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  1. Poms in Oz have partnered with Send, to help assist our members transfer funds securely to and from Australia and the UK and to ensure they receive significantly better exchange rates than the banks. Their Co-founders (both from Cornwall and now residing in SE Queensland) have been in the industry both in the UK and Australia for over 20 years, so they know about the pain points associated with sending money internationally, be it a few thousand dollars or a several million. Send’s Australian based team are here to help assist and guide our members in achieving the best returns when transferring money internationally, be it for; UK Pension transfers Property sale/purchases Relocating to and from Australia Cashing out your super when returning to the UK Receiving an inheritance or simply sending money to loved ones. Already have a provider similar to Send? Contact them and see how they compare. 1. Submit your enquiry with Send To start making or receiving a money transfer, you will need to open an account with Send. Submit your contact details here to get the ball rolling. 2. Opening your free account via the Send portal Once you have submitted your contact details above via the link, you will be sent an email to register via the Send portal to open your account- it’s quick, simple and very user-friendly. 3. Book your transfer online 24/7 or speak to a personal account manager Within the portal you can you can self-serve your needs which include viewing their exchange rates, adding the bank account details of where you want your money sent and confirming your transfer. Send realise that sometimes (particularly when transferring large amounts of money) you may wish to speak to somebody and discuss the process, security and rates. That’s fine, you will be assigned a personal account manager based in Australia that you can speak to on the phone.\ Contact Send today to see how much they can save you.
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    Post a random picture of your day

    Queens Park, Toowoomba, Festival of Flowers.
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    Post a random picture of your day

    Suncorp this evening for Sharks v Broncos followed by Storm v Eels.
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    Post a random picture of your day

    A few from College Crossing, nr Ipswich this afternoon
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    Anyone bought their boxer dog over?

    For internal flights, they stopped flying them for a while. Now you can fly them, but only if you use an approved Pet transport provider (Dogtainers, Jetpets etc.)
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    Anyone bought their boxer dog over?

    I've tagged @BobPetairUK in. He should be able to give you a definitive answer.
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    Tokyo 2020 Olympics thread

    Watching wheelchair rugby at the moment, good viewing, tough game with some fair old collisions going on.
  8. This is from the latest 'Construction in Australia - Key Trends and Opportunities by State and Territory to 2025' report Source: https://www.researchandmarkets.com Also worth keeping an eye on CommSec's 'State of the States' quarterly report which covers construction & 'dwelling starts' https://www.commsec.com.au/stateofstates You can view the Federal Govt's 10 year infrastructure plan at https://investment.infrastructure.gov.au/ While each State will also have their own, eg. QLD - https://www.statedevelopment.qld.gov.au/industry/infrastructure/infrastructure-planning-and-policy/state-infrastructure-strategy Other big ticket projects, the Olympics coming to Brisbane in 2032
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    One pet from USA?

    Hi The steps for a 'Group 3' country (US) can be found here: https://www.agriculture.gov.au/cats-dogs/step-by-step-guides/category-3-step-by-step-guide-for-dogs
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    Post a random picture of your day

    In Toowoomba today for the Dragons v Roosters
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    Complaint

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    Is Australia a civilized country?

    Maybe it was an integration issue. Australian's love a beer, perhaps partaking in a beverage or two with the locals would have helped with the transition. A fine selection can be found below. (Available at most good pubs, clubs, taverns & covens)
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    Post a random picture of your day

    Currently at the Gabba. Thanks to @The Pom Queen who got me tickets for Christmas.
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    RIP Pommypaul

    Was sad to hear this. Used to enjoy reading his posts
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