Sausages/mince are cheaper than steak or fish.
Seen the price of eggplant lately $8.00 a kilo, if you have 2 or more plants you can't give it away.
Government now owns a farm
Nah, Landowners likely didn't know Police said they do not believe the owners of the land were aware of the illegal operations.
"They're leasing the land off the farmers, pretending they're farming something else such as sweet potato or whatever else," said Detective Sergeant Self.
"The land owners have no need to check on the produce... and that's how they were getting away with it."
What? No idea what that means.
As posted above.
While Listeria infection is uncommon in healthy people, people at greater risk of infection include: pregnant women and their unborn or newborn babies people whose immune system has been weakened due to chronic illness such as cancer, diabetes or alcoholism people taking medications that impair immunity such as steroids and anti-cancer drugs.
Also, they fraudulently charge your credit card without asking, multiple times a day. I will never use the criminal organisation Europcar again.
American aunt scratched the door sill panel on a hire car in Florida and was panicking, I had remembered seeing an Auto parts shop down the road wandered in got some bog some wet and dry and a can of primer and top coat for the car model, bogged it that night sanded it and sprayed it the next morning before she woke. Told the guy at the auto part shop that it was for a rental and he gave me a discount muttering thieving sons of bitches.
Collected as many as we could before the bats got to them :/
I only had one. first year that fruit set, Bats have got all my longans and are into my guavas helped by a possum
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Ah, the Karlos family, enough said.
How many insurance claims can one make from several insurance companies, not as many as Nick Karlos did.
My Brother had offices in Engadine. A lollie charity also had offices there/ the whole familly was working there and they all pretty much had Pajeros, don't think much monies made it back to the charities after expenses.
No way in hell. The later model fixed all the earlier models bugs but still one of the most expensive cars to service.
If you can find one that has a good service book history within budget, go for it. Steer clear of the petrol models, very thirsty.
The old Pajero were tanks, very reliable very comfortable too. They've had shit marketing lately. I don't know enough about them to say yes or no.
No, just no. They're horrible and I've owned one. Very light so great off road but very expensive to service and light means flimsy. The petrols were thirsty and the diesels were not much better. And the 4 door still has fuck all room.
No. Petrol again. Built specifically for the yank market.
I had a sticker made for my old 4wd Rodeo "Jeep Recovery Vehicle", just to piss off the local Jeep Action magazine people.
Of that list I would be considering the FJ and the Pajero the most. It really depends on what you’re looking to do.
The FJ is a clear winner off-road, probably the most capable car from factory in Australia. The 4L v6 is a tank, very smooth and surprisingly fuel efficient ( think like 12-13l/100 in the city, maybe 9 highway), and if serviced is very reliable. However it isn’t the most pleasant car to drive in a city.
The Pajero is probably 85% as good off road, but miles better on road. It has independent suspension all round, so has car like handling, plus has more features for the price than an FJ. Reliability is okay, just avoid models with DPFs as the early DPFs in all vehicles (not just pajeros) are bad for reliability.
Also check out challengers, should have very low km top spec models in that price range.
FJ Has shitty headroom