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Blog posts October 2022

The Ultimate Marketing Tips When Buying a Cafe for Sale

People in the capital of Queensland love coffee and enjoying a cuppa by themselves or with friends, family or colleagues. Buying a café for sale in Brisbane is a sure way to become a successful entrepreneur. If you are planning to acquire an established coffee shop, it is best to focus on a suburb. …

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Forensic scientists did not look at photos when evaluating DNA evidence, Queensland inquiry hears

An inquiry has heard "no thinking" was required by scientists at Queensland's forensics lab when analysing crime scene samples for DNA.
An inquiry is underway in Brisbane examining a 2018 change in processes at Queensland Health's Forensic and Scientific Services laboratory for testing of crime sce…

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BOM's Queensland weekend weather forecast includes heavy rainfall, severe storms as warnings issued

Heavy rain looks set to lash large parts of Queensland this weekend as the weather bureau issues several flash flooding and severe thunderstorm warnings for central and southern parts of the state.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has placed most of central and southern Queensland on flood watch a…

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How To Prepare Your Home To Welcome A New Baby

Hello friends,
Is your baby on the way? I know you cannot wait to see the little one but it is also scary because you have to manage so much. You have to deep clean your home, organise things, go shopping, set up the nursery and do a lot more. So, how to streamline your work? Here is a complete gui…

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Gas production costs in Queensland's Lake Eyre Basin will be 'staggering', report claims

Gas exploration projects in Queensland's Channel Country will be expensive to produce, generate "significant" carbon emissions and are likely to be abandoned, a report has found.
The report by Pegasus Economics, commissioned by environmental lobby group Lock The Gate, argued gas found in the Lake E…

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Brisbane mayor calls for a daylight saving trial in Queensland 30 years after state's last referendum

Brisbane's mayor is urging the state government to give daylight saving another go, more than 30 years after it was last trialled.
Daylight saving began for most parts of Australia on Sunday at 2am, meaning most Australians have now set their clock forward one hour to make the most of sunny spring …

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