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In keeping with the last page or so’s worth of...

In keeping with the last page or so’s worth of recommendations the two I’d mention are Bar Vincent and Albertos Lounge. Both Italian and not too formal with high quality but not too fussy food. So...
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Posted By IMOA

Saying its a separate cap is just stupid. The...

Saying its a separate cap is just stupid. The claim behind the caps is that this is the limit of what that state can take, any sectioning off of a part of the cap to call it something else by...
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Posted By IMOA

Fixing a problem that doesn’t exist with...

Fixing a problem that doesn’t exist with authoritarian overreach, unnecessary and mean spirited really.
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I’m not at all convinced that Australians are...

I’m not at all convinced that Australians are willing to sit behind closed borders longer than necessary. Right now people do accept that there needs to be strict international border restrictions...
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And predictably the panic states have closed...

And predictably the panic states have closed their doors to WA. I assume WA is trying to figure out how to close its borders to itself and Palaszczuk is trying to figure out how much money the other...
Forum: DiningBuzz
Jan 11, 21, 11:48 pm
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Posted By IMOA

Decent coffee would be my first one. After that I...

Decent coffee would be my first one. After that I tend to go with some kind of sparkling beverage (mostly simply sparkling water but sometimes coke zero) and then make it more interest with bitters...
Jan 11, 21, 10:59 pm
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Posted By IMOA

Interesting, based on that I wouldn’t have to pay...

Interesting, based on that I wouldn’t have to pay when I thought I would have to. Not sure how it would work for my girlfriend (Aus P/R but never resident in NZ) if we decided to go to NZ for an...
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Was talking with a friend at the dog park this...

Was talking with a friend at the dog park this afternoon who are meant to be travelling to qld tomorrow, they’re driving because they’re taking the dog but I’d be heading up tonight. 14 days if...
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While the enquiry raised the option of home...

While the enquiry raised the option of home quarantine the VIC government have absolutely ruled it out. Not sure if Iíve seen a comment specifically from NSW but generally they are the most open to...
Nov 26, 20, 3:59 pm
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Ok, interesting perspective. I dont know whether...

Ok, interesting perspective. I dont know whether Iíd agree because a lot of those jurisdictions have dealt with outbreaks without lockdowns and thereís very few places that require masks but itís...
Nov 26, 20, 6:28 am
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Posted By IMOA

Iím intrigued. Why wouldnít you want to go to one...

Iím intrigued. Why wouldnít you want to go to one of the countries who are now in summer, have very low cases and who have very minimal restrictions?
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I’ve genuinely been quite stunned with some of...

I’ve genuinely been quite stunned with some of the reactions to this over the last few days. Given the fact the 14 day quarantine is still in place when returning to NZ, and the one way ticket...
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Just to clarify, no one has been detained because...

Just to clarify, no one has been detained because there’s no reason nor any legal authority to do so.

This just makes Dan look pretty silly, so much noise and fuss about something unimportant, I...
Oct 3, 20, 12:39 am
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Posted By IMOA

It’s because the domestic incidence rate only...

It’s because the domestic incidence rate only includes those who have had a test and we know that this is only a fraction of the actual cases, especially with close to 50% being asymptotic. When...
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Posted By IMOA

Well that escalated quickly. Relieves the...

Well that escalated quickly.

Relieves the pressure on quarantine, helps the tourism industry and puts pressure on the states to be more reasonable with internal borders. Good result all round.
Jun 30, 20, 3:45 pm
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Posted By IMOA

While I do agree mask wearing and other habits...

While I do agree mask wearing and other habits have helped in Japan the idea that they didn’t lock down isn’t true, they did have a lock down in major cities and certainly our office in Tokyo has...
Jun 30, 20, 3:37 pm
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Posted By IMOA

Just to be clear, the flights aren’t being...

Just to be clear, the flights aren’t being cancelled, they’re being diverted, so likely to fly into SYD, BNE, ADL instead. It’s for a couple of weeks because Victoria doesn’t want to deal with...
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Local Australian newspapers probably the best bet...

Local Australian newspapers probably the best bet but they don’t run that many stories on it as there’s not a lot of news as there doesn’t seem to be any change to the rules foreseeable for quite...
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Posted By IMOA

I suspect they don’t have a policy yet on this...

I suspect they don’t have a policy yet on this sort of thing and won’t until we get to a point where reopening to the US (or other non bubble countries) starts to become feasible.
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Iím not convinced we would have actually as the...

Iím not convinced we would have actually as the vast majority of the community spread for the last month has been through what would have been considered essential workers. The things that we did...
Jun 15, 20, 3:09 pm
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Posted By IMOA

https://www.oecd.org/economic-outlook/ They...

https://www.oecd.org/economic-outlook/

They dont, generally Europe has managed to have not only a far worse health impact from Covid its also managed to achieve a worse economic impact. Even...
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Posted By IMOA

I took it to mean there may have been multiple...

I took it to mean there may have been multiple disagreements with the constabulary while in Australia so while he was deported for something in one state there could have been an outstanding matter...
May 16, 20, 4:46 pm
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Posted By IMOA

While Australia has more strict border controls...

While Australia has more strict border controls than most its lockdown was less strict than most. Since the majority of cases were from overseas closing the border was the main control, Restaurants,...
May 16, 20, 1:39 am
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Posted By IMOA

I expect that mortality in Australia has actually...

I expect that mortality in Australia has actually dropped this year. Currently there are only 98 deaths from covid, there will be more but Iíd be surprised if it goes past 150 and given the social...
May 16, 20, 12:50 am
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Posted By IMOA

Why donít we lock ourselves up due to the flu?...

Why donít we lock ourselves up due to the flu? Pretty obvious, because we have a vaccine and the flu doesnít have remotely close to the same level of mortality and impact to the healthcare system.
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