1. In 1975, Victoria Australia had a government shutdown, which ended with the Queen firing everyone and the government starting again.
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3. Victoria Australia is ranked second on the Human Development Index.
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4. Victoria Australia was one of the founding members of the United Nations.
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11. Victoria Australia is by far the most densely populated Australian state, and it is surpassed only by New South Wales in total population.
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14. Victoria Australia is separated from New South Wales to the north by the Murray River for a length of about 1,065 miles and by an additional boundary of some 110 miles (180 km) linking Cape Howe and the nearest source of the Murray.
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17. Victoria Australia has one team each represented in the National Rugby League and the Australian Rugby Championship, the Melbourne Storm and Melbourne Rebels respectively.
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23. Victoria Australia is represented in the National Rugby League by the Melbourne Storm and in Super Rugby by the Melbourne Rebels.
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27. State of Victoria Australia is the second largest economy in Australia after New South Wales, accounting for a quarter of the nation's gross domestic product.
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31. Victoria Australia has a written constitution enacted in 1975, but based on the 1855 colonial constitution, passed by the United Kingdom Parliament as the Victoria Constitution Act 1855, which establishes the Parliament as the state's law-making body for matters coming under state responsibility.
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33. Victoria Australia has a parliamentary form of government based on the Westminster System.
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34. In 1901, Victoria Australia became a state in the Commonwealth of Australia.
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35. Victoria Australia has eight public universities, with the oldest, the University of Melbourne, dating from 1853.
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