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2020.09.20 18:38 Mikeyblu What do the dates mean on the Estrella Damm label?

Around the outside of the label are a load of dates and places. Does anyone know what they mean?
Munich 1906
Paris 1964
London 1965
LA 2016
Melbourne 2016
Chicago 2017
A few others than run off the edge of the label (Stockholm and Brussels)
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2020.09.20 09:56 Dattles $2000 AUD Gaming PC - first build

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
Would like to do 1440p 144hz gaming with max settings. I mostly play Blizzard games; lots of WoW, Diablo 4 when it is released, and probably some Destiny 2 (plus future Destiny releases)
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
Maximum is $2000AUD but would like that to include a monitor if possible. Could go a couple of hundred over if it was going to make a big difference or become more future proof or if it was to purchase something in a couple of months time.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
I'm ready to start ordering parts right away
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Tower, OS, and a 1440p 144hz monitor
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
Melbourne, Australia
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
I have recently (in the last 3 years) replaced the PSU and GPU. If the PSU is viable for the build I would reuse it. It's a Thermaltake Smart 750W.
GPU is a GeForce GTX1060 6GB. With the state of GPUs at the moment I would be happy to continue to use this until I can get a 3070 when released (and if it fits the budget) or a 2070/2080 (depending on what happens to the prices of those). I understand this puts a bit of a question mark over the total cost of the build and can be flexible for that as I'd probably aim to sell the 1060.
Current monitor: Acer G246HL 1920 x 1080 60hz. I plan to make this my secondary display.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Never done it before so probably not, no
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Just 1TB SSD would give me plenty of storage (or 500GB SSD and 1TB HDD if price is an issue). A wifi mobo would be helpful so I don't have to use an adaptor. I've been recommended to get a decent CPU as apparently WoW is quite demanding; was looking at a Ryzen 7 3700x. Not sure if budget will allow that.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
Mid-tower would be good, prefer functionality over RBG etc. Windowed case and something that might be easier for a first-time builder to build in if possible.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Yes please, Windows 10
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2020.09.20 01:06 Stoaticor Victoria records 14 new cases and 5 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
DHHS: Media Release - Sunday, 20 September.
@DanielAndrewsMP: "We can do this."
 

14-day numbers

20th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 507 36.2 52
Regional 25 1.8 0
 
19th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 550 39.3 64
Regional 27 1.9 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +14 20,042 (-6)*
Active -91 743
Recovered +94 18,473
Deaths +5 761 (-1)
Aged care (deaths) +4 600
Community transmission -7 4,267
Test results received +12,461 2,575,457
Hospital +5 94
ICU +0 8
Ventilated +0 5
*6 previous cases reclassified.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -91 743
Metropolitan Melbourne -85 715
Regional Victoria -2 26
Colac Otway +0 12
Greater Geelong -1 2
Greater Bendigo +0 1
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation -3 1
Interstate +0 1
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -57 376
Healthcare workers active -6 117
Healthcare workers total +11 3,496
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +1 3
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

Changes in the last 24 hours: No changes reported.
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 82 39 30 46 6 7
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 56 37 22 20 14 4
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 30 32** 12 17 1 0
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 255 29 128 102 25 27
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 79 28 43 28 8 7
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 70 25 26 26 18 5
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 25 39 44 13 19
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 23 44 57 7 25
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 28 23 8 19 1 3
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 102 18 38 58 6 19
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 18 16 5 13 0 1
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 47 15 22 18 7 1
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 130 14 59 48 23 12
Menarock Life Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 68 12 27 20 21 7
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 19 10 8 10 1 1
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 10 54 53 17 9
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 21 9 11 10 0 3
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 51 7 25 22 4 6
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 128 7 46 80 2 22
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 102 6 46 47 9 14
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 219 6 87 102 30 36
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 71 6 31 31 9 11
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 121 6 48 53 20 19
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 119 3 66 29 24 10
Glendale Aged Care Facility Werribee Wyndham 105 3 43 45 17 17
Outlook Gardens Aged Care Dandenong North Greater Dandenong 116 3 58 41 17 12
Aurrum Aged Care Plenty Plenty Nillumbik 97 2 36 47 14 13
BlueCross Westgarth Northcote Darebin 35 2 18 14 3 6
BlueCross Autumdale Cheltenham Bayside/Kingston 55 2 30 24 1 13
Bupa Aged Care Edithvale Edithvale Kingston 85 2 34 44 7 17
Bupa Aged Care Traralgon Traralgon Latrobe 23 2 12 7 4 2
Estia Health Aged Care Facility Keysborough Keysborough Greater Dandenong 28 2 13 8 7 3
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Glenroy Moreland 68 2 23 40 5 4
Arcare Aged Care Craigieburn Craigieburn Hume 105 1 44 37 24 15
Arcare Maidstone Maidstone Maribyrnong 7 1 6 0 1
Doutta Galla Aged Care Yarraville Yarraville Maribyrnong 90 1 43 41 6 16
Estia Aged Care Facility Ardeer Ardeer Brimbank 166 1 85 50 31 17
Florence Aged Care Facility Altona North Altona North Hobsons Bay 47 1 18 28 1 7
Grace Of Mary Greek Cypriot Elderly Hostel Epping Whittlesea 68 1 34 22 12 12
Jewish Care Hannah and Daryl Cohen Centre Windsor Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 74 1 34 33 7 2
Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes Kilsyth Kilsyth Yarra Ranges 140 1 55 61 24 20
Mercy Place Dandenong Dandenong Greater Dandenong 23 1 8 13 2 3
Opal South Valley Highton Highton Greater Geelong 66 1 25 32 9 8
St Basil's Homes for the Aged in Victoria Fawkner Hume/Moreland 216 1 94 94 28 44
St Georges Benetas Organisation Aged Care Facility Altona Meadows Hobsons Bay 76 1 38 32 6 12
Villa Maria Catholic Homes St Bernadette's Sunshine North Aged Care Sunshine North Brimbank 19 1 13 4 2 3
**Unsure why there are more active cases than confirmed cases.
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway +0 6 16 Sept: 20, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - +0 6 7 Sept: 20, 19
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong +0 6 17 Sept: 20, 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong +1 14 16 Sept: 20, 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey +4 30 43 (+5) Sept: 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - - 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
OTHER Woolworths Altona North Hobsons Bay - 1 Sept: 11
OTHER Woolworths Glen Eira Caulfield - 1 Sept: 11
EDU Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus Burwood Monash - 1 Sept: 9
OTHER Crocmedia Southbanks Melbourne - 2 Sept: 8, 4
EDU Mordialloc College Mordialloc Kingston - 1 Sept: 7 (via Reddit)
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 19/09⚠️

