royal Commission on Trade Unions and Employers’ Associations (also known as the Donovan Commission) was an inquiry into the system of collective UK labour law, chaired by Lord Donovan and heavily influenced by the opinions of Hugh Clegg.
The Royal Military College, Duntroon, also known simply as Duntroon, is the Australian Army's officer training establishment.
RTRFM (call sign: 6RTR) is a not-for-profit, community radio station based in Perth, the state capital of Western Australia.
The Rural Clinical School of Western Australia (RCSWA) is a Commonwealth-funded program intended to increase the number of medical graduates interested in rural careers.
Sir Russell John Dumas KBE, CMG (17 January 1887 – 10 August 1975) was a public servant and engineer who led several large works projects in Western Australia.
Russell Woolf is a Western Australian media personality, best known for having presented the afternoon Drive programme on Perth's radio station 720 ABC.
Russula delica is a mushroom that goes by the common name of milk-white brittlegill, and is a member of the genus Russula, all of which are collectively known as brittlegills.
Ryan Hodson (born 10 October 1989) is an Australian rugby union player currently playing for English Championship side London Welsh.
The Safe Schools Coalition Australia SSCA is a national network of organisations working with school communities to create safer and more inclusive environments for homosexual, intersex and gender diverse students, staff and families.
Safety Bay is an outer southern suburb of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, located on the coast within the City of Rockingham.
SAGE-AU was an Australian non-profit professional association of system administrators.
Sally Jane Morgan (born 18 January 1951) is an Australian Aboriginal author, dramatist, and artist.
Sally Murphy (born 1968) is an Australian children’s author and poet, who has had thirty books published, including verse novels, picture books, and educational titles.
Sam Walsh AO (born 27 December 1949) is an Australian businessman who was elected to the Mitsui & Co board as a non-executive Director on 21 June 2017.
Saman Kelegama (6 April 1959 – 23 June 2017) was a Sri Lankan economist, author and the Executive Director of the Institute of Policy Studies(Sri Lanka) (IPS).
Samuel F. "Sam" Pickering Jr. (born September 30, 1941) is a writer and professor emeritus of English at the University of Connecticut in Storrs.
Sandra Angelia Hadisiswantoro (born May 11, 1986) is the Miss Indonesia 2008.
Dr Sandra Bowdler (born 1946) is an Australian archaeologist, Foundation Professor of Archaeology and head of the Archaeology Department at the University of Western Australia.
The sandstone universities are an informally defined group comprising Australia's oldest tertiary education institutions.
Sara Macliver is an Australian soprano singer, born and raised in Perth, Western Australia.
Sarah Jane Pell (born 30 December 1974) is an Australian artist, researcher and occupational diver.
Saurabh Narain Singh (born 21 January 1975) is a member of the 3rd Vidhan Sabha of Jharkhand representing the Indian National Congress.
Science Fiction – A Review of Speculative Fiction is a long running science fiction critical journal published in Australia by sf academic Van Ikin from the University of Sydney and later the University of Western Australia.
Scotch College is an independent Presbyterian day and boarding school for boys, located in Hawthorn, an inner-eastern suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Scotch College (informally known as Scotch or SC), or scotches is an Australian independent school for boys, situated in Swanbourne, Western Australia.
Numerous attempts were made to find the Australian cruiser and the German auxiliary cruiser ''Kormoran'', which were both lost in a sea battle in 1941.
Section 92 of the Constitution of Australia, Trade within the Commonwealth to be free.
Victor Seddon Vincent (1 June 1908 – 9 November 1964) was an Australian politician.
The Services Party of Australia was a minor Australian political party that was active in the mid-1940s.
Ronald Shane Love (born 30 August 1961) is an Australian politician.
Shark Shield is a personal electronic device that creates an electromagnetic field to deter shark attacks and is used by surfers, scuba divers, spearfishing, and ocean kayak fishing.
Sharryn Maree Jackson (born 12 February 1962), Australian politician, was an Australian Labor Party member of the Australian House of Representatives.
Shaun Tan is an Australian artist, writer and film maker.
Shelly "Sparky" Liddelow (born 30 June 1984 in Manjimup, Western Australia) plays field hockey for the Australian Women's Hockey Team, the Hockeyroos.
Shenton College is a co-educational public secondary school located in Shenton Park, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
Shenton House is a historic building within the grounds of the University of Western Australia in Perth.
