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Blog posts April 2022

Where to Find Low-Investment Businesses for Sale in Brisbane?

Hello All!

The hard hit of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives completely. I lost my job in the corporate sector in 2019. It was a tough time for the entire family. But, my husband managed everything with patience. This made our bond more substantial, and we have decided to do something o…

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Native red triangle slugs pop up in Queensland backyards after rain, delighting researchers

A large, unique native slug spotted on pool decks and trees throughout Brisbane is intriguing home owners with its brightly-coloured shape on its back.
The striking red triangle slugs have emerged due to wetter than normal weather conditions in the south-east corner.

Queensland Museum honorary r…

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Birkdale Community Precinct draft master plan, including proposed Olympics venue, to proceed to Redland City Council

A draft master plan for a major new community precinct in the Redlands, east of Brisbane, will be scrutinised by Redland councillors this morning. 
The proposed Birkdale Community Precinct master plan covers a 62-hectare site on Old Cleveland Road East at Birkdale including the heritage-listed Wil…

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Why Is Cleaning Therapeutic?

Hello friends,
Often when it comes to house cleaning, most of us are guilty of procrastinating and it adversely affects our household hygiene. Thus, family members fall sick repeatedly and your home can smell bad. It is stressful living in a dirty home and you can feel mentally and physically exhau…

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Queensland's COVID-19 vaccination mandate has eased. These are the rules that remain in place

Queensland is now at its most relaxed COVID-19 rules since the pandemic began more than two years ago.

Overnight the vaccine mandate to enter some public venues has been eliminated and with it the need to check in.

So what is changing, and what rules will remain?

Here is where vaccination s…

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Questions raised after Brisbane aged care development approved, despite known flood risk

Some elderly residents evacuated their retirement village, at night after the power was cut, stoically scrambling down blacked-out fire escape stairs with their walking frames.
They were the lucky ones.

Others who waited until the next day had to be lifted into rubber dinghies and floated out th…

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