COVIDSafe settings in Victoria mystery cases

The Victorian Government has announced small changes to COVID-19 restrictions to allow Victorians to live safely with COVID-19. From Saturday, 25th June the following changes apply: Face masks Rules Masks are no longer needed at airports. You must still wear a mask on public transport, in taxis and ride shares,Read More →

Red Shield Appeal 2022

21st June 2022     The Salvation Army Letter to the Editor   Dear Editor, The Salvation Army is again very humbled by the generous support of the Australian public for our Red Shield Appeal this year. As we approach the End of Financial Year, The Salvos are still appealing toRead More →

Tax Time 2022 Andrew Watson

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released a tax time toolkit to help small businesses and their tax professionals nail their income tax returns. It has also flagged what it will be focussing on for small business tax returns for 2021-22: Deductions that are private in nature and not relatedRead More →

Yongah Hill Detention Centre

It is understood from reports inside Yongah Hill detention centre that a Turkish man, around 32 years old, has died after being stabbed at the Yongah Hill detention centre. It is understood that the man was stabbed during an altercation with another detainee in Hawk compound around midnight Wednesday night, 15Read More →

Victoria's Multicultural Honour Roll 2022

The Andrews Labor Government is honouring the unsung heroes of Victoria who have demonstrated grit and resilience to create positive and lasting impacts for their communities. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence joined Victorian Multicultural Commission Chairperson Vivienne Nguyen AM at a ceremony honouring the first inductees into Victoria’s MulticulturalRead More →

Severe Weather warning

A strong cold front and deep low-pressure system moved through south-east Australia on Monday bringing a band of rain, damaging winds and a drop in temperature. Five states and territories have severe weather warnings for damaging winds including: parts of South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales and the ACT. The coldRead More →

Dating with traffic light system eHarmony

The experts at eharmony have suggested a new traffic light system to determine healthy dates – with red, yellow and green flags. Almost all Aussies (89%) believe that noticing green flags (which symbolise good traits) is just as important as the red ones (dealbreakers). But beware the yellow flag –Read More →