Shenton Park railway station is a railway station on the Transperth network.
Shenton Park is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Subiaco and 4 km west of the Central business district.
Shirley Barbara de la Hunty AO, MBE (née Strickland; 18 July 1925 – 11 February 2004), known as Shirley Strickland during her early career, was an Australian athlete.
Signals of Belief in Early England: Anglo-Saxon Paganism Revisited is an academic anthology edited by the British archaeologists Martin Carver, Alex Sanmark and Sarah Semple which was first published by Oxbow Books in 2010.
Simon Matthew Katich (born 21 August 1975) is a former Australian cricketer.
Simon Alexander Millman (born 14 January 1977) is an Australian politician.
Siobhan Drake-Brockman (born 7 April 1978) is a former professional tennis player from Australia.
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) is a teaching hospital located in Nedlands, Western Australia.
SmartRider is the contactless electronic ticketing system of the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia.
State elections were held in South Australia on 6 March 1965.
The 1968 South Australian State election was held in South Australia on 2 March 1968.
South China Agricultural University (SCAU) (Chinese: 华南农业大学/華南農業大學) commonly referred to as SCAU, is a public comprehensive university in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China.
Southampton homestead is a Victorian-Georgian historical homestead located on the banks of the Blackwood River in the south west of Western Australia.
The spotted mulga snake (Pseudechis butleri) is a species of venomous snake in the family Elapidae.
The spotted-thighed tree frog (Litoria cyclorhyncha) is a Western Australian tree frog species in the family Hylidae.
A spring is an elastic object that stores mechanical energy.
St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls is an Australian independent and non-selective Anglican day and boarding school for girls located in Mosman Park, a western suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
St John of God Murdoch Hospital is a 507-bed private non-profit hospital located in the southern suburbs of Perth in Western Australia, immediately adjacent to the public Fiona Stanley Hospital campus.
St Mary's Anglican Girls' School is an independent, Anglican, day and boarding school for girls, located in Karrinyup, a suburb north of Perth.
Stephan Lewandowsky (born 3 June 1958) is an Australian psychologist.
Stephen Hall is a justice with the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Stephen Donald Hopper AC FLS FTSE (born 18 June 1951) is a Western Australian botanist, graduated in Biology, specialising in conservation biology and vascular plants.
Stephen Francis Smith (born 12 December 1955) is a former Australian politician who was a member of the House of Representatives from 1993 to 2013.
Steven M. Smith is Professor of Plant Genetics and Biochemistry at the University of Tasmania in Australia, and Professor in the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Beijing, China.
Steven Schwartz (born 5 November 1946) is an American and Australian academic and, until late 2012, the Vice Chancellor of Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.
Stimson's python (Antaresia stimsoni) is a species of python, a snake in the family Pythonidae.
Stirling Highway is, for most of its length, a four-lane single carriageway and major arterial road between Perth, Western Australia and the port city of Fremantle in Western Australia on the northern side of the Swan River.
Stirling Terrace, Albany is a street in the centre of Albany, Western Australia adjoining York Street.
Strophurus is a genus of lizards in the family Diplodactylidae.
Stuart Bruce Kaye (born 22 June 1967) is an Australian professor of law and was, until early 2013, Dean of the Law School at the University of Western Australia.
Stuart Forbes Macintyre (born 21 April 1947) is an Australian historian, and a former Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne.
Stuart Leslie MacLeod (born 10 April 1977) is the guitarist and backup singer of the Australian band, Eskimo Joe.
Subiaco railway station is a railway station on the Transperth network.
Suchen Christine Lim (born 1948) was born in Ipoh, Federation of Malaya and had her early education at the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ) in Penang and Kedah.
Suzanne Mary Ellery (born 12 May 1962) is an Australian politician who has been a Labor Party member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia since 2001, representing South Metropolitan Region.
Sue Gordon is an Aboriginal retired magistrate from Western Australia who has been locally and nationally honoured for her work with Aboriginal people and in community affairs.
Sue Hatcher is an Australian animal genetics researcher at the Orange Agricultural Institute, part of the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries.
Sue O'Connor is an Australian archaeologist and Distinguished Professor in the School of Culture, History & Language at the University of New England (Australia).
