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On Town of Port Hed­land rangers in­ves­ti­gat­ing piles of trees and shrubs il­le­gally dumped in Red­bank.

Well I’m not a rocket sci­en­tist, but there ain’t too many pa­per­barks in town, es­pe­cially in that area along GNH that have van­ished very re­cently, amongst other large trees...

Dave McGowan

Why not in­ves­ti­gate all the other rub­bish dumped around town?

Me­lika L Cartwright

New­man has the same prob­lem. De­spite a com­pletely free rub­bish tip that’s open a lot, peo­ple still dump ev­ery­thing imag­in­able in the bush around town. It’s a sick­ness.

Ryan Stämpfli

On RV over­flow be­ing set to re­open with changes.

Well done to the Town of Port Hed­land for of­fer­ing short-term ac­com­mo­da­tion to trav­ellers, gives peo­ple the op­por­tu­nity to stay and shop lo­cal be­fore ven­tur­ing on and of course see­ing some of the amaz­ing things Port Hed­land has to of­fer, great ini­tia­tive by the coun­cil. Win win to every­one.

Veron­ica Hal­li­gan

Over­flow should only hap­pen when the tourist parks are full.

Cathy Wla­zlowski

Well done. Great to see such large num­bers of vis­i­tors. It brings life into the PH town com­mu­nity. Lo­cals can learn a bit of road cour­tesy and should wel­come change.

Ronel Spence

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