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  1. so when you swimming on a patrolled beach and have the yellow and orange flags you swim between, what do the black and white flags just next to them mean?
  2. Why are beach safety flags important to you? Every beach has permanent and occasional hazards that you may need to look out for. To assist you in looking out for these hazards and to show supervised areas, lifesaving services use a number of safety flags. What do the beach safety flags look like and what do they mean? The red and yellow flags show the supervised area of the beach and that a lifesaving service is operating. No red and yellow flags indicates there is no supervision. NO FLAGS = NO SWIM Indicates that the beach is closed and that you should not enter the water. Indicates the area where board riding and surfing is not permitted. Indicates that there are potential hazards in the water. Look out for the yellow warning sign that should be displayed with the yellow flag for further advice. Emergency evacuation, leave the water immediately.
  3. Minister flags lower migrant intake | The Australian THE global financial crisis looks set to result in a cut to Australia's migrant intake, with the Rudd Government hinting strongly it will reduce next year's quota amid fears the economy will slow.
  4. We had our leaving party last week and have 3 Australian Flags (big ones) if anyone would like them for their leaving party. If so, pm me and i will post out to you - might aswell recycle:wubclub: