The answers are: Tasmania, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Tasmania and the ACT.
In each state, a particular service provider is listed on the state’s register.
These services are usually delivered via truck, bus or tram, with the cost per service depending on the distance travelled.
However, the list also includes the services of other services providers, like delivery agencies, service providers who provide other forms of transport such as taxis and hire cars.
Some services are also included in the register, such as public transport and a number of small businesses.
The list is broken down into six major categories.
These categories are: services delivered by truck, train, tram or rail, services delivered from a central location, and services delivered via courier.
There are also small and medium-sized businesses, which are also not included in this list.
These services are included in a separate category called services provided by contractors.
These contractors are typically not state or territory-based companies but rather private companies who deliver goods and services to individuals.
They are usually contracted to deliver the goods and/or services and pay a fee.
In Victoria, services are classified as being delivered by bus or train.
However in Victoria, the definition of ‘bus or tram’ is broad, meaning services such as taxi services, courier services, small business services, retail services and the like can be listed.
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