Imperial Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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My name is Sarah Dempster and I teach Drama and English at Epping Secondary College in the outer north suburbs of Melbourne. Before I begin with the introduction of our 'Cultural Performance’ on behalf of our teachers to make mention that before any formal event we always pay respect to the traditional owners of our land. In most schools we do this at the beginning of every school ...
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