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Thursday, April 15, 2021

Pro Sofa Clean-Professionally Disinfecting Your Workplaces

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In any business realm, it does not matter how renowned your brand is, but what matters is the idea behind it. For some people, cleanliness and hygiene maintenance is a simple task, but it is a habit for others. But some consider it a ritual to be performed wholeheartedly. All these paradigms make cleanliness an ideal factor of life. Why...

Essential Factors To Be Considered About Visiting An Optometrist?

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Optometrist
Eye problems happen to take place at any point in time and therefore, there must be criteria to visit the doctor monthly so that one gets to track their vision quality and stay updated with any disease as well. When it comes to poor vision, it is time to get it checked by an optometrist. An optometrist is an...

Listen To Older Voices: Simon Rashleigh – Part 3

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listen to older voices: simon rashleigh – part 3
    This is the third and penultimate program that features the Life and Times of Baby Boomer – Simon Rashleigh.     Born in the 1950’s, Simon has had a life-long career in many elements of the Australian music business, despite dipping his toe in and out of other careers in other industries. In this program Simon shares more fascinating stories, stories of his...

Drug checking and an early warning network in Victoria could save lives: new coroner’s report

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drug checking and an early warning network in victoria could save lives: new coroner’s report
  Image: Shuttlestock This week the Coroners Court of Victoria released its findings into a cluster of five drug-related deaths across Melbourne between July 2016 and January 2017. The five young males, aged between 17 and 32, were all found to have consumed an unusual combination of two new psychoactive substances. Most of the deceased thought they were taking MDMA. Coroner Paresa Spanos has...

THAT RADIO CHICK CHERYL LEE REVIEWS IAN MOSS – MATCHBOOK 30TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR

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IAN MOSS - SOLO & ACOUSTIC A TRIP FROM ADELAIDE TO SEE IAN MOSS IN SWAN HILL VIA BYRON BAY There’s a bit of a story on how we got to see Ian Moss perform at Swan Hill, but stick with me and we'll get there. Hubby and I got on the midlife crisis Harley for the five day ride from Adelaide...

Sunday essay: truth telling, Return to Uluru and reckoning with the sins of fathers

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sunday essay: truth telling, return to uluru and reckoning with the sins of fathers
  Picture: Lukas Coch/AAP Return to Uluru is the latest book from respected historian Mark McKenna. It is one of a few history books published recently that explicitly engage with the Uluru Statement from the Heart and its demand for a nationwide process of truth telling — one that some key advocates insist should be pursued locally and pluralistically. Not one truth, but many truths. McKenna has already...

Prince Philip dies: old-school European aristocrat and dedicated royal consort

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prince philip dies: old-school european aristocrat and dedicated royal consort
      Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on his last official engagement in 2017. Yui Mok/PA Archive/PA Images The death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh marks the end of a chapter not just for the British royal family – but for European monarchy itself. Philip belonged to that cosmopolitan world of interrelated royals that had ruled Europe before the...

With the government on the ropes, Anthony Albanese has a fighting chance

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with the government on the ropes, anthony albanese has a fighting chance
  Image: Wes Mountain/The Conversation Some promising polling for Labor in recent weeks has inevitably raised that perennial question for a party whose national triumphs since Federation 120 years ago have been rare: can it win the next election? And in the manner of modern elections, the question soon becomes a more personal one: can it win under its present leader, Anthony...

There’s a long and devastating history behind the proposal for a nuclear waste dump in South Australia

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there’s a long and devastating history behind the proposal for a nuclear waste dump in south australia
        Rosemary Laing, one dozen considerations, Totem 1, Emu (2013) on display at The Image is Not Nothing. Josh Geelen On Saturday at the Adelaide Festival there will a public showing of Australian Atomic Confessions, a documentary I co-directed about the tragic and long-lasting effects of the atomic weapons testing carried out by Britain in South Australia in the 1950s. Amid works...

Arts Open 2018 – Castlemaine and surrounding districts

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Arts Open 2018 – Castlemaine And Surrounding Districts
" template="/home/todev/public_html/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/ngglegacy/view/gallery.php" ngg_triggers_display="never" ngg_proofing_display="0" order_by="imagedate" order_direction="ASC" returns="included" maximum_entity_count="500"] March 10-12th & 17-18 2018  Ever wondered what makes artists tick, where they find inspiration or just how long it takes to achieve the end result? Do you have a favourite local artist and you would like to see where they work? This month, studio doors are being flung open by artists from...