Susan Margaret Pennicuik (born 17 April 1957) is an Australian politician, and Greens member of the Victorian Legislative Council since 2006.
Susan Elizabeth Walker (born 14 September 1951) is a British-born Australian politician.
Susana Agustí Requena is a Spanish biological oceanographer who has participated in over 25 oceanographic expeditions in the Arctic, Southern Ocean (Antarctic), Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans.
Susannah Carr (born 21 July 1952) is a Western Australian television news presenter.
The Swan Bells are a set of 18 bells hanging in a specially built -high copper and glass campanile in Perth, Western Australia.
SymbioticA is an artistic research lab at the University of Western Australia's School of Anatomy and Human Biology.
Taree High School, also known as THS, is a secondary, public, co-educational, comprehensive day school, located in Taree, a city on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Taryn Fiebig (born 1 February 1972) is an Australian opera and musical theatre soprano and cellist.
Taylors College is a provider of university preparation programs in Australia and New Zealand.
Edward Albert Robertson (18 March 1929 – 5 January 1991) was an Australian politician.
The Telethon Kids Institute is an Australian medical research institute focused on the prevention of paediatric disease and the development of improved treatments to improve the health and wellbeing of children.
Terence William (Terry) Dowling (born 21 March 1947), is an Australian writer and journalist.
Tertiary education in Australia consists of both government and private institutions.
Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) is an incorporated administrative agency involved with the processing of applications for admission to undergraduate programmes for Western Australian state universities.
The Armidale School (TAS) is an independent, co-educational, Anglican, day and boarding school located in Armidale, on the New England Tablelands of northern New South Wales, Australia.
The Cloisters is located at 200 St Georges Terrace, opposite its intersection with Mill Street in Perth, Western Australia.
The Conversation is an independent, not-for-profit media outlet that uses content sourced from the academic and research community.
The Dan & Maz Show was an Australian breakfast radio show with Dan Debuf and Maz Compton.
The Deanery is located on St Georges Terrace, at the intersection of St Georges Terrace and Pier Street Perth, Western Australia.
The Hole in the Wall Theatre was a theatre in Subiaco, Western Australia, that was home to performances from 1984 to 2003.
The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Elsevier, covering research in all areas of biochemistry and cell biology.
This is the 2004 THE–QS World University Rankings list of the top 200 universities in the world.
This is the 2005 THE–QS World University Rankings list of the top 200 universities in the world.
This is the 2006 THE–QS World University Rankings list of the top 200 universities in the world.
This is the 2007 THE–QS World University Rankings list of the top 200 universities in the world.
This is the 2008 THE–QS World University Rankings list of the top 200 universities in the world.
This is the top 200 of the 2013 Times Higher Education-QS World University Rankings / Times Higher Education World University Rankings / QS World University Rankings of the top 300 universities in the world.
TheSkyNet (stylized theSkyNet) is an astronomy research project which used volunteer Internet-connected computers to carry out research in astronomy.
Thomas Henry Bath, CBE (21 February 1875 – 6 November 1956) was an Australian politician, trade unionist, newspaper editor, writer, and cooperativist.
Thomas Haynes Upton OBE (2 June 188925 October 1956) was an Australian civil engineer.
Sir Thomas MacFarland (Tom) Cherry Sc.D., F.A.A., F.R.S. (1898–1966) was a noted Australian mathematician, serving as Professor of Mathematics (pure, mixed and applied) at the University of Melbourne from 1929 until his retirement in 1963.
Thomas Bruce "T.B." Millar AO (18 October 1925 – 5 June 1994) was an Australian historian, political scientist and a major figure in the development of strategic studies in Australia.
Thomas Walker (5 February 1858 – 10 May 1932) was an Australian politician, a member of two different state parliaments.
Sir Thomas Edward Wardle (born 1912 in West Leederville, Western Australia, died in 1997) was a businessman and supermarket proprietor from Western Australia.
Sir Thomas William Meagher (26 March 1902–27 June 1979) was a medical practitioner who, starting in 1939, served as Lord Mayor of Perth, Western Australia.
Thornlie Senior High School is a Public high school in Western Australia.
The Thorny Devil (Moloch horridus) is an Australian lizard, also known as the mountain devil, the thorny lizard, or the moloch.
The Three Minute Thesis competition or 3MT, is an annual competition held in over 200 universities worldwide.
