The 1985 Melbourne Outdoor (also known as the 1985 Jason Victorian Open) was an Grand Prix tournament held in Melbourne, Australia. It was the third edition of the tournament and was held from 23 to 29 December and was played on outdoor grass courts.
The domain name was originally allocated by Jon Postel, operator of IANA to Kevin Robert Elz of Melbourne University in 1986. After an approximately five-year process in the 1990s, the Internet industry created a self-regulatory body called .au Domain Administration to operate the domain. It obtained assent from ICANN in 2001, and commenced operating a new competitive regime for domain registration on 1 July 2002. Since this new regime, any registration has to be ordered via a registrar.
Oversight of .au is by .au Domain Administration (auDA). It is a not-for-profit organisation whose membership is derived from Internet organisations, industry members and interested individuals. The organisation operates under the consent of the Australian government which has legislative power to decide the operators of electronic addressing in the country.
Policy for .au is devised by policy development panels. These panels are convened by auDA and combine public input with industry representation to derive policy.
Melbourne is a compilation album by the Models, recorded in the early 1980s and released in 2001. The album was distributed by Shock Records.
The album was compiled by dedicated Models fan, Mark Burchett (a band booking agent for Premier Artists), who compiled sixteen cuts of the Models' material before they signed with Mushroom Records, consisting of demos, studio cuts and live tracks with the assistance of Melbourne public radio station 3RRRFM. The liner notes for the album are written by Australian Rock historian Ian McFarlane.
"Body Shop" - 5:37
"Current Affair" - 3:30
"Whisper Through The Wall" - 3:43
"Party Girls" - 4:58
"Atlantic Romantic" - 5:09
"The Other People Incident" - 5:27
"Golden Arches" - 3:59
"John From Earth" - 4:32
"Brave New World" - 3:46
"Early Morning Brain (It's not quite the same as Sobriety)" - 4:26
PremierDaniel Andrews on Sunday updated the state's roadmap as the state charges towards 80 and 90 double-dose vaccination. From 6pm October 29, travel between Melbourne and the regions will resume, outdoor masks will be scrapped, and retail and gyms will reopen ... Pictured. People party in Melbourne on Friday after lockdown restrictions were eased ... .
The new infections were found from 69,624 tests processed on Saturday, which was Melbourne's second day out of lockdown ... From 6pm on that date, the border around Melbourne will be dropped, allowing Victorians to travel anywhere in the state ahead of the Melbourne Cup weekend.
In Melbourne, pubs and restaurants can accept 20 fully vaccinated people indoors, and 50 outdoors. Entertainment venues cannot host people indoors in Melbourne, but can host up to 50 vaccinated people outdoors ... In Melbourne, this means outdoors and for only the minimum number required for training while the rate is at 70%.
In Melbourne, outdoors exercise is permitted with the minimum number of people required for training, while the vaccination rate is at 70% ... In Melbourne, pubs and restaurants can accept 20 fully vaccinated people indoors, and 50 outdoors. Entertainment venues cannot host people indoors in Melbourne, but can host up to 50 vaccinated people outdoors.
22, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia (Getty/Kyodo) ... Under the eased restrictions in Melbourne, restaurants, hair salons and outdoor entertainment venues reopened with strict density limits in place, and residents are no longer be subject to a nightly curfew and 15-kilometer travel radius. But face masks remain mandatory indoors and outdoors.
Melbourne's CBD returns to what has become its 'Covid normal' status over the past 18 months ... This is new Melbourne. Old Melbourne is dead. K-mart on Bourke Street in Melbourne's CBD was one of only a few retailers to open-up on the street ... While retailers have been told they can open up outdoors, few appeared to have bothered in Melbourne on Friday.
In Melbourne, people were seen cheering and clapping from their balconies, while cars honked horns continuously at 11.59 p.m ... Under relaxed rules in Melbourne, restaurants and cafes can reopen with up to 20 people indoors and 50 outdoors - all of whom must be vaccinated - while 10 guests can gather at homes.
Melbourne is celebrating "freedom day" after enduring 262 days overall in various lockdowns as the city struggled to drive back coronavirus outbreaks ...People shop outdoors at a Kmart store in central Melbourne as restrictions ease and shops reopen ... No movement will be permitted between Melbourne and regional Victoria until targets are met.
MELBOURNE — Melbourne residents flocked to the city’s pubs, restaurants and hair salons in the early hours of Friday after the world’s most locked-down city emerged from its latest spate of restrictions designed to combat the spread of Covid-19 ... It has been an arduous period, especially for those in Melbourne running a business.
In Melbourne, people were seen cheering and clapping from their balconies, while cars honked horns continuously at 11.59 p.m ... Under relaxed rules in Melbourne, restaurants and cafes can reopen with up to 20 people indoors and 50 outdoors – all of whom must be vaccinated – while 10 guests can gather at homes.
Melbourne residents flocked to the city’s estaurants and hair salons in the early hours of Friday after the world’s most locked-down city emerged from its latest spate of restrictions designed to combat the spread of COVID-19 ... 1, fully vaccinated international travelers arriving in Sydney and Melbourne will no longer need to quarantine.
Movement restrictions have been lifted in Melbourne while venues from salons to restaurants are reopening for fully-vaccinated people ...People dine outdoors in Degraves Street in Melbourne, Friday, Oct ... A renowned coffee culture is a hallmark of life in Melbourne, known as one of the world’s most liveable cities.
The latest infections were announced just hours after tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Melbourne when the clock struck midnight and the city's long-suffering residents were finally released from the world's longest lockdown ... Punters are seen dining outdoors in Lygon Street, Carlton, in Melbourne on Friday.
Wild scenes erupted on the streets of Melbourne as the clock struck midnight, with millions of long-suffering residents cheering on the end of the world's longest lockdown ... Melbourne has endured a collective 262 gruelling days in in lockdown since the pandemic reached Australia's shores early last year - more than any other location.