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Get Out In The Great Outdoors On A Paradise Holiday In Port Douglas

Port Douglas is a lovely holiday spot about 70 kilometers north from Cairns on the coast of Queensland, Australia. The main tourist season is between the months of May and September. The region offers sightseeing and outdoor activities exploring the beaches, the Great Barrier Reef and The Daintree Rainforest. Beach resorts, spas and seafood restaurants are found here in Port Douglas, and those who choose to ...

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Keeping Your Pet Fashionable and Healthy

Fashion fun is all part of the enjoyment of pet ownership, as is correct feeding and plenty of cuddles. Balancing the natural desire to buy treats and toys with the equally natural desire to keep pets healthy, is the way to a long and rewarding pet relationship. There's no doubt we love our pets. They're always there, ready to play or give us attention or comfort when we need it and they ask so little in re ...

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Why Is Wine Growing In Popularity?

Every year, more and more people are choosing to stay in with a good bottle of wine, than go out drinking on the town. There are hundreds of reasons why wine is growing in popularity so rapidly at the moment and a lot of them are intertwined with the state of consumer finances. Just think about the cost of a night out compared to the price of a night spent indoors with an inexpensive bottle of red. There’s ...

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Choosing a Conveyancer

Selling your home is no easy task. Not only is there the paraphernalia related to moving house, there is a lot of paperwork. And yes, paperwork means legalese. So should you even for a moment consider being your own conveyancer? Absolutely not. Definitely not of you would like to retain your sanity at the end of the whole process.   Now that you are not going to be doing the work, you need to hand it o ...

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Can Electronic Cigarettes Save Your Marriage?

Cigarettes - you either love them or hate them. It’s pretty hard to have a neutral stand on it. While smokers think that it’s their own body and their own life and that they should be able to choose what they wish to do with it, most non-smokers object on the account of passive smoking. After all, who wants a face full of stale and second hand smoke? This has been the bone of contention between many a coupl ...

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Preparing To Study For Your A-Level Chemistry Qualification

Delving far beyond the information taught at GCSE level, A Level Chemistry is a different ball game and a challenging but rewarding subject. With so much problem-solving, memorising and conceptual aptitude necessary, it's important to learn how to study effectively. Study Aids  Although Chemistry as a subject may involve less coursework than other subjects, the workload is still high as it requires much tim ...

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Getting Your House Painted Professionally

Getting Started When finding the right person to paint your house, or any property you’re looking to have get redesigned, it’s best to research and prepare to get the right contractor for the job. There are many contractors out there with various skills and abilities when it comes to painting. Some might rush and get the job done quickly, but the quality will suffer. Others will take their time, and you may ...

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