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Annual Report 2007–2008 Photo Gallery

Welcome to the photo gallery for the 2007–2008 report. This section is an add-on to the electronic version of this year's report capturing the photos used in the print report to create this electronic gallery. Each picture and caption is also displayed in its associated section throughout the report where access to the enlarged pictures is also available.

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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, in Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, with Major General Mike Hindmarsh AO CSC, Commander of Australian Forces in the MIddle East Area on 8 June 2008 during a visit to the Middle East. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Australian High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea, Mr Chris Moraitis (back row centre), and children with their certificates at the conclusion of a three-day basketball clinic at the Hohola basketball courts in Port Moresby on 9 April 2008. The clinic was supported by the Australian Sports Outreach Program.
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean (right), with World Trade Organization Director-General, Mr Pascal Lamy, in Geneva on 28 January 2008. Photo courtesy of World Trade Organization Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean (centre), Australian Ambassador to China, Dr Geoff Raby (second from right) and other guests at the launch of Business Club Australia in Beijing on 16 April 2008. Photo: ABT Creative
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, and Indian Minister of External Affairs, Mr Pranab Mukherjee, exchanging a bilateral extradition treaty and a mutual legal assistance treaty in criminal matters, signed in Canberra on 23 June 2008. Photo: Mark Graham Photo - See caption on right for description
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The Prime Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd, in a discussion with the United States President, Mr George W Bush, on Mr Rudd’s first official visit to the White House on 28 March 2008. Photo: Auspic
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The Secretary, Mr Michael L'Estrange AO.
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Senior Executive of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (as at 30 June 2008). L–R (seated): The Secretary, Mr Michael L’Estrange AO; Deputy Secretaries Ms Gillian Bird and Mr Doug Chester. L–R (standing): Deputy Secretaries Mr David Spencer; Mr David Ritchie AO and Mr Peter Grey. Photo: Michael Jensen
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, and Chinese Foreign Minister, Dr Yang Jiechi, meeting at Parliament House in Canberra on 5 February 2008, during the inaugural Australia–China Strategic Dialogue. Photo courtesy of Mr Yaping Jiang, Canberra Bureau, Xinhua News Agency Photo - See caption on right for description
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The Prime Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd, during a joint press conference with the United Kingdom Prime Minister, Mr Gordon Brown, at Number 10 Downing Street on 7 April 2008. Photo: Auspic
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean, meeting with OECD Secretary-General, Mr Angel Gurría, at OECD Headquarters in Paris on 6 June 2008. © OECD Photo - See caption on right for description
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Special Coordinator, Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI), Mr Tim George (centre), with former Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Mr Manasseh Sogavare (left) and Solomon Islands Government Special Envoy to RAMSI, Mr Michael Maina (right), at the Premier’s Conference in Renbel Province, September 2007. Photo: RAMSI Participating Police Force
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The then Australian Ambassador to Burma, Mr Bob Davis, and Director General Myint Tun, Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement, with 30 tonnes of emergency relief supplies delivered by Royal Australian Air Force C-17 Globemaster to Burmese victims of Cyclone Nargis on 13 May 2008. Photo - See caption on right for description
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The Prime Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd, and Japanese Prime Minister, Mr Yasuo Fukuda, at a joint press conference on 12 June 2008 in Tokyo, when both reaffirmed their commitment to strengthen further the comprehensive strategic, security and economic partnership. Photo: Auspic
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean (centre), with Australian Ambassador to China, Dr Geoff Raby (right), and Austrade’s Regional Director for North East Asia, Mr Laurie Smith (left), at the launch of the Business Club Australia in Beijing on 16 April 2008. Photo courtesy of ABT Creative Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, meeting with President of the Republic of Korea, Mr Lee Myung-bak, at Mr Lee’s official residence, Cheong Wa Dae (the Blue House) in Seoul on 8 May 2008. Photo: Blue House
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The embassy in Jakarta houses a large group of purposeful, outward-looking Australians and Indonesians working in a sleeves rolled-up way with an extensive network of partners across the archipelago. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Australian High Commissioner to Malaysia, Ms Penny Williams, and the then Malaysian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dato’ Joseph Salang, launching the bilingual photographic publication, Australia–Malaysia: Celebrating 50 Years, on 23 October 2007. The publication, which showcases the strength of the two countries’ relationship, was produced by the department with the support of the Australia–Malaysia Institute.
