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The ‘Minister for Time’ has issued a daylight saving warning

Plenty of Australians have been gearing up to turn forward their clocks by an hour this weekend for daylight saving.

But New South Wales Attorney-General, and self-appointed ‘Minister for Time’, Mark Speakman is warning us to hold off for a week.

The October long weekend usually signals the start of daylight saving time.

But thanks to a rare quirk in this year’s calendar, that isn’t the case.

The summer time period falls on the first Sunday of October, which won’t be until Sunday October 7 this year.

So don’t turn those clocks forward until next weekend!

Find out why
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