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by on February 7, 2022 0
Ploos – Sydney, New South Wales Nestled in a row of heritage-listed warehouses in Campbell’s Cove, and just three meters from the water, you’ll find Ploos. Chef and restaurateur Peter Conistis’ new venture, Ploos (which translates to ‘sails’ in Greek) is a take on South Aegean cuisine. Peter, who is the mastermind behind Alpha,... Read More

at least 45 Covid deaths recorded nationally; Qld says using ADF to evacuate aged care facilities is ‘a last resort’

by on February 6, 2022 0
Services on Sydney’s west-central light rail network will soon resume after cracks in trams forced their suspension, but the Opposition warns the ‘transport saga’ is not over, AAP reports . The line was closed in November after cracks were discovered in the wheel arches of 12 tram sets. New South Wales Minister of Transport,... Read More

Barwon rushes to the tower of St Kilda Road

by on December 8, 2021 0
The St Kilda Road office contains 7,207 square meters over 12 floors. Barwon Investment Partners has acquired 607 St Kilda Road for its Healthcare Property Fund (HPF). The price – C $ 75 million – exceeds expectations by about 10%, valuing each square meter of building area at more than $ 10,100. It also... Read More

Melbourne loosens more virus brakes

by on November 18, 2021 0
Posted: Nov. 18, 2021, 10:30 a.m. | Update: 18 November 2021 19:12:30 Melbourne pubs and cafes can have unlimited patrons from Thursday evening, while stadiums can return to full capacity as authorities lift nearly all remaining Covid-19 restrictions for residents vaccinated in the second plus large city in Australia, reports Reuters. Victoria, the home... Read More

‘Life is getting back to normal’: More COVID-19 restrictions eased in Melbourne

by on November 17, 2021 0
Diners eat outside the Rococo restaurant in St Kilda on the second day of relaxed coronavirus disease (COVID-19) regulations, following a lockdown to curb an outbreak, in Melbourne, Australia, 23 October 2021. REUTERS/Sandra Sanders/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SYDNEY, Nov 18 (Reuters) – Pubs and cafes in Melbourne... Read More

The name of an Australian ‘slave owner’ removed from national park

by on November 14, 2021 0
A New South Wales The national park should be renamed following a request from indigenous communities. Ben Boyd National Park, on the state’s south coast, was named after a Scottish landowner who was involved in the historic practice of ‘blackbirds’, which involved coercing people – usually Pacific Islanders and Indigenous Australians – through deception... Read More

Bolton Clarke Expands West – Australian Aging Agenda

by on November 2, 2021 0
Elderly care and retirement home provider Bolton Clarke Group has acquired its Western Australian counterpart Acacia Living Group. Acacia Living Group has three retirement homes, seven retirement villages, two respite centers and home care services in Perth and the Washington State area of ​​southwestern state in Geraldton. Acacia Living Group was previously known as... Read More

Melbourne and Victoria, who suffer the longest Covid lockdown in the world, could FINALLY be free within weeks

by on October 11, 2021 0
How tired Victorians enduring the world’s longest lockdown could FINALLY be free in weeks – as large Melbourne hospital takes unprecedented step to keep Covid patients alive Authorities promise to get Victoria out of lockdown before summer months Health Minister Martin Foley confident to end lockdown in weeks Hospitals create additional intensive care units... Read More

Melbourne enters its 253rd day of Covid lockdown as NSW is released from strict lockdown measures

by on October 10, 2021 0
With millions of people in New South Wales released from the lockdown on Monday, Melbourne continues its gigantic stay under tough stay-at-home orders, with experts predicting Victoria is heading for 3.00 Covid cases per day. The city is spending its 253rd day of containment since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, with... Read More

Drift in ‘out of control’ stamp duties is hurting listings and housing affordability: REIA, SQM Research

by on October 1, 2021 0
Real estate experts say the stamp duty drift is “completely out of control”. See how bad it has become in your city. Australian stamp duty costs are “completely out of control” as “fork creep” reduces the number of homes for sale and fuels affordability problems, real estate experts say. A new report from the... Read More

Best charcoal chicken in 2021

by on September 22, 2021 0
Charcoal Chicken is that delicious, reliable friend that you always have in your back pocket. Too tired to cook? On the way for a picnic? The roasted humble chook is a treat for everyone. But not all charcoal chickens are created equal, some excel above others – more succulent, crispier skin, and stuffed to... Read More

UNESCO World Heritage Sites: The 33 Listed Areas of the UK – How many have you visited?

by on September 19, 2021 0
Cultural sites 1 Industrial landscape of Blaenavon (2000) Blaenavon, in the Avon Llwyd Valley of South Wales, has UNESCO status for its importance in the iron-making and coal-mining industries, making it a historic artefact key to the industrial revolution. 2 Blenheim Palace (1987) Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire was designed by John Vanbrugh. With over... Read More

Covid-19 Victoria: the state will see 18,000 cases of Covid in a few weeks and 800 people in hospital

by on September 9, 2021 0
Entire Victorian families test positive for Covid before a member even knows they are infected with the virus. Concerned health officials blame the discovery as the reason the state’s rapidly spreading Delta epidemic is on track to reach 18,000 active cases in a matter of weeks. “We find cases where entire households are positive... Read More

Victoria Covid update: Unvaccinated people could be banned from sites when jab goals are met | Victoria

by on September 3, 2021 0
Daniel Andrews has warned that unvaccinated Victorians could be “stranded” from places and events when the state meets its reopening targets. “When we come to these double-dose vaccination thresholds… the notion of locking out the whole community is much less relevant, ”the Victorian Prime Minister said on Friday. “What will become... 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

Man who allegedly escaped hotel quarantine and visited SA pub accused of COVID violation

by on August 17, 2021 0
An investigation has revealed flaws in South Australia’s medi-hotel security protocols, which allowed an international arrival to leave the hotel’s quarantine for eight hours and go to a pub and fast-food restaurant. food nearby last week. Key points: The 33-year-old from NSW has been charged with violating COVID regulations, after completing quarantine yesterday The... Read More

Some of the best home loans in August 2021

by on August 6, 2021 0
With lockdowns in parts of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland, banks large and small have extended relief programs to affected home loan clients, offering postponements mortgage payments and more. At the same time, big bank NAB has forecast double-digit growth in house prices in the capital next year. Early buyers might... Read More