Clear as daylight
I had a laugh when I read that daylight saving was causing the drought (“Blame daylight saving”, Letters, 15/9).
Is it that clear that we are manipulating the clock, not daylight hours? Daylight saving saves money on energy and allows people to be productive much later into the day and not at 4.30am, when most of us are still asleep.
Also, there is still a significant drought in Queensland.
Helen Walker, Vincentia