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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 Tuesday 18 May Summary

Min 15 Max 24

Perth area: Partly cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers, most likely in the early morning. The chance of a thunderstorm. Light winds.

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

Sun protection recommended from 10:50 am to 1:30 pm, UV Index predicted to reach 3 [Moderate]

Latest news from ABC Australia

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Virgin Australia CEO Jayne Hrdlicka says Australia needs to discuss opening up its borders as the vaccine rollout ramps up.

SA Police investigates photo of man in uniform appearing to snort white substance

SA Police says it will investigate the authenticity of a photo showing a man in a police uniform leaning over a table and appearing to snort a white substance.

Israeli-Palestinian conflict enters second week as Hamas tunnels and Israeli cities targeted

Israel bombs what it says are underground tunnels used by Hamas and Palestinian militants fire rockets at Israeli cities as fighting spills into a second week.

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A dilapidated one-bedroom home that has a hole in the ceiling and hasn't been maintained for more than 50 years becomes one of the most expensive properties for its size in the Harbour City.

Concern syphilis spreading into Melbourne communities 'it wasn't present in before'

Scientists are using genomic sequencing technology, like that used to tackle COVID-19 clusters, to track worsening syphilis outbreaks in Melbourne's suburbs.

Singapore to shut schools amid warning COVID variants are infecting children

Singapore warns that new coronavirus variants, such as the one first detected in India, are affecting more children than past strains, as the city-state prepares to shut most schools.

Australians among those most at risk of working themselves to death, WHO warns

A region that includes China, Japan and Australia is the most affected by a worsening trend of working longer hours, a WHO report says, and the surge in remote work hasn't helped.

State and territories haven't administered a quarter of their vaccine supply, report finds

New figures show one in four COVID-19 vaccines available in Australia have not been administered, with GP clinics and every state and territory under-utilising their allocated supply.

Allegedly drunk driver of ute that hit tree charged over passenger's death

An Adelaide Hills man will face court charged with causing death by dangerous driving, after a 28-year-old Mount Barker man was killed last month when the ute the pair was travelling in hit a tree.