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Candida lives naturally inside our intestines in balance with beneficial bacteria. However, when the yeast or fungi are balanced with other micro-organisms, they create toxic metabolites that begin to degrade the intestinal walls leading to a ‘leaky gut' and inflammation. This deterioration of the intestinal walls allows the yeast by-products and other inappropriate food molecules to enter the blood stream. Once in the blood stream, candida, as well as its by-products and other substances, have access to the whole body.

 
 
 
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Posted by Simone Sleep
29 Oct 2009

The secret to success in ANY situation is really quite simple:

Focus on the solution, not the problem.

With the global financial crisis, many businesses are suffering and people are struggling to survive. This may sound like it's easy for me to say, but you simply can't just focus on the fact that you have bills to pay.

 
 
 
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Posted by Philip Scott
29 Oct 2009

My name is Ceanna Jayden Loots and I was born on April 20, 2009 in Pindara Private Hospital on the Gold Coast. I weighed 3.14kg and was 46 cm long. My mummy and daddy had to go all the way from South Africa to New Zealand to meet each other. My mummy, Annelize Loots, was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. She lived in Robertsham until she immigrated to New Zealand with her parents, Hugo and Karin van Zyl in 1997. My daddy, Johnny Loots, was born in Kempton Park, South Africa. He lived in Ballito and Port Owen before he moved to New Zealand with his parents, Johann and Ursula Loots in 1999.

 
 
 
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Posted by Annelize Loots
20 Aug 2009

The University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) has presented an outstanding student award to a

South African born student, Kerry Voller. Now employed by The Buzz PR, Kerry was presented with the award for excelling over other graduates in the business faculty's promotions management course.

 
 
 
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Posted by Buzz PR
20 Aug 2009
Canberra's Despina Voudouris was so moved when she visited a sanctuary for vulnerable children in South Africa that she set up an organisation in Australia to support their work. Planning a trip to South Africa in 2003, Despina made a last minute request to a friend in Johannesburg to organise some volunteer work at an AIDS orphanage. Within three hours of her arrival in Johannesburg, Despina was at Cotlands, which was established in 1936 as a care centre for unwed mothers and their infants, where she was to spend three days doing volunteer work. Cotlands has evolved into an organisation offering shelter for abused, abandoned, HIV-positive, orphaned and terminally ill children up to the age of 14. It also provides community based services to vulnerable children in five provinces. Cotlands impacts more than 4,200 families either through home based and residential care or through outreach, capacity building, counselling and psychosocial support
 
 
 
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Posted by Cheryl Goodenough
25 Jun 2009

In February this year, two South African boys, 15 year old Rick Fortier and his four year old brother Marcus, were badly burned when a drum in which they were burning rubbish exploded. The boys, together with their parents Frederick and Nerina and their two sisters, were living on a farm in Condamine, about four hours west of Brisbane.

 
 
 
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Posted by Cheryl Goodenough
25 Jun 2009

Being in Australia on April 25 it is quickly evident that ANZAC Day is a significant holiday in the lives of many Australians. ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps and the day marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. ANZAC Day was officially named in 1916.

 
 
 
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Posted by Cheryl Goodenough
25 Jun 2009
Taking time out to recharge the batteries is so important, and sometimes you can be lucky and create some of those “once-in-a-lifetime” moments. We recently took a short family break to Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort on Moreton Island, a short hop across the bay on Brisbane’s doorstep. Well I cannot recommend it enough, even for those living interstate it is well worth a holiday trip in it’s own right.
 
 
 
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Posted by Kevin Cruickshank, Gold Coast Vet Surgery
22 Apr 2009
Changes to Qld legislation effecting Property Management and ALL existing leases for tenants and owners as from 1 July 09, are announced: Owners/Agents will have to give Tenants on either a FIXED TERM OR PERIODIC tenancy: ▪ TWO (2) months notice to leave without grounds. This notice is to be given prior to the end of a Fixed Term tenancy.
 
 
 
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Posted by Pia Rousseau
22 Apr 2009
During the first week of this year I attended Job Search classes. I did it, not because I don’t know how to search for jobs – I do know how to write a CV and a cover letter. I did it purely because it was a pre-requisite of applying for unemployment support in Australia, and because I find myself between contracts, which means I am technically unemployed. But I soon decided to discontinue my brief pursuit of Australian government unemployment support, as it is too long-winded (I was expected to do 100 hours of job readiness training), onerous (I had to keep a time-sheet detailing all job-hunting activities and listing the names and contact numbers for every company I approached in search of work).
 
 
 
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Posted by Dr. Dave Robinson
22 Apr 2009
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