Premier Daniel Andrews has clarified what is and is not allowed in Melbourne under the second step of the state’s reopening plan. At today’s COVID-19 press conference, Mr Andrews provided follow ups on unclear or disputed COVID-19 restrictions which have been raised frequently. “This s one of those lists that’s been compiled because of a […]
A new report has revealed that as COVID-19 restrictions ease, Melburnians will not return to the life as they lived it before the pandemic. Strategic insights company, Nature, surveyed more than a thousand Melburnians, and found many won’t return to visiting restaurants and pubs, sporting events, concerts, cinemas, museums and galleries as often as they […]
Victoria has recorded 10 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours. Another seven people have died with coronavirus. It takes the death toll in Victoria to 794 since the pandemic began. There are 326 active cases of COVID-19 in Victoria. 46 people are in hospital with COVID-19 in Victoria, six of those receiving […]
A group representing 26 Melbourne councils is pushing for speed limits to be reduced to 30 kilometres an area in highly pedestrianised areas. The Metropolitan Transport Forum is calling for councils to be allowed to set the speed limits on council-controlled roads, which make up an estimated 83 per cent of roads across the city. […]
Those using Microsoft computer programs have endured a frustrating morning. An outage with Microsoft 365 is the problem. People have been unable to use Outlook, Teams and Office. The technology giant says it has identified the issue, but is yet to fix it.
Today is Blue Ribbon Day, thanking the police who protect and serve, and honouring the members who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Neil Mitchell helped set the day of tribute 22 years ago, to honour Gary Silk and Rodney Miller. With the tragic deaths of four police officers, Leading Senior Constable […]