Items filtered by date: July 2019
NOW the excitement of the federal election is over, and worried taxpayers can relax in the certainty that their pockets won’t be pillaged, and that indeed most of them will get a financial boost from the latest changes, may I make a plea?
MY husband suffered severe chest pains in the middle of the night recently, so I called the SA Ambulance Service whose officers took him to hospital — after commenting on the poor condition of the road.
ALTHOUGH the current Mining Bill has taken its first step of passage through parliament, there is still much to play out.
HUGH Bayly (YPCT Your View 16-7-19), I think you need to get all the facts on recreational fishers and commercial fishers.
REX Minerals is clearly in damage control following the Hon. Tom Koutsantonis’s public scathing assessment of the company.
THANKS to Yorke Peninsula Council for its quick response to a request I made regarding the state of the road damage out the front of our property.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Barunga West Council for backflipping on the roadside gathering of wood, putting their ratepayers before termites and giving back a basic human right for humans to heat and cook for themselves.
WOW, Remember the Maine (YPCT Your View 16-7-19) certainly shows off the writer’s literary and vocabulary skills for all to see, I had to read it a number of times with the use of a dictionary (and slide rule) but I eventually got the gist of it.
I AGREE wholeheartedly with the Hon. Tom Koutsantonis’s comments about Rex Minerals (Rex Minerals comments YPCT, 16-7-19). I, too, “have no love for Rex Minerals”.