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Suzanne McCourt and Australian Ambassador to East Timor, Mr Peter Heyward, travelling by International Stabilisation Force (ISF) helicopter to the opening of East Timor’s first National Park.
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The Prime Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd, arriving in Dili on 14 December 2007, accompanied by Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith. East Timor’s Prime Minister Mr Xanana Gusmao and Ms Kirsty Sword Gusmao welcome the party at the airport.
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean, at the ASEAN Economic Ministers – Closer Economic Relations consultations, in Bali on 3 May 2008.
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The Prime Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd and the United States President, Mr George W Bush, before their discussions in the Oval Office during Mr Rudd’s first official visit to the White House on 28 March 2008. Photo: Auspic Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, with the United States Secretary of State, Dr Condoleezza Rice, at the State Department on 28 January 2008 in Washington DC.
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean, meeting with the United States Secretary of Agriculture, Mr Edward Schafer, at the Department of Agriculture, Washington DC on 31 January 2008. Photo - See caption on right for description
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The Prime Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd, and the European Commission President, Mr José Manuel Barroso, at their joint press conference on 2 April 2008 in Brussels.
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Part of the Australian and European Union (EU) negotiating teams, at the conclusion of negotiations on the text of the Australia-EU Passenger Name Record (PNR) Agreement, at the Justus Lipsius Building, EU Council Headquarters in Brussels on 16 May 2008. L–R: Jan Dorrington, Australian Customs Service; James Potter, Attorney-General’s Department; Paul Wojciechowski, Australian Embassy, Brussels; John Griffin, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Joan Sheedy, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet; Blaz Visnar, Chief Negotiator, EU Slovenian Presidency; Cecilia Verkleij, European Commission; Guy Stessens, EU Council Secretariat. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, with French Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr Bernard Kouchner, prior to their bilateral talks before the start of the Group of Eight (G8) Foreign Ministers meeting in Kyoto on 26 June 2008.
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The Prime Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, at the fifth Australia–India Foreign Ministers’ framework dialogue with Indian Minister of External Affairs, Mr Pranab Mukherjee, in Canberra on 23 June 2008. Photo: Mark Graham Photo - See caption on right for description
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Sophia McIntyre.
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, meeting with the United Arab Emirates Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Dr Anwar Mohammad Gargash, on 9 June 2008 in Abu Dhabi. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Ridwaan Jadwat.
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The then Australian Ambassador to Iraq, Mr Marc Innes-Brown (centre), attending the Anzac Day ceremony in Baghdad on 25 April 2008. L–R: General David Petraeus, Commanding General, Multi-National Force – Iraq (MNF-I); the United States Ambassador to Iraq, Mr Ryan Crocker; Australian Ambassador to Iraq, Mr Marc Innes-Brown; United Kingdom Ambassador to Iraq, Mr Christopher Prentice; Lieutenant General John Cooper, DSO MBE, Deputy Commanding General, MNF-I. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Australian Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr John Courtney, with voters at a polling station on Zimbabwe’s presidential, parliamentary and local government election day, 29 March 2008.
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Key stakeholders in the RAMSI partnership cut the cake at the celebration of RAMSI’s 5th anniversary in Solomon Islands. L–R: Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Dr Derek Sikua; Special Coordinator, Mr Tim George; Speaker of the National Parliament, Sir Peter Kenilorea; Pacific Islands Forum Representative to Solomon Islands, Dr Lesi Korovavala. Photo: RAMSI Public Affairs Unit Photo - See caption on right for description
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Christian Gergis.
