that's the only example that jumps to mind?
Nope, but its the first that comes to my head as I have done a 5000 word essay on it for my Spain trip...
Basque nationalism (other than the language component) has strong linkages with Western Australian parochialism. (Main reason I did that essay was to see regionalism in other countries
I have been doing the 1916/17 Conscription Debates for another unit and to think that the Catholic Church in Western Australia barely raised an eyeball to conscription and did not have the same parochial linkage to the 'home country' (Ireland) really showed a drastically different culture to the eastern states.
Including its Politics regarding the Labor Party, in who supported conscription taking place in Western Australia and caimpaigned for it leading up to the 1916 referendum. Questions of unity were a central plank of why Western Australian Labor Party supported it as well.
Which today continues to have links in regards to Carpenter being the only State Premier to ban uranium mining in his state. South Australia and Queensland are now free to pursue a policy that used to be restricted due to a national policy, however Western Australia has refused to take it away, despite it no longer being a key platform of National Labor Policy.
Anyhow topic deviation achieved successfully once again
You can go back to the original topic of discussion.