Tiliqua rugosa is a short-tailed, slow moving species of blue-tongued skink found in Australia.
Timothy Fridtjof "Tim" Flannery (born 28 January 1956) is an Australian mammalogist, palaeontologist, environmentalist, Australia's leading conservationist, explorer, and global warming activist.
Timothy David Minchin (born 7 October 1975) is an Australian comedian, actor, writer, musician and director.
Timothy Lancaster West, CBE (born 20 October 1934) is an English film, stage and television actor, with more than fifty years of varied work in the business.
TMMC Cancer Center (Vietnamese: Trung Tâm Ung Bướu, Bệnh viện Ung Bướu, Trung Tâm Ung Thư, Bệnh viện Ung thư TMMC)is a specialized cancer hospital and also the first medical center of Excellence of this type in Vietnam.
Toby Schmitz (born 4 May 1977) is an Australian actor and playwright.
Thomas Alexander Albert "Tom" Herzfeld (born 29 January 1936) is a former Australian politician who was a Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1977 to 1983, representing the seat of Mundaring.
Tom Hoad (born 22 March 1940) is an Australian water polo coach and former player.
Charles Thomas "Tom" Stannage, AM (14 March 19444 October 2012) was a prominent Western Australian historian, academic, and Australian rules football player.
Tomrair (died 848) was a ninth-century Viking active in Ireland.
Tonbridge School is an independent boarding and day school for boys in Tonbridge, Kent, England, founded in 1553 by Sir Andrew Judde (sometimes spelled Judd).
Antonio De Paulo "Tony" Buti (born 20 August 1961) is an Australian politician.
The totality principle is a common law principle which applies when a court imposes multiple sentences of imprisonment.
Tracy Ryan (born 1964) is an Australian poet and novelist.
Transperth is the brand name of the public transport system serving the city and suburban areas of Perth, the state capital of Western Australia.
Trevor Eastwood AM was the CEO of the large Australian corporation Wesfarmers Ltd from 1984 to 1992 and its chairman from 2002 to 2008.
Trevor Nisbett (born 13 June 1957) is an Australian businessman, executive and former Australian rules footballer, who played for South Bunbury in the South West Football League (SWFL).
Trevor John Riley QC (29 January 1948 -) is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory in Australia.
Trilby Glover is an Australian actress known for her roles as Shoshanna in The Starter Wife mini-series, Jessica in the feature film Righteous Kill, and as Jane Hollis in the second season of Fox comedy-horror series Scream Queens.
Trinity College may refer to.
Trinity College is an independent day school for boys, located on the Swan River foreshore in East Perth, Western Australia.
Tristan Clemons is an Australian field hockey goalkeeper from Western Australia.
Troy Raymond Buswell (born 19 March 1966) is a former Australian politician who was a Liberal member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 2005 to 2014, representing the seat of Vasse.
Ubba was a ninth-century Viking, and one of the commanders of the Great Army that invaded Anglo-Saxon England in the 860s.
The Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test (UMAT) is a test administered by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) in Australia and New Zealand to assist in the selection of domestic students into certain health science courses including most Medical (MBBS or MBChB or MD) and Dentistry (BDSc or BDS) courses, as well as other health science courses such as physiotherapy and optometry.
Underwoodisaurus milii is a species of gecko in the family Carphodactylidae.
The Synod of Western Australia is the entity of the Uniting Church in Australia covering most of the state of Western Australia, south of a line near Port Hedland.
The University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, or UB Engineering, is the largest public engineering school in the state of New York and is home to eight departments.
University College Maastricht (abbreviated as, and informally UCM) is an English language, internationally oriented, liberal arts and sciences college housed in the 15th century Nieuwenhof monastery in Maastricht, Netherlands.
UCDC (an acronym which stands for "University of California-District of Columbia") is an internship program sponsored by the University of California which places undergraduates in quarter/semester or summer internships in Washington, D.C. Residents are housed in the UC Washington Center, the Washington, D.C. campus of the University of California.
The University of New South Wales (UNSW; branded as UNSW Sydney) is an Australian public research university located in the Sydney suburb of Kensington.
The University of Otago (Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo) is a collegiate university located in Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.
The University of Otago Clocktower complex is a group of architecturally and historically significant buildings in the centre of the University of Otago campus.
