Couldn't help yourself
I had a quick think about, and decided it was an easy enough task since I could recall the dates. Had I had to look up the dates I wouldn't have bothered.
But don't break out that Grange just yet
It's a terrible wine, and frankly, having polished off several bottles in my life I find it quite over rated and very underwhelming. I rate their Bin 289 higher, and I have several mates with wineries that do a far better collection of reds. That said, I am a fan of dry whites, Chennin and (NZ) Sauvignon Blanc specifically.
This 'war' isn't over. Australia will continue to be a magnet for people looking for a better or just safer life.
Presuming it's the 'safer' I am happy to take them, the former can go home.
When NATO pulls out from Afghanistan there will be plenty of people with the will and the money to come here. In that next 'battle' would you treat them like allies or enemies ?
Neither, I would see them treated as normal people, if they're genuinely endangered bring them over, issue a TPV with the conditions enforced, an cancel the TPV when no longer required. If they come here for social benefit, not fleeing danger then turn them back.
Economic migration is not evil, nor bad, but I don't think it's unreasonable to expect someone to apply for such through channels, have prior approval before departure and bring a verifiable, transferable skill of some demand or other significance. Those coming for an economic reason without these and dressing one's self as a persecuted person should be afforded no sympathies.