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Blog posts October 2020

Are you using your cleaning products wrong?

Hello friends, I am back with another blog! Today, let us learn how to use cleaning products correctly. Yes you read that right! It is possible that you are using the standard cleaning solutions and things in your house incorrectly. Here is an article I found recently that has wonderful information.…

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Australia seeks confirmation of reported China coal import ban

The Australian government is seeking clarification from Beijing on reports that China has suspended purchases of Australian coal amid heightened diplomatic tensions between the two countries.

Chinese power stations and steel mills have been verbally told to immediately stop using Australian coal,…

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Australia to join Malabar naval exercise next month

Amid the ongoing stand-off with China in eastern Ladakh, the Ministry of Defence on Monday announced that Australia would join the Malabar 2020 naval exercise, consisting of India, Japan and the U.S., to be held next month, more than three years after Australia first requested to join.

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How to Clean your Carpets Properly?

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Carpets not only provide comfort to your feet but also enhance the overall appearance of your home. However, it can quickly get dirty because it accumulates dust, allergens and people often ignore its cleaning. I live in Harrison, Canberra and have recently clean my carpets. Thus I want to share…

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Australia state border openings: Flying into South Australia from NSW a glimpse of the new normal for travel

The future of travel, or at least its most immediate one, is here and on full display on a once routine, banal even, flight between two capital cities.

Get used to it. It's a taste of what we can expect to experience in the months, perhaps, heaven forbid, years, to come, even with the advent of a…

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Are international students finally returning to Australia?

Northern Territory has trumped South Australia to spearhead the return of international students, as part of the country’s first pilot program which will see up to 70 students arriving in Darwin from Singapore later this month.

The first batch of students will return to the campus at the Charle…

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