False hope

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I WAS un­der the im­pres­sion that we had some sort of truth in ad­ver­tis­ing laws in this state un­til I saw Jay Weather­ill’s new tele­vi­sion ad­ver­tise­ments telling us what a fan­tas­tic job his gov­ern­ment has done in pro­vid­ing us with re­li­able and af­ford­able power.

Then I looked at my lat­est elec­tric­ity bill and re­alised that I was mis­taken. GE­ORGE DANBY,

Mor­phett Vale. pens is paramount to “day­light steal­ing”.

In­stead of en­joy­ing the ex­tra hour of day­light at the com­mence­ment of the day, us early ris­ers are sub­ject to an ex­tra hour of dark­ness, while the lazy sleep­ers-in, are awarded an ex­tra hour of light at day’s end.

At the end of the day I would pre­fer to re­lax after work­ing busily all day, not to have to watch an hour of ex­tra day­light. ELDERT HOEBEE, Tor­rens Park.

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