The University of Tübingen, officially the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen; Universitas Eberhardina Carolina), is a German public research university located in the city of Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg.
The University of Toronto (U of T, UToronto, or Toronto) is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the grounds that surround Queen's Park.
The University of Western Australia Business School is a business school at the University of Western Australia (UWA).
The University of Western Australia Hockey Club (UWAHC), is represented in every level of competition within Hockey WA which includes the top Men’s and Women’s Division, the Men’s Wizard Cup and the Women’s Wizard League competitions in Western Australia.
The University of Western Australia (UWA) Library consists of six library sites both on and within walking distance of the campus.
The University of Western Australia School of Medicine is the medical school of the University of Western Australia, located in Perth, Australia.
The UWA Student Guild is the official student representative body at the University of Western Australia, representing the interests of students to the university, government and the wider community, as well as providing services to students.
Upper Kalgan Hall is a heritage listed building and archaeological site located in Kalgan, close to the Kalgan River north east of Albany in the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
The Upper Paleolithic (or Upper Palaeolithic, Late Stone Age) is the third and last subdivision of the Paleolithic or Old Stone Age.
Uppsala University (Uppsala universitet) is a research university in Uppsala, Sweden, and is the oldest university in Sweden and all of the Nordic countries still in operation, founded in 1477.
Utopia is a 2013 documentary film written, produced and presented by John Pilger and directed by Pilger and Alan Lowery, that explores the experiences of Aboriginal Australians in modern Australia.
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The UWA Conservatorium of Music is part of the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education at the University of Western Australia.
UWA Publishing, formerly known as the University of Western Australia Press, is a Western Australian publisher established in 1935.
UWA Sports Park is a multi-purpose sporting and recreation reserve in Mount Claremont, Western Australia.
The UWA telerobot is a teleoperable robot belonging to the school of mechanical and civil engineering at the University of Western Australia.
The University of Western Australia Torpedoes Water Polo Club is an Australian club water polo team that competes in the National Water Polo League.
UWA-001 (also known as α-phenyl-MDMA and methylenedioxymephenidine) is a phenethylamine derivative invented at the University of Western Australia as non-toxic alternative to 3,4-methylenedioxy-''N''-methylamphetamine (MDMA) and researched as a potential treatment for Parkinson's disease.
UWA-101 (also known as α-cyclopropyl-MDMA) is a phenethylamine derivative invented at the University of Western Australia and researched as a potential treatment for Parkinson's disease.
Van Ikin (born 25 November 1951) is an academic and science fiction writer and editor.
Vancouver's Cairn is a cairn located on Point Possession, Vancouver Peninsula, overlooking Princess Royal Harbour approximately south of Albany in the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals.
The Vegetation Survey of Western Australia commenced as a project of the Department of Geography of the University of Western Australia to provide vegetation maps for the state on the scales of 1:250,000 and 1:1,000,000.
Verity Long-Droppert is an Australian softball third base man and outfielder.
Vernon Knowles (1899–1968) was an Australian author, born in Adelaide.
Victimless Leather – a prototype of a stitch-less jacket, grown from cell cultures into a layer of tissue supported by a coat shaped polymer layer.
Sir Ransley Victor Garland KBE (born 5 May 1934), usually known as Vic Garland, is a former Australian politician and diplomat.
The Victoria Dam is a water supply dam providing water for the city of Perth, Western Australia.
The 1902 Victorian State election was held in the Australian state of Victoria on 1 October 1902 to elect 70 of the 95 members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly.
The 1904 Victorian state election was held in the Australian state of Victoria on 1 June 1904 to elect 55 of the 67 members of the state's Legislative Assembly.
The 1907 Victorian state election was held in the Australian state of Victoria on Friday, 15 March 1907 to elect 45 of the 65 members of the state's Legislative Assembly.
The 1908 Victorian state election was held in the Australian state of Victoria on 29 December 1908 to elect 40 of the 65 members of the state's Legislative Assembly.
The 1911 Victorian state election was held in the Australian state of Victoria on Thursday, 16 November 1911 to elect 56 of the 65 members of the state's Legislative Assembly.
The 1914 Victorian state election was held in the Australian state of Victoria on Thursday, 26 November 1914 to elect 49 of the 65 members of the state's Legislative Assembly.
Vincent Noel Serventy AM (6 January 1916 – 8 September 2007) was a noted Australian author, ornithologist and conservationist.
