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Welcome Back to Education 2013

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While I am enjoying the last run of the holidays, I hope all primary and secondary students are looking forward to returning to study soon.
Good luck with your VCE studies this year to all those kids in Year 12.

Regards
Peter F Hughes
Pic at Bendigo, January 24 2013.

Rules and Laws

The difference between a rule and a law can be more complex than your text books advise.

Look closer at who the rule or law effects. Perhaps in some cases we need to carefully consider the parties involved. Photos @ Housing Development near Eltham, Victoria. 2013
http://www.fryers.com.au/fryers-articles/2007/5/6/from-quarteracre-block-to-village-idiom/

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Legal Studies Unit One 2013

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