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Condolence Book for Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17
On 22 July, Australian Prime Minister Mr Tony Abbott MP, announced an official condolence book in support and sympathy for the families of those tragically killed on Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17. You can read the full text of the announcement here.
The Condolence Book is available online for all who wish to record their condolences to the families and loved ones of those lost on MH17.
Condolences can also be recorded at the Australian Consulate in Shanghai between 9:00am and 10:00am on weekdays until Monday 28 July.
Travel Advice for China
Visit the Department of Foreign Affairs' Smartraveller website for up-to-date travel advice for China. We strongly encourage
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Consular Notary Acts - Working Hours
Clients seeking notarial acts (witnessing of documents, swearing of affidavits, authentications, CNI, legal documents etc) should visit the Australian Consulate General between 15:00 - 16:00, Monday to Friday to have their documents processed.
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