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Melissa

Melissa

Hi! My name is Melissa Belly, but you can call me Meli. I started this blog to share my creative ideas and to connect with different people sharing same passion. I love to do creative things like home decor and my lovely garden. I like trying and exploring new things. I find a great fun making something beautiful out of nothing. I spend most of my time in remaking things into something better and useful. I hope you will like my ideas as well as work. Keep visiting :)
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Know Better Adelaide

Know Better Adelaide

Hi! My name is Melissa Belly, but you can call me Meli. I started this blog to share my creative ideas and to connect with different people sharing same passion. I love to do creative things like decorating home and my lovely garden. I like trying and exploring new things. I find a great fun making something beautiful out of nothing. I spend most of my time in remaking things into something better and useful. I hope you will like my ideas as well as work. Keep visiting :)
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Depuis : 06/03/2018

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How To Avoid A Cleaning Dispute At The End Of A Tenancy?

How To Avoid A Cleaning Dispute At The End Of A Tenancy?

Do you know how to avoid a cleaning dispute at the end of a tenancy? It is a common problem for all the tenants. If you are also looking for the answer to this question, I have something important to share with all of you. I have recently read an article on this topic and found it very useful. Not only that, I followed the tactics mentioned in it a
Bose to shut all retail stores in Australia in move towards online shopping

Bose to shut all retail stores in Australia in move towards online shopping

Sound and speaker specialist Bose will shut all retail stores in Australia as the company moves towards a more online-focused business model. The American-owned and operated audio company today confirmed it would be shutting 119 physical retail stores across Australia, Europe, Japan and North America. Employees at these stores will lose their jobs,

Chinese-Australians cancel flights home as deadly coronavirus spreads

James Li sits on the floor of his Altona home in Melbourne’s south-west, playing with his three-year-old daughter Grace and eight-month-old son Mason. Today, he should have been introducing his parents to their first grandson in his hometown of Wuhan, China. But the animal market, thought to be the source of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, is ju
Julie Bishop takes job with Greensill, the firm pushing controversial financing practice

Julie Bishop takes job with Greensill, the firm pushing controversial financing practice

The former foreign minister Julie Bishop has taken a job with financing group Greensill, which specialises in the controversial practice of reverse factoring. Reverse factoring, also known as supply chain finance, is a practice where suppliers to big business can get paid early by a company such as Greensill in return for a fee. The Greensill found
Kaufland shock: Why the supermarket giant abandoned its Australian plans

Kaufland shock: Why the supermarket giant abandoned its Australian plans

After more than two years of hype, promises of thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars pumped into local economies, German supermarket chain Kaufland has announced a shock decision to abandon its Australian plans – and the ongoing drought and bushfires may be to blame. The European giant broke the news to its 200 staff in Australia on Wedne
Relocating koalas to New Zealand is a nice idea, but it isn't a good one

Relocating koalas to New Zealand is a nice idea, but it isn't a good one

A petition currently doing the rounds on the internet advocates for koalas to be introduced to New Zealand, in response to the horrific scenes of native animals suffering in the Australian bushfires. New Zealand has more than 23,000 hectares of eucalyptus plantations so why not? Isn’t that the spirit of Anzac cooperation? This is not the first ti
America is now reckoning with its dark past — and Australians are taking note

America is now reckoning with its dark past — and Australians are taking note

The chill in our bones had nothing to do with the temperature. This is the first memorial in the US to recognise the thousands of men, women and children lynched in America. The companion Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration is located just a few blocks away, in a warehouse once used to hold enslaved people destined for the auction
10 Things You Should Never Pack in a Moving Truck

10 Things You Should Never Pack in a Moving Truck

Did you know it is illegal to transport explosives, ammunition, flammables, and other dangerous items for moving? Neither did I before reading this informative article on 10 things you should never pack in a moving truck. It has a list of things professional removalists in Adelaide advice against packing and moving in an ordinary truck. Some other
Double demerits kick in tonight for Australia Day long weekend

Double demerits kick in tonight for Australia Day long weekend

Drivers have been warned to take care on the roads this long weekend, with double demerits set to start overnight and run through the long weekend. Double demerits will be in place from 12.01am on Friday, January 24 and will finish at 11.59pm on Monday, January 27 for NSW and the ACT. Double demerit points apply for speeding, seat belt, motorcycle