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Blog posts June 2022

Bond Cleaning Checklist — Things To Do To Get Your Bond Back

Hi All!
People often overlook important spots when preparing the rental property for the inspection. Most of the time, tenants lose their bond money because of lack of cleanliness. This is because they forget to clean windows, carpets and other important areas.. You can either hire a professional t…

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NSW man extradited to ACT, charged in relation to alleged murder of Philip man Glenn Walewicz

A 19-year-old man has faced the ACT Magistrates Court, charged over his alleged role in the murder of a man in Canberra's south last year.

Glenn Walewicz, 48, was shot dead at his front door in Philip in June, 2021. 

Jayden Williams was arrested by police in the New South Wales town of Glen I…

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Greens call on ACT government to end $40 million public funding of horse racing industry

The ACT Greens are calling for an end to the public funding of horse racing in Canberra.
The ACT government is in negotiations to re-sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Canberra Racing Club and the Harness Racing Club worth about $40 million.

Under the deal, the horse racing indust…

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How To Get An Accurate Moving Estimate

Do you know how to get an accurate moving estimate? If you don’t know, then I can help you. I am also moving to a new place after a few months, and that is why I am preparing my budget. Recently I read an article on how to get an accurate moving estimate, and I found the article very helpful. Prepar…

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Go west: Eastern states' energy ministers urged to look to Western Australia for solutions to crisis

For energy consumers in Australia's eastern states, the grim news and warnings of price pain have been flying thick and fast in recent times. 
First, it was a decision by the energy regulator to jack up benchmark electricity tariffs to 18 per cent from July.

Quickly following the announcement w…

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Canberra barristers blame ACT's falling criminal conviction rate on 'cowboy' police who rely on illegal evidence

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has rejected a claim by a senior Canberra barrister that a steep drop in the criminal conviction rate is partially due to shoddy police work and a "cowboy" culture among some officers.

The guilty rate in the ACT Magistrates Court collapsed in recent years, the …

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