WORST AHEAD GOVT MODELLING PREDICTS

  Victorians face weeks of higher coronavirus infections, with average daily cases to peak at 1100 by the end of next week and staying above 1000 for eight days. The Victorian government’s own estimates, obtained by The Australian Newspaper on August 6th, show the average number of new cases is not ­expected to decline until […]

MALARIA DRUG CUT COVID-19 DEATHS

HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE  STUDY: The International Journal Of Infectious Diseases found that the use of Hydroxycholoroquine, A drug used to treat Malaria,  plus Azithromycin was associated with a 66% reduction in the risk of death as compared to controls; the analysis also suggested a larger effectiveness of Hydroxychloroquine with less severe Covid-19 disease. Results are remarkably similar […]

WORLD TEMPERATURES ROSE SHARPLY IN 1980s

British Meteorological Office and the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit showed that the average global temperature in 1988 was 59.62 degrees Fahrenheit, 0.62 Fahrenheit higher than the long-term average for the period from 1950 through to 1979. The 1988 temperature was almost identical to that of 1995 at 59.70 degrees Fahrenheit but much […]

ARCHIVED RECORDS SHOW 1990s AS HOTTEST

GLOBAL WARMING REACHED ITS PEAK IN THE NINETIES NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, shows the average 1995 temperature at 59.7 degrees, ( 15.38 C) slightly ahead of 1990 as the warmest year since record-keeping began in 1866. Met Office recorded an average temperature in 1995 of 58.72 degrees Fahrenheit,  (14.84 C)  according […]

SUBLEASING & OVERCROWDING SPREADS VIRUS

” THEIR SLEEPING IN KITCHENS AND LOUNGE ROOMS” High-rise towers have become the new frontier of a thriving illegal rooming house market as “profiteering” operators prey on struggling foreign students. International student groups said a lack of affordable housing was leaving young foreigners living in Australia with “no choice” but to pay to live in […]

NINE ONE COUNCILLOR WARDS FOR ELECTION

NINE BALLOT PAPERS TO ELECT NINE WARD COUNCILLORS Despite recommendations to the contrary from both Manningham Council and the Victorian Electoral Commission, the Victorian Government has decided on a single Councillor ward structure for the local government elections in October. It is assumed that the decision made on the eve of the last election, by […]