Daylight saving has kicked in for most of the country, meaning once again WA is three hours behind Sydney and Melbourne.
Clocks in NSW, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and the ACT went forward one hour from 2am on Sunday.
Queensland, WA and the Northern Territory don’t have daylight saving, meaning Sydney and Melbourne will be an hour ahead of Brisbane, 90 minutes in front of Darwin and three hours ahead of Perth.
Premier Mark McGowan was asked on Sunday if another referendum could be due for WA.
“No,” was the short answer.
After some banter, McGowan reminded us there had already been four referendums.
“There’s got to be a time you stop flogging a dead horse.”
Daylight saving will end in six on Sunday April 3, 2022.