The Vinerian Scholarship is a scholarship given to the University of Oxford student who "gives the best performance in the examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Civil Law".
Vladimir (Tom) Sitta is a landscape architect.
Voyager is a progressive metal band from Perth, Western Australia.
W (named double-u,Pronounced plural double-ues) is the 23rd letter of the modern English and ISO basic Latin alphabets.
Wai-Con is an annual anime convention held in Perth, Western Australia.
Air Chief Marshal Sir Wallace Hart Kyle, (22 January 1910 – 31 January 1988) was an Australian who served in the Royal Air Force (RAF) as a senior commander and later as the Governor of Western Australia.
The Walter Boas Medal is awarded by the Australian Institute of Physics for research in Physics in Australia.
Walter George Woolnough (15 January 1876 – 28 September 1958) was an Australian geologist.
Walter Philip John Handmer (died 2007) was an Australian public servant and diplomat.
Sir Walter Hartwell James, (29 March 1863 – 3 January 1943) was the fifth Premier of Western Australia and an ardent supporter of the federation movement.
Sir Walter Logie Forbes Murdoch, (17 September 187430 July 1970) was a prominent Australian academic and essayist famous for his intelligence and wit.
Sir Walter John Worboys (22 February 1900 – 18 March 1969), was an Australian-born British businessman.
Wangdi Norbu is a Bhutanese politician who served as Finance Minister in the Council of Ministers from July 2003 to July 2007.
Warden is the title given to or adopted by the heads of some university colleges and other institutions.
Warren Edward Snowdon (born 30 March 1950) is an Australian politician.
Warwick Ian Forbes OAM (born 10 December 1951 in Sydney) is a former Australian men's gymnast and national gymnastics coach.
WAY 79, also referred to as WAY '79 and WAY 1979, was the official 1979 sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) celebration of the European colonisation of Western Australia.
Wayne Stewart Martin (born 28 December 1952) is the current Chief Justice of Western Australia.
"Weapons Training" is a piece of war poetry written by Bruce Dawe in 1970.
Wellington Street Bus Station was a Transperth bus station located next to Perth railway station in Perth CBD, Western Australia.
Wendy Maxine Duncan (née Tonkin; born 7 October 1954) is an Australian politician who was a National Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 2013 to 2017, representing the seat of Kalgoorlie.
Wesley Church is a Uniting Church in Perth, Western Australia, located at the corner of William Street and Hay Street.
Wesley International School is a private, Christian, international school located in Malang, Eastern Java, Indonesia.
The West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO) is an Australian symphony orchestra based in Perth, Western Australia.
Westerly is a literary magazine that has been produced at the University of Western Australia since 1956.
Western Australia (abbreviated as WA) is a state occupying the entire western third of Australia.
The Western Australian Bank, Albany, also known as the Haynes Robinson building, is a heritage listed building located on Stirling Terrace overlooking Princess Royal Harbour in Albany in the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
The Western Australian Government Gazette is the government gazette of Western Australia.
The Western Australian Naturalists' Club (WANC), founded in Perth, Western Australia, in 1924, is one of the oldest conservation groups in Australia.
The Western Australian Premier's Book Awards (PBA) is an award for books, scripts, digital narrative and a People's Choice.
WARCC is a five letter acronym that stands for Western Australian Regional Computing Centre.
The Western Australian shark cull is the common term for a former state government policy of capturing and killing large sharks in the vicinity of swimming beaches by use of baited drum lines.
The western beaked gecko (Rhynchoedura ornata) is a species of gecko found throughout the interior of Australia.
Tertiary Sports Western Australia (TSWA) is the Western Australian Inter-University competition.
Whadjuk, alternatively Witjari, are an indigenous Australian people of the Western Australian region of the Perth bioregion of the Swan Coastal Plain.
WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management (or WHU Vallendar) belongs to Germany's leading business schools with campuses in Vallendar and Düsseldorf, Germany.
William Giles "Will" Bosisto (born 8 September 1993) is an Australian cricketer contracted to Western Australia at domestic level.
William E. Blackall (1876–1941) was a Western Australia medical doctor who made a substantial contribution to that state's botany.
William Catton Grasby (2 October 1859 – 26 October 1930) was an Australian agricultural journalist and educationist.
