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Cigars Online Australia
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Exploring Cigar Cutter Trends

In the realm of cigar lovers, smoking a fine cigar is more than just a pastime; it’s an experience that engages all the senses. From the rich aroma of the tobacco to the satisfaction of a perfectly executed draw, every aspect of enjoying a cigar contributes to its allure. At the heart of this experience […]

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natural skincare
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A Skincare Routine for Dry Skin

Dry skin can be a frustrating and persistent problem for many people. The key to achieving healthy and hydrated skin is to develop a skincare routine that is tailored to your specific needs. In this article, we will explore the best skincare routine for dry skin, including the use of Australian-owned and natural skincare products. […]

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australian beauty products
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Using Scrubs as a Beauty Product

An exfoliating body scrub is a crucial aspect of achieving a smoother complexion. It is also one of the essential ingredients for maintaining a healthy, glowing complexion throughout the entire body. A must-have step of every body care routine, exfoliating is the secret to getting smooth, super-soft skin everywhere. An exfoliating body scrub cleans your […]

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Domestic
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Build Your Contemporary Patio

Where outdated wood patio tables weathered over time and eventually rotted in the elements, contemporary patio furniture lasts decades. Thanks to innovations and new technologies, patio furniture has evolved to meet the growing popularity of modern outdoor indoor living. Today’s outdoor living spaces are extensions of your home, including contemporary patio furniture. When complimented by […]

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Coloured Contact lenses Australia
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Creating a No-Makeup Makeup Look

The true starting point for a no-makeup routine is to have natural-looking, glowing skin – you can achieve this with a good quality foundation. To get a natural look, you will want to opt for a foundation that has a medium-light coverage since heavier foundations can nearly wash out your features. When going for that […]

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New Tech
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3 Tips For A Hybrid Working Space

To build a foundation for effective mixed-modality work, we suggest starting by figuring out performance and what kind of work needs to get done within the organization. As organizations continue to fine-tune what their hybrid work model should look like, it is important to look at a few practices that have improved worker performance and […]

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Commercial
Domestic
Materials
New Tech
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AODELI NCP approved by NSW Cladding Product Safety Panel

This decision came about after an extensive trial and consultation with industry experts to identify the best products for use in this part of the programme, safety being the most critical consideration. Completing this long and crucial process means that condo owners can be confident about the products selected and used for their building’s exterior […]

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Domestic
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MCKN residential project in Melbourne now complete

Private developer DealCorp completed their $30 million apartment project, MCKN, earlier this month, becoming the first high-end residential development to be completed at McKinnon in Melbourne. Designed by architects Ritz & Ghougassian, the 236 Jasper Road project has been most appealing to families looking to live in Melbourne’s desirable McKinnon secondary school precinct. The building’s […]

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melbourne skyline
Commercial
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Tallest twin towers in Melbourne now completed construction

Queens Place has reached the finish line on the first tower. Set to be the tallest double tower in Australia, Queens Place reconnects a highly visible urban site with granular community connectivity and street-level connections. The $235 million project is a joint venture of Fender Katsalidis and Cox Architecture, with the winning design concept from […]

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Commercial
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In WA, Land sales hampered by materials and skills shortages

Land sales fell 22 per cent in the March 2022 quarter, according to the latest figures from the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA WA). While the figures are lower than the increased activity spurred by state and federal government construction incentives in the past two years, activity remains elevated from pre-stimulus conditions. Moreover, it […]

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