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Home - my web presence.

This is my personal presence on the web which includes web server, mail server, IoT devices, security cameras and yes, even a voip capable PABX phone system. Most devices are not accessable directly from the internet for security reasons but some outputs are available (See BMS page).

Some of the other things I am interested in include model railways (and the real ones too) as well as Amateur (Ham) Radio.

Those not familiar the above solar data provides some details as to conditions for high frequency propagation transmission and reception. And of course a link to the 'Worlds greatest Hobby"!


Weather for Perth W.A. as supplied by Bureau of Meteorology.


Forecast for Thursday 29 July Summary

Min 13 Max 20



Perth area: Cloudy. Very high (near 100%) chance of showers. Damaging winds possible. The chance of a thunderstorm in the southeast in the afternoon and evening. Winds north to northwesterly 20 to 30 km/h tending west to northwesterly 35 to 50 km/h early in the morning.

Fire Danger
Perth Coastal Plain: Low-Moderate
Perth Hills: Low-Moderate

Sun protection recommended from 10:50 am to 1:40 pm, UV Index predicted to reach 3 [Moderate]


Latest news from ABC Australia

McKeon breaks Olympic 100m freestyle record, Titmus to challenge for third gold

Emma McKeon's outstanding campaign continues with a new Olympic mark. And she and Ariarne Titmus will have the chance of winning more gold in the 4x200 metres freestyle relay.


'We must change our system': Contentious Tasmanian youth program to close after abuse investigation

The Tasmanian government has committed to end a controversial residential care program based in the Northern Territory following allegations of abuse.


Your daily guide to the Games: Swimming finals, hockey and golf headline Thursday action

There are another five finals in the pool on Thursday, while the Australian women's rugby sevens team begin the defence of their Olympic title. Here are the events to watch out for on day 6.


Court to decide if NT police officer accused of murder can argue he was not 'criminally liable'

The full bench of the NT Supreme Court has been asked to decide whether Constable Zachary Rolfe can argue in his upcoming murder trial that he was not criminally liable for Kumanjayi Walker’s death because he was acting in “good faith” as a police officer during the incident.


Boomers continue bright start with tight win over Italy, Hockeyroos remain unbeaten

The Australian men's basketball team makes it two from two to start their tournament, winning 86-83 against Italy, while the Hockeyroos get past host nation Japan 1-0.


Wests Tigers player James Roberts fined, banned for one game after COVID breach

Centre James Roberts is fined $7,500 and banned for one game for failing to comply with a Queensland public health directive.


Japanese women celebrate German gymnasts' full body suits at Olympics

The full body suits being worn by Germany's Olympic gymnasts have struck a chord with Japanese women, who have been taking to social media to share bitter stories about clothes they have been forced to wear.


Jury finds woman and alleged lover guilty of murdering husband

A jury finds an Adelaide woman and her alleged lover guilty of murdering her husband because "he was in the way", while another man is found guilty of manslaughter.


Nathan Gunn thought his last year of schooling would be the best year of his life but then COVID happened

This former Eltham High School student says the first few months of 2020 was "amazing", studying with his friends and planning schoolies. But then the uncertainty and loneliness of being in lockdown left him feeling depressed. And he is not the only one.


Woman dies in hospital after alleged 'serious domestic assault'

A 37-year-old woman dies after sustaining "life-threatening head injuries" in an alleged domestic assault on South Australia's Yorke Peninsula earlier this week.



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