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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 big 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 Marangaroo W.A. as supplied by TheWeather.Com Web Site.

Latest news from ABC Australia

Harris's killer debate instincts made her an ideal VP pick for Biden
Joe Biden wanted a vice-president with whom he had chemistry. Someone he could trust. In Kamala Harris he has found a running mate with killer instincts on the debate stage who will provide balance on the Democratic ticket more broadly, writes David Lipson.

Property developers bet on return to normalcy, declaring COVID-19 'a bit of a speed bump'
Even while Australia's second biggest city endures a second, and much stricter coronavirus lockdown, property developers are still inking deals to build thousands of new homes.

Swifts, Vixens remain unbeaten in Super Netball
It is still early days in the 2020 Super Netball season, but the Swifts and Vixens continue to set the pace with respective victories on the Sunshine Coast.

Suns, Essendon share the points in dramatic AFL draw
The Suns have some late chances to snatch victory from the Bombers on the Gold Coast, but they fall short in the second AFL draw of the season.

Multiple serious injuries after passenger train derails in Scotland
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tells Scottish Parliament there are reports of multiple serious injuries from the crash.

Jury fails to deliver verdict in trial of man accused of stabbing squatter to death
The jury in the trial of a man accused of murdering a squatter in a Mandurah shed because he was angry about him stealing his cigarette butts has been discharged after being unable to reach a verdict.

NDIS bans Ann Marie Smith care provider Integrity Care
The disability agency which employed a carer charged with the manslaughter of South Australian woman Ann Marie Smith, who died in "appalling circumstances" earlier this year, has its registration revoked.

Cancelled surgeries, delayed appointments: Pandemic taking heavy toll on people with other chronic illnesses
The coronavirus pandemic has been particularly tough for cancer patient Jodie Leworthy. Her treatment has been amended and because of her weakened immune system she hasn't been able to have friends or extended family close by.

'Crystal clear lagoons all covered in black oil' in wake of bulk carrier hitting Mauritius reef
Volunteers in Mauritius are dealing with toxic fumes which are making them sick as they try to remove tonnes of crude oil from the island's formerly crystal-clear waters.

Sydney Roosters hoping Sonny Bill Williams' NRL return will help inspire premiership three-peat
While keeping their cards close to their chest, the Roosters welcome the addition of the New Zealand dual international, as they continue their campaign for a third consecutive NRL premiership.