This is just my local. I live a town that's in the process of being swallowed by a big city with many stores and the inner city ones are probably better - all the same it will be a long while before I can afford to have finished with this selection.peat-chaser wrote:I dare say the selection isn´t rather impressing, but quite ok.
There might be some gemmes between the OMCs and Hart Bros bottlings.
I hope for you that this isn´t the only supplier you can use ....
SOUTHEAST Queensland is reeling from a succession of violent storms that have so far claimed two lives and led to traffic chaos in Brisbane as well as the worst flooding in 30 years of some of the state's best farmland.
Just after midnight yesterday, another violent storm moved into Brisbane and surrounding areas from the west, dumping up to 250mm of rain in some areas in a matter of hours.
The city of Ipswich and the Brisbane Valley to its immediate west were the worst hit in yesterday morning's storm, and one woman died when her car was swept away by raging floodwaters. The 85-year-old woman had been driving with her husband along a road near Laidley in the Lockyer Valley when the car was swept off the road by rising floodwaters just before 8am yesterday. Her body was recovered later in the day.
Her death was the second storm fatality in southeast Queensland this week - on Sunday night a 20-year-old man was killed after being stuck in a stormwater drain.
During peak hour last night, another fierce storm struck, bringing Brisbane traffic to a standstill. Blackwater, west of Rockhampton, was particularly hard hit, with dozens of homes badly damaged. A major concern for rescue authorities is that another storm is forecast for tomorrow, and the series of violent storms has led to a fatigued rescue force struggling to cope with the clean-up.
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