Monthly Archives: August 2021

List of Victoria COVID exposure sites exceeds 1,000, including Melbourne Coles, Woolworths, McDonalds and the school

by on August 31, 2021 0
Victoria’s list of exhibition sites has jumped to over 1,000 locations and includes dozens of supermarkets, train lines as well as a school and VicRoads center. As of Tuesday morning, there were 1,030 sites on the list, and all new ones were added overnight, either level 1 or level 2 exhibition sites. Watch the... Read More

Victoria’s COVID exposure sites expand again to include six Coles supermarkets and two more Woolworths stores

by on August 31, 2021 0
Victoria’s list of COVID-19 exposure sites has swelled again to now include several new supermarkets and malls. Overnight, four new high-risk sites were added to the list, including Empire Screens in Craigieburn and Quality Hotel in Carlton. In the video player above, some Victoria COVID restrictions should be relaxed Anyone who visited the premises... Read More

Federal government seeks office in Melbourne

by on August 29, 2021 0
The federal government has quietly issued a major requirement to lease office space in Melbourne. The Commonwealth is looking for between 20,000 and 25,000 square meters of Category A space within a three-mile radius of the GPO, meaning Abbotsford, Cremorne, Footscray, St Kilda Road and South Yarra could be considered. However, given that a... Read More

Quicksand for the good of the city

by on August 28, 2021 0
Over a thousand sand trucks are stored to restore the dunes and replenish the beaches on the south coast of Dunedin. Sand from a residential development site in Tomahawk has been secured by Dunedin City Council and is stored next to the sports fields in Tahuna Park. A second storage site is planned at... Read More

Opening of an artisan bakery in Bentleigh

by on August 27, 2021 0
The food and coffee scene in Bentleigh just keeps getting better. The southeastern suburbs just landed their own sourdough pastry and bakery that rivals some of the city’s best. Artisanal Bakehouse which sits on Center Road in Bentleigh is run by French duo Aymeric Vincent and David Caillaud, who have collectively accumulated over 20... Read More

Tasmania’s COVID hotel quarantine system to be tested as state negotiates to receive international arrivals

by on August 26, 2021 0
Prime Minister Peter Gutwein says it is very likely that Tasmania’s hotel quarantine system will see positive cases of COVID as the state negotiates the possibility of international arrivals with the federal government. Key points: Tasmania has only received one international repatriation flight to date Last year, the state struck a deal with Victoria... Read More