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Ms Estelle Parker, Policy Adviser, Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI), judges a women’s craft competition with a panel of eminent Solomon Islanders at Kakabona Village, Guadalcanal Province, August 2007. Engaging directly with communities in Solomon Islands is an important part of RAMSI’s consultation process. Photo: RAMSI Public Affairs Unit Photo - See caption on right for description
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Australian High Commissioner, Mr Chris Moraitis, with the Governor-General of Papua New Guinea, Sir Paulias Matane.
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith; Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean; Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts, Mr Peter Garrett AM, attending the 18th Australia–Papua New Guinea Ministerial Forum in Madang, Papua New Guinea on 23 April 2008. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Torres Strait Treaty Liaison Officer, Ms Joannah Leahy, with members of a Torres Strait dance group at the Gab Titui Cultural Centre, Thursday Island.
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Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs, Mr Duncan Kerr SC (left) and Parliamentary Secretary for International Development Assistance, Mr Bob McMullan (centre), at the opening of the Samoan Police Headquarters, Apia Police Station and Armoury, with Samoan Police Minister, Mr Toleafoa Faafisi, on 1 February 2008. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean (left), as a panellist on the OECD Forum 2008 with the theme of ‘Future Challenges for the Multilateral Trading System’ on 4 June 2008 at OECD Headquarters in Paris. © OECD
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Cathy Raper. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean, with New Zealand Minister for Trade, Mr Phil Goff, at the ASEAN Economic Ministers – Closer Economic Relations consultations, in Bali on 3 May 2008.
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The APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting Retreat on 8 September 2007 at the Sydney Opera House. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean (seated fifth from right), at the Meeting of APEC Ministers Responsible for Trade, Arequipa, Peru, 1 June 2008. Photo: CEAN APEC PERU 2008
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Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Trade, Mr John Murphy (second from left), opening ExpoMin on 21 April 2008 in Santiago de Chile, with the Chilean Minister for Mining, Mr Santiago González Larraín (third from left). Photo - See caption on right for description
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The Prime Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd, handing over the documentation finalising Australian ratification of the Kyoto Protocol to the UN Secretary-General, Mr Ban Ki-moon, on 12 December 2007, while both were in Bali to attend the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Photo: Auspic
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The Prime Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd, speaking at the High-Level Segment of the 13th Conference of the Parties (COP13) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Bali on 12 December 2008. Photo: Auspic Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, speaking at the High-Level Conference on Global Food Security, organised by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), in Rome on 4 June 2008. © FAO/Alessandra Benedetti
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, with the United Nations High Representative for Disarmament Affairs, Mr Sergio Duarte, at the United Nations Secretariat Building, in New York, on 25 January 2008. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, greeting Executive Secretary of the Preparatory Commission of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization, Mr Tibor Toth, in Canberra on 10 May, 2008. Photo: Auspic
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United States Secretary of State, Dr Condoleezza Rice, Japan’s Foreign Minister, Mr Masahiko Koumura, and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, after the ministerial-level Trilateral Strategic Dialogue meeting in Kyoto on 27 June 2008. Photo - See caption on right for description
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The Secretary, Mr Michael L'Estrange AO, meeting with security staff at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta on 17 July 2007.