The table below was last updated at 18:41:09 PM on Saturday, 19 September. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Added: None.
Removed: None.
Points to note: Around 1:50pm AEST 19/09, I noticed the website had been updated to include the following information but shortly after the information was removed:
  • Coburg North Coles, Coburg, Gaffney Street, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
  • Coburg, Dan Murphy's, Coburg, Louisa Street, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
  • Coburg/Brunswick West No.19 Tram, Moreland Road Stop #28 - Collins Street Stop #2, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
The above information is just an FYI - please ensure you are always referring to the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Location Site Exposure period Reported by DHHS
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse 11/09/2020 Sept: 18, 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre 13/09/2020 - 14/09/2020 Sept: 18, 17
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC 11/09/2020 & 12/09/2020 Sept: 18, 16
Clifton Hill Provans Mitre 10 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 16
Craigieburn Craigieburn Shopping Centre 11/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14
Deer Park/Southern Cross 6.00am V/Line Train Deer Park Station to Southern Cross Station, 3.45pm V/Line Train Southern Cross Station to Deer Park Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10, 9.
Glen Waverly Woolworths, Glen Waverley “The Glen” 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Greenvales Lakes Woolworths (company media release) 06/09/2020, 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Flinders Street/Reservoir Train 8.42pm Reservoir to Flinders Street 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate 18/08/2020 - 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Coles Roxburgh Park 06/09/2020 & 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Freshplus Roxburgh Park 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Southern Cross/Northcote 6.30am Tram 86 Southern Cross Station to Northcote Station, 3.15pm Tram 86 Northcote Station to Southern Cross Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station & return 03/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Reservoir Train 1.12pm Southern Cross to Reservoir 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
 

Other exposure sites

Site Location Exposure period Reported
Woolworths Burwood East 05/09 Sept: 10
Woolworths Oakleigh South store 28/08 Sept: 7
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
None reported n/a Sept: 20
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
Family cluster #1 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
Family cluster #2 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
A ward at Monash Health Sept: 11
Mercy Place aged care facility Templestowe Sept: 10
Australian Meat Group Dandenong South Sept: 9
Woolworths Altona North Sept: 9
Woolworths Glen Waverley Sept: 9
Benetas Colton Close aged care facility Glenroy Sept: 9
Opal Hobsons Bay aged care facility Altona North Sept: 8
eStore Logistics Derrimut Sept: 8
Crocmedia Southbank Sept: 8
None reported n/a Sept: 7
 

What we know about the Casey outbreak

  • The first case was detected on the 4th of September.
  • The cluster is made up of a total of 43 cases across five households in Hallem, Clyde, Narre Warren South and Cranbourne North.
  • There have been instances of people within this cluster visiting houses beyond the 5km radius.
  • Two patients linked to the cluster have been admitted to hospital.
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2020.09.19 14:00 noparkingfriend New Political party proposed.

