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Jul 04 2017

Brooks Traditional Fish And Chips, Victoria Point, QLD

Traditional British Fish And Chips in Brisbane Bayside, Redland City, Queensland

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Mar 19 2015

Allsorts of Sweets – Gold Coast

Allsorts of Sweets on the Gold Coast Allsorts of Sweets Paradise Shopping Centre (under the big guitar at Hard Rock) Cavill Mall Surfers Paradise Queensland Contact: Tel: 07 5592 6559 Web: allsortsofsweets.com.au Information: x

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Jun 17 2011

Spice Avenue Balti Restaurant, Brisbane

The Spice Avenue Balti Restaurant 190 Birkdale Road Birkdale Queensland Australia 4159 Contact: Tel: (07) 3822 9822 Mob: Email: Web: www.thespiceavenue.com.au Details: The first Balti restaurant in QLD. Indian food – British style. A different style of Indian cooking, originating in Birmingham. Fully licensed and BYO for Bottled Wines Only.

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Jun 14 2011

$17,000 grant for a new home in Queensland

The Queensland budget, announced 14th June 2011 has stated that a $10,000 grant will be available for constructing, or buying, a new home up to the value of $600,000, if contracted between 1 August 2011 and 31 January 2012. This will be in addition to the Federal Governments $7,000 First Home Buyers Grant. First home …

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Jun 14 2011

Stamp Duty on Queensland Property

Stamp Duty when buying Queensland Property has for some time been calculated according to THREE options: A New Home buyer A Residential Home owner A Property Investor The new home owner received a duty free threshold, whereby they paid no Stamp Duty. The Property Investor paid a full rate of Stamp Duty. The Residential Home …

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Jun 14 2011

Queensland Ambulance Levy

The Queensland Ambulance Levy will be scrapped following the June 2011 Queensland budget. This levy was charged with everyone’s electricity bill at a rate of about $113 per year. It was introduced in 2004 to cover the cost of providing FREE ambulance service to Queensland residents. The government has confirmed that ambulance services will remain …

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May 19 2011

International Baccalaureate schools in Queensland

The International Baccalaureate schools listed in Queensland in May 2011 are: Cairns State High School, Cairns, Queensland Hills International College, Jimboomba, Queensland Indooroopilly State High School, Indooroopilly, Brisbane John Paul College, Daisy Hill, Queensland Mountain Creek State High School, Mooloolaba, Queensland Queensland Academy – Science Mathematics and Technology, Toowong, Queensland Queensland Academy for Creative Industries, …

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May 18 2011

How to get an Electrical Licence in Queensland

Electrical Licence in Queensland How to get an Electrical Licence in Queensland Here is an example of someone’s own experiences, with a username “MigrantOz” I’ve written this post so that all you sparkys waiting to come over to Oz are aware of what you may have to do to become fully licensed so that you …

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May 18 2011

Queensland State Elections

2009 Queensland State Election First Female Australian State Premier elected Following the Queensland State election on Saturday 21st March 2009, the Australian Labor Party (ALP) has won another term in office, although with a smaller majority. On a two-party preferred basis, the result appears to be: 51.3% ALP Australian Labor Party48.7% LNP Liberal National Party …

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May 18 2011

Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Cairns, Queensland, Australia Current Queensland Time IN PROGRESS Cairns Min and Max Temperatures April 2009

May 18 2011

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Brisbane is the third Major City in Australia, ranking in size after Sydney and Melbourne. 2011 Census Population: Australian Bureau of Statistics for Brisbane 2,065,996 Greater Brisbane (Greater Capital City Statistical Area) 1,079,400 Brisbane LGA (Local Government Area) Overseas born Population by country of Birth         109,583  United Kingdom           99,285  New Zealand …

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May 18 2011

Motoring in Brisbane and QLD

Motoring in Queensland New Road Rules in Queensland www.abcdiamond.com.au/road-rules-in-queensland Drink Driving in Queensland Easter 2009 Queensland State Traffic Support Branch Superintendent Col Campbell said out of 52,128 random breath tests, 225 people were caught drink-driving in the first 48 hours of the Easter break. Permanent Resident A Permanent Resident is normally allowed to drive for …

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May 18 2011

Education in Brisbane and Queensland

Education in Queensland, Australia The school year in Queensland The School year normally starts in the last week of January, and ends in December. 2011 Queensland School terms Term 1: 24 Jan – 15 Apr Term 2: 27 Apr – 24 Jun Term 3: 11 Jul – 16 Sep Term 4: 3 Oct – 9 …

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May 18 2011

Things to do in Brisbane

Things to do in Brisbane Things to Do in QLD Alma Park Zoo – QLD Aussie World Australian Butterfly Sanctuary – Kuranda Qld Australia Zoo Australian Woolshed – QLD Billabong Sanctuary – Billabong, QLD : 17 km south of Townsville Bribie Island Brisbane Forest Park/Walk-About Creek Wildlife Centre – Mount Coot-tha Lookout The Ginger Factory …

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May 18 2011

Furnished Accommodation in Brisbane and Queensland

Furnished Accommodation in Brisbane and Queensland   Cleveland Mews, Cleveland, Brisbane, QLDThis self contained 2 bedroom Villa that accommodates up to five people is set in a picturesque part of Cleveland and backs onto over 5 acres of parkland.With only a short walk or drive to shops, restaurants, cafes, farmers markets, ferry service and train …

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Mar 01 2011

Employment: Plumbers in Queensland

Plumbers and drainers licences in Australia To undertake plumbing and drainage work, you must have a current Queensland licence or endorsements that authorise you to undertake the particular work. There are three classes of plumbers and drainers licences issued in Queensland by the Plumbing Industry Council (PIC): Plumbers licence Drainers licence Restricted licence Mutual recognition …

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Feb 14 2011

Celtic Koala, Irish & British Store, QLD 4030

300 Lutwyche Rd, Windsor, QLD 4030 07 3162 2320 Delicious range of Pork Sausages, Black Pudding, White Pudding, Scotch Eggs, Proper English Pork Pies, Gammon Steaks, Potato Bread, Crisps, Sauces, Drinks, Chocolates, Flags, Car Stickers and much much more!!! Check us out at www.celtickoala.com.au View Larger Map

Feb 11 2011

Kirk’s English Patisserie, Minyama, Queensland, 4575

An English Patisserie on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Jan 29 2011

Average Wages in Queensland by Occupation May 2010

Average cash wages of Male Non Managerial workers in May 2010 varied from $39,104 to $131,404 per year, depending on the occupation.

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Dec 21 2010

Icons of Queensland

In 2009, the Queensland government released a list of the top 150 Queensland Icons This is the list, in Alphabetical order: 1974 Queensland floods 1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games All chained up for women’s rights (1965 at Regatta Hotel) Allan (Alfie) Langer Allan Border Apple and Grape Harvest Festival (Stanthorpe) Australia Zoo (Sunshine Coast Hinterland) Australian …

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