Re: How difficult can this be?
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Someone agrees with you https://spaceaustralia.com.au/
A fellow in Kiama NSW did something similar, but it was 12km so he installed his own microwave link
The rules have always been that if your are an employee and you employer deducts tax but fails to pay it on to the tax office, the employee will still get the credits and the ATO will chase the employer. The ATO FAQ simply repeats this.
The employers who paid the gross pay to Plutus as not off the hook. They still owe the tax to the ATO.
Employers are also in a double bind with superannuation contributions. The contributions haven't been paid to the super funds so the employers still have an obligation to make sure they get paid, and because they were not paid on time they are not entitled to a tax deduction for the contribution.
In Australia, if you put two lines across a cheque and write Not Negotiable on it, the cheque cannot be cashed. It must be deposited into an account. If it also has Account Payee Only, the bank account must belong to the payee.
These are security measures to stop stolen cheques being cashed.
Would that be mainly mobile phone users?
The Aust Govt could have borrowed at 1.8%pa over ten years back in January, now it's 2.7%. Perhaps they should have done this sooner.
Unfortunately, the location of those "dangerous to health" and "ugly" wind farms, is not always determined by engineering considerations.
Trying to use logic and consistency in the pronunciation of place names? That's not a game you can win.
"but then the cost & complexity of the fob, etc, goes up a lot."
VW charge about $300 for a key replacement. I'm sure there is plenty of room to add complexity without the manufacturers starting to lose money
I've been wearing a $38 Chinese knock-off for a few months, certainly from before the Apple version become available. It's gold looking but has a cheap band - I have been asked about it 3 times by shop employees.
Now I wonder if it's making me a target for a mugging.
(BTW It's andorid only and fairly functional )
Not so strange that the revenge was happening in an identical manner
I've seen lots of staff in companies do stupid things "because that was the way they did it "last year
sheblindedmewith.science is taken
I had a copyright claim on a clip of my band doing a cover of a song we hadn't written. Almost immediately a copyright notice come up. That was not a surprise but but the claim was not for the original of the song. It was a totally different song that happened to start with the same opening chord - E major.
There is a option to acknowledge the claim, or to assert copyright yourself but no way of saying the claimant is wrong. I tried to follow this up but the response was that if I am not the song owner, it's not my concern.
Special security operation - you do you know you're going to gaol for publishing this story?
"We have unlimited storage for unlimited cost."
Unlimited costs - sounds like a Defence contract
I had a University lecturer from Pakistan who learnt English in Germany. I suspect this will be similar
Best way to obtain and install of the the apps mentioned is ninite.com . Tick the programs you want from the list and it installs them all with a single click while bypassing the optional adware that many come with
How did you go with "bonzodoodaology" ? Can't wait for that one to be published
They'll claim those protesting are just friends of criminals and terrorists - they can be tarred as such and safely ignored
Or sit in a Centrelink office waiting area - you can be pretty sure the people there will 1. Have a Centrelink card and 2. Be waiting for a long time
You can't get a copy of the report without an order, signed in triplicate, sent in, sent back, queried, lost, found, subjected to public enquiry, lost again, and finally buried in soft peat for three months and recycled as firelighters
It's not the first time that Govt ministers have jumped on semantics. The extension of patent duration delays the time before drugs go down in price. It does not make them go up.
We can be confident that we won't be reading of stuff ups like this in the future - once the laws making reporting such things illegal get through.
"I'm not sure how much use a moth will be in airlifting the victims out of the disaster zone."
Frank Zappa has already demonstrated this principal in his tale of Billy The Mountain" in which the protagonist goes into a telephone booth, covers his body with maple syrup and used the resulting swarm of flies to raise said booth into the sky.
"now 19,093,090,914km from Earth at the time of writing and moving further away at a rate of about 15km a second"
If that is true I am impressed with writers ability to time his typing the the nearest .07 of a second being the time that the craft takes to travel a km.
"questioned ...if we have government approval to encrypt emails"
Does Paypal have government approval to ask such questions?
I'm a vodafone user and they certainly didn't contact me to tell about any free data weekend.
BTW the red back spider antivenom whose existence we have been comforted by for decades is now claimed to be ineffective
Someone else for the movie industry to sue - if a German domain registrar can be held responsible for the content of websites, then it's just a few steps away
The first rule of Govt reviews- don't have one without knowing what they'll recommend
It's extra special if you can combine fast checkout with those near-field card readers. Without them you put the card in the slot . With them you wave or tap the card, wait and then repeat several times before putting you card in the slot.
141 witness for the prosecution but only 1 allowed for Manning. His only hope is the Chewbacca Defence
American right wing groups have a long history of rejecting science or experts in any field and being damn proud of it.
I expected he'd get a free 30 day trial
"In the same way they fine small ISPs but not the owners of the cable or satelite."
I'd like to see them confiscate a satellite or cable while they investigate.
Missing socks turn into wire coathangers. It the only explanation for the shortage of one and the surplus of the other
New Zealand is known as the shaky isles for a reason.
Meanwhile, what about all the poor sods still without access to their data?
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