https://old.reddit.com/AusPol/comments/ivr85k/new_political_party_proposed/?ref=share&ref_source=link
I found the following comment in the comments section at the bottom of this article on the macrobusiness website
https://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2020/09/jobs-lift-all-about-bullshit/
Macrobusiness Member "Gunnamatta" proposed a new political party and outlined policy.
I think that there is merit to the suggested policies and would make for an interesting discussion.
Disclosure I am not "Gunnamatta". I am not a member of the macrobusiness website. I am just a regular reader of the non-paywall articles.
I have copied and pasted the comment from "Gunnamatta" below:
GunnamattaMEMBERSeptember 18, 2020 at 2:03 pm
That’s not bullshit……….
This is Bullshit – Bullshit Australia!
At this stage of the game it simply begs the question of whether it is the policy of the current Australian LNP government, headed by PM Scott Morrison, to completely trash the competitive basis of the Australian economy and to inflict lasting economic pain on all Australians.
Further to that, if we think it was an ALP government (Gillard’s) which OK’d the Gladstone white elephant, and governments of both flavours which have looked the other way while Australian gas which once meant amongst the cheapest gas prices in the world for Sydney and Melbourne, and therefore cheap electricity, has become about the world’s most expensive – while both sides of politics try to nudge coal seam gas and fracking on a population all too aware of the environmental and health costs this entails – then the following question simply arise.
Does Australia’s body politic – both mainstream sides including the Lberal Party, the National Party and the Australian Labor Party – have at its core an economic policy of completely trashing the competitive basis of the Australian economy and to inflict lasting economic pain on all Australians?
Have Australian public sector data gathering, regulatory, and policy formulation organisations and departments been so corrupted that they do not identify the above? Have they been so neutered that they cannot report the above to Australian politicians?
And at that point
Are Australian political and public sector elites acting in the best interests of Australians? Are they accountable for acting in the interests and explaining their actions to Australians to a sufficient degree enabling Australians to feel that their politicians and senior policy makers are accountable to them? ….and if they are not, How can they be made more so?
It is time for open revolt.
I think it is time for a new political party which I would call putatively Bullshit Australia – the party to identify and deal with Australian Bullshit and to promote informed and data backed decisionmaking throughout the political and administrative bodies of Australia, and to hold politicians, public officials and corporate interests to account for past decisions made, starting with a permanent standing Australian Corruption Commission.
(Edit removed members names)
I propose we aim initially – the next Federal election – at trying to get up 4 Senators from each state. I propose we get as far as we can up the nose of the current ‘elites’ by constipating their policy platforms in the Senate. I think/suspect we currently lack women…….
Key Slogan ‘This is Bullshit!’ Men and Women of Australia, Have you ever wondered about your energy costs ………‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you wonder why your salary hasnt gone up in donkeys years? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you work in a large organisation wondering why psychopaths inhabit the upper floors and you get stuck with meaningless KPIs? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you worry about if your kids will get a decent education in a government school while ‘elite’ private schools get more funding from all levels of government than your kids school does? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you wonder why your governments keep banging on about immigration needed for skills shortages when kids with Master degrees are joining the military as base grade grunts because there is nothing else for them to get into? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you wonder why Australia, the worlds largest gas exporter has the worlds most expensive gas in Sydney and Melbourne? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you wonder why foreign nationals traipsed on in and laundered money through Australian real estate so your kids need to move to Campbelltown to be able to afford a house, and hack out a 2 hour commute to a peanut paying gig every day? ‘This is Bullshit!’
Every time a mainstream politicians opens his mouth (or her mouth) in the public domain, just point out ‘This is Bullshit!’
Draft Policy Platform – for discussion/arguing about/ data provision I propose that the Bullshit Australia and the Macrobusiness cognoscenti run a full campaign in the upcoming election to get ourselves elected as the swing players, running on a platform revolving around (with negotiations/debate/argy bargy) the below…….
– which would at least offer some sort of genuine left and data backed – and openly transparent – presence in parliament
Policy Positions
Constitution
· Enshrine Medicare into Constitution
· Enshrine ABC funding into Constitution
· Enshrine Australian Bureau of Statistics funding into Constitution
· Enshrine political party funding transparency into Constitution
· Enshrine freedom from foreign influence legislation into constitution
· Enshrine requirement for all candidates for every election in Australia to be approved by AEC prior to standing for parliament
· Enshrine a National Crime & Corruption Commission into Constitution and give it investigatory powers.
Taxation
· End negative gearing
· End capital gains tax dispensation
· End health insurance rebate
· Implement Federal Land tax
· Remove PAYE taxation for those earning under 55K (but retain/create Medicare (4%), Defence (2%), ABS (1%) and ABC (1%) levy
· Inclusion of family home in determination of access to the aged pension where the home is worth more than 500k.
· Development and maintenance of publicly available database on Australian taxpayers [companies & individuals]
Economic and Monetary Policy
· Reinclusion of employee and community representatives on RBA Board.
· Requirement for RBA to report quarterly to Parliament on monetary policy in relation to wages and housing costs
· Requirement for RBA to report quarterly to Parliament on the effective use of taxpayers funds in relation to support for Australian banks and financial system entities.
· Requirement for RBA, Treasury, and other government agencies (including ABS) to develop standards and monitor quality of life issues being faced by Australians (both on average and by decile) and report on how policies being adopted by them influence a range of demographics
· Mandate the creation of new entity to be called the Australian personal public and corporate debt commission to produce analysis on the debt, indebtitude and debt servicing of Australians and Australian entities This organisation is to have representatives of the RBA, Treasury, State governments, local governments, retail banks and community organisations at a board level.
· Requirement for RBA to report quarterly to Parliament on money creation and the beneficiaries of money creation over the preceding quarter and year, and forecast such into the future.
Housing
· Commence federal government building housing
· Implement competitive GST Bonus payable to states which do best on housing affordability and housing creation
· Enshrine right to housing into Constitution
· Enshrine a National Probity and Veracity test for all funds used for housing purchases.
Urban Design and Construction · Establish a set of national standards for residential design and construction. Enforce these standards with criminal penalties. · Establish ‘Plot Ratios’ in the state planning systems to ensure adequate green space on residential blocks. · Establish a national policy to harvest storm water for urban parks and open spaces. · Establish access to natural light as a property right. · Re-establish the professional registration of building related engineering services. · Outlaw private building surveyors and re-establish the system of Municipal Councils administering building standards.
Politicians
· Mandate real time visibility of politicians allowances and outlays
· Mandate Housing affordability requirement for all politicians to reaffirm whenever they propose legislation
· Audit all payments to or on behalf of politicians
· Mandate funding transparency for all levels of Australian government (Federal State and Local), and a donations and gifts declaration requirement for all persons above a particular level (about SOG C in APS) in all public services of budget funded organisations (including Universities)
· Mandate rate of politicians salary at 2, 3 , or 4 times average full time earnings.
· Mandate access to politicians super is only accessible by vote of the seat which politician represented each 5 years at rate of 25% 50% 75% or 100% of standard politician rate.
· Mandate all politicians and all political aspirants seek and gain clearance from Australian Electoral Commission on suitability for office regarding S144 of the Constitution & fiscal relationships with the Australian Taxpayer
Industrial Relations
· Reintroduction of the Australian Industrial relations Commission with powers to intervene in cases of Award and Agreement transgression – whether brought before it by parties or now.
· Additional role for revived AIRC will be to oversee employee superannuation payments, their payment by employers, and the effective deployment of these funds as regards to the interests of employees (and with a view to minimising longer term budget and pension impacts on government outlays).
· Additional role for revived AIRC to oversee use of contractors, contracting arrangements, and corporate entities to ensure employees are appropriately addressed for entitlements.
Climate Environment & Agriculture
Mandate of Inland Water Commission
Abolition of tradable water rights
Audit of all inland water resources and adoption of real time water availability monitoring.
An investigation into the viability of major water users in the Murray darling basin (eg cotton farming) and the impact these have on water for other water usage in the basin
Mandate of Australian Native Flora and Land Clearance Commission and audit of all Flora on Australian landmass and adoption of real time monitoring
General policies to proomote reforestation where Australian Native Flora and Land Clearance Commission designates appropriate
Mandate of Australian Salt Office to promote annd monitor management of salt issues in land use
Energy
· Mandate gas reservation policy to ensure globally cheap electricity and gas.
· Mandate solar panels and hot water on all new dwelling construction
· Mandate tax deductability of residential and corporate solar battery investment
Defence
· Enshrine right to lifetime medical care for all Australians who have served in the military more than 7 years
· Mandate immigration rights (for individuals and families) for those foreign nationals agreeing to serve 10 years in ADF
· Mandate that no deployment of more than 200 ADF personnel to any particular offshore location or theatre of operations can occur without debate and vote in joint sitting of parliament.
Education
· Remove student visas from right to residence and housing purchase
· Remove student fees from first degree in science, mathematics, finance, medicine
· Increase training of medical practitioners and access to medical degrees
· Remove all public funding for non government schools
Immigration
· Mandate economic diversity criteria
· Mandate country of origin criteria so that applicants of no nation comprise more than 10% of the total immigration intake in any one year.
· Enshrine 70k NOM per annum as Immigration base, with priority to refugees and families
· Allow NOM above 70k per year only where economic diversity, debt, education, housing affordability, intergenerational quality of life and employment conditions are being met.
· Allow temporary visas in circumstances (eg academic world, some science) where globalised workforce would expect it.
· End temporary work visas unless companies can demonstrate they have made attempt to develop their own skills in their own workplaces, or made genuine attempt to source skills within Australia.
· End Special Investor Visas (except where entity is contributing to export or import competing business in Australia employing more than 10 Australian employees)
Free Trade Agreements
· Mandate audit of all Free Trade Agreements entered into prior to signature and ratification by Australian parliament
· Have productivity commission audit all extant FTAs Australia is signatory to
Foreign Policy Foreign Aid with a focus on: – The Pacific – Supporting nations on the frontline of refugee crises to make safe camps there with the hope they can return. – Empowering women in developing countries to make decisions on family size.
Public Service
· Commence regionalisation policy for major APS agencies
· National audit of all APS outsourcing since 2000
· Mandate that no company identified to shift profits offshore can receive government contract (onus is on company to prove and gain certification from ATO)
· Mandate that all contracted services in Australian public sector are audited and re[ported on to parliament for effective use of public monies, and with all transition costs (including relocations and redundancies) included in that consideration.
· Mandate that selection for all Senior Executive Service Positions in the Australian Public Service be subject to approval of APS Probity Commission
· Mandate creation of Evaluator General for all public policy proposals
· Mandate all policy that can be based on empirical evidence should be so based · Mandate any policy that is intended as an interim measure have a review date and terms of review attached to it, and · Mandate that all policy Have a clear plan for the future of the nation at a federal and state level, so policy has a long term rather than short term vision
Social Welfare
· Make unemployment the same as study assistance
· Re Establish Commonwealth Employment Service
· Mandate requirement for all calls to all social welfare services be monitored, and answered within 10 minutes
Internet Data
· Mandate that all Australians own the data collected on them
Royal Commissions
· Royal Commission into the Tertiary Education Sector and Links to Foreign States
· Royal Commission into Private Indebtedness
· Royal Commission into the Funding of Australian Politicians
· Royal Commission into Housing Affordability
· Royal Commission into the advent of COVID 19 – its Origins, entrance to Australia, and effects on the Australian Public
· Royal Commission into the value for the Australian people & Impact on budget of Australian Public Sector Outsourcing and the Embedding of Private Sector Providers into Australian Public Sector Service Provision
· Royal Commission into Housing Affordability
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2020.09.19 13:50 123wholetthedogsout People with dating profiles that say they hate slow walkers

