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Blog posts November 2021

House Cleaning Checklist Before Listing Your Home For Sale

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Are you planning to sell a house before moving? There are many ways to increase the value of a home. You can renovate a part of your abode, such a kitchen or the patio area, paint all your walls and clean up the entire premises. The last one holds a great importance because a clean and shin…

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Potential corruption risks in draft legislation for 2032 Olympic Games organising committee, CCC warns

Provisions to exempt elected officials from declaring conflicts of interest if they are also a director on the 2032 Olympic Games organising committee presents corruption risks, the head of Queensland's corruption watchdog has warned.
The state government introduced legislation into parliament in l…

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Formal offer to buy West End factory for Olympics media lodged by Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council has made a formal offer to purchase an inner-city glass factory ahead of plans to transform the site into a broadcast centre for the 2032 Olympics.
The Visy Glass property in West End was marked in official Olympics pitch documents as the planned location of a 57,000-square-me…

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A Complete Guide to Changing Your Address When Moving

Home relocation is one of the difficult tasks when you haven’t prepared anything in advance. Apart from packing up precious possessions, make sure you update the new address with necessary authorities.

After deciding the date of move and finalising your new abode, make sure you prepare a comple…

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Jeannette Young sworn in as Queensland's Governor

Jeannette Young has been sworn in as Queensland's 27th Governor, after yesterday ending 16 years as the state's chief health officer.
She is the fourth woman to serve in the role.

Distinguished guests seated at the Speaker's Green at Parliament House were welcomed with the Australian anthem and …

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Families will be forced to isolate for 14 days at home if just one member gets COVID-19 in Queensland

With Queensland slowly edging towards its vaccination targets, those who have had two doses will still have to quarantine for two weeks if they get COVID-19.
As will their family, which means partners and their children, or flatmates or grandparents, if they live in the same home and are deemed at …

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