DR ROGER BURGESS

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - - NEWS YOUR GOLD COAST -

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.

LOIS MCCUL­LOCH

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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