I live in Melbourne, Australia and I see this as a recurring comment on dating profiles. It gives me the shits. Ableist, obnoxious tossers. Just wanted to put it out there.
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2020.09.19 11:57 acebet Gym partner

M47 young at heart. Looking for a female gym buddy with a view to dating.
Sick of tinder.
Melbourne Australia
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2020.09.19 08:58 KawaiiDemonBunny Does anyone know anything about this book. I can only find info about different editions. It was published by WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED London, Melbourne and Toronto but has no publication date or number

Does anyone know anything about this book. I can only find info about different editions. It was published by WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED London, Melbourne and Toronto but has no publication date or number submitted by KawaiiDemonBunny to OldBooks [link] [comments]


2020.09.19 08:21 PaintedShut [Post-Match Thread] Round 18: Essendon VS Melbourne 2020

Essendon VS Melbourne
Result Essendon 7.7.049 DEFEATED BY Melbourne 10.8.68
Date: Saturday, 19th September 2020
Time: 2:10PM AEST
Ground: Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
Statistics: AFL Match Center
Discord Chat Invite Link
Media Highlights
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2020.09.19 08:14 Dattles $2000 AUD gaming PC - first build

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
Would like to do 1440p 144hz gaming with max settings. I mostly play Blizzard games; lots of WoW, Diablo 4 when it is released, and probably some Destiny 2 (plus future Destiny releases)
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
Maximum is $2000AUD but would like that to include a monitor if possible. Could go a couple of hundred over if it was going to make a big difference or become more future proof.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
I'm ready to start ordering parts right away
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Tower, OS, and a 1440p 144hz monitor
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
Melbourne, Australia
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
I have recently (in the last 3 years) replaced the PSU and GPU. If the PSU is viable for the build I would reuse it. It's a Thermaltake Smart 750W.
GPU is a GeForce GTX1060 6GB. With the state of GPUs at the moment I would be happy to continue to use this until I can get a 3070 when released (and if it fits the budget) or a 2070/2080 (depending on what happens to the prices of those). I understand this puts a bit of a question mark over the total cost of the build and can be flexible for that as I'd probably aim to sell the 1060.
Current monitor: Acer G246HL 1920 x 1080 60hz. I plan to make this my secondary display.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Never done it before so probably not, no
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Just 1TB SSD would give me plenty of storage (or 500GB SSD and 1TB HDD if price is an issue). A wifi mobo would be helpful so I don't have to use an adaptor. I've been recommended to get a decent CPU as apparently WoW is quite demanding; was looking at a Ryzen 7 3700x. Not sure if budget will allow that.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
Mid-tower would be good, prefer functionality over RBG etc. Windowed case and something that might be easier for a first-time builder to build in if possible.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Yes please, Windows 10
Extra info or particulars:
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2020.09.19 07:57 pieface666 Considering moving to Geelong from Inner City Melbourne

Hi I am an international student and like everyone else, we've been strongly effected by the pandemic.
I am considering moving to Geelong to do further study as it has become very hard in Inner City Melbourne.
I was wondering what everyone here thinks of living in Geelong! I am in my late 20's, and pre-covid, really enjoyed going to The Tote, techno parties, and general inner city arty hipster stuff lol
I also enjoy hiking, bushwalks, camping and all the good adventure stuff too, so I'm looking forward to doing more of that if I move!
I was wondering if anyone has any tips on where I can hang out in Geelong to make new friends as someone approaching his late 20's, and also where I could live and also how is the renting situation there price wise/ease of approval, and also jobs. I work in allied health so i assume there's jobs going round there too.
Also, how's the late 20's dating scene like?
Your constructive and creative advice would be much appreciated, my international classmates and I are considering Geelong as the Coalition government is trying to move us to regional areas post graduation.
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2020.09.19 06:17 missingtheT Odds on face to face learning resuming 2021?

