DR ROGER BURGESS
accommodation given, it’s a nobrainer ... unless you are just an economic refugee who will not be satisfied unless you get to live in Australia.
JOHN MCGEORGE, NERANG
IS there any reason why we don’t see shark fillets in shops now? I gave my growing family shark years ago. Why don’t the fishermen today catch sharks for family dinner tables?
No bones and quite delicious. Plus it was quite cheap to buy.
I DRAW readers’ attention to a very dangerous situation that exists at the junction of Smith St and Napper Rd adjacent to the Parkwood light rail station.
There is a red arrow indicating when you have to stop turning left from Smith St into Napper Rd.
However, there is no green arrow to indicate when to start up again to proceed further into Napper Rd. Consequently, people do not know when to move on and impatient motorists start blowing their horns behind you.
When you do move on, you find that you are turning into traffic turning right from Smith St into Napper Rd. Those of us who use the road regularly, are aware that after crossing the tram lines, the left lane soon disappears. There has already been a couple of minor accidents and close calls, but a very serious collision will occur unless there are clear indicators.
GRAHAM COGZELL, ARUNDEL
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