August 30

Review On Jurassic World

Jurassic World is a story where the park’s visitors were decreasing rapidly and they need a new attraction. Dinosaurs a no longer enough,( jeez come on), so they made one of their own. (Like the dumbest idea ever!)

This thrilling story has great graphics and a good storyline.

I like this better than most M movies I’ve ever seen.

This movie I think had the full package for my because it was not just people dying over and over again so there is blood everywhere, it was more like there was a different happening every second.

It was great.

Steven Spielberg returns to executive produce the long-awaited next installment of his groundbreaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World.

The story is by Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver.


Chris Pratt – Owen

Bryce Dallas Howard – Claire

Nick Robinson – Older Brother

Ty Simpkins – Gray

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August 29

Women’s 4×100 Freestyle Relay – Gold Medal Race

Day one in the pool and already Australia has two gold medals for our country in the Olympic games with Emma McKeon, Brittany Elmslie, Bronte Campbell and Cate Campbell winning the women’s 4×100 freestyle relay held at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium.

The order they swam in was Emma McKeon, Brittany Elmslie, Bronte Campbell then Cate Campbell.

Brittany believed that they could win and she said that “Australia was a force to be reckoned with”.

Off the dive the US were ahead with Australia coming a close second. Emma  handed over to Brittany who held second. Then she touched the wall and Bronte dived in and caught the US. She then touched the wall and Cate was off. The 100 metre freestyle world champion was off! Cate brought it home and we won the gold medal and broke the world record!!

The Aussies time was three minutes, thirty seconds and sixty five milliseconds or 3:30.5.

The Australians were over the moon with joy and they were all really excited for their next race. Bronte said that ”It doesn’t get better than that”.

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August 2


Jandamarra, an Aboriginal resistance fighter, declares war on European invaders (Us) in the West Kimberley and prevents settlement for six years!

Jandamarra or Tjandamurra, known to European settlers as Pigeon, was an Indigenous Australian of the Bunuba tribe who led one of the few organised armed insurrections against European colonisation of Australia.

In the 1890’s Western Australia gives increased law enforcement powers to its justices of the peace who can sentence Aborigines to three years gaol or 24 lashes for offences such as sheep stealing.

However, no Western Australian jury convicts a European for killing an Aboriginal, even though in one case a European had tied an Aboriginal person to his horse and dragged the man along the ground to his death.

Born: Kimberly

Died: April 1, 1897, Tunnel Creek National Park

Battles and wars: Australian wars
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August 1

Ken Wyatt – Indigenous Australian Politician

untitledWest Australian Aboriginal MP Ken Wyatt has been sworn into the federal ministry.

Ken Wyatt is now because of the ,Turnbull Government reshuffle, will serve as Assistant Health Minister, working with Health Minister Sussan Ley and Rural Health Minister Fiona Nash.

Before entering politics Mr Wyatt was the director of Aboriginal health within both the NSW and West Australian health departments.


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