How To Deep Clean Your House Before Christmas?

Hello friends,
Christmas is one of the most popular festivals and everyone waits for it every year. It is a time you have parties and gathering at home to celebrate with near and dear ones. Therefore, keeping your house neat and tidy before the guests arrive is crucial to make a good impression and make our home welcoming. You can hire professional cleaners in Melbourne to deep clean your house and make it presentable. However, if you plan to do it yourself, here are experts tips on how to thoroughly sanitise your home before Christmas. Have a look.

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How rooftop solar on skyscrapers and the MCG could help Melbourne get to net zero

With Australia now committed to net zero domestic emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050, the focus is on how to achieve that — from the national scale down to the state and city levels.
What would it take, for instance, for an Australian city to be net zero?

Monash University researchers have been looking at a part of this puzzle; by mapping sunlight in the City of Melbourne, they’ve calculated how much solar energy this urban area could produce.

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Experts say simple steps have helped Victoria’s stillbirth rate fall for the first time in 20 years

Victorian maternity services that introduced the Safer Baby Bundle between 2019 and 2021 have seen a 21 per cent decline in stillbirths — the first real change to the state’s stillbirth rate in almost two decades.
According to Safer Care Victoria, 20 stillbirths were prevented over an 18-month period after the initiative was introduced to 15 maternity services across the state.

“This is a remarkable achievement and a life-changing outcome for 20 Victorian families,” a summary of the program said.

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IBAC investigates after police allegedly share photo of former AFL coach Dani Laidley with ‘vile’ comments

Victoria’s public sector watchdog is appealing for information after an unsolicited photo of former AFL coach Dani Laidley was allegedly shared by police officers along with transphobic comments.
The photo of Ms Laidley was allegedly taken at the Ballan Cup at Geelong Racecourse on Saturday November 6.

“IBAC is asking any member of the public or police personnel who witnessed the photo being taken, or has information about the photo in a text message being sent or received, to contact IBAC,” the watchdog said in a statement.

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