|March 27, 2008 - April 03, 2008|
|Wed, Apr 02, 2008 -- Swinburne_Communications: Cancellation of Classes - Wind damage |
As you will be aware, strong winds are causing significant issues across all campuses. Due to safety concerns, all lectures and class are to be cancelled immediately. Emergency Services have recommended that people remain indoors wherever possible.
|Posted by Anita Dyavanapally|
|Wed, Apr 02, 2008 -- Swinburne_Communications: IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT|
** Severe weather alert for all campuses - staff and students are advised to remain indoors**
This official mail has been authorised by Dr Michael Thorne, Executive Director, Chancellery
Due to extreme wind damage across Melbourne, staff and students are advised to remain inside buildings where possible. In particular, John Street and Wakefield Street have been affected by falling debris.
Please also exercise great care when returning home this evening. The Bureau of Meteorology have issued the following warning and are also advising people to stay indoors:
Motorists are advised of extremely windy conditions during today with gusts of between 100 and 130 km/h. This will be followed by a period of rain late this afternoon and evening with a squally westerly change. Hazardous road conditions
Driving conditions may be difficult or hazardous.