Originally Posted by nibtrix
You could maybe get away with referring to a list of questions that you want to ask them, but you would look a lot more professional if you didn't.
There's absolutely nothing wrong with bringing along some notes to remind you which questions to ask about the job, if I were interviewing I'd even see it as a positive sign that the candidate is well organised and prepared.
As for notes relating to the job description, why not just bring a printed copy of your CV and covering letter as a memory aid? If you've written them properly these should cover the reasons why you're well suited to the job. (Be careful not to sound like you're reading from a script though.)