Unfortunately with the ongoing restrictions these events has been cancelled. A replacement event is in preparation but we will need to await restrictions to ease sufficiently to plan accordingly.
Once again that pesky Corona Virus has forced us to not meet in person. This means once again we will have our meeting via Zoom. The newsletter will be emailed out to members on our email list along with the
It is my sad duty to report the passing of our beloved foundation member Mr Ron Carmichael on Sunday 18th July 2021, he was 91. Ron Carmichael along with Michael Donnelly were the local Rotary members who’s vision and determination
I noticed last night that the Services Victoria App on my Android Phone was being updated. I wondered whats changed, so I read the updates. The Update read :”When you check-in you can now add someone who is unable to
Before I go any further let me say one thing. If you are in Victoria, and are only scanning a QR code for COVID-19 Check-in and you are using the Services Victoria App to scan QR codes they are safe!
The Victorian Government has made the Services Victoria QR check in service mandatory, so what is it and how do you use it? Services Victoria check-in service The Service Victoria QR system is available via the Services Victoria APP. To
I was recently volunteering at a public event helping with the smooth entry of the public, this included assisting them QR into the venue. I was surprised how many people were unfamiliar or misunderstood the process. In many cases I
Straight from Probus South Pacific – the latest Active Retirees magazine! In this issue we share Probus member stories and recipes as part of our new regular features in the magazine including “Amazing Probians” and “Member Recipes”.
This magazine is for our Probus Community, in this issue we share information about Probus Day which will be celebrated on 1 October 2021. This issue also includes interesting articles on health, technology and finance as well as Club news from
Scammers and fraudsters are currently attempting to exploit people’s concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19) through phishing campaigns. According to cyber.gov.au there is a significant increase in scam text messages (SMS) and emails pretending to be real (phishing) targeting Australians. These phishing