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30,000 get wet to hear Dalai Lama

by Danielle Teutsch, Sydney Morning Herald, June 17, 2007

Sydney, Australia -- ANYONE hoping the Dalai Lama would divulge the meaning of life at his public talk in Sydney yesterday would have been disappointed.


Dalai Lama Talks In Auckland Today

Newswire.co.nz, June 17, 2007

Auckland, New Zealand -- The exiled Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama is expected to address thousands of people in a lecture in Auckland today, but it seems unlikely that his visit to this country will see a formal invitation to see the Prime Minister.


Monks create Buddhist oasis

by IAN STEWARD, The Press, June 16, 2007

Marshland, New Zealand -- As the Dalai Lama jetted in to town, talking (or not) to the Prime Minister, addressing stadiums of thousands, five Buddhist monks in Marshland rejoiced at the latest offering from their local devotees – electric blankets.


Tibetan community welcomes Dalai Lama to Sydney

ABC News Online, June 14, 2007

Sydney, Australia -- Hundreds of people from Sydney's Tibetan community have turned out to welcome the 14th Dalai Lama at Sydney Airport.


Young people 'turning to spirituality': Dalai Lama

By Alyssa Braithwaite, AAP, June 14, 2007

Sydney, Australia -- GROWING numbers of young people are turning to spirituality as they realise they cannot inject, drink or purchase peace of mind, the Dalai Lama says.


Geelong leaves an impression on Dalai Lama

by Danny Lannen, Geelong Advertiser, June 13, 2007

Geelong, Australia -- TIBETAN spiritual leader the Dalai Lama commended Geelong's beautiful people as he left the city.


Dalai Lama pays homage to "Crocodile Hunter's" zoo

AP, June 13, 2007

BEERWAH, Australia -- One of the world's most famous animal lovers visited the former stomping ground of another on Wednesday when the Dalai Lama toured the family zoo of late "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin.


Dalai Lama heads to Canberra

Tha Age, June 11, 2007

Canberra, Australia -- The Dalai Lama heads to Canberra on Tuesday, still none the wiser about whether his day will include a meeting with Prime Minister John Howard.


Humble symbol of Tibetan freedom

by Rowan Callick, The Australian, June 9, 2007

Perth, Australia -- THE Dalai Lama was born Lhamo Dhondrub on July 6, 1935, in Taktser village in northeast Tibet, to a farming family.


Dalai Lama blesses Bendigo's big Buddhist stupa

AAP, June 07, 2007

Bendigo, Australia -- THE Dalai Lama visited Bendigo today to bless the biggest Buddhist stupa in the Western world, which is under construction and due to be completed by 2010.


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