Obviously it’s a very difficult situation to predict, is honestly a long way away and has a lot of varying dependables - but given how things currently stand what do you think the chances of in person classes resuming for semester 1 2021 are?
I’ve just transferred to RMIT from out of state so started Semster 2 this year. And I’m having an obviously difficult time finding in work in Melbourne, given the circumstances.
I realistically can’t move to Melbourne without securing a job first so I’m trying to gauge some insight into how people think the 2021 academic year might be shaping up.
Given the challenges with international students entering the country, I’m assuming at least for semester 1 online classes will continue to be offered for students who are outside of Victoria, while face to face learning can resume for local students. Obviously they are now in a position where they should have up to date content to deliver online learning, so I would assume there wouldn’t be a huge rush to force everyone back if they aren’t in a position to be back and come back safely.
I’m just a bit stressed about the whole thing really and wondering if I should take a step back the job hunt if there’s a good chance I’ll be able to remain at home while continuing online study at RMIT for another semester.
Yes I’m aware it’s all going to be speculation and assumptions for now but I am honestly interested in people’s opinions.
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2020.09.19 05:34 1-100000000 New Political party proposed.

I found the following comment in the comments section at the bottom of this article on the macrobusiness website
https://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2020/09/jobs-lift-all-about-bullshit/
Macrobusiness Member "Gunnamatta" proposed a new political party and outlined policy.
I think that there is merit to the suggested policies and would make for an interesting discussion.
Disclosure I am not "Gunnamatta". I am not a member of the macrobusiness website. I am just a regular reader of the non-paywall articles.
I have copied and pasted the comment from "Gunnamatta" below:

