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AMAZ­ING there was a sta­dium at West Lakes that could have been used for soc­cer or use as a sec­ond sta­dium. En­ter the bull­doz­ers? BRETT, Rostrevor HOW come the big three petrol re­tail­ers all raise the price at the same time? The in­de­pen­dents are the only ones that re­alise that low price equals high-vol­ume sales. BOB, Golden Grove I THINK Ge­off Brock may have a bet­ter un­der­stand­ing of the value of re­gional Cab­i­net meet­ings than new Re­gional De­vel­op­ment Min­is­ter Tim Whet­stone, who per­haps should recog­nise that th­ese meet­ings are of sig­nif­i­cance not just for peo­ple in big white cars, but for the coun­try peo­ple. GREG SLAT­TERY, Laura THE Lib­eral Party may have half a chance at the next fed­eral elec­tion if Tony Ab­bott, Barn­aby Joyce, Mathias Cor­mann and Peter Dut­ton left the build­ing. EASY AS ABCD OUT ANY­BODY in a footy tip­ping com­pe­ti­tion could do worse than fol­low Natalie Bode. Reckon she goes close to tak­ing home the choco­lates ev­ery year. BAZZMAN IF THE Lib­eral and Na­tional par­ties don’t stop fight­ing among them­selves, with a fed­eral elec­tion due in about nine months, they will not have any hope of be­ing re-elected. BWM DIS­CLOS­ING staff-to-pa­tient ra­tios in aged-care fa­cil­i­ties tells us numbers need to be counted on a daily ba­sis be­cause staff sat­u­ra­tion is very likely to oc­cur just around as­sess­ment time and in the weeks pre­ced­ing. TRUE RE­FLEC­TION

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