Stanthorpe Border Post - - NEWS / YOUR SAY -

He may be the man whose arm will need the most twist­ing when it comes to de-amal­ga­ma­tion, but Queensland’s Lo­cal Govern­ment Min­is­ter has re­mained coy on the mat­ter. HE bet­ter come to the rally on the 29th. — Ian Sch­midt

BET he’d feel dif­fer­ently if he lived here. — Nathan Parks

CLEARLY an­other bu­reau­crat in touch with the vot­ers. Just an­other politi­cian more wor­ried about tow­ing the party lines in­stead of rep­re­sent­ing the peo­ple. — Bob Da­ley

WALKED out of the chemist shop, and a bunch of peo­ple in Frommes Lane. Ster­ling Hinch­cliffe, mayor and coun­cil­lors. Found Mr Hinch­cliffe ap­proach­able and will­ing to talk with me, dressed in my dirty gar­den­ing clothes. They spent the af­ter­noon in town field­ing any ques­tions asked. No men­tion re the d word. No one asked, no one wanted to know, no one aired any griev­ances what so ever. — Ge­of­frey Pit­tard

IS he the one who changed the act for 24 hours to sack Fraser coast mayor? — Donna Ce­cil

SO, why didn’t SDRC let peo­ple know the min­is­ter would be com­ing to town? — Mar­ion Car­rick

HE is not the big­gest fish in the po­lit­i­cal pond there are oth­ers above him that make the de­ci­sion. — Alan Colyer

THE Com­mu­nity we’ve got the Power — Sam Gi­acca

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