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sewroo products - 'sewroo products'posted by Leeanne and Graham Schultz

sewroo products
listing posted on 07/07/2009
Ironing Board Covers, Peg Bags, Wash Bags, Iron Shields, Peg Pouch, Dolly Pegs, Iron Mat, Australian Made...
thanks to Leeanne and Graham Schultz

Experiencing Australia's Snowy Mountains - 'Experiencing Australia's Snowy Mountains'posted by site administrator

Experiencing Australia's Snowy Mountains
news (Attractions) posted on 21/12/2008
With and without snow, the Snowy's Mountains slopes provide plenty of opportunities for fun and relaxation...
thanks to site administrator

Off your trolley or just fleeing it - 'Strange juxtaposition.  Unloved trolleys in Edgecliff'posted by Fran

Off your trolley or just fleeing it
story posted on 01/12/2008 - about
It seems stray shopping trolleys are multiplying. But when people abandon their trolleys and put a blight on the native (or urban) landscape, they're not necessarily being especially Australian about it, since stray trolleys are an urban problem anywhere ...
thanks to Fran

Coffs Harbour - Home of the 'Big Banana' - 'Coffs Harbour - Home of the 'Big Banana''posted by site administrator

Coffs Harbour - Home of the 'Big Banana'
news (Attractions) posted on 25/11/2008
Every holiday location needs a marketing theme. But Coffs Harbour is much more than just bananas...
thanks to site administrator

Family tradition under threat - 'Family tradition under threat'posted by site administrator

Family tradition under threat
news (Special Feature) posted on 16/08/2008
Family-owned Aussie businesses heading for extinction...
thanks to site administrator

Macrossan House Boutique Holiday Apartments - 'Macrossan House Boutique Holiday Apartments'posted by Trevor Hurst

Macrossan House Boutique Holiday Apartments
listing posted on 12/07/2008
16 Boutique style 1 Bedroom S/C Apartments in the heart of Macrossan St but set back for peace and tranquility. A short stroll to the famous 4 Mile Beach....
thanks to Trevor Hurst

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Thoughtful strangers
story posted on 20/04/2008 - about
Juggling my shopping bags to the car, I managed to drop my keys down the drain. To my surprise, three young men ran over to help. One took and held my bags and the other two lifted the grate to fish my keys out. Can't get more Australian then that!...
thanks to jodyandbenny

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My world
story posted on 16/04/2008 - about
I moved from Sydney to Mid North Coast of NSW. It never ceases to amaze me how diverse our land is! I love this coastal area I am in - Nambucca Heads is beaches and shopping, but just down the road, Bowraville is full of history and country farms!...
thanks to amandal

Flag on a dumpsterposted by Doug Kirkpatrick

Flag on a dumpster
story posted on 12/03/2005 - about
I knew I was back in Australia when I noticed a large dumpster decorated with the national flag. Here it is, standing proudly out the back of a shopping centre on the Sunshine Coast town of Kawana Waters, Queensland. Don't let anyone say rubbish col...
thanks to Doug Kirkpatrick from Melbourne

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local help
story posted on 31/01/2005 - about
Walking through my local shopping centre last Saturday, I passed a shop with a display out the front. " All takings today donated to Tsunami relief projects ". There was a charity group monitoring the takings. I thought this was an excellent exampl...
thanks to John Lacey

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