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Discussion in 'Alpine & Snow' started by skiflat, May 8, 2006.
Looks good !
Nice, now about time they brought back the swirly hurricany logo instead of that coat of arms symbol.
i miss the old logo too - it was cool.
apparently little johnny wanted the coat of arms on every government site. just so you remember who's in charge...
the climate stuff is worth a look , the timescales graphs for last 100 years are worth playing with.
They won't, unless PMC change their directions to departments about websites.
Maybe it will change after the next election.
get rid of the exclamation symbol for the WARNINGS section... too damn bright and catchy
The coat of arms logo is a the result of a governemnt directive a year or 2 ago that ALL federal goverment departments must use the coat of arms as their official logo.
This is so the governemnt can work out what they own and what they don't.
Coat of arms = government department
No coat of arms = somthing they flogged off at a bargain basement price which will soon be charging you an arm & a leg for even worse service than you used to get.
I think the cyclone logo came in under the Whitlam government, so it had to go.