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Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Opinion -

us. One young lad went on the side of the road, putting his life in dan­ger. On turn­ing around, there were two more be­hind. I stopped and let the fe­male cy­clist go ahead and she was the only one who at least ac­knowl­edged this by thank­ing me.

How­ever, not one of the five cy­clists rang their bell. I am con­cerned that if this is go­ing to be the norm, I could visu­alise many mi­nor/ma­jor ac­ci­dents, es­pe­cially on this very busy in­ter­sec­tion.

Many mums and dads with push­ers and dogs use this path reg­u­larly. Per­haps widen­ing of foot­paths may re­solve this prob­lem. JOAN ROB­BIE, Como. On­line read­ers con­tinue to love our match wrap-up of lo­cal sport games. Read­ers also ex­pressed their views about the An­gelo Street Bar. Our fea­ture on youth vi­o­lence was also popular

Robert Kee­gan, Kye Mid­dle­ton. You're in­ter­net fa­mous again! - David Lewis Why is it OK to have Cel­e­bra­tions Liquor across the street/500m? Surely, that is worse for school stu­dents vs a re­spon­si­ble ser­vice venue.

- Rosslind El­lis Well done lo­cal Com­mu­nity news. Picked up by na­tional press and now lo­cal press but not State me­dia, go fig­ure? - Fiona Reid

WHFS has re­cently made na­tional and lo­cal news ... see an ar­ti­cle fea­tured in the WHFS and The Mak­ing of Good Men and Women Work­ing Group will con­tinue to work to­wards turn­ing the tide on fam­ily and do­mes­tic vi­o­lence. - Women’s Health and

Fam­ily Ser­vices

– Joan Rob­bie’s let­ter be­low

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