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MIDSUMMER … MADNESS AND SKIN CARE

Midsummer …! Now’s the time for women to wear their prettiest clothes, their shortest skirts, their easiest hair-style, their lightest make0ups. Now’s the time to appear with a fresh, glowing skin to greet the long, midsummer days. The time for prettiness, this is the time of year  when you want to be pretty! But the gentle colours, light lipsticks and ...

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THE STORY OS STAWELL FALLS FESTIVAL WHICH CHANGED TO MEGA ESCAPE

A Stawell locals who was mashed in the Falls Festival mega escape has depicted the sight like a battleground, many inanimate bodies of exhausted people here and there in time the medical care started its treatment. Eyewitness inform that the assemble started go out of the Grand Theatre awning when unexpectedly festival pioneers could not move a hand and start ...

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CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME, YOUR HAPPINESS OUR GIFTS

Snowy Monaro Regional Council asked the public to put in mind that council staff and appointed community representatives are incapable to receive present or interest on account of their official positions. General manager, Joe Vescio inform that he wish the people should show their appreciation to council representatives they should progress official thanks and heartening comments. (The Snowy Monaro Regional ...

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WE SHOULD PUBLISH OUR JOYS, AND CONCEAL OUR GRIEFS

After suffered the loss of their best friends last year, Kurt Byrne and Fiona Odewhan got just that at 1:32am on New Year’s Day when their first apple of their eyes Michael Kurt Leslie Byrne was born after nearly 24 hours of hard work, and had won the heading of the first baby born in the Australian Capital Territory in ...

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THE AGE WILL NEVER BE OBSTACLE IN FONT OF AMBITION

In the age of 55, the beautiful Julie Misson getting ready to start a line of work in the new year growing healthcare apps. As a previous nurse, she has brought into being a number of new apps containing, first one supply details on maternity services for new mothers and second one supply counseling to carers of someone who dying ...

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BIG DAY BECOME CLOSER, SHOP FOR CHRISTMAS BEFORE THEY CLOSE

Around fewer than 24 hours remain to get ready for the big day, Canberra people have made their last-minute run to the territory’s shops to get all their Christmas day necessity. exhausted beautiful look full of festival joy, seafood lover took their way through the Fyshwick place from early morning so they can get fresh seafood, cozy sourdough. In the ...

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SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE ILLUMINATED GREEN FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND APPROACH

Ratepayer pay out just around $200,000 to switch the Sydney Opera House green to encouragement the 2016 census, with no even any single understandable mention of the national report. The national landmark seven sails were illuminate for two nights but did not contain any data around the census. Inner information brings out that it cost ratepayer around $200,000 for the ...

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CHRISTMAS SPIRIT SPREAD OVER THE WINGS OF CHARITY ORGANIZATION AND VOLUNTEERS

Christmas spirit over wings of charity organizations and crowds of volunteers which spread the Christmas spirit joy to deprived families across South Australia. The big heart smith family combined more than eight thousand and five hundred dolls and stories for the kids who would otherwise have gone without gifts this Christmas. More than 1650 kids from more than 750 houses ...

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BOODEREE (PLENTY OF FISH) WITH IT’S NEW BEGINNING

Booderee National Park is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and is leased to Parks Australia. At this time, it is administered by the two, the first is the traditional land owners and the second is Parks Australia, but the Australian Government has committed to handing management back to the Wreck Bay community, in time the majority of the ...

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