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I HAVE some questions for samesex marriage advocates.
You conned the Greens and ALP to reject a referendum on amending the Marriage Act in the Federal Parliament.
You then financed a presentation to the High Court to knock out the postal opinion. Why?
I believe you, the Greens and ALP, know most caring people will vote “No”. Thereby, defeating your social engineering utopian plans.
Are you so scared that you attack those who care about what is natural and the family values that you use social media to create fear and distrust among others? ROBERT S. BUICK MM JP, MOUNTAIN CREEK THE North Korean problem has been festering for years and then president Obama sat on his hands, now people blame Trump.
All experts tell Trump it’s his fault but not one comes up with a solution. China will not do anything to hurt North Korea which almost makes it impossible for a peaceful ending. ROD ASHMORE
AS A league supporter for over 50 years I’m trying to decide if I should stop attending matches and following league in any form.
In the Roosters vs Titans game last weekend, most supporters agree the Roosters should have been down to 12 men.
I was appalled at the poor refereeing by both refs. I am convinced the refereeing standards are the reason for the alarming drop-off in attendances to games.
People are sick of attending matches only to see in a lot of cases the better team lost. The shroud of secrecy surrounding certain referees must be lifted.
If an official complaint is lodged by a club concerning a referee’s performance it should be released to the media along with the league’s answers to the complaints.
If this was implemented it would eradicate the cloak and dagger situation and put a lot of fans’ minds at rest. EDDIE CAREY, UPPER COOMERA
GOLD Coast could learn a lot from Island of Maui, Hawaii, population 100,000 but with increased population of tourists all year around.
Supermarkets don’t use plastic bags but large sturdy brown paper bags with handles;
Environment and nature preservation is highly respected. Turtles are protected and are visible in normal swimming beaches near the shore. Having an unexpected swim with a huge turtle in a public beach is a treasured memory.
Groups of volunteers keep beaches and surrounding flora healthy. Great to see a grandpa and grandson doing this together.
Pedestrians have right of way and that law is well respected – no impatient drivers or hoons. You feel safe. No 70km/h in built up areas – 45km/h is it. Low noise levels and no aggression visible.
Pedestrian crossings have flashing lights when button pressed, so drivers are well aware of the people crossing.
The Gold Coast is wonderful but we can improve it. DENISE DAVIDSON, SURFERS PARADISE