GunnamattaMEMBERSeptember 18, 2020 at 2:03 pm
That’s not bullshit……….
This is Bullshit – Bullshit Australia!
At this stage of the game it simply begs the question of whether it is the policy of the current Australian LNP government, headed by PM Scott Morrison, to completely trash the competitive basis of the Australian economy and to inflict lasting economic pain on all Australians.
Further to that, if we think it was an ALP government (Gillard’s) which OK’d the Gladstone white elephant, and governments of both flavours which have looked the other way while Australian gas which once meant amongst the cheapest gas prices in the world for Sydney and Melbourne, and therefore cheap electricity, has become about the world’s most expensive – while both sides of politics try to nudge coal seam gas and fracking on a population all too aware of the environmental and health costs this entails – then the following question simply arise.
Does Australia’s body politic – both mainstream sides including the Lberal Party, the National Party and the Australian Labor Party – have at its core an economic policy of completely trashing the competitive basis of the Australian economy and to inflict lasting economic pain on all Australians?
Have Australian public sector data gathering, regulatory, and policy formulation organisations and departments been so corrupted that they do not identify the above? Have they been so neutered that they cannot report the above to Australian politicians?
And at that point
Are Australian political and public sector elites acting in the best interests of Australians? Are they accountable for acting in the interests and explaining their actions to Australians to a sufficient degree enabling Australians to feel that their politicians and senior policy makers are accountable to them? ….and if they are not, How can they be made more so?
It is time for open revolt.
I think it is time for a new political party which I would call putatively Bullshit Australia – the party to identify and deal with Australian Bullshit and to promote informed and data backed decisionmaking throughout the political and administrative bodies of Australia, and to hold politicians, public officials and corporate interests to account for past decisions made, starting with a permanent standing Australian Corruption Commission.
(Edit removed members names)
I propose we aim initially – the next Federal election – at trying to get up 4 Senators from each state. I propose we get as far as we can up the nose of the current ‘elites’ by constipating their policy platforms in the Senate. I think/suspect we currently lack women…….
Key Slogan ‘This is Bullshit!’ Men and Women of Australia, Have you ever wondered about your energy costs ………‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you wonder why your salary hasnt gone up in donkeys years? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you work in a large organisation wondering why psychopaths inhabit the upper floors and you get stuck with meaningless KPIs? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you worry about if your kids will get a decent education in a government school while ‘elite’ private schools get more funding from all levels of government than your kids school does? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you wonder why your governments keep banging on about immigration needed for skills shortages when kids with Master degrees are joining the military as base grade grunts because there is nothing else for them to get into? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you wonder why Australia, the worlds largest gas exporter has the worlds most expensive gas in Sydney and Melbourne? ‘This is Bullshit!’ Do you wonder why foreign nationals traipsed on in and laundered money through Australian real estate so your kids need to move to Campbelltown to be able to afford a house, and hack out a 2 hour commute to a peanut paying gig every day? ‘This is Bullshit!’
Every time a mainstream politicians opens his mouth (or her mouth) in the public domain, just point out ‘This is Bullshit!’
Draft Policy Platform – for discussion/arguing about/ data provision I propose that the Bullshit Australia and the Macrobusiness cognoscenti run a full campaign in the upcoming election to get ourselves elected as the swing players, running on a platform revolving around (with negotiations/debate/argy bargy) the below…….
– which would at least offer some sort of genuine left and data backed – and openly transparent – presence in parliament
Policy Positions
Constitution
· Enshrine Medicare into Constitution
· Enshrine ABC funding into Constitution
· Enshrine Australian Bureau of Statistics funding into Constitution
· Enshrine political party funding transparency into Constitution
· Enshrine freedom from foreign influence legislation into constitution
· Enshrine requirement for all candidates for every election in Australia to be approved by AEC prior to standing for parliament
· Enshrine a National Crime & Corruption Commission into Constitution and give it investigatory powers.
Taxation
· End negative gearing
· End capital gains tax dispensation
· End health insurance rebate
· Implement Federal Land tax
· Remove PAYE taxation for those earning under 55K (but retain/create Medicare (4%), Defence (2%), ABS (1%) and ABC (1%) levy
· Inclusion of family home in determination of access to the aged pension where the home is worth more than 500k.
· Development and maintenance of publicly available database on Australian taxpayers [companies & individuals]
Economic and Monetary Policy
· Reinclusion of employee and community representatives on RBA Board.
· Requirement for RBA to report quarterly to Parliament on monetary policy in relation to wages and housing costs
· Requirement for RBA to report quarterly to Parliament on the effective use of taxpayers funds in relation to support for Australian banks and financial system entities.
· Requirement for RBA, Treasury, and other government agencies (including ABS) to develop standards and monitor quality of life issues being faced by Australians (both on average and by decile) and report on how policies being adopted by them influence a range of demographics
· Mandate the creation of new entity to be called the Australian personal public and corporate debt commission to produce analysis on the debt, indebtitude and debt servicing of Australians and Australian entities This organisation is to have representatives of the RBA, Treasury, State governments, local governments, retail banks and community organisations at a board level.
· Requirement for RBA to report quarterly to Parliament on money creation and the beneficiaries of money creation over the preceding quarter and year, and forecast such into the future.
Housing
· Commence federal government building housing
· Implement competitive GST Bonus payable to states which do best on housing affordability and housing creation
· Enshrine right to housing into Constitution
· Enshrine a National Probity and Veracity test for all funds used for housing purchases.
Urban Design and Construction · Establish a set of national standards for residential design and construction. Enforce these standards with criminal penalties. · Establish ‘Plot Ratios’ in the state planning systems to ensure adequate green space on residential blocks. · Establish a national policy to harvest storm water for urban parks and open spaces. · Establish access to natural light as a property right. · Re-establish the professional registration of building related engineering services. · Outlaw private building surveyors and re-establish the system of Municipal Councils administering building standards.
Politicians
· Mandate real time visibility of politicians allowances and outlays
· Mandate Housing affordability requirement for all politicians to reaffirm whenever they propose legislation
· Audit all payments to or on behalf of politicians
· Mandate funding transparency for all levels of Australian government (Federal State and Local), and a donations and gifts declaration requirement for all persons above a particular level (about SOG C in APS) in all public services of budget funded organisations (including Universities)
· Mandate rate of politicians salary at 2, 3 , or 4 times average full time earnings.
· Mandate access to politicians super is only accessible by vote of the seat which politician represented each 5 years at rate of 25% 50% 75% or 100% of standard politician rate.
· Mandate all politicians and all political aspirants seek and gain clearance from Australian Electoral Commission on suitability for office regarding S144 of the Constitution & fiscal relationships with the Australian Taxpayer
Industrial Relations
· Reintroduction of the Australian Industrial relations Commission with powers to intervene in cases of Award and Agreement transgression – whether brought before it by parties or now.
· Additional role for revived AIRC will be to oversee employee superannuation payments, their payment by employers, and the effective deployment of these funds as regards to the interests of employees (and with a view to minimising longer term budget and pension impacts on government outlays).
· Additional role for revived AIRC to oversee use of contractors, contracting arrangements, and corporate entities to ensure employees are appropriately addressed for entitlements.
Climate Environment & Agriculture
Mandate of Inland Water Commission
Abolition of tradable water rights
Audit of all inland water resources and adoption of real time water availability monitoring.
An investigation into the viability of major water users in the Murray darling basin (eg cotton farming) and the impact these have on water for other water usage in the basin
Mandate of Australian Native Flora and Land Clearance Commission and audit of all Flora on Australian landmass and adoption of real time monitoring
General policies to proomote reforestation where Australian Native Flora and Land Clearance Commission designates appropriate
Mandate of Australian Salt Office to promote annd monitor management of salt issues in land use
Energy
· Mandate gas reservation policy to ensure globally cheap electricity and gas.
· Mandate solar panels and hot water on all new dwelling construction
· Mandate tax deductability of residential and corporate solar battery investment
Defence
· Enshrine right to lifetime medical care for all Australians who have served in the military more than 7 years
· Mandate immigration rights (for individuals and families) for those foreign nationals agreeing to serve 10 years in ADF
· Mandate that no deployment of more than 200 ADF personnel to any particular offshore location or theatre of operations can occur without debate and vote in joint sitting of parliament.
Education
· Remove student visas from right to residence and housing purchase
· Remove student fees from first degree in science, mathematics, finance, medicine
· Increase training of medical practitioners and access to medical degrees
· Remove all public funding for non government schools
Immigration
· Mandate economic diversity criteria
· Mandate country of origin criteria so that applicants of no nation comprise more than 10% of the total immigration intake in any one year.
· Enshrine 70k NOM per annum as Immigration base, with priority to refugees and families
· Allow NOM above 70k per year only where economic diversity, debt, education, housing affordability, intergenerational quality of life and employment conditions are being met.
· Allow temporary visas in circumstances (eg academic world, some science) where globalised workforce would expect it.
· End temporary work visas unless companies can demonstrate they have made attempt to develop their own skills in their own workplaces, or made genuine attempt to source skills within Australia.
· End Special Investor Visas (except where entity is contributing to export or import competing business in Australia employing more than 10 Australian employees)
Free Trade Agreements
· Mandate audit of all Free Trade Agreements entered into prior to signature and ratification by Australian parliament
· Have productivity commission audit all extant FTAs Australia is signatory to
Foreign Policy Foreign Aid with a focus on: – The Pacific – Supporting nations on the frontline of refugee crises to make safe camps there with the hope they can return. – Empowering women in developing countries to make decisions on family size.
Public Service
· Commence regionalisation policy for major APS agencies
· National audit of all APS outsourcing since 2000
· Mandate that no company identified to shift profits offshore can receive government contract (onus is on company to prove and gain certification from ATO)
· Mandate that all contracted services in Australian public sector are audited and re[ported on to parliament for effective use of public monies, and with all transition costs (including relocations and redundancies) included in that consideration.
· Mandate that selection for all Senior Executive Service Positions in the Australian Public Service be subject to approval of APS Probity Commission
· Mandate creation of Evaluator General for all public policy proposals
· Mandate all policy that can be based on empirical evidence should be so based · Mandate any policy that is intended as an interim measure have a review date and terms of review attached to it, and · Mandate that all policy Have a clear plan for the future of the nation at a federal and state level, so policy has a long term rather than short term vision
Social Welfare
· Make unemployment the same as study assistance
· Re Establish Commonwealth Employment Service
· Mandate requirement for all calls to all social welfare services be monitored, and answered within 10 minutes
Internet Data
· Mandate that all Australians own the data collected on them
Royal Commissions
· Royal Commission into the Tertiary Education Sector and Links to Foreign States
· Royal Commission into Private Indebtedness
· Royal Commission into the Funding of Australian Politicians
· Royal Commission into Housing Affordability
· Royal Commission into the advent of COVID 19 – its Origins, entrance to Australia, and effects on the Australian Public
· Royal Commission into the value for the Australian people & Impact on budget of Australian Public Sector Outsourcing and the Embedding of Private Sector Providers into Australian Public Sector Service Provision
· Royal Commission into Housing Affordability
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2020.09.19 05:05 AutoModerator Match Thread: Essendon vs Melbourne (Round 18)

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Essendon vs Melbourne
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2020.09.19 02:56 brenthonydantano Guitarist here coming in peace.

