Australia Day

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Australia Day is the national holiday of Australia on 26 January each year, marking the arrival of English settlers in 1788. The day is often marked with frivolity and heavy drinking[1] by some whereas others use it as a means of protest to address the grievances of a minority of Aboriginals.

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  1. http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/australia-day-the-national-day-to-get-drunk-and-nasty-20140123-31bua.html