New South Wales State Election

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New South Wales State Election, 2011 - See Also
... New South Wales Government New South Wales Ministry New South Wales Shadow Ministry Post-election pendulum for the New South Wales state election, 2007 ...
Wales And Borders
... Wales Borders was a train operating company in the United Kingdom owned by National Express that operated the Wales Borders franchise from October 2001 until December 2003 ...
District - United Kingdom - Wales
... There is no official use of the word district in Wales ... The country is broken up into 22 unitary authorities ...
Wales, Wisconsin - History
... Welsh immigrants settled the village of Wales in 1840 ... The remains of Welsh history can be seen in the village's flag that replicates the Welsh national flag ...
Lake Wales, Florida
... Lake Wales is a city in Polk County, Florida, United States ... Lake Wales is located in central Florida, west of Lake Kissimmee and east of Tampa ...

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