Building frustration justified
Anyone for tennis? Yesterday, at a construction site in Surry Hills, one worker was snapped by The Daily Telegraph bouncing a tennis ball in an improvised solo handball game. That’s fine on your own time — but every minute lost to play on our city’s many infrastructure projects is another minute added to the pain of Sydneysiders who are battling to find carparks or to access blocked and crowded streets.
Put down the phones, the smokes and the tennis balls, and please pick up the pace.