SHORT AND SWEET
What does Anzac day mean to you?
History, people who died for us for our future, my great grandfather went to war and was lucky enough to return home, it was a huge sacrifice for families and men to go to war, they should never be forgotten. I hope my children and the next generations to come continue to Be a part of Anzac day, lest we forget ;-)
one must also remember those Indigenous Australians who died in colonial frontier conflicts and fought alongside Anzacs as unpaid soldiers - Lest We Forget
F all another bloody
Surely a better system for traffic control for road works between Agincourt and Barrier St can be devised? Why not block off east of the Agincourt roundabout to Four Mile roundabout and detour all traffic via Agincourt/St Crispins and Nautilus Streets. I am sure drivers would prefer to drive a longer route than sit still for 12 mins as I did this morning. Can’t wait to see how the new roundabout construction on the Highway (scheduled for six weeks in Sept) is going to disrupt us - right in the middle of peak season.
I tried to count the number of hangers-ons and workers this morning, but lost count, but prob- ably somewhere near 40, there was 10 stop go people. Your route solution makes a lot of sense. With regard to the highway round-a-bout -right in the middle of the crush, one million tons equals almost 5000 tons per day equals 125 trucks a day. Great timing!
Right Port Douglas.....what have you got to offer me?? Loads of Jobs I hope!! Shark sleeps on a #scuba #dive / #diving #GreatBarrierReef #portdouglas Found this one sleeping under an overhang. Are we besotted with reality TV as Port Douglas Carnivale becomes awash with ex’s from the Voice and MKR, what happened to the real stars? Everyone who didn’t came up to @PortDouglas—Aus because of #cyclonezane, it’s still beautiful weather up here @ pruemacsween Gail Jarvis we played Golf "badly" in Port Douglas on the hottest day of the century! At the airport getting ready for the next leg to Melbourne for a couple if days. See you soon ... we will return.
PORT Douglas and Mossman Gazette