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Pilbara News - - Opinion -

It is start­ing to heat up now and ev­ery­one has an opin­ion.

I loved liv­ing in the Pil­bara in the late 80s and early 90s. Ev­ery­thing was air-con­di­tioned and very few places in Perth were. Life as a young mar­ried cou­ple was idyl­lic; it was per­fect for young kids and so many out­side things to do. But, yes ... Good­bye cold wa­ter. Paula Emery

I used to turn the hot wa­ter heater off and use that for cold wa­ter in the shower — could shower like nor­mal, just re­verse the taps. John Crowe

Who re­mem­bers turn­ing on the cold tap in Kar­ratha and get­ting hot wa­ter when the wa­ter came from Mill­stream. Terry Sey­mour

Don’t for­get to turn your hot wa­ter off, then use the hot wa­ter tap as the cold one and cold tap as the hot one. Sh­eryl Bartlett Sin­clair

Oh poor New­man, maybe they can dig out an in­land beach. Kath Rinny

At the KI, I laughed when I saw the “cau­tion cold tap may be hot” signs. Manda Hoyes

Peo­ple were very con­cerned when we re­vealed sausage roll recipes may change be­cause of high Chi­nese de­mand for our but­ter driv­ing up prices.

Surely our dairy farm­ers have the ca­pac­ity to in­crease pro­duc­tion? It wasn’t that long ago we were

read­ing about dairy farm­ers emp­ty­ing thou­sands of litres of milk be­cause they couldn’t sell it, why not churn it into but­ter? An­thony Gross­berg

Ev­ery­one has been get­ting rid of our dairies for years, now it’s com­ing back and bit­ing us. Ge­off Poppy

Just wait till we're left with in­fe­rior fruit, veg­eta­bles and meat be­cause there's a pre­mium price to be made over seas. Deb Nis­bett Posts and com­ments on so­cial me­dia may be pub­lished and edited for le­gal, con­tent or space rea­sons. face­­baraNews @Pil­baraNews @Pil­baraNews

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