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Blog posts July 2022

Tips To Prevent Moving Day Injuries

People often suffer from various injuries during the moving day. Do you know why? It is because people overlook the safety measure. If you are planning to relocate and want to accomplish the move safely, then here is an article. It has some excellent tips to prevent moving day injuries. After readin…

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Logan City Council undercut competitors in own green waste program, watchdog finds

A south-east Queensland council unintentionally undercut commercial waste businesses when it launched its own residential green waste bin program, the Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) has found. 
Logan City Council (LCC) established a green waste program for residents last year, but months l…

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Former Queensland Health Metro North boss Malcolm Stamp returns to Australia to face corruption charges in Brisbane

The former boss of Queensland's largest public hospital service has returned to Australia to face corruption charges in relation to an alleged nepotism scandal more than seven years ago.

Malcolm Frederick Stamp, who was the chief executive of Metro North Health and Hospital Service (MNHHS) betwee…

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Expert Ways To Clean Grout Between Floor Tiles

When my cousin started using bleach on her countertops, she found that it was getting dull and discoloured. So, she went online and did some research on why this was happening. She found this article that told her why she should not use bleach on stone countertops and what she could use in place. Sh…

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Mongol Derby horse race entrant Sarah Carroll ready for tough event

Preparing for "pure madness" in the saddle is a dream come true for Queenslander Sarah Carroll, who will take the reins in the world's toughest and longest horse race.  

Ms Carroll is one of only 40 riders selected from across the globe to ride in the Mongol Derby next month.

Riders will fin…

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Archaeologists investigate medical incarceration of Indigenous Australians in leprosariums

Kerry Churnside remembers looking after her Uncle Horace when she was a little girl.

"He was in a wheelchair because of his leprosy; he had weak hands and legs. We would push him out into the sunshine every morning; he loved the sun," she said.

"My mother went to the Health Department in Port …

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