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On 17 July 2007, the Secretary, Mr Michael L'Estrange AO (fourth from right), with the group of seven embassy security guards who sustained major injuries during the September 2004 bombing of the Australian Embassy in Jakarta. Also pictured are Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Mr Bill Farmer AO (far left) and the then Counsellor, Regional Security Adviser, Mr Robert Scott (far right). Photo - See caption on right for description
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With assistance from the Australian Embassy in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), on 9 February 2008, teams from Adelaide and Collingwood play an official Australian Football League-National Australia Bank Cup match at Ghantoot Stadium in the desert between Abu Dhabi and Dubai. L–R: Mr Jeremy Bruer, Australian Ambassador to the UAE; HE Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce AC CSC RANR, Governor of South Australia; Andrew Demetriou, CEO of the AFL; HE Mohammed Al Kindi, the then UAE Minister for the Environment and Water; HE Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, the then UAE Minister for the Economy; the Hon John Brumby MLA, Premier of Victoria. Photo courtesy of Australian Football League
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Treasurer, Mr Wayne Swan, meeting with his British counterpart, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr Alistair Darling in Edinburgh on 6 June 2008. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Deputy Prime Minister, Ms Julia Gillard, and New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Michael Cullen, at the National War Memorial, Wellington, with Australian High Commissioner to New Zealand, Mr John Dauth LVO (left), on 14 June 2008. Ms Gillard is leading a delegation of six ministers, including Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean, to the fifth Australia–New Zealand Leadership Forum. Photo: New Zealand Defence Force
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High Commissioner of India, Her Excellency Mrs Sujatha Singh (seated second from left), after presenting her Letter of Credence to the Governor-General, His Excellency Major General Michael Jeffery AC, CVO, MC (seated second from right), on 25 October 2007. Also pictured are Deputy Secretary, Mr David Ritchie AO (seated far right), and the then Chief of Protocol, Ms Lyndall McLean AM (seated far left). Photo: Michael Jensen Photo - See caption on right for description
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High Commissioner of India, Her Excellency Mrs Sujatha Singh (seated second from left), after presenting her Letter of Credence to the Governor-General, His Excellency Major General Michael Jeffery AC, CVO, MC (seated second from right), on 25 October 2007. Also pictured are Deputy Secretary, Mr David Ritchie AO (seated far right), and the then Chief of Protocol, Ms Lyndall McLean AM (seated far left). Photo: Michael Jensen
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At Anzac Day commemorations in Turkey in April 2008, where a large number of Australians attended, the department also deployed supplementary staff to provide assistance. Photo - See caption on right for description
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The department’s Crisis Centre in operation.
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Mr Mauro Kolobaric, Director, Consular Operations B Section, facilitating the Consular and Passport Regional Training Workshop, for Australia-based and locally engaged consular staff from European posts, at the Australian Embassy in Berlin on 5 June 2008.
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Staff in the department’s Crisis Centre. Photo - See caption on right for description
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The smartraveller public information campaign is an effective way to alert Australians to the importance of checking travel advisories and registering their travel plans before departing overseas.
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As part of the Consular Enhancement Program, the first portable communications equipment for use by Emergency Response Teams was successfully tested on 4 February 2008. L–R: Mr Michael Gardiner, technical officer, Systems and Network Development Section; Mr Bassim Blazey, the then Assistant Secretary, Consular Policy Branch; Ms Beverly Mercer, Director, Crisis Management and Contingency Planning Section; Ms Desi Fielding, Project Manager, Consular Assistance Information System; Mr Martin Hamilton, UXC; Mr Colin Green, Project Director, Consular Assistance Information System and Mr Norman Ashley, Project Officer, Application Development Section. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Australian Consul-General to Ho Chi Minh City, Mr Mal Skelly and Consul, Ms Kim Debenham, speaking with a student using a new sewing machine provided by the Australian Government’s Direct Aid Program in Ho Chi Minh City on 19 December 2007.
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Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Mr William (Billy) Williams, watching a student of the Axim Girls Senior High School in Ghana’s Western Region at her first ever computer experience, during the launch of the Direct Aid Program-funded project on 25 June 2008. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Stephen Smith, at Utopia: the Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye exhibition, by a well-known Indigenous artist, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, at the National Arts Centre, Tokyo on 26 June 2008. The exhibition is supported by the Australia International Cultural Council and the Australia–Japan Foundation. L–R: Director, National Arts Centre, Tokyo (NACT), Mr Hideki Hayashida; Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Smith; NACT curator, Ms Hanako Nishino; Australian Ambassador to Japan, Mr Murray McLean OAM.
