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Blog posts August 2021

10 Items Your Professional Removalist May Avoid Touching

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There are varieties of belongings that professional moving companies cannot move due to safety as well as laws issues that prohibit their transportations. The items like hazardous chemicals, sharp tools, weapons and firearms are dangerous to move, and that’s why it is good to ask your comp…

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Covid exposure sites: Girl Guides meeting, construction site added to list

A Girl Guides meeting and a construction site are among new close contact locations added to the territory's COVID-19 exposure sites list overnight.

A Girl Guides meeting at Gungaderra Homestead in Harrison on August 11 has been added as a close contact site between 7.25pm and 8.45pm.

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Construction, business support and the 'border bubble': Your questions about Canberra's lockdown

As the ACT enters week two of its three-week lockdown, there are a few questions Canberrans still have about what is and what is not allowed under the restrictions.

Here are the answers to some of the most common questions we received from you.

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How Much Does It Cost to Live in Canberra?

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Over the years, many people have moved to Canberra for several factors such as affordability, safety, peace, etc. These people have established, young, and mature families or they are young couples planning to start a family. If you are among them and want to know whether Canberra is …

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Canberra COVID-19 cluster grows to 28 as ACT lockdown extended for two weeks

The ACT has recorded 19 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19, taking the total number of active cases in Canberra to 28.

One of today's new cases was a student at Lyneham High School, who attended classes over four days while infectious.

Another of the cases is a worker at an aged care facil…

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ACT COVID-19 cases grow to 45 as Canberrans warned next few days will be 'critical'

The ACT has recorded 17 new cases of COVID-19, taking the total number of active cases in Canberra to 45.

Eight of the ACT's COVID-19 cases are currently unlinked and under investigation.

ACT Chief Health Officer Kerryn Coleman today confirmed that six cases had been linked to Fiction nightclu…

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Firewood shortage hits Canberra homes as fireplace popularity remains high

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