For context, I'm an audio engineering student and have been playing guitar and keys for about 10 years but only ever have played drums when I've had the small opportunities to; band rehearsals, mates' kits etc.
During covid lockdowns here in Melbourne Australia I decided to buy a simple cheap kit to practice and experiment with drum miking techniques and learn how to tune drums tl etc with as that is something I take pretty seriously as an audio eng nerd and I've learnt from other producers and engineers that it goes a pretty long way to be uo to date on those things regardless of your skill but also i wanted to try maybe add a little sauce to my home productions too.
Having played other "rhythmic" instruments over the years I always thought it was not necessarily too hard to keep a simple beat or get a little slick groove on when you're just playing around, BUT never had i ever actually tried to record myself playing drums over a click track or ghost tracks until now. The variables at play are a fuckn gauntlet run! Don't get me wrong, I know good drumming is a challenge, that takes years of dedication, I respect that, but hell does it take a higher level of concentration, composure and patience than I've ever had to employ with other instruments. HATS off to you guys. You've got an ally in me.
TLDR; suspicions confirmed, drummers are fucking calculators. Recording drums well is god damn talent.
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2020.09.19 01:09 Stoaticor Victoria records 21 new cases and 7 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
DHHS: Media Release - Saturday, 19 September
 

14-day numbers

19th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 550 39.3 64
Regional 27 1.9 0
 
18th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 598 42.7 73
Regional 32 2.3 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +21 20,034 (+1)
Active -86 834
Recovered +101 18,379
Deaths +7 757
Aged care (deaths) +6 596
Community transmission +2 4,274
Test results received +11,952 2,562,996
Hospital -1 89
ICU -3 8
Ventilated -2 5
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -86 834
Metropolitan Melbourne -83 800
Regional Victoria -2 28
Colac Otway -4 12
Greater Geelong +0 3
Greater Bendigo +0 1
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation +1 4
Interstate -2 1
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -41 433
Healthcare workers active -17 123
Healthcare workers total +8 3,485
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +1 2
 

Aged care outbreaks with 5 or more active cases

Changes in the last 24 hours:
  • Aged care outbreaks with more than 5 active cases: 23 (-1)
  • Total cases: +19
  • Total active: -37
  • Total staff: +11
  • Total residents: +1
  • Total other: +7
  • Total deaths: +7
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 255 (+1) 29 (-5) 128 102 25 (+1) 27 (+2)
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 130 14 (-19) 59 48 23 12
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 82 (+2) 39 30 46 6 (+2) 7
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 56 (+2) 37 22 (+2) 20 14 4 (+2)
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 79 28 (-6) 43 28 8 7
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 23 44 57 7 25
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 102 18 (-4) 38 58 6 19
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 25 (-1) 39 44 13 19
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 28 (+1) 23 (-1) 8 19 (+1) 1 3 (+1)
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 47 (+1) 15 22 (+1) 18 7 1
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 18 (+1) 16 (+1) 5 (+1) 13 0 1
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 10 54 53 17 9
Menarock Life Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 68 12 27 20 21 7
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 21 9 (-2) 11 10 0 3 (+1)
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 128 7 (-4) 46 80 2 22
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 219 6 (-2) 87 102 30 36
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 19 10 8 10 1 1
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 70 (+6) 25 (+6) 26 (+4) 26 (+1) 18 (+1) 5
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 51 7 (-2) 25 22 4 6 (+1)
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 102 6 (-1) 46 47 9 14
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 71 (+2) 6 (-1) 31 31 9 (+2) 11
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 121 (+2) 6 (+1) 48 (+2) 53 20 19
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 30 (+1) 32 (+3)** 12 (+1) 17 (-1) 1 (+1) 0
**Unsure why there are more active cases than confirmed cases.
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - +6 6 7 Sept: 19
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong +0 6 17 Sept: 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong +0 13 15 Sept: 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - -2 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey -4 26 34 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway - 6 16 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
OTHER Woolworths Altona North Hobsons Bay - 1 Sept: 11
OTHER Woolworths Glen Eira Caulfield - 1 Sept: 11
EDU Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus Burwood Monash - 1 Sept: 9
OTHER Crocmedia Southbanks Melbourne - 2 Sept: 8, 4
EDU Mordialloc College Mordialloc Kingston - 1 Sept: 7 (via Reddit)
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 19/09⚠️

The table below was last updated at 18:41:09 PM on Saturday, 19 September. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Added: None.
Removed: None.
Points to note: Around 1:50pm AEST 19/09, I noticed the website had been updated to include the following information but shortly after the information was removed:
  • Coburg North Coles, Coburg, Gaffney Street, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
  • Coburg, Dan Murphy's, Coburg, Louisa Street, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
  • Coburg/Brunswick West No.19 Tram, Moreland Road Stop #28 - Collins Street Stop #2, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
The above information is just an FYI - please ensure you are always referring to the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Location Site Exposure period Reported by DHHS
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse 11/09/2020 Sept: 18, 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre 13/09/2020 - 14/09/2020 Sept: 18, 17
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC 11/09/2020 & 12/09/2020 Sept: 18, 16
Clifton Hill Provans Mitre 10 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 16
Craigieburn Craigieburn Shopping Centre 11/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14
Deer Park/Southern Cross 6.00am V/Line Train Deer Park Station to Southern Cross Station, 3.45pm V/Line Train Southern Cross Station to Deer Park Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10, 9.
Glen Waverly Woolworths, Glen Waverley “The Glen” 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Greenvales Lakes Woolworths (company media release) 06/09/2020, 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Flinders Street/Reservoir Train 8.42pm Reservoir to Flinders Street 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate 18/08/2020 - 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Coles Roxburgh Park 06/09/2020 & 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Freshplus Roxburgh Park 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Southern Cross/Northcote 6.30am Tram 86 Southern Cross Station to Northcote Station, 3.15pm Tram 86 Northcote Station to Southern Cross Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station & return 03/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Reservoir Train 1.12pm Southern Cross to Reservoir 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
 

