Royal Australian Mint

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Royal Australian Mint

A mint in Australia. It mints coins for Australia and several other nations in the South Pacific. It was opened in 1965 and is located in Canberra.
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We'll have to wait until our summer to admire this shrub, also known as the Australian mint bush.
Mr McCormack who is responsible for the Royal Australian Mint was joined by Chief Executive Officer of the Mint Mr Ross MacDiarmid and two members of the Returned Services League of the News South Wales Corps of Guard to unveil the coin at the Hyde Park Anzac Memorial Pool of Reflection.
While many requirements remain, we have also had confirmation from the Royal Australian Mint that they consider our race to be of national significance, allowing us to move forward in discussions for circulating and commemorative coins for the occasion.
More than 22,000 people have signed (https://www.change.org/p/put-steve-irwin-on-the-australian-currency) an online petition over the past week requesting that the Royal Australian Mint put late crocodile hunter Steve Irwin on Australia's money.
In 2001, the Royal Australian Mint (RAM) released a A$5 hologram coin to mark the end of Australia's Centenary of Federation.
Australians lose more than $100 million worth of coins down the back of sofas and car seats each year, the Royal Australian Mint said.
The Royal Australian Mint offers a free one hour guided tour that gives your students the opportunity to see a working factory and observe people (and robots!) working in science-related careers.
A WORKER at the Royal Australian Mint stole thousands of pounds worth of coins - by hiding them in his boots.
Previously the Royal Australian Mint introduced a one-dollar coin, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Parkes' death.
The future of coinage will be a hot topic in Canberra this week with key representatives from Central Banks and financial departments of nine Pacific Island nations attending a coinage seminar organised by the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint).
Hieb struck the final coin to the three-coined series during the National Science Week celebration at the Royal Australian Mint on Monday.
In 2001 the Royal Australian Mint released its first hologram coin, also believed to be the first two-channel hologram coin.
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