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Australia Post customer Service

Australia Post customer Service


Australia Post continues to warn customers of emails which advise that a courier was unable to deliver a parcel to their address. Australia Post does not request customers to remit a payment for parcel collection, nor does it charge customers for holding a parcel. Scroll down to see some examples of scam emails. Scam sender addresses aupostalservice auspostalservice24 aupostal-service…


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Australian Custom Guitars

Australian Custom Guitars


About the exhibitor: Merv Cargill was a favourite in the guitar community. His attention to detail and immense passion for producing instruments of the optimum tonality and finish made the Cargill name one that is now synonymous with the guitar industry. From his backyard garage, Merv attracted some of the biggest music names with his reputation in guitars travelling far and…


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Australian gestures

Australian gestures


Australia The People Home to nearly five million immigrants from 160 countries, Australia is rich in cultural diversity. Australians, or Aussies,enjoy an easy-going lifestyle and are generally friendly and relaxed. Modesty and equality are valued. Meeting and Greeting Shake hands with everyone present upon meeting and before leaving. Allow women to offer their hands first…


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Australian dating Customs

Australian dating Customs


Could I take you out to dinner this weekend? is rarely heard in many places in Australia, because people Down Under still see the modern concept of dating as a new American custom that strikes them as odd. Australians go about finding that special someone in their own way, and attribute their style to the rich mix of ancient tribal influences and the traditions of European…


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Australian Wedding Customs

Australian Wedding Customs


Wedding Ceremony Australia - the wedding ceremony and customs are extremely varied in this country’s multicultural society. However, mostly the traditions of the rest of the Western world are followed in Australia - particularly the English, Scottish and Irish traditions Even if it is not a formal wedding ceremony the Australian brides still wear the traditional white wedding…


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History of Aboriginal

History of Aboriginal


The history of Aboriginal peoples in Canada is rich and diverse. This history stretches long into the past before the arrival of the European newcomers with diverse interactions among different peoples, flourishing trade and fierce conflict, and competition for lands and resources. The history of First Nations, Inuit and Métis is essentially the very history of Canada as they…


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Major countries in Australia

Major countries in Australia


Continue Below The following is a list of the largest countries by area in the world: 1. Russia – Largest country in the world by far with a size of 17, 098, 242 square km (6, 601, 668 square mi) 2. Canada – Second largest in the world and largest in the Americas with 9, 984, 670 square km (3, 855, 100 sq ml). It is also the country with the most water in the world (8.93% of…


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Australian Custom Motorcycles

Australian Custom Motorcycles


The Honda FT500 was released in the early 1980s with a strong focus on American flat track racing (the “FT” in the name was a reference to this), it was fitted with the same 499cc single cylinder engine as the almost bullet-proof Honda XR500 enduro bike – with the addition of cast aluminium wheels, an integrated tank/seat/tail, and disc brakes with dual piston calipers. With…


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Australian Custom knife Maker

Australian Custom knife Maker


Karim of Tharwa Valley Forge has been holding regular knifemaking meets in Canberra for well over a year. In discussion with him, he convinced us that it would be worth trying Sydney Knifemakers and Blacksmiths Meet Up. The concept is simple. Provide a venue where knifemakers can get together, talk shop, share ideas and get to know each other face to face. Something that is…


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ANZAC symbols

ANZAC symbols


The red poppy has become a symbol of war remembrance the world over. People in many countries wear the poppy to remember those who died in war or who still serve. In many countries, the poppy is worn around Armistice Day (11 November), but in New Zealand it is most commonly seen around Anzac Day, 25 April. In Flanders fields The red or Flanders poppy has been linked with battlefield…


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