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Have been on this for the past two weeks in Japan and it’s been working well. Still have over 5gb left and only here for a few more days.
19/02/2024 - 12:01
Just ask HR if your personal leave will be transferred between roles. There should be a generic HR number or email you can access. If you…
18/02/2024 - 06:20
I’ve found my union helpful. In OPs case they could definitely provide advice.
18/02/2024 - 06:15
Our Bunnings doesn’t care about bookings for events like this. It has the option to book, but no one checks and there’s a paper sign in…
02/02/2024 - 22:39
Just get the Hovex pantry moth traps for pantry moths (other brands probably work too). You also need to go through your pantry and find…
01/02/2024 - 03:44
Yup, it’s pretty crazy the price of things. $1.66/beer is not bad presuming they are not awful. I had one tonight and it was nice.
28/01/2024 - 20:58
I did have a look before posting and there was a few in the Melbourne area but it was like 1-2 per store and people started clicking as…
28/01/2024 - 19:07
I don’t mind a zero alcohol beer. Occasionally I’ll have one with lunch on a work from home day. Also handy for guests who may not…
28/01/2024 - 18:57
12 Beers of Christmas $20 (Was $40) C&C or in Store Only @ BWS
12 assorted beers in bottles and cans for $20. Says out of stock but if you in put your postcode many stores still have 1-2 left. Employees…
28/01/2024 - 18:19
Where do people up north buy nuts from?
23/01/2024 - 03:46
Buying a block and using the slicer is cheaper (which seems to be important to a few people around here). These are actually great (or…
21/01/2024 - 04:44
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19/01/2024 - 11:58
On special but not by as much Best bet for raspberries is…
19/01/2024 - 09:22
Yeah pretty much for smoothies or juice. Also baking a desserts. Could also put in a chia pudding overnight to thaw out. Not sure re avo,…
19/01/2024 - 08:35
Depends what they already have and are into to an extent. Lego or duplo is probably a safe bet for the 3yo, less so for the 7yo as by then…
19/01/2024 - 01:31
1/2 Price Creative Gourmet Frozen Blueberries, Passionfruit, Coconut 300g / Avocado 250g / Banana 500g $2.82 Each @ Coles
Most of smaller size of creative gourmet frozen fruit packs are half price this week. As much as I prefer fresh and local, and blueberries…
19/01/2024 - 01:08
It’s completely allowed - you can bring any food you like in. You could probably order dominoes and pick it up out front if you were so…
18/01/2024 - 11:50
This is true. *”knowledge is knowing tomato is a fruit, wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad”*
18/01/2024 - 08:56
Private health is really more around timely access to elective procedures, or a more comfortable stay for unplanned hospital admissions.…
18/01/2024 - 08:54
Thanks. My kid loves corn on the cob. One of the about 7 vegetables he’ll eat (if avocados and cherry tomatoes count as vegetables)
18/01/2024 - 08:42
There are specific health risks associated with processed meats, so if I’m going to eat it I at least want to enjoy it. If someone had…
18/01/2024 - 08:31
Thanks for the review. Probably not worth eating processed meat for me.
18/01/2024 - 08:22
Sure can. I’ve even brought in my own icecream in an insulated food jar so I wasn’t pestered by my kid to buy an overpriced icecream.
18/01/2024 - 08:15
Good pick up! A pice won’t buy you much anymore “a former monetary unit of India and Pakistan, equal to one quarter of an anna.”
18/01/2024 - 07:42
Why so? This is animal protein and fat minced up with filler, garlic, herbs/spices, salt and preservatives and formed into a sausages…
18/01/2024 - 07:15
I’d be interested in trying plant based salami, could be tasty - but this is 93% pork.
18/01/2024 - 07:06
1/2 Price Riverland Cooked Sliced Salami Quad Pack 400g $4.80 ($12/kg, Was $9.60) @ Woolworths
Not Australian pork but as cheap as you’ll get salami if that’s your thing. Quad pack is handy.
18/01/2024 - 06:26
I support the sentiment.
18/01/2024 - 06:13