Other exposure sites

Site Location Exposure period Reported
Woolworths Burwood East 05/09 Sept: 10
Woolworths Oakleigh South store 28/08 Sept: 7
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
Family cluster #1 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
Family cluster #2 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
A ward at Monash Health Sept: 11
Mercy Place aged care facility Templestowe Sept: 10
Australian Meat Group Dandenong South Sept: 9
Woolworths Altona North Sept: 9
Woolworths Glen Waverley Sept: 9
Benetas Colton Close aged care facility Glenroy Sept: 9
Opal Hobsons Bay aged care facility Altona North Sept: 8
eStore Logistics Derrimut Sept: 8
Crocmedia Southbank Sept: 8
None reported n/a Sept: 6th - 7th
 

What we know about the Casey outbreak

  • The first case was detected on the 4th of September.
  • The cluster is made up of a total of 34 cases across five households in Hallem, Clyde, Narre Warren South and Cranbourne North.
  • There have been instances of people within this cluster visiting houses beyond the 5km radius.
  • Two patients linked to the cluster have been admitted to hospital.
  • As of 18th of September, there are around 90 active cases in the outer south-east of Melbourne, including the Casey and Dandenong regions.
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2020.09.18 10:45 Aje-h [Pre-Match Thread] Round 18: Essendon VS Melbourne Team Selection

Essendon VS Melbourne
Date: Saturday, 19th September 2020
Time: 2:10PM AEST
Ground: Metricon
Broadcast: Broadcast Guide
Discord Chat: Invite Link
Match Preview: Link

FINAL TEAM

Backs: Jordan Ridley, Brandon Zerk-Thatcher, Martin Gleeson

Half-backs: Devon Smith, Michael Hurley, Adam Saad

Centreline: Tom Cutler, Zach Merrett, Brayden Ham

Half-forwards: Will Snelling, James Stewart, Matt Guelfi

Forwards: Jake Stringer, Joe Daniher, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti

Followers: Sam Draper, Dylan Shiel, Darcy Parish

Interchange: Jayden Laverde, Mason Redman, Dylan Clarke, Kyle Langford

Emergencies: Josh Begley, Andrew Phillips, Cale Hooker, Kobe Mutch

In: Hurley, Laverde, Redman

Out: Phillips, Townsend, Hibberd (all omitted)

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2020.09.18 09:49 cresillada Western United's 'concept masterplan' (the stadium & training facilities) submitted and awaiting approval from Victorian State Government, outcome expected in 'near future', construction set for early 2021

Western United's 'concept masterplan' (the stadium & training facilities) submitted and awaiting approval from Victorian State Government, outcome expected in 'near future', construction set for early 2021
Western United's new elite training facility next step in stadium precinct development
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A new elite training facility that includes three pitches – two grass and one synthetic – with seating for 5000 spectators, will be built adjacent to our new home Wyndham City Stadium.
The facility will be jointly funded and developed by Wyndham City and the Western Melbourne Group, and Western United will share the facilities with the broader Wyndham community.
The facility will include a main grass pitch with 5,000 seats that will serve as the main training base for United’s A-League team and future W-League and girls and boys academy teams.
A second grass pitch, and a third synthetic pitch will primarily be for community use, building on the Club’s connection with the footballers and broader community of the west.
United Chairman Jason Sourasis said today’s announcement is fantastic news for the Club.
“Building the Western United Football Club and growing the game of football in the west has always been the ambitious vision of all involved in the project,” Sourasis said.
“This partnership between Western Melbourne Group and the Wyndham City Council is a ground-breaking initiative in Australia.
“It’s built on effort, collaboration and building for the future, which are the values that we’ve built Western United on and the values that our fans share.
“The training precinct is all about the growth of the sport, the ability for kids to train close to their A-League heroes, and for football in the west to have a strong pathway from junior football to the elite level.
“There’s more kids playing football than any other sport in this country so we’re really proud to be able to build this amazing facility for the kids of the west.
“Today’s announcement is the first of many to come that will start to bring our vision to life. We can’t wait to see our fans at Wyndham City Stadium in the near future.”
Western Melbourne Group’s commitment to the project is substantive.
We have spent in excess of $10 million on the planning application process so far, in addition to the near $20 million invested to secure our professional A-League licence,” Sourasis said.
“Today we achieve another milestone in our precinct development and for the people of the west.”
To date, Western Melbourne Group has completed all of the site investigations (including but not limited to, geotechnical, economic benefit, traffic, cultural heritage, flora & fauna, site services, infrastructure, etc.) required to develop a concept masterplan for 1160 Sayers Road North.
The concept masterplan, developed in collaboration with Wyndham City Council, forms part of a planning submission that has been submitted to the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) for approval.
The application is currently being assessed with an outcome expected in the near future.
Construction on the new precinct will commence in early 2021, to be completed by early 2023.
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2020.09.18 07:37 JamesMacready Should I message her now or later?

Hey everyone,
Long time reader, first time poster.
Long story short, I have dipped my toes into the world of online dating. Signed up earlier in the year.
I'm currently on OkCupid, I came across someone that I'm interested in sending an intro too as we seem to share the same interests, follow the same diet (Vegetarian) etc
The issue is I'm currently in Melbourne, Australia where are currently locked down as per Stage 4 COVID restrictions and can't venture outside of a 5km radius from our home. This particular person is in Regional Victoria (120km/ 74 miles) which has just recently dropped down to Stage 3 and are allowed to venture around freely (for the most part) as they have had low or no COVID cases in a while. I don't believe they are allowed to venture into Melbourne as we have borders around Melbourne to prevent and deter unnecessary travelAt this stage Melbourne isn't set to be released from our 5km restriction until the end of November, it will not be eased any sooner than that and if cases spiral out of control again it will just be extended likely with heavier restrictions.
I want to message this person but I'm worried that it will go sour as I can't do anything (eg. ask her out on a date, go get coffee etc) until December. There's also the fear that I may run out of things to say if I message her now (there's only so much you can talk about prior to actually meeting up).
Is it best to wait until closer to when Stage 4 restrictions end (End of November) before I try to put myself out there? I don't want to shoot my shot too early but at the same time I don't want to miss my shot.
All of my friends are saying to message her as you can do a video date in the meantime (which isn't a bad idea) but who's to say that she may be interested in that, she may be more interested in a 1 on 1.
Thank you in advance
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