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THIS week on The Western Star Face­book page, we shared a story about the act of van­dal­ism on the Zonta Club of Roma signs. Here’s what you had to say: ASH­LEY JANE:

Ev­ery year the Zonta signs are ru­ined.


This will al­low us to send a pos­i­tive mes­sage once again. It is only a mind­less mi­nor­ity re­spon­si­ble for such stu­pid­ity, Zonta says no to vi­o­lence. AN­DREW THOMAS

Go Christina Wal­dron ... you’re a cham­pion. LINDA SPACKMAN

I was just wait­ing for it to hap­pen again. Peo­ple have no re­spect for other peo­ple’s be­long­ings any more.


May need to put up a dis­creet cam­era in the area. That would iden­tify the cul­prits. BAR­BARA SPURRIER

Not con­don­ing the dam­age but maybe it could read Say No to Vi­o­lence for Ev­ery­one in­stead of alien­at­ing half the pop­u­la­tion?


I doubt it would be any­thing against your club or women. My guess is just id­iots do­ing their usual.

This week we also shared a story about five Roma State Col­lege stu­dents who trav­elled to Bris­bane to com­pete in the Won­der of Sci­ence com­pe­ti­tion. Here’s what you had to say: JANET ROWLINGS Con­grat­u­la­tions to all the chil­dren who par­tic­i­pated! Our school did ex­tremely well to have two teams in the state fi­nals and one team come out as State cham­pi­ons. Thank you par­tic­u­larly to Mrs Jo Rick­ert for her sup­port of the stu­dents. Very, very proud par­ent!


Well done to the grade five team who also qual­i­fied and com­peted in Bris­bane. Whilst they did not place they also rep­re­sented our school well and par­tic­i­pated in this amaz­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

All seven stu­dents from RSC who at­tended the Won­der of Sci­ence State Fi­nal should be proud of their ef­forts.


Awe­some work team!

GIGI ROBERT­SON Con­grat­u­la­tions.

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