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Blog posts March 2023

The 10 Best Upholstery Cleaners Of 2023

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Often when it comes to cleaning or sanitising our upholstery, we put off the activities and feel unmotivated to do them. However, that can change when you invest in good cleaning tools that make dusting, wiping and other sanitising activities easy. The markets have many upholstery cle…

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Two men behind controversial New Norfolk housing project facing drug trafficking charges

The company behind a controversial housing development north of Hobart claims it is in the "process of restructuring" because two of its owners are facing criminal charges in Canberra.
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) register shows Matthew William Byrne of Googong, 32, of…

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Labor promises $15m to restore historic Cuttagee Bridge if it wins state election

Residents campaigning to save a historic wooden bridge on the New South Wales Far South Coast have welcomed a $15-million commitment from the state's opposition to restore it if they're elected on March 25.
Designed more than 130 years ago, Cuttagee Bridge is situated on the Tathra to Bermagui Road…

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Why Is Carpet Cleaning So Important For A Healthy House?

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Carpets can absorb odours from various sources, including pets, cooking, and smoking. Regular cleaning can help to remove these odours and leave your home smelling fresh and clean. Belive it or not! Regular carpet cleaning is an important part of maintaining a healthy, clean, and attractive…

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Kenan Dowden-Carlisle changes plea to guilty after murdering man in Canberra's CBD

New South Wales man Kenan Dowden-Carlisle has pleaded guilty to murdering a 29-year-old man in broad daylight in Canberra's city centre in December 2021.

The killing happened mid-morning, in the middle of a busy city area, in an alleyway just off Garema Place.

Police were alerted to the crime …

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Australia's summer of extremes ends after cooler temperatures, below average rain

Parts of eastern and central Australia have just recorded their coolest summer in more than a decade, but La Niña's loosened grip meant rainfall was well below recent years.

The low temperatures were abnormal as climate change now ensures the vast majority of seasons are warmer than past years, …

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