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North Korea has criticised Australia's human rights record during a United Nations review
North Korea, described by Human Rights Watch as 'one of the most repressive countries in the world', has called on Australia to end racism and cease the inhumane treatment of detainees. Updated Updated 9 mins ago. By Maani Truu. Share. Share on...

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Andrews lashes decision to give Margaret Court Australia Day honours
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History Alive: A Journey Through Time!

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On Saturday 6 June and Sunday 7 June Fort Lytton at 91 Sandy Camp Road, Lytton is hosting 2015 History Alive: A Journey Through Time!

Gates open at 9.30am daily and finishes at 4.00pm. This is a great way to learn something about the past in a practical way. Over 400 re-enactors and historians from all over Queensland participate over the weekend with main arena combat presentations, workshops and displays. See scenes at Queensland's most unique re-enactment and living history event! You'll get the chance to spend time with Napoleon's Troops, World War 1 and 2 Soldiers, and Medieval Knights. 

Food and beverage is available onsite from a range of vendors.

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