For most of Australia, daylight saving doesn't end this weekend — there's still another week to go before NSW, Victoria, South Australia, the ACT and Tasmania switch back. While most computers should handle that change automatically, some older mobile phones or other gadgets might automatically try and change the time come Sunday morning, so it's worth checking. Western Australian readers do end daylight saving this weekend, so a double-check will be even more important. (Queensland, as always, had ignored the whole concept, which still really sucks if you live in Tweed Heads.)
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