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Welcome to the photo gallery for the 2002–2003 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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His Excellency Mr Jorge da Conceição Teme (centre left), East Timor’s first Ambassador to Australia, after presenting credentials to His Excellency the Hon. Sir Guy Green, AC KBE CVO, Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia (centre right) in May 2003. Also pictured are Deputy Secretary, Peter Grey (seated, far right) and Chief of Protocol, Matthew Peek (seated, far left). (Photo: Michael Jensen)
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His Excellency Mr Jorge da Conceição Teme (centre left), East Timor’s first Ambassador to Australia, after presenting credentials to His Excellency the Hon. Sir Guy Green, AC KBE CVO, Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia (centre right) in May 2003. Also pictured are Deputy Secretary, Peter Grey (seated, far right) and Chief of Protocol, Matthew Peek (seated, far left). (Photo: Michael Jensen) Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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Mr Saul Eslake, Chief Economist, ANZ and Francis Perkins, Executive Director of the department’s Economic Analytical Unit, at the Melbourne launch of Globalisation: Keeping the gains in May 2003. (Photo: Michael Silver/Photonet)
His Excellency Mr Jorge da Conceição Teme (centre left), East Timor’s first Ambassador to Australia, after presenting credentials to His Excellency the Hon. Sir Guy Green, AC KBE CVO, Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia (centre right) in May 2003. Also pictured are Deputy Secretary, Peter Grey (seated, far right) and Chief of Protocol, Matthew Peek (seated, far left). (Photo: Michael Jensen)
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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Alexander Downer (right), and Minister for Justice and Customs, Senator Chris Ellison (centre), briefed the media from the Presidential Palace in Jakarta after the Bali bombings in October 2002. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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The internal courtyard of the new Australian embassy in Berlin. The building of the chancery was one of the department’s most significant construction projects. The embassy was officially opened by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Alexander Downer, in January 2003.
His Excellency Mr Jorge da Conceição Teme (centre left), East Timor’s first Ambassador to Australia, after presenting credentials to His Excellency the Hon. Sir Guy Green, AC KBE CVO, Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia (centre right) in May 2003. Also pictured are Deputy Secretary, Peter Grey (seated, far right) and Chief of Protocol, Matthew Peek (seated, far left). (Photo: Michael Jensen)
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The Australian Consular Desk at the Sanglah Hospital in Bali in October 2002. From left: departmental staff member Tom Sinkovits, an Australian Army Officer (centre) and Chaplain Peter Harvey (right), Royal Australian Air Force. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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Embassy staff inspect the layout of the new chancery in Manila, which was completed in May 2003. From left to right: Alan Morrell, Austrade Senior Trade Commissioner in the Philippines, Mike Moignard, Austrade Executive General Manager South East Asia, departmental staff member Jamie Troup, and Miles Armitage, Deputy Head of Mission, Manila.
His Excellency Mr Jorge da Conceição Teme (centre left), East Timor’s first Ambassador to Australia, after presenting credentials to His Excellency the Hon. Sir Guy Green, AC KBE CVO, Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia (centre right) in May 2003. Also pictured are Deputy Secretary, Peter Grey (seated, far right) and Chief of Protocol, Matthew Peek (seated, far left). (Photo: Michael Jensen)
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The department’s Crisis Centre in operation. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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The department’s Overseas Property Office organised an International Property Management Conference held in Canberra in April 2003. Delegates were senior property managers from foreign ministries from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States and the Netherlands.
His Excellency Mr Jorge da Conceição Teme (centre left), East Timor’s first Ambassador to Australia, after presenting credentials to His Excellency the Hon. Sir Guy Green, AC KBE CVO, Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia (centre right) in May 2003. Also pictured are Deputy Secretary, Peter Grey (seated, far right) and Chief of Protocol, Matthew Peek (seated, far left). (Photo: Michael Jensen)
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The Prime Minister, Mr Howard, inspecting the site of the Bali bombings. (Photo: Reuters) Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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The department presented the Roni Ellis Indigenous Study Awards to two Indigenous students, Melita Berthaly and Jillian Omosigho, in October 2002. The awards are named in memory of Roni Ellis, an Indigenous departmental staff member who died of leukaemia in 2000. From left to right: Nicole Rawson-Harris, daughter of Roni Ellis, departmental staff member Patrick Johnson, Jillian Omosigho and Melita Berthaly.
His Excellency Mr Jorge da Conceição Teme (centre left), East Timor’s first Ambassador to Australia, after presenting credentials to His Excellency the Hon. Sir Guy Green, AC KBE CVO, Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia (centre right) in May 2003. Also pictured are Deputy Secretary, Peter Grey (seated, far right) and Chief of Protocol, Matthew Peek (seated, far left). (Photo: Michael Jensen)
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Deputy Director of the department’s Tasmanian State Office, Martin Randle, promoted exports at AGFEST, Tasmania’s largest agricultural show, in May 2003. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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Doug Chester, then First Assistant Secretary, Corporate Management Division, signed the department’s new certified agreement with Caroline Linke, staff representative (from the Association of Foreign Affairs and Trade Employees) in May 2003.
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Australian Ambassador to Thailand, Miles Kupa, hosted a reception for the premiere of the film, Lantana, to mark the start of the 2nd Australian Film Festival in Thailand in May 2003. The festival was organised in cooperation with EGV Entertainment Plc and FM 107 Right Radio. From left, Mr Jackie Russell, Program Director of FM 107 Right Radio, Ms Zuly Chudori, Ambassador Kupa, Mr Wichai Poolwaraluk, Executive President of EGV Entertainment Plc and Mr Sophat Sithisomwong, Chief Marketing Officer of EGV Entertainment Plc. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade provides a family friendly workplace. In-house Medical Adviser, Dr Mathew Klein (left), with departmental staff member, Christopher Lang (right). (Photo: Michael Jensen)
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Australian Consul-General to Los Angeles the Hon. John Olsen, addressed the Anzac Day commemorative service held in Los Angeles in April 2003. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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The launch of the CD Listen up! Music of Black Australia was part of the celebration of NAIDOC week in July 2002. Left to right: Tracey Haines, departmental staff member, Mr Lloyd Malalung Garrawirtja, musician, Mr Michael Hohnen, Skinnyfish Music, Pamela Fayle, then Acting Secretary, Mr George Rrurambu, singer and cultural performer and Mr Seaman Dan, Torres Strait Islander singer.

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