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Australian Ambassador to the Philippines, Mr Rod Smith PSM, during a story-telling session with indigenous children from Bagobo and Matigsalog tribes at the Institute for Indigenous Peoples Education (IIPE) Centre in Davao City on 24 June 2008. The IIPE was established by the Philippines-Australia Basic Education Assistance for Mindanao project. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Mr Bill Farmer AO (second from right) and the Secretary-General of Ministry for Religious Affairs, Professor Bahrul Hayat, attending a ceremony on 1 August 2007, at Al-Fauzan Islamic Boarding School in Labruk Lor village, East Java, to mark the opening of 46 Islamic junior secondary schools built with Australian assistance.
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First Secretary, Mr Glen Connell (back row, second from right), with students at Pathumwan School, during the launch of Clean Up the World campaign in Bangkok on 10 March 2008. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Then Australian Ambassador to Thailand, Mr Bill Paterson PSM (right), with Australian Defence Attaché, Colonel John Blaxland (left), and former prisoner of war, Mr Bill Haskell OAM (centre), after the Anzac Day dawn service at Hellfire Pass in Kanchanaburi province on 25 April 2008. Photo courtesy of The Nation, Bangkok.
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Mr Geoff Moore, General Manager Asia Pacific (standing second from right) and Mr Clinton Brown, ACT Branch Manager (seated right) of Tower Software, during the Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS) demonstration to the department’s Senior Executive on 12 May 2008. Photo: Auspic Photo - See caption on right for description
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Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean, at the official opening of the new chancery of the Australian High Commission in New Delhi on 18 January 2008. L-R: Australian High Commissioner to India, Mr John McCarthy AO; India’s Secretary (East), Ministry of External Affairs, Mr N Ravi; Minister for Trade, Mr Simon Crean. © AVAS Photos Pvt. Ltd
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The department makes extensive use of contracted services in managing its overseas property estate. The department signed a new outsourced property services contract with United Group Services (UGS) on 1 April 2008. L-R (seated): Ms Elizabeth Whitelaw, partner, Minter Ellison; Mr Peter Davin, Executive Director, Overseas Property Office (OPO); Mr Robin Silvester, Chief Executive UGS. (standing): Ms Pria O’Sullivan, Senior Associate, Minter Ellison; Mr Philip Moran, the then Assistant Secretary, OPO; Mr Keith Gardner, Property Operations and Alliance Management Branch, OPO; Mr Barry Jackson, Executive General Manger, UGS. Photo - See caption on right for description
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Lisa Clutterham.
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The Secretary, Mr Michael L’Estrange AO, signing the new guidelines for cooperation between the department and Austrade on 20 August 2007, with Austrade Chief Executive Officer, Mr Peter O’Byrne. Photo: Auspic Photo - See caption on right for description
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Departmental officers and Senator John Faulkner, Special Minister of State, appearing before the Senate Estimates hearing on 21 February 2008. L–R: Mr James Wise, First Assistant Secretary, Corporate Management Division; Mr Doug Chester, Deputy Secretary; Senator John Faulkner, Special Minister of State; Ms Gillian Bird, Deputy Secretary; Mr Peter Baxter, First Assistant Secretary, Consular, Public Diplomacy and Parliamentary Affairs Division. Photo: Auspic
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The department’s 2007 Corporate and Financial Management Trainees, who are training to be corporate policy specialists, with the Secretary, Mr Michael L’Estrange AO. Photo: Auspic Photo - See caption on right for description
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The Secretary, Mr Michael L’Estrange AO, with members of the department’s Indigenous Employees Network to mark the National Aboriginal Islander Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) week on 9 July 2007.
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Abi Luders.
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Locally engaged staff from a range of overseas posts participating in the Locally Engaged Staff Leadership and Development Program in Canberra on 22 October 2007. Photo: Auspic Photo - See caption on right for description
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Mark Davidson.

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