Sir William Frederick Payne Heseltine, (born 17 July 1930) was Private Secretary to Queen Elizabeth II from 1986 to 1990.
William John Dakin (23 April 1883 – 2 April 1950) was a zoologist who is remembered for the large number of his students who achieved prominence in the area of zoology and for the number of books and papers he wrote on many scientific fields.
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William Robert Kininmonth is an Australian retired meteorologist noted for his views as an opponent of anthropogenic global warming theory and for his frequent writings on the topic of climate change.
William David Lindsay Ride AM (8 May 19266 November 2011), usually credited as W. D. L. Ride, was an Australian vertebrate zoologist and paleontologist who was the chair of the committee that authored updated editions of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature.
The Windsor Hotel is a heritage-listed building in South Perth, Western Australia.
Winthrop Avenue is a major north-south road in the Perth suburbs of Nedlands and Crawley.
Winthrop is a southern suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Melville.
The Wizard of New Zealand QSM (born Ian Brackenbury Channell; 4 December 1932) is a New Zealand educator, comedian, magician and politician.
WOHA is a Singapore-based architecture practice, established in 1994 by Wong Mun Summ (born 18 August 1962) and Richard Hassell (born 28 October 1966).
The woma python (Aspidites ramsayi), also known as Ramsay's python and sand python,O'Connor F (2008).
The Women's Service Guilds, initially known as the Women's Service Guilds of Western Australia, was an organising body of the feminist movement in Australia.
The Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) is an alliance of 23 research-intensive universities.
Yasmin Jade Kassim (born May 21, 1990) is an Australian actress, model and musician who was runner-up in the 2013 Miss World Australia beauty pageant.
The Yawuru, also spelt Jawuru, are an Indigenous Australian people of Western Australia.
Yeo Cheow Tong (born 22 June 1947) is a former politician from Singapore.
Yule Brook Botany Reserve, also known as Yule Brook Reserve and Cannington Swamps, is a 34.6 hectare parcel of land in the Perth, Western Australia suburb of Kenwick.
Yuri Estrin (professor), also written "Juri Estrin", is an international authority on materials science and engineering, particularly in the areas of physical metallurgy, materials modelling, and development of new materials.
Yuriko Yamamuro Renardy is an Australian–American expert in fluid dynamics who works as a Class Of 1950 Endowed Professor of Mathematics at Virginia Tech.
Yves Bréchet (born 12 October 1961) is a physicist, specialist of materials science, professor at the Grenoble Institute of Technology, and a member of the French Academy of Sciences.
Yvonne Daphne Henderson (née Finn; born 16 May 1948) is a former Australian politician who was a Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia from 1983 to 1996.
Zack Holmes (born 30 May 1990) is an Australian rugby union player who plays for Toulouse in Top 14.
Zahra Kamalkhani (born 1954) is an Iranian anthropologist.
Zarah Garde-Wilson (born 1978) is an Australian solicitor in Victoria who rose to prominence after she acted for many persons under investigation by Victoria Police in relation to the Melbourne gangland killings of 1998-2006.
Zerinza was the first, and for many years the only regular Australian Doctor Who fanzine.
140 St Georges Terrace is a 30-storey skyscraper in Perth, Western Australia.
The 1931 New Year Honours were appointments by King George V to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of the United Kingdom and British Empire.
The Queen's Birthday Honours 1965 were appointments in many of the Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries.
The Queen's Birthday Honours 1966 were appointments in many of the Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries.
The New Year Honours 1970 were appointments in many of the Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries.
The following is a list of important cricket related events which occurred in the year 2004.
The Western Australian gas crisis was a major disruption to natural gas supply in Western Australia, caused by the rupture of a corroded pipeline and subsequent explosion at a processing plant on Varanus Island, off the state's north west coast on 3 June 2008.
The 2015–16 Minnesota Golden Gophers women's basketball team represented the University of Minnesota in the 2015–16 college basketball season.
The Australian National Handball Championship consists of four different tournaments across various age groups, including a Junior Section, Schools Tournament, and Australian University Games.
The 2016–17 Minnesota Golden Gophers women's basketball team represented the University of Minnesota during the 2016–17 NCAA Division I women's basketball season.
The 2017–18 Minnesota Golden Gophers women's basketball team represented the University of Minnesota during the 2017–18 NCAA Division I women's basketball season.
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