Details of request “What are eligible Australians”
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|3260||sent||2013-12-17 22:49:47 +1100||waiting_response||2013-12-17 22:49:47 +1100||waiting_response||outgoing|
|3261||response||2013-12-17 22:50:39 +1100||2013-12-19 09:45:30 +1100||waiting_response||incoming|
|3263||status_update||2013-12-17 22:53:26 +1100||attention_requested||2013-12-18 13:59:32 +1100||attention_requested|
|3273||comment||2013-12-18 16:28:06 +1100|
|3277||status_update||2013-12-19 09:45:30 +1100||waiting_response||2013-12-19 09:45:30 +1100||waiting_response|
|3316||comment||2013-12-22 21:18:08 +1100|
|3319||comment||2013-12-22 22:53:22 +1100|
|3341||comment||2013-12-25 14:03:31 +1100|
|52875||overdue||2014-01-17 00:00:00 +1100|
|55191||very_overdue||2014-02-18 00:00:00 +1100|
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