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Tweed Daily News - - NEWS | OPINION -

RE: Your re­sponse to our story (TDN Oc­to­ber 6) about the on­go­ing frus­tra­tion about day­light sav­ing and whether both sides of the bor­der should re­main in the same time zone.

Yes please, we live on the bor­der. — Ur­sula Keese

It’s point­less get­ting up­set about. It’s part of liv­ing in this beau­ti­ful part of the state. It’s worse for our Qld peo­ple. I’m choos­ing to en­joy it. — Linda Munro

Yes, like they are for the rest of the year. You know when there’s no day­light sav­ings. — Chris Davis

I live in NSW and work in Qld, school pick-up is NSW, ap­point­ments in Qld. I hate the time dif­fer­ence, they both need to be on the same time. — Brooke Lafaitele

Yes love day­light sav­ing, I don’t know why it can’t be one time day­light sav­ing time. — Mar­garet Prince

Day­light sav­ings isn’t needed on the Gold Coast. If the Tweed want the same time zone, stay the same as Qld. Or just learn to add or take off an hour. It’s not that hard. — Tr­ish Kane

What’s an hour? Can’t peo­ple just add or delete? You start work at nine in Qld, add an hour, you start at 10 so easy. — Chris­tine Anne Davis

Def­i­nitely, yes one way or the other. — June Hard­ing

It’s good when you cross from Tweed to Qld when you are get­ting a plane from the air­port. I en­joy the Queens­lan­ders who get con­fused while in Tweed City as some don’t think they have crossed the bor­der or what time the shop shuts. — Brad Beadel

We live in NSW but right on the bor­der so choose to stay on Qld time. It works for us. — Kate Cuth­bert­son

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