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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
– Joan Robbie’s letter below