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Pirate Greeting People at Hardware Store [Video]

Pirate Greeting People at Hardware Store

Occurred on August 5, 2020 / Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaInfo from Licensor: "This Pirate was spotted on a trip to the major hardware store chain, Bunnings Warehouse, in North Queensland. The..

Credit: Viral Hog Content     Duration: 01:05Published

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Furious Bayswater locals call for redesign of 'Bunnings trestle table' train station

The group of 140 locals plans to present a petition to Parliament calling for a re-think of the design which they say differs from original drawings released in 2018.
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Churchgoer, hospital emergency worker among new coronavirus cases in NSW

A healthcare worker at a northern Sydney hospital, a Bunnings employee and a person who attended two church masses are among 10 new COVID-9 infections in NSW.
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Hospital worker, Bunnings employee among 10 new NSW coronavirus infections

A health care worker at a northern Sydney hospital has been diagnosed with COVID-19 after working a full shift in the facility's emergency department.
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NSW issues warnings as hospital worker, Bunnings employee test positive for coronavirus

A health care worker at a northern Sydney hospital has been diagnosed with COVID-19 after working a full shift in the facility's emergency department.
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Employee at Bunnings Campbelltown tests positive for COVID-19

Anyone who visited the store in western Sydney this week is being told to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms after an employee tested positive for the virus.
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The Bunnings barometer: How the $13b 'institution' became Australia's bellwether

The popular hardware chain's status has been a bellwether for the nation's economic health and consumer sentiment as the COVID-19 crisis has ravaged the country.
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Bunnings landlord shows resilience in tough market

Bunnings' landlord said its tenant had a solid business model that would provide rental growth in the coming year.
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Bunnings owner pushes for shutdown exemption as 168 stores set to close

Retail giant Wesfarmers appears to be one of the only major retailers lobbying the Victorian government for an exemption to its retail trading ban.
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Results: Bunnings landlord BWP Trust delivers distribution growth despite COVID-19

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'Retail will look very different': Bunnings, non-food stores to close

Supermarkets and pharmacies to remain open but almost all other retailing in Melbourne, including hardware stores such as Bunnings, will be closed to customers.
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Businesses take lead on mandating masks as NSW records 17 new cases

From Monday, Bunnings staff in NSW will have to wear masks, while Woolworths is asking all shoppers to cover their faces in store.
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Words hurt: unmasking of the morphing middle-aged Karen

The ''Karen'' who refused to wear a mask at Bunnings has pulled the focus back to a mocking, some say sexist, stereotype that is now part of the vernacular.
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'We can't keep up': Melbourne lockdown stokes demand for firewood

Firewood sellers are scrambling to keep up with demand and some Bunnings stores have sold out as locked-down Melburnians turn to wood fire heaters and fire pits for warmth.
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